Daily Archives: April 15, 2019

Strong industry support makes Michigan “easy choice” for Trillium Secure

Founded in Japan and headquartered in Silicon Valley, automotive cybersecurity firm Trillium Secure had options the world over when seeking the future location for its research and development lab. Based on its knowledge of access to high quality talent, Trillium knew it wanted to locate its R&D division within the Midwest, and the company weighed options in Michigan, Ohio, and ...

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Future technologies at the core of Michigan is Automobility report

Every 18 months MICHauto, a key initiative of the Detroit Regional Chamber focused on promoting, retaining and growing the automotive and mobility industry – produces a “Michigan is Automobility,” report. The report illustrates the “impact and reach of the state in the auto industry,” says director for MICHauto, Katelyn Davis. The latest report was released March 26. The state’s mobility ...

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NASCAR’s New Rules Package Has Second Stop At A Short track – Detroit News Watch

NASCAR’s second stop at a short track this season is yet another race that’s impossible to predict. There’s a new rules package, a traction strip around Bristol Motor Speedway and the general crankiness that short-track racing tends to produce. Moods were mixed following Saturday’s final practice and defending race winner Kyle Busch was less than pleased with how conditions are ...

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Wayne County Prosecutor To Review 2015 Fatal Shooting By ICE Agent – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — Authorities are taking another look at the fatal shooting of an armed robbery suspect by a U.S. customs agent in Detroit. The Wayne County prosecutor’s office says it is reviewing new information to “determine if it would in any way affect” a previous decision in the 2015 death of 20-year-old Terrance Kellom. Police have said Kellom was ...

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Man Admits To Taking Bribes For Tips On Detroit Demolition Work – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — Federal prosecutors have their first guilty plea in an investigation of corruption in Detroit’s home demolition program. Anthony DaGuanno says he rigged bids for a subcontractor in exchange for more than $372,000. The New Baltimore man was working for Adamo Group, a demolition contractor. Detroit has been spending millions of dollars in federal money to eliminate thousands ...

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Detroit Champions Day Honored at Detroit Historic Museum Thursday – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (Detroit News Watch/ AP) — The Detroit Historic Museum is planning to honor a holiday first by former Michigan Governor, Frank Fitzgerald back on April 18, 1936 “Detroit Champions’ Day. The day was created to honor the championships earned by all the city’s professional sports teams around the time. The Museum plans to mark the day on Thursday. Evening ...

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