Daily Archives: August 3, 2019

Here’s Who Qualifies For The Third Democratic Debate – Detroit News Watch

  (CNN) — With the second debate wrapped up, the third Democratic debate will happen during the second week of September. The candidates are still working to qualify and have another month to reach the polling threshold and grassroots fundraising thresholds as laid out by the Democratic National Committee. Eight candidates have qualified for the debates in September: 10 candidates on the fundraising ...

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Don’t Touch Any Pig Ear Treats Or Feed Them To Your Dog, The FDA And CDC Say – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Dog owners, if you’ve been waiting to give up your pet’s pig ears, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises that now is the time. A warning about a multistate salmonella outbreak tied to the treats has been updated to include all pig ear products. “A total of 127 people infected with the outbreak strains of Salmonella have been ...

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Michigan Vehicle Crash Kills 4 And Injures 2 – Detroit News Watch

BUCHANAN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Four people have been killed and two others injured when a motorist ran a stop sign and smashed into another vehicle in southwestern Michigan’s Berrien County. WNDU-TV reports that four people in the second vehicle died in the noon Friday crash in Buchanan Township, just north of the state line with Indiana. Two people in the vehicle ...

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Stream The Wyndham Championship – Detroit News Watch

Americans Are Buying More Expensive Cars, GM Reports SayThe US economy is strong, and Americans are splurging on their trucks. That’s great news for General Motors, which reported strong second-quarter earnings Thursday, boosted by higher pickup truck prices. Nissan To Fix Suspensions On About 200K Altima Midsize CarsNearly 200,000 Altima midsize cars will be fixed by Nissan because a suspension ...

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Joshua Trees May Become Extinct Due To Climate Change – Detroit News Watch

  (CNN) — Can you imagine a world without Joshua trees? A study says that could be the new reality, thanks to climate change. The June study by University of California-Riverside scientists blames severe drought due to climate change for the possible extinction of these hearty American desert trees. Dr. Cameron Barrows, associate researcher and ecologist at UC Riverside’s Center for Conservation Biology, told CNN ...

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