Morning 4: Where to find the best pizza in Metro Detroit, more stories

Here are the top stories for the morning of Sept. 22, 2022

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Morning 4 is a quick roundup of stories we think you should know about to start your day. So, let’s get to the news.


Jason Carr: These are the 3 best pizza spots in Metro Detroit

Jason Carr ain’t messing around -- he’s ready to declare his favorite pizza spots in the area. Here are his very scientific findings.


University of Michigan nurses reach tentative contract agreement

A deal is now in place to keep nurses with the University of Michigan off the picket lines.

The Michigan Nurses Association-University of Michigan Professional Nurse Council (MNA-UMPNC) has reached a tentative agreement with the university.

Read more here.


Sister has remarkable message after brother’s sentencing for mother’s 2017 murder in Farmington Hills

There was a lot of tension in an Oakland County courtroom after a Farmington Hills man was sentenced to 35-65 years for murdering his mother in 2017.

Police found Nada Huranieh, 35, at her home, and prosecutors say her then 16-year-old son suffocated her, threw her body out of a second-floor window, and then staged the scene to make it look like an accident.

At the center of it was a family divided by tragedy, a crime the judge described as heinous as she handed down her sentence, more than four hours after those proceedings got underway.

There was a lot of tension in an Oakland County Circuit courtroom after a Farmington Hills man was sentenced to 35-65 years for murdering his mother in 2017. Police found Nada Huranieh, 35, at her home, and prosecutors say her then 16-year-old son suffocated her, threw her body out of a second-floor window, and then staged the scene to make it look like an accident. At the center of it was a family divided by tragedy, a crime the judge described as heinous as she handed down her sentence, more than four hours after those proceedings got underway.

Read more here.


Section of I-94 in Detroit to close for 5 days as crews work on Second Avenue bridge

Both directions of I-94 between I-75 and I-96 are going to be closed for five days as crews work on the Second Avenue bridge.

The full closure will begin at 4 a.m. on Thursday (Sept. 29) and the road will reopen by 4 a.m. Tuesday (Oct. 4). The closure is so inspectors can monitor the structure during the post-tensioning process.

Read more here.


Weather in Metro Detroit is changing like the leaves

Good Thursday morning on a day that becomes the transition from Summer to Fall.



About the Author:

Ken Haddad is the digital content and audience manager for WDIV / ClickOnDetroit.com. He also authors the Morning Report Newsletter and various other newsletters. He's been with WDIV since 2013. He enjoys suffering through Lions games on Sundays in the fall.