ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Monday, Oct. 21, 2019
You can now visit Detroit Metro Airport terminals beyond security without a flight ticket
Officials at Detroit Metro Airport announced Monday that visitors can now go through security and enter the terminals even if they don't have a flight ticket.
Beginning Tuesday, DTW visitors will be able to enter the post-security areas of the McNamara and North terminals through the DTW Destination Pass program.
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Police are searching for a man who was caught on video peering into the windows of a Bloomfield Township home in the middle of the night. Read more .
Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering up to $1,000 for any information that leads to an arrest in a burglary case. Learn more .
A former teacher in Northern Michigan has been charged with sexually assaulting two underage students more than 15 years ago, officials said. Read more .
Michigan's political maps will stay as they are, according to a decision from the Supreme Court. Learn more .
Chick-fil-A is planning four new stores around Metro Detroit in 2020.
Chick-fil-A plans to open four restaurants in Metro Detroit in 2020. Located in Allen Park, Northville, Novi and Shelby Township, the restaurants will open throughout the year, starting with Allen Park in January, and will add approximately 400 jobs to the metropolitan area, according to a release.
Roseville bar shooting
A 21-year-old man is expected to face a judge for arraignment Tuesday after allegedly fatally shooting a 37-year-old man at Dooley's bar in Roseville.
The incident happened early Sunday morning after a fight in a bathroom of the bar, according to police. Family said the victim, Johnny Owczarski, left behind a 7-year-old daughter.
Man arrested after mother killed
An Oakland County man was found sobbing and bleeding on a sidewalk after he strangled and stabbed his mother to death and injured his uncle, police said.
The attack happened at 12:26 a.m. Sunday at a home in the 4500 block of Rohr Road in Orion Township, according to authorities.
The Detroit mayor's chief of staff is accused of ordering employees to delete emails related to an investigation into the city's support of a nonprofit organization.
The Office of Inspector General finalized a report on the city's alleged preferential treatment toward Wayne State University's Make Your Date program.
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