DETROIT – Warren Police are investigating the death of 10-year-old who died after being shot in the chest.
Officials said a 15-year-old turned themselves in on Wednesday evening in connection to the shooting. No further details were released.
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Metro Detroit’s annual Arts, Beats & Eats festival has been canceled this year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, officials announced Wednesday.
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As the economy gets back up and running again, there are plenty of jobs to fill -- but finding workers hasn’t been easy. Wallside Windows came up with an idea -- an in-person job fair, but at a safe distance.
Police have identified burnt remains of a female found near a park on July 13 as belonging to Susie Zhao from Waterford Township. Zhao, 33, was reportedly a professional gambler.
As new cases of COVID-19 remain high, Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) are going to follow strict new guidelines from a federal judge to keep in-person summer school going. That includes testing all 630 students in a tight time frame.