Daily Archives: October 9, 2019

2 New Rabies Cases In Oakland County – Detroit News Watch

(Detroit News Watch) – Two new rabies cases in skunks have been removed from Southfield and Farmington Hills. Oakland County Health Division confirmed the cases and that rabies has been verified in four bats and eight skunks in Oakland County. Officials say, if a wild animal is found behaving strangely, call local animal control for assistance. More information about rabies ...

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Wings Drop First Of Season To Ducks 3-0 – Detroit News Watch

DETROIT (AP) — The Anaheim Ducks have ridden a hot goaltender to the franchise’s third 3-0 start.   DETROIT, MICHIGAN – OCTOBER 08: John Gibson #36 of the Anaheim Ducks celebrates a 3-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena on October 08, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan. Anaheim won the game 3-1. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) ...

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Dick’s Has Destroyed $5 Million Worth Of Weapons, Its CEO Says – Detroit News Watch

 (CNN) — Dick’s Sporting Goods has destroyed $5 million of the chain’s gun inventory, its CEO said. After finding out that Dick’s had sold the Parkland shooter a shotgun, CEO Edward Stack decided last year the company would no longer sell firearm to anyone under 21. Dick’s announced it would destroy its inventory of weapons, rather than allow them to be ...

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Harbaugh insists Offense Very Close To Hitting Its Stride – Detroit News Watch

Jim Harbaugh insists Michigan is hitting its stride on offense, apparently seeing what observers outside the program are missing. The Wolverines were held scoreless for the final three-quarters of a 10-3 win over then-No. 14 Iowa and appeared to affirm doubts they can have success with the ball against quality opponents. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN – OCTOBER 05: Mike Sainristil #19 ...

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Kroger Will Stop Selling E-Cigarettes – Detroit News Watch

(CNN) — Kroger is becoming the latest major retailer to stop selling e-cigarettes amid public concern over vaping-related illnesses and deaths. The announcement, which Kroger made on Monday, came just weeks after Walmart made a similar announcement, citing regulatory uncertainty. CBS, Viacom and CNN parent company WarnerMedia also announced in September they would prohibit e-cigarette advertisements on their networks. “Kroger is ...

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