ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Vaccinated man contracts measles
An Oakland County family affected by the measles outbreak is spreading a message it wants everyone to hear. The family members were vaccinated against measles, but the father, Avi Cohen, 23, is one of the 22 people confirmed to have measles.
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The Detroit incinerator that sparked odor complaints will close indefinitely. Read more .
New cyberbullying laws go into effect today in Michigan. Learn more .
Dogs were rescued from shocking conditions after being found chained in an abandoned Detroit garage. Read more .
Detroit public schools have announced the launch of a homework hotline. Learn more .
Porn plays in school
Porn was somehow accidentally shown to students in a middle school classroom in Dearborn. A subsitute teacher was trying to show a history video March 13 when a video showing pornography started playing in an eighth-grade classroom at O.L. Smith Middle School.
Imlay City fire update
Officials provided an update Wednesday on the conditions of the parents who were injured in an Imlay City mobile home fire that killed four children. Krystal Whitney, 29, the mother of the children, has been discharged from the Hurley Medical Center in Flint, officials said.
Rare lynx update
The Detroit Zoo offered an update on the rare lynx captured in Michigan earlier this month. The lynx, captured by the Michigan DNR on March 19, was transferred to the Howell Nature Center after it was captured. It was then transferred to the Detroit Zoo.
Michigan Central Station
Southwest Detroit is seeing a development boom as the area prepares for new neighbors. Ford Motor Co. is renovating Michigan Central Station. The automaker plans on creating a campus that will consist of about 1.2 million square feet of property in Corktown.
Hands-free legislation fight
A local father is working to change the law in Michigan regarding distracted driving after his son was killed by a distracted driver.
- Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association fee increase raises concern
- I-75 traffic switch expected this afternoon in Oakland County: What to know
- Midwest flooding threatens the water safety in 1 million wells
- Gifts of Art concerts to bring dance and Broadway to Ann Arbor's University Hospital in April
- Detroit kicks off 2020 census push
- Good Health: Wrong genetic test results
- Secretary of education proposes cuts to special olympics
- Powerball lottery drawing: Where you can remain anonymous if you win
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