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"Ground that's believed to contain uranium has collapsed into the Detroit River. We talked to the reporter that broke the story. Dave Bad Ajello from the Windsor is our star and then around of what to know where to go around town on Today's Daily Detroit. It's Thursday December Fifth Twenty nineteen. I'm Jason Jason. Well let's dive right in at some point over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend a portion of riverbank near Fort Wayne collapse into the Detroit River. That riverbank is believed to contain material. Leftover from the Manhattan project. If you remember that was the national effort to create the atomic bomb during World War Two and the company on that land extruded uranium rods into the nineteen fifties for nuclear development to talk about it as Dave Bad. Ajello from the Windsor Star. Dave Dave what exactly happened over there near Fort Wayne. Oh for my understanding from all the information I received is that there was Detroit bulk storage just a company and they at least property there The property is not on by Maroon. A lot of people seem to think it is but it's owned by a grand rapids company called Erickson Group so Detroit's bookstores moved in there on July. They've been struggling with called aggregate or gravel on the site since that time The night before is learning today the night before Thanksgiving they had quite a sizeable pile on the property From ship that just dropped it off the pro that night there was a lot of rainfall the rivers high as it is according to the owner of the gravel stored about one hundred feet from the shore and then the sure started to give away It broke out into the water. And all of the aggregate gravel. Yeah that was being stored near the show has sure has fallen into the river gravel could contain contaminants right because this used to be Old Revere Copper Site. Yeah it's not the actual gravel that would be contaminated but it's the ground itself used to be the former revere copper site which which people As I'm learning just yesterday myself. That's eight revere. Copper was involved in what's known as the Manhattan Project Race to build the first atomic bon the company back in the nineteen forties was subcontracted to be part of that and they constructed. What's known as uranium rods They started that in the forties and continue to construct uranium rods well into the nineteen mid mid nineteen fifties Before they stopped likely for safety reasons the property was abandoned in the eighties. So nobody there's been soil checks but nothing really of any recent time Dating back to perhaps the nineties was the most recent check. But anytime you're dealing with uranium radium like chance. It was in the soil which might have been fine but now the soil broken away and into the river. It's kind of scary if you think about it because I I mean. I don't think we think about these things in Detroit per se. You know because especially I think. A lot of people don't realize that we have connections to the Manhattan project. I don't think I certainly only didn't and I don't think many people would be aware that given their history of time or the passage of time But here's a company that was in Detroit involved in developmentally. Oh Yeah Tomic. Bomb played a role in producing parts for the bomb For quite a lengthy period of time but unfortunately production now maybe causing initiative giving up the shores breaking away here into the river. So do you have any idea of what's next or what to look forward to in this saga while everybody's is not everybody's just kinda doing right now and they're all on the phone today to try to figure out a strategy how to deal with this Detroit bookstores. It's a company involved here. I spoke with the owner and I don't think he really grasp himself the history of the site. He just. He's in the gravel business and didn't seem to have a strong hold on the history in what was actually in the ground beneath him. He's learning that today. Eagle as your environmental agency is known as on the phone trying to get investigators to the site and develop a strategy in terms of how to deal one what the ground broken and the river washing up on it to deal with the aggregate that's fallen into the river. And what how big of a problem all of this is. The site has been listed by the Wall Street Journal. As one of America's forgotten nuclear wastelands. The danger here is what's in the ground that we've talked talked about but also the sediment nearby as the Detroit River is bottom has a variety of chemicals leftover from industry like Mercury and. PCB's left alone and in place. It's not as much of a danger but disturb it and disperse it and it could be a different story in fact this particular site was being considered for the new Gordie Howe Bridge but but environmental concerns. Put the brakes on that idea. And here's the Cherry on top. According to maps you were able to find downriver from the site are a couple of water intakes one at Wine Ryan Dot and another near fighting island. We'll keep an eye on the story and you can follow Dave from the star on twitter at Dave Jello and that's with two TS and two wells. There's a new development in the case of the slain Detroit police officer Rashid. McLean if you remember. He was killed on November twentieth and his partner Philippe Platoon whom beasts was wounded in leg. twenty-eight-year-old John Parks was arraigned Thursday in thirty-six District Court on Sixteen felony charges included. The bucket is first degree premeditated murder he will await trial in the Wayne. County jail with no bond with preceding scheduled to start December nineteenth layoffs with the opportunity to work other plants have been made at the Detroit Hamtramck GM facility as it retools for new electric products. Eight hundred and fourteen hourly and salaried read employees will be affected and the lace will begin at the end of February twenty twenty more than seven hundred fifty workers are covered by the UAW and have bumping rights to other plants per collective bargaining agreement. But those rights do not extend to the retooled plant. DETROIT HAMTRAMCK will build all electric trucks vans though there isn't a specific product design yet. GM says that there will be about two thousand two hundred twenty five jobs there after the three billion dollar investment is done related is an announcement of a joint venture with LG. Oh Gee Kim to put two point three billion bucks into a new electric battery plant in Lordstown Ohio General Motors in multiple interviews says that the company is preparing for an all all electric future. There's something that I saw that I find kind of interesting mostly because of the timing. If you remember on yesterday's show we talked about buddies opening and kid rock pulling out of his licensing deal at little. CAESARS arena. The Metro Times is now reporting that kid rock announcement came the same day as a racial racial discrimination lawsuit by a former black bartender was settled for an undisclosed sum. According to the suit she alleged she was fired for wearing an Afro. Throw the restaurant also. It was licensed by rock is operated by Delaware north. The National Food Service Company that runs many of the concepts in the arena. The News Center sides largest residential project in years opened their doors Thursday. The boulevard is a six story three hundred and fifty six thousand square foot mixed use development at Third Avenue and West Grand Boulevard in the city. That's on the next block from the Fisher building. They're going to be retail spots like orange theory fitness beyond juice. Eh Comerica Bank branch of stairs. There will be two hundred and thirty one studio one and two bedroom apartments that range in size from just over five hundred square feet to more more than eleven hundred square feet and twenty percent of the units will be affordable housing for those making eighty percent of the average median income in the region the total price tag on the development including a three hundred and thirty space. Parking structure is said to be sixty million dollars in the suburbs. The Wilcox Mill in Plymouth and the Newburgh Burgh mill site in Livonia. Just took a big step toward being redeveloped. The Wayne County Commission approved the sale of the properties for a total of seven hundred sixty five thousand dollars and approved an agreement to acquire nearly seven acres and Westland to add to Hines Park. The sold properties will be part of the mill. Run Place Making project. So so what are the plan for these Wilcox Mill was bought by Milan rooch and that was created by well known local artist. Tony Roco and the art foundation. They planned to rehab the building into to an art education space and construct a publicly accessible inner child sculpture garden that displays three-dimensional realizations of children's drawings. Look developer. Richard Cox will renovate the NEWBURGH mill into a distillery with retail space and park that shaped like a spiral inspired by the automotive parts. Once made on the site Cox has a track record including turning the Northville mill into modern office space. He also purchased Phoenix Millan Plymouth Township and has turning that property into an event event facility with public green spaces. The county will get first right of refusal under the deal to repurchase the properties if the new owners assigned to ever sell them in the future. And and there's a bit of history to these buildings and Land Wilcox in newburgh mills as well as the Phoenix Mill in Nankin mills were part of the Ford Village Industries Network of part factories located along the Middle Rouge River. They were deeded to the county by Ford Motor Company in Nineteen Forty eight Nankin mills remains with Wayne County Johny. It houses. The parks divisions offices and an Interpretive Center it just went through an eight hundred thousand dollar Rehab and before I let you go I wanted to give give you the heads up that the Detroit urban craft fair is this weekend at the Masonic Temple. It runs Friday through Sunday. So you can pack in Noel night and the Craft Fair. If you're feeling adventurous and motivated you did this weekend. More than one hundred will be there for the fourteenth edition of the celebration of independent and unique arts. And I've been a few times I can tell you. They're definitely unique. You want to know more you can check that out at Detroit. Urban Craft Fair Dot Com. Now put a link in the show notes all right that'll do it for today's show a reminder that daily destroyed people powered so there are three ways to help if you can I leave a review on apple podcast. We got a new five star one so thanks so much second. Tell a friend about the show. The more people who know about daily Detroit and how how we pushed a traits conversation forward the better and third. If you can only if you can't will always be free to access but becoming a member helps membership matters. It helps pay for all of this. You can join those cool people for just a few bucks. A month at patriotic dot com slash. Join Patriot dot com slash. 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"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Along the Detroit River in to try to call for lower drug prices that's at some bills have been introduced in the state that would enable Michigan to import reduced price of prescription drugs from Canada instead of going to Canada and buying them Americans I should say are paying the highest cost of pharmaceutical than anybody else in the entire world on and that is just needs to stop that's a R. P. Michigan's at Melissa Seifert and she says thirty three percent in Michigan are not filling their prescriptions because of the high cost a welfare rights group is calling on the state Senate GOP leader to pause the work real requirements for some seven hundred thousand Medicaid recipients who could lose their health insurance if they don't find a job the Republican legislature said if you want to keep these Medicaid healthcare benefits that you now have you need to find a job well there are some exemptions to that there are also some barriers according to gilded Jacobs who runs the Michigan league for public policy there are a lot of barriers to you folks for being able to get a Japanese look in rural Michigan where you don't have any kind of public transportation where you might not even be near a job where there may be childcare problems please check ups on off the record says the Republicans never put the money in for those programs reporting from Washington script W. W. Jane newsradio nine fifty WWJ news time is now ten twelve it's a new effort in the ongoing battle against the high cost of higher education of the fifteen public universities across the state it ranks nine when talking about cost we're also the university that has had the lowest tuition increases over the past decade president of Central Michigan University Robert Davies in fact one of the things that we just implemented this year it is college a package that one twitching does increase the scholarship also increases so in other words if we raise tuition hypothetically by two percent the scholarships go up to percent on top of that the president Davey says CMU and all schools need to continue to become more self efficient we need to continue to battle the public perception that higher education is out of touch.
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The Detroit River at our the our contents of a recent viral video Detroit police captain divine Johnson says the cost of the damages will add up to the charges the a river which is definitely an environmental hazard so we'll definitely look into that aspect Johnson says police are asking the public's help to find the suspects including the camera man who could be charged as well Detroit to police are also say if you were a victim in this video please file a report with them as their investigation continues the attorneys general from every state in Washington DC as well as a dozen phone companies say enough is enough with these legal Wrobel calls CBS news technology reporter Larry Maggie tells W. W. J. the new effort has a better chance of working due to a certain piece of technology there is something called earth shaking and don't ask me what it stands for but it's a acronym for some technology that gives each phone call of a digital fingerprint kind of look at digital DNA and it works similar to waiting corruption work for you have a handshake between the two parties in cell based on at least the theory behind house there shaking should work it should mean that when you get a call you know who it's from you have a fair if I check in somebody's driver's license a yeah you really are you Meg it says that that could make it easier for customers to block calls in the AG's to prosecutor for violations of those illegal robocalls what he'd rather talk is about anything else but the superintendent of a west Michigan school district says their new high school under construction is designed to protect against an active shooter Bob Shimoni akka superintendent of the fruit ports community school says the school will have curved hallways to reduce a gunman's range that is due to be in the hall way and an active shooter start shooting a student can duck behind the cement barrier which is adjacent to a classroom door and so hopefully they could get support from within the classroom to get in that door he also says a forty million dollar project will be complete in the summer of twenty twenty one he says he's been getting positive responses from parents about the school's design controversy in the town of Marysville in St Clair county last night from one of the candidates running for city council Jeanne Kramer was asked for her thoughts on diversity in the area of Saint Clair county just south of port Huron my suggestion recommendation keep it merry's Val a white community as much as possible Kramer went on to say she didn't want any foreign born residents the other candidates in the form run by local radio station W. P. H. M. said they were stunned by those remarks a major gaming event is coming to Detroit this weekend W. W. J. sports anchor Ryan Willie has.
"detroit river" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Repair there and the same goes for large street east bound between Washington Boulevard and crystal that is completely closed due to the emergency sinkhole appears please asking that you avoid the area there and the forecast today high of seventy four mix of clouds and sun today but mostly sunny skies will see below fifty six tonight cloudy skies and a high of seventy four tomorrow completely study for us tomorrow right now we're taking a look at a current temp of sixty five and the sunny skies from the town hall dot com newsroom the Atwater beach name on the Detroit River is going away the Detroit riverfront Conservancy says it will be renamed Robert C. Val the part and that name honors the former chairman of Kerr hurt incorporated following a donation from the Molly and mark bell the family fun the park is currently under construction in the twenty six hundred block of Atwater and will be open at this fall also be Detroit is a logical society NDT energy are working together to reach the goal of having the Detroit zoo completely powered by renewable energy and they announce partnership yesterday with the zoo joining DTE ease my green power program utility will build wind farms in mid Michigan to provide the energy for this if we update traffic and weather for times an hour I'm James Johnson on the patriot FM one a one point five and eight forty excuse me yes in case you haven't noticed advertising is changed over the years now there's digital sales around when a customer does a search to they find your business or the competition.
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Three hundred thirteen pound blocks of dry ice in just two hours today her country was among those in line he lost power last night there was none there around eleven o'clock shut off I don't know what's going on got to get some nice elbows as their now close for the day but will be getting a nother shipment of dry ice tomorrow W. W. J. news time six so six new this hour trying to identify a body pulled from the Detroit River that's what police in Windsor are doing following a search for a swimmer that went missing Friday evening the major crimes branch says the male body was pulled me day off peach island just east of Belle Isle the disease mail is believed to be the same person police were searching for photos are up on our website W. W. J. news radio dot com meantime a sad update to an earlier story on W. W. J. the body of a man missing a Lake Erie has been found the Monroe County sheriff's department says a boater found forty seven year old Berle steals body this morning about five hundred yards from where the dive team was searching Steelers from mommy Ohio a thirty say steel fell under the boat Saturday night after hit the wake of another boat in the lake near would take peninsula he was not wearing a life jacket WDBJ news time six so seven Toyota has some big plans for next year's Olympics here's WWJ auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert with the twenty twenty Olympics in Tokyo expect Japan's biggest car maker to be front and center and not just with vehicles Toyota today showing off furious technologies including a mascot a robot and a robot that brings back javelins Toyota also as plans for some sort of flying car at the very least elaborate drone that by some reports will be used to light the Olympic torch Jeff W. W. W. J. Freddie go nine fifty WDBJ news time at six oh seven a we do have a recall of some ragu spaghetti sauce ms Kahn America issue the recall of the sauce because the jars may contain pieces of plastic they're not been any reports of injuries or complaints the sauce is covered by the recall include drug use chunky tomato garlic and onion Old World style meet in Old World style traditional the containers are sixty six ounces and have a cap codes from June anyone with the sauce can call the company to get a replacement coupon WDBJ news time six so wait it is time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids and from the idol downloader good traffic center brought to this hour by idle Dobbs BMW Rochester hills let's hit the roads with Katie well we have two new.
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The foot of Chalmers and the Detroit River or you own like two and a half to three schools in about a one dollar hold that while you're saying and and then another got kind of as a put on the part that's got el Grande he's been helping fill the sandbags he says they could do a thousand a day easy they just piling up and then the city workers come and put him in front of the homes along the east side canals where the water is so high some homes are already under water along the Jordan River on the east side Mike Campbell W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty WWE news out for a time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids from the automotive group traffic center brought you this hour by idle times be I'm doubly Rochester hills Jeff how we do it looking good out there I jam know what flashing red and blue lights out there no crashes no disabled vehicles to get in your way and a lot of the overnight works owns are wrapping up a tad early checking the triple a jam cams in Detroit I ninety four westbound from brush street to the lodge we see orange barrels up the left lane closed until five AM I six ninety six east bound from gross spectrograph should work crews continue to block the left lane and shoulder until six AM down river I seventy five north and south bonnet Allen wrote the left lane close for road work in fifty nine hall road east bound between Utica road and Van **** construction blocking two lanes until the fall and fifty nine westbound from crooks stopped like moving work crew blocking the left lane and shoulder and then ten the lunch between telegraph in a mile watch out for a moving work crew in the left lane our traffic tipster line two four eight four two three six W. W. J. in the idle dom motor group twenty four hour traffic center I'm.
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"At the foot of Chalmers and the Detroit River or you all polite two and a half to three schools in about a one dollar hold about a wide wide port Saint Anne and then another got kind of as a put on the part that's Darnell grant he's been helping fill the sandbags he says they could do a thousand a day easy they just piling up and then the city workers come in put in front of the homes along the east side canals where the water is so high some homes are already under water along the Jordan River on the east side Mike Campbell W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty a team from Ohio has gone missing here in Michigan after visiting with friends and family in the metro Detroit area newsradio nine fifty Stephanie Davis has more in the family's appeal for help eighteen year old heavily Sloan is from Middletown Ohio and she was visiting family here in metro Detroit but she was last seen at her best friend's home in Van Buren township back on July the sixth that France has heavily left her house around three AM that day Lucretia Crawford is heavenly is mom FFA sounds and sights on and somebody call this pick up the phone and call crime stoppers nine one one we just want to home everybody we love you we not loans we want to bring you home safely there's a ten thousand dollar reward in the case from crime stoppers make an anonymous tip at one eight hundred speak up Stephanie Davis WWJ newsradio nine fifty Morton votes wagon scheduling what they call an update on their global alliance with an early morning news conference tomorrow in New York a preview from W. W. J. auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert the CEOs of both companies expected to outline joint ventures to build electric an automated vehicles Navigant research analyst sample balsamic says this stance to save both Ford and Volkswagen a lot of money you know instead of both of them spending many tens of billions of dollars developing these technologies they can combine their their investments for VW earlier this year announced plans to jointly develop pick ups and commercial vehicles Jeff Gilbert W. W. J. forty go nine fifty have a chance to pick up some memorabilia from the Detroit Pistons and palace of Auburn hills an auction underway now features three thousand items including a sixteen foot pistons banner photo celebrating the championship teams as well as other seats in lockers the auction will end on different dates portion.
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The Detroit River run do a W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty oil prices are climbing as the tropical storm threat taking aim at the Gulf intensifies oil surged past sixty dollars a barrel on the combination of falling US supplies in a big storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico the American petroleum institute says U. S. crude stockpiles fell more than eight million barrels last week meanwhile chevron BP and shell evacuating most of their off shore employers and shutting down production at several sites as a tropical storm produce in the Gulf of Mexico seventeen percent of US crude output comes from the Gulf I'm going tensions between the US and Iran are also contributing to the rise in the price of oil that CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks city of Detroit putting thousands of young people to work this summer here's WWJ newsradio nine fifty Stephanie Davis more than eight thousand young people ages fourteen to twenty four will have a job this summer for six weeks through the city's grow Detroit's young talent program there more than five hundred job sites and city officials say their message is clear there's a place for you there is a future for you you are that future every experience you have it's part of creating your future in this city and it's part of leaving your legacy that's Nicole she RAR free men with the city the young people will be paid minimum wage the announcement was made here at Microsoft technology center which has a partnership with cold three one three that's a nonprofit that offers summer camps and training for youth in the technology field call three one three is employing seventy people Martel Welch is the founder director by we have some that.
"detroit river" Discussed on WJR 760
"Admitted to the hospital in that twister. We told you about in Lawrence Kansas, west of Kansas City, a disaster relief, build meantime, stalled in the US house House, Democrats have twice sought to win final congressional approval of the nineteen billion dollar disaster relief Bill through unanimous, consent and twice house. Republicans have objected, Kentucky, congressman Thomas Massie blocked. The Bill yesterday speaker, this house should have called a vote on this Bill before. Sending every member of congress on recess for ten days. This despite a plea from house majority leader Steny Hoyer needs to be passed as soon as possible for the welfare of our people, Democrats will likely try again tomorrow. And if that effort fails house passage by roll-call vote is expected next week to rebuild lender. Washington, Michigan state police have released a Romulus man who was taken into custody for two freeway shootings on I ninety four Monday and Tuesday mornings. We were telling you about this at this time yesterday. Police have not explained why they have released this man. No one was hurt in the separate shootings near I seventy five. Troy police are looking for a hit and run driver who killed an annaborough last Friday in the parking lot of five hundred Kurtz boulevard in Troy, man and woman have been charged for shootout that left three Detroit police officers wounded on the city's west side, that was more than a week ago as police tried to investigate an SUV in an alley. The chinese. Government is slammed the US for engaging with Taiwan and demands that the Trump administration cease, diplomatic engagements with Taiwan after a public meeting between top officials from the US anti Juan delta dental is donating five million dollars to the Detroit river riverfront conservancy for a new playground on the river from announcing our largest corporate gift in our sixty plus year history, a five million dollar investment in Detroit, west, west riverfront, and partnering with, with Mark and his team at the Detroit refund conservancy are five million dollars going to go to the delta dental play garden, delta dental making the announcement there on mackinac island with Paul W it'll be on the west riverfront park. The delta dental play garden governor John news time seven thirty three. Here's Steve Courtney, sports. All right, Richard, the Tigers blanked the Orioles in Baltimore last night, three nothing. Just a second wind in the last fourteen since may twelfth for the Tigers, what are the Orioles up to nothing? Good. They have lost sixteen of twenty they own. The worst record in the majors at seventeen and thirty eight Tigers owes wrap up the three game set seven five tonight Stanley Cup finals. Indeed tonight in Boston. Bruins hosting the blues, eight o'clock. They'll drop the puck right now. The Bruins up to a one nothing lead. All right, the NBA finals finally getting underway. Tomorrow night, nine o'clock in Toronto, the raptors hosting the warriors, I'll let you know Kevin Durant officially ruled out for game one tomorrow night. But he did make the trip on the charter to Toronto game too, isn't until Sunday. So we shall see. And once again, organized team activities firing backup for your Detroit Lions there in Allen park. Today through Friday, Steve Courtney, WGN, sports, traffic, and weather, first in the great outdoors, get back to a place where nature leaves up to which.
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"And more. Cheers thirty. Never stops. On Detroit's number one news to Asia. This radio nine fifty w w ta severe weather in Texas claims the lives of two children in car. Hit by falling tree as severe weather. Sweeps across the south CBS news is next in the latest on a fire raging on an island in the Detroit. River this morning on this Sunday, fourteen April, thanks for joining us. I'm Rhonda w w j at seven thirty one CBS news update, no relief today from those deadly storms that have been pounding the nation south this weekend to children are confirmed dead in Texas, and there may be other fatalities sheriff Gerald yelich is in Robertson county in that state. We had a potential tornado touchdown on the outside of city Franklin. There's quite a bit of damage to resident mobile homes returned over somewhere, severely damaged CBS, Hillary lane with the latest on the fallout and other states in Louisiana. The storm system dumped heavy rain causing flash flooding that left cars and trucks struggling the drive-thrus emerge roads. And highways. Forecasters say the system should shift to the Ohio valley and southeast on Sunday. There were suspected tornadoes reported overnight in parts of Alabama. And also in Vicksburg Mississippi. There are reports of flash flooding in some areas and more than one hundred forty thousand customers lost electricity in four states CBS news update and Allison key. You're listening to NewsRadio nine fifty and Troy right now a metro airport were dealing with sleet and thirty seven degrees thirty nine and rain downtown high today of forty four. W w j news time is seven thirty two. Canadian fire. Crews continue battling a fire on fighting. I land in the Detroit river this morning. This is the Marsh fire mostly contained, although they're still dealing with hotspots and putting stamping out the final flames. It'll depend a lot on the wind right now. No injuries reported no threat to the community. And no concern of toxins in the air at fire on that island offshore from wind doc could be seen for several miles hunting dogs that live on the island or okay evacuations not necessary buildings on the island. Not damaged officials expected update that situation later this.
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The Detroit river, here's water and sewage department CEO Gary brownies spoke live on W w j about how long this could last normally three or four days, we're going to have to I make the repair which will take about six hours normally, and then we're going to have to flush that particular line. We're going to have to disinfect the line. And then we're going to have to do sampling over the next forty eight hours before we can lift the ball. Water alert is going to be somewhere around Wednesday or Thursday prior to. To water alert being lifted. Brown says the pipe was built in the eighteen hundreds the advisory expected to last until likely Thursday, Detroit. Police say two people are dead following a crash involving a D dot boss. Here's our Ingrid Kelly. The investigation continues into what led to this double fatal crash involving a D dot bus. The incident happened on Curtis near seven mile police say a nineteen ninety nine accurate was traveling southbound on Meyer when it hit the D dot bus, traveling eastbound on Curtis striking the rear driver's side upon and Pat the rear seat passenger in the vehicle was thrown through the front windshield landing on the hood of the vehicle. Unfortunately, police say that person passed away. Police also say the front seat passenger was found unresponsive in the front passenger seat. The unidentified driver was transported to a local hospital. And we're told that person is fighting for their life Charlene flowers lives near the crash site and had this to say what my mind right now. Now is just people. They do all the time though, they treat this intersection. As as if it's a raceway where they just down the street off a long like they're seen an accident almost every day almost every week stay with w w j for the very latest on this developing story Ingrid Kelly w w j NewsRadio nine fifty w w j news time to forty four. If you don't renew your CPL. Are you a felon? I'm Charlie Langton with the Langton Reeves a license to own a gun in Michigan. Well, it's good for five years. And at the end of five years, you must renew it. But some people forget and the penalty is absolutely draconian. That's attorney and second amendment advocate. Jim mcculskey who says that you'd be looking at five years in prison if you fail to renew your CPL ridiculous when you consider that no one is actually harmed by this. The penalty of five years in prison justifiable. Although some may say yes mcculskey is hoping that the law will change if you're still pissed license had expired, but it had. In less than one year, and you're caught with a firearm. It would only be a misdemeanor rather than a five-year selling bottom line, it only costs a hundred and five.
Waymo sets up subsidiary in Shanghai as Google plans China push
"On the auto beats another sign that China is getting interested in self driving vehicles China's very congested and automated vehicles could be a way to ease that congestion the. More autocratic style of government could. Also allow the technology to be deployed faster. With fewer lawsuits that's attracting the interest of car and tech companies even as Google remains out of the China market itself driving arm Waymo is setting up a subsidiary in
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"A two right now in Clinton township in lavonia it's sixty one degrees now this. Sounds like a great idea tiger, fans will start seeing something new at Comerica park this afternoon the team. Working with Mahindra. Automotive well launched t-shirts balls and other merchandise right into. The crowd Mahindra's rocks or off road vehicle equipped with a super. Launcher we'll be driving around between innings, and shooting things to fans were told the launcher is so powerful some of the items will fly into the upper deck so heads up Roar of hydroplane boats it'll. Be heard throughout the weekend along the Detroit river, we get more from WW Jade NewsRadio nine fifty s Mike Campbell workers are pounding steaks and putting up tents ahead of the, Gold Cup hydroplane races the spirit of, Detroit hydro fest on the Detroit river this year the director of operations Tom Levitt says interest in. This race is growing we have encouraged everyone to calm and we're looking to try to get the. Younger crowd but our. Ticket, sales are fifteen percent above ever. Okay so we're doing real good the best seats are reserved and. For a price but the director of operations who's in charge of all that five miles of land from right in front of the riverfront says if you. Want to pay the park see go on. Belle isle and you can. Watch it for free at. The Detroit beach in Detroit Mike Campbell w j NewsRadio, nine fifty tomorrow Morning the. Big switch is happening, on six ninety six eastbound traffic directed to the other side of the freeway eastbound traffic will be driving on the new pavement three, lanes of traffic traffic will be crossed over right around. Cousins just east of I seventy five three lanes will. Crossover you'll be able to, drive sixty, miles an hour on the. Westbound side of the, freeway on the new pavement you'll Silvio the exit to Klender, you'll be able to exit mound and Akra spec and. Then you'll, be able to get. Anywhere you need to ninety four Easter west and. That's project manager Alan Ostrovsky w. w. j. will be out there tomorrow morning to check, it out for you and report hey you may. Want. To head to Lansing this. Weekend as the greater Lansing balloon festival is being, held a WW Jay's Beth Fisher with details live and local Beth Tom these hot air balloons will compete Friday and Saturday and, then at night there will be a, balloon glow with a static display of the balloons with their burners lighting up the fabric of the. Balloons festival chair and pilot Jody leather berry He. Says flying in a hot air balloon is just great oh it's. Awesome I'm a thirty five year, veteran pilot and my. First flight feels like it happened yesterday and every flight I take it's just magical leather. Berry says there will, be kids activities food and drank. Admission ten dollars per car which will go to, Lansing promise a scholarship program reporting live Beth. Fisher WW j. NewsRadio nine according to. Four top singer Duke. Fakir Aretha Franklin's last word was Bernadette faquir says Franklin's family let him talk to her on the phone, few, days before she died but they warned him she was not very responsive faquir told her how much he missed seeing her he says her family told him. That, her, eyes opened up and all of a sudden she. Said Bernadette and that, was the last thing she ever said he says that was her favourite four top song figure says he stopped going funerals five years, ago because he lost so many He loved ones but he says he will be at Aretha Franklin's because she was family.
Judge orders trial of Michigan official over Flint deaths
"Michigan's top, health. Official will be standing trial manslaughter charges stemming from Flint's legionnaires outbreak NewsRadio nine fifty Jason Scott reports particular, sleeve, rehashing testimony district court judge David Goggin. HS took nearly three hours to finalize his decision to send Nick Lyon to. Trial attorney John Bursch, tells me he's disappointed, judge went on for two hours summarizing all of the prosecution's best testimony and didn't take. Into account any of the contrary testimony. Ending the disputes but leave all that aside. It doesn't matter we, gave twenty pages of. Legal arguments. In our closing brief explaining why none of these charges. Have, legal validity he did. Not address a single one of those twenty, pages, because, of, that Nick Lyon is set to appeal he faces two counts of involuntary manslaughter one count misconduct in office a. Trial date has yet to be
"detroit river" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"News time nine thirty four what a beautiful ceremony in Detroit to honor a fallen police officer that it tried police harbormasters new boat is named shark to honor one of their own w w J's Charlie Langton is live and local from, the, Detroit. River now Charley yeah Roberta this is actually shaping up to. Be quite a nice ceremony let me get a little history here back in the. Eighteen hundreds the harbor mouth so that was kind of the Detroit. Police patrolling the Detroit river they actually patrol the Detroit river using. Paddle boats while Klotz changed and today a brand new state of the art rescue vessel. Will be christened Patty Cucolo she is executive director of. The Detroit public safety foundation. So What is a brand new vessel that has nuclear, detection capabilities and it's forty feet long and it's called the shark after captain styles and, then or captain Kenneth style he was killed, in the line of duty back in September of two thousand sixteen the Christian the formal. Ceremony will take place a little bit later on the sporting reporting live here on the riverfront new try Charlie Langton WJ NewsRadio nine fifty WWE news time is nine thirty five a rare summer session for the state supreme court this morning, going, on. Right about now nine thirty to determine whether a state ballot. Proposal on redistricting should be decided by voters supporters say stay lawmakers redraw legislative district. Boundaries to the party's advantage they want an independent commission to do. The job opponents to the ballot proposal say it's important enough to. Be decided in that constitutional convention instead of the voting booth state appeals court in June. Ruled the proposal could be prevented her presented to the..
Girl killed while looking for help after surviving dad's drunk crash
"About the information that. Was taken from the Democrats in two thousand sixteen he says the information was true was it some reading of facts wasn't some forgery effects that's the important thing that I'm. Trying to point that I'm trying to make was this any false information planted No it wasn't Putin denied in his summit meeting aftermath with. President Trump that Russia had done, any interference or hacking in connection with the twentieth sixteen presidential election President, Trump plans to meet with some lawmakers today who have gone after him for. Those remarks following, the summit meeting with Putin WJR news time six thirty one on accused swindler who was accused of stealing money from churches has been arrested in Florida for stealing more than one hundred twenty thousand dollars from a church in Florida, this man's from Detroit, Robert Mosely was. Investigated several years ago for taking. Money from some Detroit, churches who he duped into rejoining his, money were for a children's lunch program was swindle he was never charged in Detroit but Moseley is. Charged in, Florida for grand theft. And money laundering a delta flight from Detroit to Kansas. City made an emergency landing because of engineers use the delta flight had a fuel leak the plane landed safely A big symbolic step to be taken. Today, in the construction of the new bridge. Over the Detroit river the officials from Canada Michigan will be in the del Rey section of southwest Detroit and they'll, turn the first ceremonial shovels of dirt for the Gordy Howe international bridge project charges are pending against the drunk driver who seven year old daughter, was hit by a car and killed while trying to get help for her dad is in a hospital with a head injury the girl seven-year-old to Sandra Thomas was texting Romulus police. Asking for help for, her father she thought the father was dead after that drunken father crashed his car on I ninety four. Later they found to Sandra's body in the median she. Was hit and killed by a, woman driver who didn't see her in the darkness that woman was. Released a Warren man schedule to be sentenced today for the murder of his aunt and uncle who raised him Joseph borough yard. Was convicted of life Of first degree murder and he'll get a mandatory life prison term for. The murders of sixty, seven year old Stephen Collins and his Sixty-six-year-old wife Cynthia WJR, news time six thirty three here's Shawn baligian sports well good morning good. Morning everybody very memorable homerun derby last night Bryce Harper he makes the hometown happy he knocks off Kyle Schwab are in the final by a score of nineteen eighteen to win the homerun derby all star game. Tonight ex sure remember him he gets the start for the National League Chris sale will. Be making his third straight start. For the American League the lions and defensive end Ziggy Ansah were, unable to come to terms on a long. Term deal by the four o'clock deadline yesterday thus the former pro bowler will play for the franchise tag in. Twenty eighteen and become an unrestricted free agent after the season hey speaking.
Ford agrees to $299.1 million U.S. Takata air bag settlement
"Fifties Lauren Bartholdi reports, through, is, reported an engine problem to air traffic control flight nine twenty three was supposed to land at Kansas City international airport anyway and when it did it, was greeted by fire crews who sprayed one of the rear mounted engines, with foam there were one. Hundred seventeen people on board, no injuries have been reported Lorraine. Berthold WJ NewsRadio nine fifty It was a peaceful resolution in southwest Detroit after hours. Of, negotiations between police and a barricaded gunman the sixty year old suspect taken into custody. Along Ethel. Street near Schaffer and fort police commander, DARREN'S logic says the. Final hour of negotiations which began around nine o'clock yesterday morning started to break down which time we. Decided to deploy a chemical agent we after doing so the man promptly surrendered right now our. Officers are. Executing a search horrible. Location we recovered several guns and the, suspect is injured our officers are uninsured the threat to the public is over and we're thankful for a peaceful resolution excessive, drug use the suspect what led up to the argument with his girlfriend then. That led to a shot being fired inside the home the woman and. Her young daughter were not injured they were the ones who call the police the body of a woman has. Been pulled from the Detroit river officers with. The Detroit police undercover underwater. Recovery team making the discovery yes Yesterday near a fishing pier about noon they had been searching all weekend for a woman who went missing in the water near Belle isle Saturday afternoon old Danny Smith of Southfield was with friends when she jumped in the water and did not resurface the medical examiner now working to confirm the identity. Of that body Ford reportedly agreeing to pay nearly three, hundred million dollars in settlement money, to drivers. Of vehicles with faulty Takata airbags here's the latest. From WWE ought to, be reporter Jeff Gilbert forward payments slightly higher than settlements with Toyota BMW Mazda, Subaru in these on the Detroit News reporting that the amount was revealed in, court documents this comes in addition to an earlier settlement with. Takada which is now in bankruptcy and has no. More ability to pay Ford's case it's recalled. Three point eight million vehicles with the faulty Takata airbags about a quarter of those recalled vehicles have been repaired Jeff Gilbert w w..
Second-generation firefighter killed battling blaze near Yosemite National Park
"And applying more scrutiny to green card applications new flare up of violence between israel and the palestinian militant group in the gaza strip cbs news correspondent robert berger reports from jerusalem prime minister benjamin netanyahu issued a top statement after israeli warplanes attacked more than forty hamas targets in gaza netanyahu said israel delivered the most severe blow to hamas since the gaza war four years ago and what escalate the attacks if necessary the military said the air strikes were retaliation for more than three months of palestinian violence on the gaza border robert berger cbs news jerusalem for democrats hoping to seize back the us house amid a purported blue wave of liberal enthusiasm against president donald trump michigan could deliver a key victory or two but that will not come easily two years ago the traditional battleground state win for trump leaving shellshocked democrats scrambling to rework their strategy in the midwest ww jay news time eight thirty four it's an update to a story we've been following here on ww michigan state police say crews continue to search for the twenty six year old woman who was off a boat docked at a beach near belle isle troopers dp drivers and coast guard and conservation officers are scanning the waters after someone called nine one one about a woman going overboard into the detroit river around three thirty this afternoon witnesses say they saw the woman go under but never resurface michigan state police say they are searching the shoreline while the us coastguard and michigan dnr searched the water in the summer outing turns tragic near newport news virginia we get details now from cbs news correspondent jim krasula two people are missing after their pleasure boat hit an oyster barge on the james river near portsmouth in the hampton roads area of southeastern virginia good samaritans in other boats rescued four people who were thrown into the water two of them were critically hurt the us coastguard is investigating the accident jim krasula cbs news california officials say a firefighter has been killed while battling a wildfire near yosemite national park heavy fire equipment operator brayden varney was killed this morning while battling the ferguson fire no other details about his death were released the fire broke out around ten thirty friday night near the west end of yosemite national park in the sierra national forest fire.
Jaskirat Sidhu, driver of semitruck that crashed into Humboldt Broncos team bus, arrested and charged
"Matt co tool truck heading north slammed into their van that van carrying nine one a sixty year old man was killed on the scene reports now saying a second victim may have died at a hospital eight others including the matt codriver they were taken to local hospitals to people are in critical condition the group was said to be returning from caldere's dairy farm in the city of carlton it couldn't get much worse for twelve tied children and their soccer coach as they begin a third week trapped in a flooded cave oxygen levels are low and monsoon rains are continuing that may be forcing divers to attempt a rescue before the children are ready oxygen is running out do all the rescue personnel breeding inside the cave down to an alarming fifteen percent these ties you'll commander said we originally thought the boys could stay safe inside the cave for quite some time but circumstances have changed we have limited time crews are rushing to install a three mile long oxygen to and are pumping out as much water as possible before monsoon rains forecast for this weekend threatened to raise the water level again making a rescue nearly impossible cbs news correspondent ben tracy reporting from the scene there's been an arrest in connection with that bus crash that killed sixteen members of the canadian junior hockey team sixteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death thirteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily injury police say the driver of the semi trailer that collided with a bus carrying the humboldt broncos hockey team had been charged with multiple counts in the incidents w w j news time nine thirty four one of the boats used to take people to bob lo island goes up in flames today on the detroit river ww jane newsradio nine fifties john hewitt reports from the scene built in nineteen ten the ss saint clair was in the process of a multi year restoration that was nearing completion i'm told with today's fire broke out just devastating that's all i can say just devastating cliff jones work security here where the saint clair was docked near the riverside marina and saw what he said was white smoke coming from the boat around eleven thirty in the morning immediately called nine one one because i know would project could take off pretty quickly especially in the wind the first fire truck came they seem to have run out of water and then it took like twenty minutes for the rest of them to get things up by that time it was just out of control the damage at least to the naked eye extensive but the owners of the saint clair tell me if at all possible they will resume their restoration efforts along.
Boat that ferried passengers to Boblo Island catches fire
"The hospital we'll have the latest plus eatright or sharing their memories of the bob low boat let's detroit has been around since i was a kid i'm vicki thomas triple digit heat in the last making battling wildfires difficult while the latest details for feldman we'll here we'll be here to break down the day on wall street and talk with that jobs report good afternoon i'm russ mcnamara for ww j newsradio nine fifty fran willing with sports at four forty five talking tigers and world cup wwl news time is four thirty one developing new set of monroe county where a rollover crash leaves nine people injured in one person debt it happened on telegraph near hice road frenchtown township north of monroe the reports that several people were trapped after the van possibly a special needs van rolled over at least two of the nine victims are in critical condition there were taken to area hospitals once transported by helicopter the crash is closed both sides of telegraph it's police continue to investigate a piece of nostalgia for many in michigan goes up in flames about once used to ferry passengers to bob lo island the ss sinclair caught fire while docked on the detroit river the cause is unknown and detroit police chief james craig says there are no injuries fortunately as the commissioner pointed out no injuries no injuries firefighters police officers and so but we are going to move forward investigation the other bob low boat is being restored in new york state i'm vicki thomas along detroit's riverfront kimberly hill works here at morgan estates off saint jean in east jefferson she saw the smoke and walk down to the waterfront to see the old bob low both going up in flames they went down what did you see i just saw the smoke lots of smoke and a little bit of fire quickly turned into a big fire and then the fire department running their hoses and whatnot china reach it on the water and she says it's very sad let's detroit it's been around since i was a kid this is where we went on our class trips and senior trips that's we went to bob lo island so it was it's kind of sad to watch vicki thomas ww j newsradio nine fifty this man has plenty of memories from bob lo island about thirty years ago my wife on her side of the family they gave a picnic primary union here and i mean people came from mississippi alabama georgia and we took him out on the bob low boat rolling up the river to the island and people still talk about that trip to that island today we want to hear your favorite memories from bob lo island the w j listen line is open at two four eight three two seven twenty nine forty nine your story may be shared.
"detroit river" Discussed on WJR 760
"Believe if somebody brings a geiger counter or something out there it's just going to the needle is going to go right off the scale if they talked about how much of the property ford is going to purchase and what the plans are to remediate some of that gotta believe contaminated ground and when the first people will start to move in there now we check the ford is going to have some kind of a formal announcement next week detailing their their their their larger plans for courtown but we do know that like they have purchased the train station they purchased deep the old tps book depository building the jason to the train station we don't know what they're in full use our plans are and and it's gonna be a multi year undertaking before it's not gonna move into mara this not moving ready class a real estate is going to be hundreds of millions of dollars one to restore these buildings and the same time you know deal like you said the toxic wasted might be buried beneath and and in around the facility and then how do you deal with the old trains train tracks that run through the back of that there still is for people's knowledge it's still is existing trains in you train tracks in use behind the building that run into the tunnel that goes under the detroit river international crossing i know this because if you get too close to it you'll you'll you'll get met by the border police in fact i've reported many years ago at the free press that they wanted to convert that tunnel into a a bigger tunnel and the maroons blocked it so they actually have have tried to stop some development over there today it sounds like they're going to be part of some amazing development over there so it's it's it's a it's a huge story you.
"detroit river" Discussed on WJR 760
"That would be part of the the tourist attraction like the national aquarium in baltimore has but again these are all wonderful ideas and we we've got a concept and we everybody we've talked to is is very enthusiastic but you know it's a big deal and we still have to work out the funding package and we have to work out the site and in a number of other things first of all we need somebody like the home depot owner who could be a benefactor with that kind of cash and and that would be number one but barring that i would think you you perhaps have to think about the way we we've helped to fund the zoo with they with attacks in the area to is possible as well well i think first of all i know that you have an extraordinary listening audience so i'm kinda crossing my fingers that somebody listening right now is gonna raise their hand and say you know i could help in a significant way we do envision that this probably requires you know it's a heavy left so it requires private funding and and potentially some public funding from the state and or city region whatever where you know we we really want to go for as little public funding as possible and try to make this work through earned revenue and and philanthropic support and and corporate support sponsorships things like that so we're we're not at the point where where we know exactly what that mix would look like but our first stop is certainly not the public funding side yeah yeah i i hope that you can incorporate the detroit river into the aquarium and i'm sure you would because the seattle aquarium is when it comes to mind immediately were there they incorporate puget sound that got a salmon ladder there.
"detroit river" Discussed on WJR 760
"So in that case which is not the case for michigan central station well not know that it is it is you know we we had our crain's detroit homecoming there last fall and big dinner there in the concourse and that was that was a pretty big undertaking for the maroon companies to to pull off and and but they've gotten a lot of of of looks at the building ever since and and and just no last year or so you know in that maroon came out publicly and said that he'd like to maybe see trains integrated in a redevelopment of the building so that you know 'cause they're still train tracks running there there's still a train that runs by there every day it goes into the tunnel underneath the detroit river so the viability of it to be a transportation hub of some sort is still there and think about board they are they've got a company called chariot a ridesharing company that they are reportedly going to be expanding in detroit this this summer now they're hiring drivers right now so consider the idea of of four chariots coming coming and going at the train station and potentially some type of intermodal service there's there's a lot of possibilities here but getting getting this building redeveloped in making the numbers work is is is the biggest challenge of a mall so in four didn't deny are reporting yesterday that they are they are indeed looking at the building for possible sale purchase we're going to talk to somebody about that in the next day or two by the way i found the page i ripped out of the current crain's detroit business under the headline with roads in shambles regional transit remains a tough sell in the suburbs you took a bite out of that.
"detroit river" Discussed on WJR 760
"On news talk seven sixty wjr fifty seven degree raise the wjr colony marine boating report lake saint clair west wins five to ten knots a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon waves of two feet or less on lake sinclair the detroit river and the west shore of lake erie and also southerly huron i'm dick haefner wjr news more news at seven thirty or whenever news breaks the paul w smith show news talk seven sixty wjr good friday morning to you it is the ninth day of june the one hundred sixty a day of 2017 there were two hundred five days left in the year make each and every day cowed each day is a gift coming up at two seven sixteen makombe county public works commissioner congresswoman candace miller go tell us about her visit to washington dc had nothing to do with the hearing as yesterday but she did see the president and said he seemed very relaxed does that elite did she she leaking is leaking the president was very relaxed i i still like the the line yesterday from rubio to call me the only thing that leaked is that the president of the united states was not under investigation don't you find that to be a little odd which was a complete and perfect and correct indictment of the institutional media that had their heads handed to them in many respects yesterday.