ClickOnDetroit Morning Briefing -- Dec. 29, 2019
Here are this morning’s top stories
Crews in Madison Heights work to prevent green ooze from spreading into sewer system and Lake St. Clair
The Environmental Protection Agency will have extra crews in Madison Heights Sunday to try and prevent the green chemical ooze along I-696 from spreading into the sewer system and Lake St. Clair.
According to the latest data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention 25 states are now reporting high flu activity. That is up from 21 states last week.
Police are searching for 87-year-old Stanley Chester Gurney who was last seen near St. Joseph Mercy Hospital around 4:30 p.m. Saturday while disoriented.
Rain is arriving and will be heavy at times. Monday remains wet and mild.
- Victim of Detroit drive-by shooting walks to gas station, rushed to hospital
- ‘We are concerned’ -- Sunday’s rain could impact chemical leak on I-696
- Detroit family reunited with dog missing for 5 months
- Local church partners up with organizations to rebuild parts of Detroit
- Plane crash kills 5, including LSU coach’s daughter-in-law
- 5 stabbed at Hanukkah celebration in rabbi’s New York home
- Hundreds of accused clergy left off church’s sex abuse lists
- Lawyers fight death penalty for synagogue shooting suspect
- Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2019
- Death toll in Chile protests since October rises to 27
- Truck bomb in Somali capital kills at least 79 at rush hour
- Thousands of koalas feared dead in Australia wildfires
- Kazakh officials investigating causes of deadly plane crash
- Spurs hit season-high 18 3-pointers, beat Detroit 136-109
- Red Wings lose 5th straight, fall 5-4 to Panthers
- Here’s who the Detroit Lions will face in 2020
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