Daily Archives: October 7, 2019

73-Year-Old Man Charged In Arson That Hurt 5 Detroit Firefighters – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (Detroit News Watch/ AP) — The Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office says a 73-year-old man has been charged in connection with an intentionally set blaze in a vacant house leaving five Detroit firefighters injured last week. The firefighters were in the burning home when part of it collapsed on the city’s southwest side. Henry Vanreyendam is jailed after being arraigned ...

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Defense Rules As Wolverines Beat Iowa 10-3 – Detroit News Watch

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Leaning on a sack-making, turnover-producing defense, No. 19 Michigan earned a desperately needed win. Zach Charbonnet ran for a 2-yard touchdown to give the Wolverines an early double-digit lead and their defense did the rest in a 10-3 win over No. 14 Iowa, forcing four turnovers and tallying eight sacks Saturday. “A defensive masterpiece,” coach ...

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Raina Baker – Detroit News Watch

Detroit, MI  (Detroit News Watch)  – In this first of three installments, Lisa Germani sits down with Raina Baker, Program Manager at the Motown Museum, who talks about the 60-year history of Motown and the Motown Museum’s future development plans. (Credit: Paul Pytlowany/ Detroit News Watch) “There is no one set definition for what Motown represents. If you ask a ...

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Antidepressants Are Linked To A Higher Gestational Diabetes Risk – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Taking antidepressants while pregnant may be associated with an increased risk of gestational diabetes, a new study suggests. It turned out that the increased risk appeared to be greatest for the two antidepressant drugs venlafaxine and amitriptyline, according to the study published in the journal BMJ Open on Tuesday. The study suggests a correlation but not causation. “This study gives another ...

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People Are Now Texting Nearly As Fast As They Type – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Typing speeds on mobile devices are approaching those on physical keyboards, a new study shows. Researchers from Finland’s Aalto University, the University of Cambridge in the UK and Switzerland’s ETH Zürich found that people type about 70% as fast on mobile devices as on QWERTY keyboards. The study looked at speed and accuracy data from a typing test taken by 37,000 ...

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