Nightside Report June 4, 2021: Former employee sues restaurant after reportedly finding razor blade in her food, Detroit’s mobile vaccination vehicle hits the streets, temperatures on the rise

Here are tonight’s top stories

James hopes the lawsuit will send a message to employers to take the concerns of people of color more seriously.
James hopes the lawsuit will send a message to employers to take the concerns of people of color more seriously. (WDIV)

Former server sues Red Robin in Madison Heights for racial discrimination, says she found razor blade in her food

DETROIT – Zenarra James said she had no choice but to quit and file a lawsuit after making a horrific discovery in a salad she bought.

The former server at the Red Robin in Madison Heights said it was hidden in a piece of chicken.

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The latest: Michigan coronavirus cases up to 889,957; Death toll now at 19,293

Metro Detroit weather: Temperatures rise this weekend

Our first 90 degree day of the year arrives Saturday, and it won’t be our last in this forecast either.

Click here to read the full forecast.

4 Fast Facts

  • Hundreds of people lined up on Friday trying to get exceptionally rare computer chips as the country faces a computer chip shortage. Click here to read more.
  • A 33-year-old Brandon Township man has been charged in the death of his 2-year-old cousin. Click here to read more.
  • New jobs and unemployment numbers show promise and a positive trend across the nation and in Michigan. Click here to read more.
  • Former Michigan Sen. Patrick Colbeck is calling for “Decision Day” in Antrim County, the small northern county where the categorically false claim of voting machines being rigged was developed. Click here to read more.

Be Informed

Young drug dealer turns life around with help of Detroit judge, graduates law school

In 2005, Judge Bruce Morrow decided against a long prison sentence for Edward Martell, a young drug dealer with a growing list of offenses.

Since that time, Martell has returned to the courtroom as a colleague of Morrow in the legal profession.

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