ClickOnDetroit Morning Briefing -- Nov. 17, 2019
Here are this morning’s top stories
A person was stabbed Saturday while trying to use a Chase Bank ATM on 26 Mile and Van Dyke in Washington Township.
A recall has been issued on two pound frozen bags of Quest beef cat food over fears it may be contaminated with salmonella.
One person was hospitalized after a fire broke out at a Dearborn home Saturday night on Oxford Street between Decatur and Pardee.
Temperatures will be in the teens and low 20s Sunday morning. Highs are expected to only reach the middle 30s today.
- ‘Are you out of your mind?’ -- Drunk driver nearly strikes MSP cruiser on the Davison, police say
- Fire destroys historic Grosse Pointe Shores home
- Construction on Grosse Ile bridge creates commuting problems, delays for residents
- Democrat Edwards wins reelection in conservative Louisiana
- Parents, 3 sons die in apparent murder-suicide in San Diego
- Prince Andrew denies claims of Epstein accuser in interview
- Free health screenings for seniors Nov. 19 in Southfield
- White House urgently ramps up push for drug cost legislation
- Big study casts doubt on need for many heart procedures
- No. 14 Michigan, behind Patterson, rips Michigan State 44-10
- Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford not expected to play Sunday vs. Dallas Cowboys
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