2 more Connecticut officers fired for mistreating Randy Cox after he was paralyzed in a police van
Two more Connecticut police officers have been fired for what officials called their misconduct and lack of compassion in how they treated Richard “Randy” Cox after he was paralyzed in the back of a police van last year.
2 Connecticut officers fired over treatment of man paralyzed in police van after 2022 arrest
Two police officers in New Haven, Connecticut, have been fired for what authorities call their reckless actions and lack of compassion in handling prisoner Richard “Randy” Cox after he became paralyzed in the back of a police van last year.
Family mourns young mother killed after forklift she was driving fell on her in Sterling Heights
Dayzia Kelly was just 25 years old when the forklift she was driving early Monday fell on top of her. Her family says she took the job at Metalsa, between 17 Mile and 18 Mile roads near Van Dyke Avenue in Sterling Heights, to make money before going back to nursing school.
Michigan reps. concerned over COVID vaccine rollout to pharmacies
The White House has selected specific pharmacies in each state to receive and administer coronavirus vaccines to help ramp up vaccine distribution. See: What we know about the process of getting COVID-19 vaccine doses to pharmacies“Statewide, 20,000 doses are going to Ride Aid pharmacies -- 200 stores across the state. So that’s only going to leave 100 doses per store,” said Andrew Cox, director of the Macomb County Health Department. Macomb County is a large Michigan county with a large senior and vulnerable adult population. Last week, the state gave Macomb County about 7,300 doses of the coronavirus vaccine.
Justice Dept. drops Yale admissions discrimination lawsuit
FILE - In this May 24, 2010 file photo, future graduates wait for the procession to begin for commencement at Yale University in New Haven, Conn. The Biden Justice Department says it is dismissing its discrimination lawsuit against Yale University. On Feb. 3, 2021, the Justice Department noted in its filing that it was voluntarily dismissing the action. AdYale said its practices comply with decades of Supreme Court precedent and that it looks at “the whole person" when deciding which applicants to admit. Biden’s Justice Department is working to undo Trump policies, including “zero tolerance,” the immigration policy that was responsible for family separations.
Police seek 2 in connection with New Haven home invasion
The two wanted by police for the home invasion. NEW HAVEN, Mich. – The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office is searching for the two people photographed above in connection with a New Haven home invasion that happened Dec. 5. Police believe the two were driving the silver vehicle pictured in the photograph at the time of the incident. Anyone with information is asked to call law enforcement at 586-307-9368 or email Jaime.Bagos@macombcountymi.gov. All tips will remain anonymous.
Michigan General Election Results for New Haven on Nov. 3, 2020
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Teens struggle to balance school, family, work amid COVID-19
Other times, the 18-year-old rushed to get ready for work at a front-line job at Target as her virtual high school lessons were still wrapping up. Before the coronavirus pandemic, Apuzzo, who lives in New Haven, Connecticut, knew she wanted to go to college right after high school. I feel so behind when it comes to what do college kids actually do. Students whose parents can't work from home also have less structure to push them to get their work done. After a shooting near her high school last year, she started an alternative dual-enrollment program to get college credit while finishing high school.
2 families rescued from New Haven apartment fire
NEW HAVEN, Mich. – Macomb County Sheriff deputies and the New Haven Fire Department rescued two families from a fire at Pinewood Apartments on Thursday morning. Police say at about 5:50 a.m. a deputy patrolling the apartment complex discovered a unit on fire, called for assistance and began helping residents evacuate the building. Police say the family was evacuated safely but suffered from smoke inhalation and was transported to the hospital. One deputy suffered from severe smoke inhalation and the others are being examined, officials said. Macomb County Sheriff Fire Investigators are investigating the cause of the fire.
Crews rescue families from burning apartments in New Haven
NEW HAVEN, Mich. Emergency crews treated several children for smoke inhalation after a fire broke out at a New Haven apartment complex. The first started just before 6 a.m. Thursday at the Pinewood Apartments complex. I woke up and I heard the smoke detectors going off and then I smelled smoke, said Tyler Jaynes. The father was able to get out with three children but was unaware the mother along with other children were still upstairs. The fire itself was put out with 10 gallons of water.One of the deputies was also rushed to a hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation.
I-94 road work to close multiple lanes this weekend
Weekend road repairs will close lanes on I-94 between Detroit and New Haven. Eastbound I-94 will be closed between Gratiot Avenue in Detroit and I-696 for weekend road repairs. During the closure, the detour for I-94 follows northbound Gratiot Avenue to eastbound I-696 and then back to eastbound I-94. MDOT says Eastbound I-94 will also close multiple lanes from Little Mack Avenue to 14 Mile Road for resurfacing. Only one lane will be open on eastbound I-94 between 21 Mile Road and New Haven Road from 4 a.m. Saturday to 5:30 p.m. Sunday for road maintenance, MDOT says.
Emoni Bates fever, great matchups highlight final week of prep boys hoops season
Believe it or not, the final week of the boys high school basketball season is upon us, with quarterfinal games set to take place Tuesday throughout the state in all four divisions. The semifinals will be Thursday and Friday at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center, with the championship games set for Saturday. Emoni Bates feverIt is fast gripping the high school sports world in the state. The next stop for Bates and Lincoln is a Division 1 state quarterfinal on Tuesday against Detroit Martin Luther King at Detroit Mercy’s Calihan Hall. Last year’s Class B champion, Benton Harbor, was beaten in a regional final by Hudsonville Unity Christian.