See what high school athletic events are cancelled or postponed in Metro Detroit for Jan. 25
Here are high school games and competitions that have been either canceled or postponed due to snow on Jan. 25, 2023. If any corrections need to be made or competitions need to be added, email email@example.com. MORE: Stay up to date on weather activity and forecasts across Michigan at MLive’s weather page. GIRLS BASKETBALLCenter Line vs. Warren Woods TowerClarkston Everest Collegiate vs. Madison Heights Bishop FoleyClinton Township Chippewa Valley vs. MarysvilleDearborn Divine Child vs. Detroit Country DayDetroit Davis Aerospace vs. Detroit NorthwesternDetroit East English vs. Detroit WesternDetroit Mumford vs. Detroit SoutheasternDetroit Osborn vs. Detroit Henry FordDetroit Pershing vs. Detroit Communication Media ArtsEastpointe vs. Hazel ParkKalamazoo Central vs. Redford Westfield PrepMacomb Dakota vs. Port HuronMacomb L’Anse Creuse North vs. Grosse Pointe NorthMadison Heights Madison vs. New HavenMarine City vs. FraserNew Baltimore Anchor Bay vs. RomeoRoseville vs. ClawsonSt Clair Shores Lake Shore vs. St ClairSt Clair Shores South Lake vs. Sterling Heights StevensonUtica Eisenhower vs. Grosse Pointe SouthUtica Ford vs. UticaWarren Cousino vs. Harrison Township L’Anse CreuseWarren Fitzgerald vs. Madison Heights LamphereWarren Lincoln vs. Clinton Township ClintondaleWarren Mott vs. Sterling HeightsBOYS BOWLINGEastpointe vs. Hazel ParkNew Haven vs. Warren FitzgeraldGIRLS BOWLINGNew Haven vs. Warren FitzgeraldTaylor Trillium Academy vs. Canton PrepCOMPETITIVE CHEERKLAA Meet @ CantonGrosse Pointe South meetOAA MEET @ Lake OrionGYMNASTICSSalem meetBOYS HOCKEYAnn Arbor Father Gabriel Richard vs. Grosse IleAnn Arbor Pioneer vs. Dearborn Divine ChildFarmington vs. Livonia FranklinFlint Powers Catholic vs. ClarkstonGibraltar Carlson vs. Detroit Country DayLivonia Stevenson vs. CantonMuskegon Mona Shores vs. Grand Rapids ChristianPort Huron Northern vs. St Clair Shores LakeviewRockford vs. To Be DeterminedSouthgate Anderson vs. New Boston HuronTrenton vs. Detroit Catholic CentralTroy vs. Bloomfield HillsWaterford Mott vs. Macomb DakotaGIRLS HOCKEYGrosse Pointe North vs. Grosse Pointe SouthBOYS SWIMMINGRomulus vs. Redford UnionWRESTLINGHowell Quad vs. South Lyon, Salem, Saranac vs. SalemAuburn Hills Avondale vs. North FarmingtonAuburn Hills Avondale vs. Sterling HeightsAuburn Hills Avondale vs. Warren LincolnBirmingham Seaholm vs. Groves, Farmington, Pontiac vs. Birmingham GrovesBloomfield Hills vs. West BloomfieldCarleton Airport vs. Flat RockDearborn Fordson vs. DearbornDearborn Heights Crestwood vs. Garden CityFerndale vs. PontiacLivonia Churchill vs. BellevilleLutheran Westland vs. To Be DeterminedMadison Heights Bishop Foley vs. Dearborn Divine ChildMarysville vs. Macomb L’Anse Creuse North, RosevilleRedford Union vs. Redford Thurston, Clarenceville, Livoina Stevenson, ThurstonRochester vs. Berkley, Notre Dame Prep, TroyRoyal Oak vs. Dearborn Heights Annapolis, Lake Orion, Stoney CreekSt Clair Shores Lake Shore vs. Warren CousinoSt Clair Shores Lakeview vs. Center LineDownriver League Quad Trenton vs. Gibraltar Carlson, RiverviewWalled Lake Northern vs. Clarkston, Troy AthensWarren Mott vs. Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse, Utica FordWyandotte Roosevelt vs. Allen Parkmlive.com
Michigan man accuses Amazon driver of stealing his puppy
CENTER LINE, MI -- Police are investigating the possible theft of a puppy after a home security camera captured an Amazon driver picking up the dog and driving away with no sign of the dog in sight. A different angle shows Mauria in Gunn’s yard when the Amazon driver notices the puppy. The driver and the dog disappear from the frame for a moment before returning into frame with the driver holding Mauria. Center Line Police are investigating and Amazon has issued a statement saying the company is aware of the issue and is looking into it as well. Anyone with information regarding Mauria’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Center Line Police at 586-757-2200 or the Macomb County Animal Control at 586-469-5115.mlive.com
Center Line police find gun on school grounds amid vandalism investigation
CENTER LINE, Mich. – Police discovered a gun Saturday morning on school grounds in Center Line. The gun was found while police were investigating vandalism at the high school’s new track and softball fields. Parts of the outfield wall fence and some fence around the track had been destroyed Friday night. Police found the gun near Wolfe Middle School. Police have taken at least one person into custody.
Answering COVID questions: What is the science behind these vaccines?
Questions about the vaccine scienceMany people have questions about the two vaccines closest to approval. Will the benefit outweigh the risk in this case?”Both the Pfizer and the Moderna vaccines are mRNA vaccines, meaning they are not live virus vaccines. it’s estimated that over a period of weeks the mRNA is naturally destroyed after it has been used to produce spike proteins. Should you get an antibody test to determine your ranking for the vaccine? Another related question is if you should get an antibody test to help determine your ranking for receiving the vaccine?
Michigan General Election Results for Center Line on Nov. 3, 2020
The 2020 General Election will be held on November 3. (Note: Due to an increase in mail-in voting, clerks are expecting delayed results, up to multiple days. Find more election results and news on the Decision 2020 page. 🌟 Become an Insider 🌟Introducing WDIV Insider: A new way for loyal Local 4 fans to gain access and customize your ClickOnDetroit news experience. Learn more about WDIV Insider - and sign up here!
Metro Detroit adults with special needs outsmarting COVID-19 to succeed
CENTER LINE, Mich. – A group of special needs adults at Rising Stars Academy in Center Line have managed to outsmart the coronavirus. When the pandemic shuttered their classes and work schedules they figured out a way to get back in business by helping others impacted by various shutdowns. Local 4′s Paula Tutman has more on the group’s story. You can watch her report in the video player above. READ MORE: Community News
Game Day Metro Detroit! Football is back in full swing tonight
Thursday night was the soft opening. High school football kicked off around Metro Detroit last night as couple handful of games were played across the region. Tonight, nearly everyone else follows suit while a small group is holding out until Saturday. Three straight days of football to start the football season in Metro Detroit? Here is how the schedule stacks up tonight and Saturday.mlive.com
Police investigating after man shot in parking lot of Te Roma bar in Center Line
Police are investigating after a man was shot in the parking lot of Te Roma bar in Center Line Tuesday night. Police said the man stumbled into the bar from the parking lot with a gunshot wound to his chest, he was transported to a hospital. The man is in his late 20s, according to police.
Police: Center Line shooting suspect found dead with self-inflicted gunshot wound
A man was found dead at his home from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a shooting Tuesday night in the parking lot of Te Roma bar in Center Line, police said. At about 9 p.m. Tuesday a man was shot in the parking lot of the bar along Van Dyke Avenue. Police said the man stumbled into the bar from the parking lot with a gunshot wound to his chest. The shooting suspect had fled, and police were looking for him. On Wednesday morning, Center Line police said the suspect was found dead at his home.
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day to take place in SE Michigan
click to enlarge David Smart / ShutterstockCenter Line: Department of Public SafetyClinton Township: Clinton Township Police DepartmentEastpointe: Eastpointe Police DepartmentFraser: Fraser Department of Public SafetyMacomb County: Sheriffs OfficeMt. Clemens: Wilson SchoolRoseville: Roseville Police DepartmentSt. Clair Shores: St. Clair Shores Police Department, St. Clair Shores Kroger PharmacySterling Heights: Sterling Heights Police Department, Fellowship Chapel, Sterling Heights Kroger Pharmacy, Utica United Methodist ChurchWarren: Warren Police Department, Warren Elks LodgeNational Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, a program that provides a safe and environmentally friendly way to dispose of expired or unused drugs, will take place on Saturday, Oct. 26.The program was started partly because teens say medications are easily obtained in their homes and one in seven teens have reported that they abuse prescription drugs to get high, according to a press release. Additionally, according to the National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 70,000 Americans died from drug-related deaths in 2017.CARE of Southeastern Michigan will be working with safety organizations and school districts in Wayne and Macomb counties to provide the free service, including the following locations:A list of all participating locations in metro Detroit can be found at takebackday.dea.govmetrotimes.com
Man, woman injured in shooting in Center Line
Police were called to a home on Edward Avenue just west of Van Dyke Avenue in Center Line Sunday evening after a woman reported her boyfriend had just committed suicide. Upon arriving to the home police say they found a man bleeding and leaning against the front door and a woman bleeding from the face, both were inside the home. It appeared the woman was shot several times in the face and neck area. Police say a handgun was found near the man. According to police, the victims are identified as a 28 year-old black male and a 24 year-old black female.
Michigan estate sale owner ordered to pay more than $77,500 in restitution
FreeImages.com/Dani SimmondsLANSING, Mich. - An estate sale owner from Center Line must pay $77,523.21 in restitution after he defrauded nearly 20 people, according to the Michigan attorney general. Through his company, R & S Resale, Ronald Robling pocketed the proceeds from sales instead of paying his victims. He is accused of defrauding at least 18 victims of more than $10,000. Robling agreed to a minimum restitution order of $69,763.18 as part of his plea, but that amount was raised after two more victims came forward. If Robling can pay $25,000 by 8:30 a.m. July 21, 2020, his final sentencing date, the racketeering charge will be dismissed.