Daily Archives: July 5, 2018

Nassar, Trainer Charged With Sex Assault, Karolyis Cleared « Detroit News Watch

DALLAS (AP) — Texas prosecutors on Friday filed sexual assault charges against Larry Nassar and a trainer who worked at his side, expanding the worst abuse scandal in U.S. sports history beyond Michigan while also clearing world-renowned gymnastics coaches Bela and Martha Karolyi whose ranch served as a training site for Olympians. Nassar, a former sports doctor, was charged with ...

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‘Manicured, Tasteful’ Ann Arbor Restaurant’s French Cuisine Pleases Metro Times  –  Deadline Detroit

Standard Bistro & Larder on Jackson Road in Ann Arbor, which opened in April, gets heaps of praise from Metro Times’ Tom Perkins: There’s really not much in southeast Michigan’s suddenly exciting dining scene like the Standard Bistro and Larder, chef Alex Young’s new French restaurant. For all the flavors that you couldn’t find here ...

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A Novi Builder’s $108 Million of Faith in Detroit Housing –  Deadline Detroit

Talk about faith in Detroit’s future, catch this: A 12-story tower with 374 residences is coming to the Lafayette Park neighborhood on downtown’s eastern edge. The project, Lafayette West, will have lofts, townhouses, flats and apartments for rent and sale. At least 75 of the rental units will have “affordable rents” for moderate-income tenants, the city announces. ...

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Man Stabs 9 People At Toddler’s Birthday Party « Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Timmy Kinner wanted revenge for being kicked out of an Idaho apartment complex, police say. So Kinner attacked a 3-year-old’s birthday party at the complex, which houses refugees, and stabbed nine people, including six children, Boise Police Chief William Bones said Sunday. Kinner has been charged with nine counts of aggravated battery and six counts of injury to ...

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Rabid-Bat Confirmations Are Way Up in Michigan. Have a Wonderful Holiday. –  Deadline Detroit

They’re coming for you. (Just kidding, PSYCH.) As though heatstroke, sunburn, Lyme disease, mosquitos and fireworks burns aren’t enough to worry about this holiday, we have another for the list: Rabid bats. The Free Press reports that rabid-bat confirmations are two-and-a-half-times higher this year than last. Most were found in Lansing and METRO DETROIT (Please think ...

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