Daily Archives: June 7, 2019

Anti-Abortion Protesters Forcibly Removed From Flint Women’s Center – Detroit News Watch

FLINT (Detroit News Watch/CNN) — A pro-life protest inside a Flint abortion clinic Friday morning ended with multiple police agencies arresting four people. Some of the protesters were physically dragged out of the Women’s Center in Flint — and that was their plan. The group, Citizens for a Pro-Life Society based in South Lyon, showed up to talk to women ...

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Touring the Governor’s Summer Residence with Gov. Whitmer – Detroit News Watch

Southfield (Detroit News Watch) – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer took time out during the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference to open doors to the Governor’s Summer Residence for an exclusive tour as the CBS 62 MICHIGAN MATTERS crew captured it for viewers. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, with Michigan Matters Host Carol Cain on a Tour of the Governor’s Summer Residence on ...

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Facts And Figures For 2019 US Open – Detroit News Watch

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — 119th U.S. Open golf championship by the numbers. Dates: June 13-16. Site: Pebble Beach Golf Links.     PEBBLE BEACH, CALIFORNIA – FEBRUARY 11: Paul Casey of England plays his second shot on the 18th hole during the continuation of the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am at Pebble Beach Golf Links on ...

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Detroit Among Worst For Infestations – Detroit News Watch

MICHIGAN (the Patch) — Some of the top destinations for summer vacations are included on the list of the 50 most bed bug-infested cities in 2019 released Monday at the start Bed Bug Awareness Week. Detroit ranked 15th on the list put together by Terminix and ServiceMasters, which wage war on the blood-sucking creatures with products and services. Grand Rapids ...

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Rays Blank Tigers 4-0 – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — Charlie Morton describes himself as a pessimist — even after 20 consecutive starts without a loss. “It’s never hard for me to be pessimistic,” Morton said. “I just know how it can turn sour quick.”         At some point, another team will probably beat Morton, but not Wednesday night, when the Tampa Bay right-hander ...

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FAFSA Deadline Is Approaching, What That Means For Metro Detroit – Detroit News Watch

MICHIGAN (the Patch) — The June 30 deadline for students to apply for 2018-19 federal financial aid is rapidly approaching. But students across the country who’ve put off filing for this long aren’t only bumping up against the federal deadline, they’re probably already too late to get help with school expenses from states and colleges. Each year, June 30 is ...

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