High school student uses NARCAN training from Detroit Police Department Explorers Program to save a life
A student at John J. Pershing High School is being credited with helping to save a life and he knew exactly what to do because of some special training he got through the Detroit Police Department Explorers Program.
Siri Daly shares her best advice for cooking with kids, dealing with picky eaters
Siri Daly has her own cookbook, a food blog, and regularly appears on the Today Show to share her recipes, often with husband Carson Daly by her side. But she’s also a mom who has dealt with her fair share of picky eaters.
Both sides await sentencing for former Detroit City Council member Andre Spivey
As we inch closer to sentencing for former Detroit City Council member Andre Spivey, one of the most significant deciding factors in how severe his sentencing will be is how much he’s cooperated with the FBI during this investigation.
Family calls for justice for military veteran killed in hit and run in Detroit
Detroit police search for one driver, possibly two, that may have hit and killed a 58-year-old Detroit Woman. Her family emphasizes the life she led. The mother of two who served in the military died while crossing 7 Mile Road last Wednesday near Telegraph.
Illinois — a major feeder to the Gulf of Mexico dead zone — falls behind federal goal to reduce phosphorus and nitrogen flowing into its waterways
While sewage plants have reduced contributions to waterways through permits, addressing pollution from farms largely depends on voluntary efforts.chicagotribune.com
Tennessee resumes most vaccine outreach to minors paused after GOP backlash
Tennessee Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey said in a news conference that the state would restart its outreach recommending vaccines for children and teens, which includes offering the vaccine at events on school property as early as next week.washingtonpost.com
Federal prosecutors investigating Cook County land bank, deals involving former employee: records
Federal prosecutors last month subpoenaed the Cook County Land Bank Authority for records as part of an ongoing criminal investigation into the program, which was formed to promote economic development in blighted communities that’s also been the subject of controversy. The subpoena sent May 21 requested records involving the sale of 24 properties by the land bank as well as emails and other records relating to Mustafaa Saleh, the agency’s former senior asset manager, records released in response to a Tribune Freedom of Information Act request show.chicagotribune.com
Former Gov. Rick Snyder charged with willful neglect of duty in Flint water crisis
Rick Snyder is facing two misdemeanor counts of willful neglect of duty for his role in the Flint water crisis. The record, filed Wednesday, Jan. 13, shows an offense date of April 25, 2014, which was the month that Flint switched from the Detroit public water system to Flint River water. News surfaced Tuesday that Snyder, 62, and others connected to the water scandal, which resulted in elevated lead levels in public water, would be charged criminally for their roles. Snyder, a Republican, played multiple roles in the water crisis. More from MLive:AG Nessel to announce outcome of Flint water crisis criminal investigation ThursdayFlint water crisis: All we know about expected charges against Snyder and othersAttorney for Snyder calls Flint water charges ‘smear campaign’ against former governorFlint mother says son featured on TIME Magazine cover for water crisis is ‘a hero’Flint residents ‘hopeful’ water crisis charges against Snyder, other officials will bring justicemlive.com
Yes, there WAS good news coming out of 2020
Yes, there WAS good news coming out of 2020 The pandemic offered an opportunity for advances in science and technology to help see us through a troubling time. Correspondent David Pogue reminds us of some of the often-overshadowed bright spots of the past year.cbsnews.com
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No, Gov. Whitmer did not delete sexual harassment tweet as 'Detroit News' claimed
In an op-ed published byWednesday, columnist Ingrid Jacques claims Gov. "That comment ... has since been deleted from her personal Twitter account," Jacques originally wrote. "Miles also tellsan originaltweet that said Whitmer's 2017 tweet "has since been deleted" was deleted "per our policy because it was in error. "I believe Dr. Ford," Whitmer tweeted In March, Biden revealed that Whitmer was on his shortlist for potential running mates. In recent weeks, Whitmer has gone on record with CNN backing Biden's character and suggesting that not all assault claims are "equal.metrotimes.com