Monthly Archives: August 2019

2 People Shot At Bosco Lounge – Detroit News Watch

FERNDALE, Mich. (Detroit News Watch) – The Ferndale Police Department is investigating an early morning shooting at Bosco Lounge where two people were shot. It happened Thursday and police say there are two people in custody. “There’s no ongoing threat or danger to community,” police said in a statement. Investigating early-morning shooting @ Bosco Lounge. 2 people shot/injured, 2 individuals ...

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DTE and State Team Up on Inmate Training Program – Detroit News Watch

Southfield (Detroit News Watch) – DTE Energy is teaming up with the state of Michigan on an innovative vocational training program that will prepare qualified inmates about to be released with skills to become much needed tree trimmers and address a growing talent gap. Diane Antishin, Vice President of Human Resources at DTE, and Heidi Washington, Director of the Michigan Department ...

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Dante Pettis A Good WR Option? – Detroit News Watch

(CBS San Francisco/CBS Local Sports) — This is the last weekend before the NFL regular season starts, and the last weekend for fantasy football drafts. With recent news around the League, draft boards are changing, or at least they should be. As you prepare for your draft and the upcoming season, the CBS Sports HQ Fantasy Football Today crew is ...

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Breast Cancer Risk Linked To Hormone Therapy Can Persist For Years – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Certain hormone replacement therapies have long been tied to an increased risk of breast cancer. Now, new research suggests that in some cases, that risk can persist for more than a decade. The research, published in the journal The Lancet on Thursday, found that risks increased steadily the longer the hormone replacement therapy was used, and were greater for estrogen-progestogen hormone ...

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Severe Storms Spawn Tornado In Michigan, Hail, Flooding – Detroit News Watch

NEW LOTHROP, Mich. (Detroit News Watch/ AP) — At lease one tornado damaged some structures and knocked down trees during severe thunderstorms that moved across Michigan according to authorities. No injuries were reported. The National Weather Service says the tornado touched down Thursday night near the Shiawassee County community of New Lothrop. The storms also hit other parts of the ...

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‘I Know He’d Be Proud’ – Detroit News Watch

(CBSLA/CBS Local Sports) — Three months ago, “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry was sitting quietly at a table inside of a conference room in Las Vegas. In front of him were stacks of publicity photos and a few black Sharpies to sign them. As he scanned the room he saw many familiar faces, some were Hall of Fame wrestlers, others were ...

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How This Detroit Woman Seeks To Uplift, Connect Young Women Through ‘The Menternship’ – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – The Menternship isn’t your average internship experience. It’s a first of its kind focusing on personal and professional development founded by Detroit native, Alexis Wilson. At the age of 24, Wilson is a CEO, founder and social entrepreneur with a heart to serve. Her vision for The Menternship — which runs through Exalt management, a brand ...

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