ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Friday, Aug. 23, 2019
Police investigating woman's death as homicide after body found at Hines Park
Police are investigating a 24-year-old Westland's woman's death as a homicide after her body was found partially submerged in the Rouge River in the Middlebelt Hills area of Hines Park in Westland.
Police were at the park before 4 p.m. Friday. Multiple divers went into the water with a stretcher and ladders, looking for anything in connection with the case.
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Marysville city council
One of the candidates in a Marysville race for City Council is being very open about her views on race.
Marysville has a population of about 10,000, and many say it's a welcoming city. But Jean Cramer, 68, who is running for City Council, wants to keep Marysville white.
Health officials are investigating five confirmed cases and a possible sixth case of a rare gonorrhea infection in Michigan.
Officials with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said there are five confirmed cases of disseminated gonococcal infection in the west side of the state. DGI can occur following a sexually transmitted gonorrhea infection, according to experts.
Scooters are a convenient and easy way for Detroiters to get around Downtown, but lately people have been attacking those who ride them.
The video police shared on social media shows a man throwing a scooter over a bridge into the Detroit River. It also showed another man pushing a woman off a scooter, forcing her to hit her head on the ground.
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