ClickOnDetroit Morning Briefing -- June 18, 2019

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A view of the Detroit riverfront on June 8, 2019. (WDIV)

DETROIT - ClickOnDetroit Morning Briefing -- June 18, 2019

Man missing year after going to music festival

There have been possible sightings and word of him possibly joining a cult. Investigators want to know if this was a case of murder. Kevin Graves, 28, took a trip with his girlfriend last June to the small town of Rothbury, Michigan, for the Electric Forest music festival.

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Woman crying foul after getting hit by baseball at Tigers game

Carey Mason's lawsuit is back in court today. She is blaming a security guard for distracting her at the game back in 2015.

Man buys Hell

YouTube star and musician Elijah Daniel says he's the new owner of Hell, Michigan -- and he's renamed it "Gay Hell." He said it is an act of protest against the Trump administration recently rejecting requests from U.S. embassies to fly the rainbow flag, a symbol of gay pride, during the month of June in celebration of LGBTQ Pride Month.

 Weather: Sunshine today 

Enjoy some sun today because we're heading for a couple more days with rain chances.

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