Monthly Archives: November 2018

Rams-Lions Preview Capsule « Detroit News Watch

LOS ANGELES RAMS (10-1) at DETROIT (4-7) Sunday, 1 p.m. OPENING LINE — Rams by 6 RECORD VS. SPREAD — Rams 4-5-2, Lions 6-5 SERIES RECORD — Rams lead 43-41-2 LAST MEETING — Lions beat Rams 31-28, Oct. 16, 2016 LAST WEEK — Rams had bye, beat Chiefs 54-51 on Nov. 19; Lions lost to Bears 23-16 AP PRO32 RANKING ...

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Radio Station Pulls ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ After Complaints Following #MeToo Movement « Detroit News Watch

CLEVELAND, Ohio (KDKA/CBS Local) — A Cleveland radio station says it has stopped playing the classic holiday song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” because of the #MeToo movement. Star 102.1 posted on their website that listeners complained that the song’s lyrics are inappropriate so the station says they made a decision to stop playing the song. Radio host Glenn Anderson wrote ...

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Coding the Future and GM’s Downsizing « Detroit News Watch

Southfield (Detroit News Watch) – As Grand Circus Detroit celebrates its sixth year of helping people learn computer coding, the need for such skills is greater than ever as people look to retool their careers following more layoffs in the Motor City. Damien Rocchi, CEO of Grand Circus Detroit, with Michigan Matters Host Carol Cain (Credit: Meggan Jacobs, CBS 62 Writer/Producer) ...

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Seattle May Not Be End Of NHL Expansion « Detroit News Watch

The NHL will soon have 32 teams if Seattle is approved as expected next week. An even balance between conferences. A cross-border rival for the Vancouver Canucks in the Pacific Northwest. (Photo credit should read OMAR TORRES/AFP/Getty Images) Surely the league is done growing for a while? Maybe not. Two and a half years after voting to add a team ...

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Repeat Outbreaks Pressure Produce Industry To Step Up Safety « Detroit News Watch

NEW YORK (AP) — After repeated food poisoning outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce, the produce industry is confronting the failure of its own safety measures in preventing contamination. The E. coli outbreak announced just before Thanksgiving follows one in the spring that sickened more than 200 people and killed five, and another last year that sickened 25 and killed one. ...

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