Daily Archives: August 11, 2018

Michael Moore’s ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ Will Open Toronto Film Festival –  Deadline Detroit

Michael Moore’s latest documentary, “Fahrenheit 11/9,” premieres Sept. 6 on opening night of the Toronto International Film Festival.  “This is the second time we’ve been picked for opening night at North America’s biggest and most prestigious festival! This is an incredible honor, ” the Michigan filmmaker Moore emals to fans. The public debut is Sept. ...

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Michigan Man Accused In Child’s Neglect Death Says Charges Unfair « Detroit News Watch

GRAND RAPIDS (AP) — A Michigan man charged in the neglect death of his 10-month-old baby says he shouldn’t have been charged and that seeking medical help is “just as dangerous as not going.” Seth Welch and Tatiana Fusari were charged Monday with felony murder and first-degree child abuse after their daughter, Mary, was found unresponsive in their Solon Township ...

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Dearborn Heights Senator Defeated By Unknown Candidate Who Didn’t Spend A Penny « Detroit News Watch

DEARBORN HEIGHTS (AP) — A candidate who didn’t spend a penny has defeated a state senator in suburban Detroit. Betty Jean Alexander defeated Sen. David Knezek of Dearborn Heights in the Democratic primary election Tuesday. She’ll face Republican DeShawn Wilkins in the fall. The 5th District includes parts of Detroit, Dearborn Heights, Garden City, Inkster and Redford Township. RELATED: Michigan ...

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The East Is Loaded… Again « Detroit News Watch

Ryan Mayer The conversation surrounding the Big Ten as a whole the past few years has been whether it has passed the SEC as the nation’s premier conference. The East Division is stacked, with its top four teams expected to win at least nine games by the Vegas oddsmakers, and the West features a strong Wisconsin team, solid Iowa squad ...

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