Daily Archives: January 3, 2019

Flames hand Red Wings 6th straight loss « Detroit News Watch

Gaudreau had a goal and three assists, and the Calgary Flames rallied for a 5-3 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday night. Earlier in the day, Gaudreau was named the NHL’s second star for the month of December — and he was part of the Pacific Division All-Star roster, which was also released Wednesday. DETROIT, MICHIGAN – JANUARY ...

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Mark Reuss Named General Motors President « Detroit News Watch

(DETROIT) General Motors today announced the appointment of Mark Reuss as company president, effective immediately. Reuss currently leads the Global Product Group and Cadillac and will now assume responsibility for the Quality organization. “Mark’s global operational experience, deep product knowledge and strong leadership will serve us well as we continue to strengthen our current business, take advantage of growth opportunities and ...

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City Of Warren Spending $125K Battling Rats Fleeing I-696 Construction « Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) In an effort to keep rats out of neighborhoods when I-696 reopens next week, Warren Mayor, Jim Fouts is spending $125K to trap the rodents. “If we didn’t have this baiting program, the rats would be in our neighborhoods,” Fouts said in a news release Wednesday. The containment program began last April and will continue until all ...

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Can Elliott Run On Seahawks? « Detroit News Watch

By Steve Silverman (CBS DFW/CBS Local) — It’s playoff time in the NFL, so only the League’s top teams will be in action going forward. But wildcard week finds the top two teams in the AFC and NFC — the Chiefs, Patriots, Saints and Rams — with a bye. So Patrick Mahomes, Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Todd Gurley will ...

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Whitmer Directs State Employees To Report Health Threats « Detroit News Watch

LANSING (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is directing state employees to immediately report all “imminent” threats to public health, safety or welfare higher up the chain. The Democrat issued her first executive directive Wednesday, a day after taking office. She was joined by employees of the state Department of Environmental Quality, which came under fire for its role in Flint’s ...

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