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- Cities under snow emergencies
The following cities have declared a snow emergency. This means parking is restricted on city streets so they can be cleared.
- Highland Park School Board votes to reinstate emergency manager
The Highland Park School Board has decided to reinstate the school district’s state-appointed emergency manager.
- Metro Detroit kids use music, friendship bracelets to stop bullying
A group of kids and two businesses are using the power of friendship to …
- Shots fired during repossession in West Bloomfield Township
West Bloomfield Township police said two repo men are in trouble after shots ran out over a car they were supposed to be reclaiming.
- Ski hill managers, snow blower dealers gleeful over tonight's expected snowstorm
Snow blower dealers, ski and sled hill managers and others dependent on winter are anxiously awaiting between 4 and 8 inches of snow expected by tonight and Friday morning. The snow should begin …
- Council says Detroit's Erma Henderson Marina not closing yet
Detroit City Council assured boaters today that the city would not close the Erma Henderson …
- Deal close to keep Highland Park kids in class; payless payday still likely
A deal to keep Highland Park students in the classroom was near completion at the state Capitol on Thursday afternoon. Legislative leaders said they had reached an agreement on a way to keep the …
- Michigan researchers link bathtub refinishing deaths to dangerous chemical
Two Michigan State University researchers are warning workers and do-it-yourselfers not to use a heavy-duty chemical solvent when refinishing bathtubs.They have linked 13 deaths nationwide to a …
- Macomb County prosecutors to fight parole of man convicted of murder
Macomb County prosecutors plan to argue today why a Fraser man should not be paroled from prison on a second-degree murder conviction in a racially-charged fight in 1990 in which a Detroit man was killed.
- Jewish feminist writer E.M. Broner dies at 83
E.M. Broner, a pioneering Jewish feminist writer, and former professor at Wayne State University, has died in New York City. She was 83.
- Missing snake’s owner hopes Hudini stages reappearing act
Talk about living up to your name. Hudini, a 5-foot-long boa constrictor, was last seen June 6, napping in a slightly opened backpack on a 90-degree day at Addison Oaks County Park. Her owner, Wisconsin transplant Richard Baumgardt, fell asleep, and the next morning, Hudini was gone. Baumgardt said she most likely got hungry.
- On anniversary of Michigan’s 1st Amber Alert, mother reflects on daughter it saved
A mother’s nightmare began in 2003, when Carol Ryan discovered that her 14-year-old daughter had vanished from her bedroom in the family’s home in Jones, in southwestern Michigan.
- Preparing for Primary Tuesday
DETROIT (My TV 20 News at 10) – With less than a week before the Michigan primary election, the Detroit Department of Elections is getting ready to accommodate thousands of voters next Tuesday.
- ‘Harry Potter’ Author to Write Novel for Adults
J.K. Rowling says book will be “very different to the Harry Potter series.”
- Academy Acquires Ruby Slippers from ‘The Wizard of Oz’
Leonardo DiCaprio spearheads effort to land iconic footwear with help from Steven Spielberg, Terry Semel.
- Man Accused of Rupturing Girlfriend’s Breast Implant During Attack
Ohio man arrested in connection with weekend incident, according to report.
- Best Places To Adopt Puppies And Kittens In Detroit
It’s an invaluable first step in pet adoption: choosing a shelter instead of a pet store or breeder. Whether it’s a rambunctious kitten or that old, grandpa dog waiting patiently in the corner of his [...]
- Feds Give Automation Alley $5 Million For IT Training
Automation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, was recently awarded a $5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor under the H-1B Technical Skills Training Grant Competition.
- Wings Lose At Home 4-3 To Canucks
DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – The Detroit Red Wings home ice win streak ends with a 4-3 loss to the Vancouver Canucks in a 1-0 shootout Thursday night. Daniel Sedin scored his second goal of the game [...]
- Highland Park School System Facing Payless Payday
The Highland Park School district is more than $11 million in debt and the teachers and staff could be facing a payless payday on Friday.
- ESD Rolls Out High Tech Training, Economic Development Plan
The Engineering Society of Detroit Thursday introduced a multi-step process to boost the number of badly needed, scarce high-tech workers in southeast Michigan — and give them more jobs to work in.
- Expect To Pay More At The Pump
Oil prices hit a new nine-month high Thursday as gas pump prices climbed closer to $4 a gallon across much of the country.
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