Daily Archives: July 27, 2019

Want To Delete FaceApp? It Won’t Be Easy To Get Your Data Back – Detroit News Watch

  (CNN) — Last week, photo-editing app FaceApp went viral as people flocked to its aging feature. Faux-elderly photos of celebrities spread on social media, and it became the top free app in Apple’s App Store. But privacy concerns quickly grew around the app’s terms of service. Anyone who agreed to the terms gave FaceApp access to their photos, name and likeness. A ...

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What You Need To Know – Detroit News Watch

MICHIGAN (the Patch) — Carbon monoxide safety is a hot topic in Michigan right now. The state’s MI Prevention community risk reduction program has provided 1,000 carbon monoxide (CO) detectors for an installation blitz going on now in the city of Detroit — through early August. Families are urged to protect themselves from CO, a silent killer. “It is encouraging ...

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‘Always Make Your Bed’ Author Awards Scholarship To 3 Detroit Students – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – Three Detroit Public Schools graduating seniors were awarded with a scholarship from Danielle Hughes –native Detroiter and author — at her book signing Thursday. Zariah Bridges, Kayla Tate and Edward Brown were donated $500 in honor of Hughes’ late grandfather David Jackson Jr. Bridges and Tate will attend the University of Michigan, and Brown will head ...

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Michigan Judge Denies Challenge To New Lead Rules Following Flint Water Crisis – Detroit News Watch

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan judge has rejected a legal challenge to the state’s new rules governing lead in drinking water that were implemented after the Flint crisis. Court of Claims Judge Christopher Murray ruled Friday in favor of Michigan’s environmental department, which set the tougher regulations last year. The lawsuit was brought by Detroit-area municipalities and water utilities ...

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38-Year Old Man Goes Missing In Lake Michigan, Search Crews Are Looking – Detroit News Watch

LUDINGTON, Mich. (AP) — A 38-year-old man is missing after he, his wife and their two children were swept into Lake Michigan from the mouth of the Big Sable River in western Michigan. The Ludington Daily News reports that sheriff’s officials have identified the missing man as Brian Herrmann and that his family was rescued from the water Thursday afternoon at Ludington ...

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Stream The WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational – Detroit News Watch

38-Year Old Man Goes Missing In Lake Michigan, Search Crews Are LookingA 38-year-old man is missing after he, his wife and their two children were swept into Lake Michigan from the mouth of the Big Sable River in western Michigan. Michigan Judge Denies Challenge To New Lead Rules Following Flint Water CrisisA Michigan judge has rejected a legal challenge to ...

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How The DIA Enriches The Lives Of Local Senior Citizens – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (the Patch) — The Detroit Institute of Arts is making a special impact on the community’s senior population. Last year, nearly 7,000 metro Detroiters participated in exclusive programs for adults 55 and over at the Detroit Institute of Arts where they engaged with the community through art. “The DIA provides vital programs for seniors from across Southeast Michigan that ...

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