Daily Archives: June 5, 2019

Michigan Lottery Results For 6/4/19 – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) – These Michigan lotteries were drawn Tuesday: Poker Lotto AC-6C-10C-6D-8S Midday Daily 3 5-8-0 Midday Daily 4 0-1-4-9 Daily 3 4-7-3 Daily 4 8-8-8-1 Fantasy 5 07-29-30-31-36 Estimated jackpot: $221,000 Keno 03-04-11-12-15-20-26-31-33-36-46-50-52-55-58-60-65-66-67-69-70-79 Mega Millions 25-37-46-48-68, Mega Ball: 25, Megaplier: 2 Estimated jackpot: $475 million Powerball Estimated jackpot: $40 million © 2019 Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material ...

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Getting To Know New Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren – Detroit News Watch

ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) — Kevin Warren keeps a picture in his office of Curt Flood. There’s another of Jackie Robinson, one of Texas Western’s barrier-bulldozing 1966 NCAA championship basketball team and Dr. Martin Luther King’s letter from “Letter from Birmingham Jail.”     1986: Former Cardinal Player Curt Flood ’58-’69, looks on during the 1986 season. (Photo by: Stephen Dunn/Getty ...

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Michigan Offers $1M In Grants For Wildlife Habitat Projects – Detroit News Watch

LANSING (AP) — The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering grants to local and tribal governments, nonprofit groups and others interested in improving dwelling places for wildlife. About $1 million is available this year under the Wildlife Habitat Grant Program. Each grant will be worth at least $15,000. The recipient must match 10% of the state funding. The program ...

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Expect a return of light rainfall in Detroit – Detroit News Watch

Detroit will see a return of last week’s light rainfall today and tomorrow, according to drone-powered weather forecasting service Saildrone. Tomorrow’s forecast shows the highest possibility of rain at 92 percent, with predicted rainfall of 0.24 inches. (Credit: Saildrone/ Hoodline) The next few days will also see warm temperatures, expected to last through Monday. Temperatures will reach a high of ...

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Innovative test facilities advance mobility safety

The American Center for Mobility (ACM) was created to advance the safety and intelligence of connected and autonomous vehicles, says Sean Kelley, senior vice president at The Mannik & Smith Group, one of several companies involved in the development of the vehicle testing site. Adjacent to the historic Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, the 500-acre property was purpose-built specifically for ...

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