Daily Archives: July 9, 2018

Swarm Of Bees Delays Minor League Baseball Game « Detroit News Watch

Ryan Mayer Professional baseball players are used to sitting through their fair share of delayed games during the course of the season. In most cases, those delays are due to weather related incidents. That wasn’t the case for Sunday’s Double-A contest between the Corpus Christi Hooks and Northwest Arkansas Naturals. Instead, the teams were forced to wait out an 85-minute ...

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Toddler Accidentally Shoots, Kills Himself After Finding Loaded Gun in House « Detroit News Watch

HOUSTON (AP) — Police in Houston say a 2-year-old boy is dead after he apparently found a loaded gun in his home and shot himself in the head. The shooting happened Sunday afternoon in northwest Houston. Police Capt. David Angelo says investigators are still piecing together what happened, but that they believe the boy found the unsecured gun, pointed it ...

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Separated Migrant Parents Sue US Immigration Officials For More Communication With Children « Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Three Central American parents are suing US immigration officials for more communication with their children who were separated from them after they crossed the US-Mexico border illegally. In a court filing Thursday, lawyers for the three parents alleged that immigration authorities are not ensuring ample communication between the parents and their young children. The children mentioned in the ...

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Baseless Attacks on Mueller Must Stop –  Deadline Detroit

Barb McQuade Former Detroit U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade, a President Obama appointee, has penned an opinion piece with former Alabama U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance, in The Hill publication titled: “Baseless attacks on Robert Mueller must end to protect our democracy.”  McQuade and Vance, who regularly appear as talking heads on MSNBC, write: The ...

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12 Boys Still Trapped; Ex-Navy Seal Dead « Detroit News Watch

Former Thai Navy Seal Diver Dies in Cave Attempting Rescue (CNN) — Pressure is mounting on Thai authorities to bring forward a rescue plan for 12 boys and their coach trapped deep inside a flooded cave in northern Thailand, after the death of a former navy diver and a drop in oxygen levels underground. Officials initially thought they could keep ...

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