Daily Archives: April 4, 2019

What Team Will Win It All? – Detroit News Watch

By Norm Elrod (CBS Minnesota/CBS Local) — The NCAA Tournament played out much as expected that first weekend. The East and West regions each saw their top four teams emerge unscathed. The South and Midwest regions each advanced three of their four top seeds. Then came the Sweet 16, and things got a little crazy. Perennial Final Four contender Duke ...

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Authorities have identified a man found dead inside a vehicle submerged under water in a south western Michigan lake. – Detroit News Watch

LAWTON (AP) — Authorities have identified a man found dead inside a vehicle submerged under water in a south western Michigan lake. The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday identified the man as 59-year-old John Salvatore Catalino of Lawton. Sheriff Daniel Abbott says deputies responded to Clear Lake on Tuesday afternoon after receiving reports of a fully submerged vehicle ...

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Michigan’s Top Court Rejects Appeal Of Nassar Sentence

CHARLOTTE (AP) — The Michigan Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by sports doctor Larry Nassar, which means a 40-year prison sentence for assaulting gymnasts will stand. Nassar is under two identical sentences from judges in two Michigan counties. The Supreme Court’s brief order covers the sentence for molesting gymnasts at an Eaton County gym, near Lansing. The court declined ...

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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed a bill to define who is allowed to serve eviction orders in the state. – Detroit News Watch

LANSING (AP) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has signed a bill to define who is allowed to serve eviction orders in the state. The bill signed Wednesday establishes which officials can be ordered by a court to evict a tenant, including court officers, bailiffs and local law enforcement officers. Whitmer says in a statement that the bill “provides needed clarity ...

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Virginia-Auburn An ‘Interesting Contrast Of Styles’ Says Grant Hill And Bill Raftery – Detroit News Watch

(CBS Minnesota/CBS Local)- After two frenetic weekends of tournament action, we are closing in on the waning moments of the NCAA Tournament. The Final Four tips off this Saturday, when Virginia battles Auburn and Michigan State meets Texas Tech at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Cavaliers and Tigers will take the floor first on CBS, with tip time ...

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The Ghoul, ’70’s Detroit TV Legend Has Passed Away – Detroit News Watch

Southfield (Detroit News Watch) – Detroit Legend, Ron Sweed, aka, “The Ghoul” passed away on Monday at the age of 70. (Credit: WKBD-TV Archive) According to his ex-wife, he recently suffered a heart attack back in November and never recovered. “The Ghoul” starting off in Cleveland on WKBF-TV in 1971, and later Kaiser Broadcasting syndicated his show to Detroit, Chicago, ...

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