Bodies of teen girl, 21-year-old man found shot in Detroit yard
DETROIT – Police are investigating the death of a 17-year-old girl and 21-year-old man whose bodies were found hidden in someone’s backyard.
“It’s just very very sad that the world has come to killing our young folks,” said a neighbor wishing not to be named.
“All you can do is pray for the family. It’s heart-wrenching you know,” said nearby resident, Annette Sims.
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Metro Detroit weather: Nice weekend, even warmer next week
Temperatures barely made it above 30 on Thursday, but we’ll slowly warm into a balmy week ahead. The weekend in between doesn’t look half bad, either.
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New order expands outdoor gathering sizes in East Lansing to 15 people
A new emergency order is slightly easing restrictions on outdoor gathering sizes in East Lansing near Michigan State University (MSU) starting Friday as the state begins to relax some coronavirus restrictions.
Ingham County Health Officer Linda S. Vail on Thursday issued an emergency order that limits outdoor gatherings to no more than 15 people in parts of East Lansing, including the downtown area, effective Friday, March 5.