Nightside Report May 3, 2021: Oakland County investigators hope to solve murder of Anne Doroghazi 40 years later, More families voice concerns about Detroit cemetery as police investigate misplaced remains

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How old clues are helping revive 1981 cold case murder investigation
How old clues are helping revive 1981 cold case murder investigation

40 years later: Oakland County investigators hope to solve murder of Anne Doroghazi

DETROIT – Investigators are hoping advancements in technology can help solve a murder from 40 years ago.

Anne Doroghazi was a worker at Camp Dearborn. She was 20 years old when her body was found on the side of the road. She had been strangled.

The Cold Case Unit at the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the murder.

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The latest: Michigan coronavirus cases up to 849,420; Death toll now at 17,771

Metro Detroit weather: Rain risk lingers all week

This is not the forecast a lot of us want, but it’s the forecast we need.

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4 Fast Facts

  • More families are coming forward, demanding answers about the location of their loved ones buried at the Gethsemane Cemetery. Click here to read more.
  • Gabe Leland has pled guilty to misconduct in office and has resigned from Detroit City Council. Click here to read more.
  • The Chandler Park neighborhood on Detroit’s east side is set to build a community garden. Click here to read more.
  • As Monday kicked off National Travel and Tourism Week multiple organizations and associations are doing what they can to make sure Michigan stays on the map as a great destination. Click here to read more.

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Detroit mass vaccination week begins with focus on awareness, accessibility

This week the City of Detroit is launching an all out push to get more shots into arms.

Everything is on the table from welcoming walk-ins at all vaccination sites, giving gift cards to people who take neighbors to get vaccinated to going door-to-door.

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Why is it important for as many people as possible to get the COVID vaccine?

Local 4′s Dr. Frank McGeorge is working to answer the following questions: Why does almost everyone need to get vaccinated against COVID? Can’t we just vaccinate the people who want the vaccine and not worry about everyone else?

Generally, when someone gets a vaccine, they’re thinking about getting it to protect themselves or the people in their family, but vaccines have two purposes. They protect individuals, and they prevent the disease from spreading in society.

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