Daily Archives: April 16, 2019

Clayton Kershaw Returns For Dodgers – Detroit News Watch

By Norm Elrod (CBS Los Angeles/CBS Local) — As the 2019 MLB season continues, the expectation is that teams and players will settle into their predicted roles. That has and hasn’t happened. A quick glance at the standings reveals a jumble that has yet to really sort itself out. The same goes for the league’s stat leaders, as players heal ...

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1 Arrested After 2 Shot In Northern Michigan – Detroit News Watch

GRANT TOWNSHIP (AP) — Authorities say a suspect has been arrested after two people were shot in Michigan’s northwestern Lower Peninsula. The Mason County sheriff’s office posted on Facebook that a stretch of U.S. highway 31 on the border between Free Soil and Grant townships was closed Tuesday morning due to an “active shooter situation,” but later posted that the ...

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Lions Resign Charles Washington – Detroit News Watch

The Detroit Lions have signed safety Charles Washington. Detroit made the move Saturday, retaining a key player on special teams. DETROIT, MI – SEPTEMBER 01: Nick O’Leary #84 of the Buffalo Bills takes the hit by Charles Washington #45 of the Detroit Lions during the fourth quarter of the preseason game at Ford Field on September 1, 2016 in Detroit, ...

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Michigan Measles Outbreak Linked To Outbreak In New York – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Michigan health officials confirmed the measles outbreak in Oakland County is linked to the ongoing outbreak in New York. Lynn Sutfin, public information officer for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, told CNN that a male individual from New York traveled to Southeast Michigan by vehicle. “He was unknowingly contagious with the measles during his visit ...

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Detroit To See More Light Rainfall This Week – Detroit News Watch

Detroit will see a return of light rainfall over the next few days, according to drone-powered weather forecasting service Saildrone. Friday should see the most rain, with a predicted accumulation of 0.50 inches. (Credit: Unsplash) The immediate forecast also has cooler temperatures in store for today. Temperatures will make way for warmer weather on Thursday, with a high of 71 ...

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How Buffalo Soldiers are making a difference at Detroit’s Rouge Park

First Sergeant James Mills of the Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Association (BSHA) believes in the power of keeping history alive. “We represent the past,” he says, sitting in the wood-paneled office of a century-old Detroit barn that serves as the BSHA headquarters. “History has shorted us as African Americans.” Together with other members of his organization, Sgt. Mills works to reclaim ...

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