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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:23 min | Last week

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The crash confidential, So no names have been released. Counselors, social workers and psychologists will be on hand this week as they were on Saturday to help students who are grieving. Stephanie Davis W W. J NEWS Radio 9 50 investigation underway in Harper Woods after a woman was found dead. This weekend, Officers called to a home on Woodside. You're Kelly of morons around 12 45 this morning A 37 year old woman was found deceased. Cause of death under investigation. Anyone with information you're asked to call Harper Woods Police Or call Crimestoppers with your anonymous tip at 1 800 speak up. W W News time 704 the numbers keep climbing. With the Corona virus in Michigan. More than 115,000 people have had confirmed cases since mid March. But state health officials reporting more than 90,000 people have also recovered, including an additional 5000 this past week. The chief medical executive doctor Journey, Kell do warns that this virus can impact everyone in different ways. But there's evidence that some people have inflammation of their heart, something called mile card itis, which can also have significant long term consequences. And Children are not spared from this disease. Either. Studies show that while Children are less likely to get severely ill from covert 19, they still can and they can also pass it on to others, including adults. Pal Doon says some people will have no symptoms, while others who had a prolonged recovery. I've had two had lung transplants or go on dialysis. Verona is really that's the new ad campaign. You may have seen up on billboards around town as well. Those TV encouraging young people on why they need to mask up and to keep social distancing with this pandemic. At a scene a spike in covered cases on campuses around Michigan. Bt E. Energy CEO Jerry Anderson among business and community leaders, appointed by the governor to oversee this campaign. He was speaking about it on this week's edition of Michigan Matters. People have been hearing you know where a man's social distance and they were just shedding it. And so we concluded that we really needed to encourage people to hang in there, but we needed a new way to do that, And we needed a way to do that. That that would reach the demographic that was driving the cases. Michigan matters every Sunday morning at 11 30 on CBS 62 as the fight against Cove, it continues. One community is also fighting back. Against mosquito borne diseases. Here's W W James Greg Woman Warm Air Jim Fats says he's determined to do everything it can to provide residents with extensive measures to protect them against West now virus Zika and Eastern equine encephalitis, along with other mosquito and tick related illnesses. About, says the second application of a mosquito control briquette repellent has been applied to more than 17,000 City catch basins. Over the last decade, Michigan has become the second largest state for deaths through the West, now virus they State Health Department has also reported 20 confirmed cases of Tripoli. File says some advice to avoid mosquitoes avoid outdoors from dusk to dawn without protection. Cover up even when it's hot and use insect repellent to protect exposed skin or clothing. Greg Bowman w W. J News radio 9 50 heated words and worn as two groups protest it and rallied across from each other along Hoover Road at this weekend. Several groups led by the group. Detroit will breathe gathering in support of a black family that's had their home and vehicles vandalized and shot up across the way. Another group From a back the blue campaign. Yelling and screaming, to be sure, but police say there were no arrests. Still to come this morning on W. W. J. The deadline is looming in auto talks in Canada. I'm a little beat reporter Jeff W. W. J News time is seven away traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights. We checked the roads. It's early Sunday with Marty. But Fellini Endless rows are looking really good. We're using the triple A jam cams to make sure of that responsible By really florist. We have no crashes right now on Sunday morning, very, very light traffic values, and we also have a lot of construction, too. Plenty of orange barrels up along at West found I 96 especially in Jeffrey three way because it's closed from the Davison to outer drive until five o'clock tomorrow morning, including all the ramps in the area. Easy detour is simply take westbound. I 96 local lanes He's found I 94 from Trumbull to brush the right. Two lanes are closed at five tomorrow morning. Cell phone telegraph at the lodge. You will find just one lane open until three o'clock this afternoon. He's found I 94 the ramps are closed to I to 75 in both directions till about noon today. Is it river floors during their free cushion event. Sale price Seeing on Caris stand carpet flows Free Deluxe cares there in carpet cushion. That's an 8 50 per square yard Valu sell and soon at river floors in Bloomfield Hills. In the 24 hour Traffic center. I'm Marty, Buffalo. Any W W J NEWS RADIO 90 as we look at the W W. J AccuWeather forecast with meteorologist Matt Bands Plenty of sunshine and dry conditions to round out the weekend for today, Look for high 10 for this afternoon.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Good evening. Stephanie Davis top stories We're following. That is the Thursday September. The 10 2020 AccuWeather is calling for some sunshine returns tomorrow with temperatures back near 70 or warm up a little more heading into the weekend. The complete Thank you at the forecast is coming up already. Thing. Few Brian Thompson current temperature. In the city of Detroit. Where at 61 degrees under cloudy sky. Same thing at Metro Airport 61 degrees W. W J News time. 10 03 We are following a freeway closure in Wayne County tonight. Eastbound I 94 You're shut down at telegraph this evening. That's closed because of a crash will have Mork coming up when we check traffic and weather together at 10 08. And it's also developing police are on the scene of a barricaded gunman situation on the city's west side. This on Cherry lawn near London. Police responded to the block the 14,500 block of Cherry Lan. When a man barricaded himself inside. Police say two women may possibly be inside the house is well stay with W. W. J for the very latest on this story. President Donald Trump and free land for a campaign rally tonight, delivering remarks to supporters at an airport hangar at NBS International Airport. At one point, the crowd broke out. And to Ah chant. Saying. We love you then shifted to four more years. Stay with W W J firm or on this story. Meantime, a local journalist is kicked out of President Trump's rally in Michigan this evening. New York Times correspondent and former political reporter for the Detroit Free Press. Cathy.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Stephanie Davis for W W. J News Radio 9 50 on this Saturday. Showers are expected this afternoon and high will be around 80. Some heavier rain possible tonight into tomorrow. Complete, accurate forecast coming up already. Thank you, Carl Bobinsky current temperature. How did to the airport this time around? We're at 71 degrees, and mostly cloudy skies will update traffic and weather together in just a bit here at 108 W W J NEWS time. 105 students and others who may have come in contact with the South lie in high school student are being contacted after AH positive Cove it 19 test. The student participated in a sports conditioning session earlier in the week. In a letter to parents, the superintendent says the student participated in school activities Wednesday morning. All South Lyon high School activities have been cancelled, and the number of confirmed cases of the Corona virus in Michigan went over 81,000 on Friday, when the Health Department reported 734 new cases. Eight additional deaths were reported, bringing the total number of residents who have lost their lives due to the virus to 6199% of positive tests remains at around 3.5%. State officials also reported 438 people hospitalized with the virus. The corona virus, meantime, is causing blood clots in some patients. And a Warren woman is sharing her story as she continues to heal more than three months after contracting the virus back pain, sent Marianne Berg into ST John McComb Hospital in mid April, but it turned out to be something different to large blood clot on both lungs, and it was a virus in the blood Cloud Farm. A 70 year old who tested positive for Cove in 19 had to undergo an emergency procedure to treat her blood clots. Bergen's grateful of the doctors figured out her problem. Some doctors would not have caught that and I might have died. Bergen wasn't able to tell her husband what was happening to her because he was being taken from the hospital to a nursing home. To continue his healing after contracting the Corona virus from the Delta Dental Health Desk. Dr Deanna Lights the W. Jang News Radio, 9 51 07 is our time freedom for in Oakland County teen who was sent to a juvenile center for violating her probation by not doing her online school work. You're in the Corona virus Pandemic. WW Jay's legal analyst Charlie Langton, reports the Michigan Court of Appeals Order the immediate release of the 15 year old On Friday There was no reason given for the Court of Appeals order. Also, the Court of Appeals wants the parties to consider the judge's decision on its merits. But for right now, Grace is out of Children's village and she is home with her mother. Remember? Out of the last hearing that we heard it was the mother who said that she couldn't control grace that Grace beat her up A times and grace violated the terms of the probation. And yet now Grace is back with the mother. And this is a total change of pace, The student's mother says. They are both extremely and deeply appreciative of the outpouring of support from around the country and for Grace's release, a statement says the team is anxious to be with her family. W W J News time Now. Wanna wait? It is time for traffic and weather together. We do this every 10 minutes on the eight. Let's head right out to the roadway. Check in now, With Abby Ryan heads up. There is a total closure of I 94. Eastbound, gracious.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Stephanie Davis for W. W. Jamie's radio nine fifty on the Saturday sunshine will be returning to become breezy and milder in the Detroit area tomorrow highs in the mid fifties but with a shower complete accu weather forecast coming up thank you Carl the ban ski it is thirty four degrees in the city of Detroit cloudy skies there will update traffic and weather together at three oh eight W. W. J. news time three oh four we continue to follow the fight against corona virus here in Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer addressed Michiganders saying certain criteria need to be met to slowly start re opening businesses in the coming weeks and months the details now from W. WJZ Hewitt she has mentioned the first of may several times as a target date too slowly and strategically reopened select businesses across Michigan but for the first time governor Gretchen Whitmer has outlined some of the criteria she and health experts will be looking at including two employees of businesses interact with the public do they share equipment with colleagues where are they located in areas of possible covert hot spots and do they have employee screening capabilities in the workplace we're not there yet the rate of infection remains high especially in certain parts of our state and the threat of a second spike that overloads our hospitals is still very real if we don't get this right with over thirty thousand confirm covered cases in Michigan and more than twenty two hundred deaths the governor urges residents to continue to stay home and stay safe John Hewitt W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty one Republican senators have released a five point plan to re open Michigan business S. W. WJRT has details actually kind of a Jordi leader Mike Shirkey joined reverted to scene and we live on WWJ warning he says the proposal open Michigan safely is more than just a title I call it a transition that we have thousands of businesses across Michigan the nation and the world we're demonstrating that they can design their workplace to be a safe at work as it is at home jerky says the lack of input allowed from the governor Whitmer sort of forced their hand do you think that the governor has too much emergency power in Michigan I believe that the governor needs to have certain powers has she worked with you at all there's been no invitation yet we gauge in a robust conversation about how do we design and execute a transition I can guarantee you that the shutdown continues the extreme level what it is right now that we'll find out afterwards the treatment was worse than the than the actual disease Tom Jordan W. WJW nine fifty after coming off of off one of its best days with the lowest number of deaths reported Detroit is looking ahead mayor Mike Duggan says there is hope in the city is right we are beating this thing the number of people going into doctors and hospitals in Detroit is dropping by the day and those nine hundred seventy nine beds over the T. C. F. center I said ten days ago the report card of the city would be that and I never dreamed I would only have twenty one beds occupied after more than a week of being open the city of Detroit is reporting five hundred and eighty two desks and roughly seventy four hundred cases as of this morning the police chief in Highland Park is still battling the corona virus Detroit mayor Mike Duggan said Friday that chief Hilton Napoleon is off a ventilator and is now in stable condition the Polian had been on a ventilator and in the intensive care unit at a local hospital for several weeks a worker at the GM tech center in Warren has died of covert nineteen U. A. W. officials say the person worked for GM's janitorial vendor Aramark the Detroit threes manufacturing plants meantime are currently shut down to protect workers from exposure to the virus W. W. J. news time now three oh eight it's time for traffic and weather together we do this every ten minutes on the aids will start off with a look at your drive this morning no major problems as you make your way a quiet out there in this three o'clock hour and just a couple of notes in construction for later this morning I ninety six I should say I six ninety six west bound at Haggerty road the two right lanes will be closed starting at noon today we close from noon to around two o'clock and then I six ninety six east bound at orchard Lake Road the two right lanes will be closed at nine AM through.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Twenty I'm Stephanie Davis for W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty clouds will thicken up tonight we have more snow on the way into tomorrow morning I'll have the details of the complete accu weather forecast coming up all righty thank you Brian Thompson we will see snow and we'll tell you all about it in full forecast as you mention at ten oh eight current temperature in the city of Detroit with thirty six degrees under mostly clear skies W. W. J. news time ten oh three in Lansing Republican senators are out with a five point plan to re open businesses open Michigan safely proposal is calling for some parts of the economy to open right now this for businesses who can keep distance between workers and have protection equipment but also when coronavirus cases and deaths fall for five out of seven days and the healthcare system is below seventy five percent capacity the phased in openings could continue until there's no active spread for thirty days or a vaccine has been available for thirty days the thing is it's really not clear when that would be and there's no timeline on the proposal Jason Scott WWJ newsradio nine fifty there are now over twenty nine thousand two hundred positive coronavirus cases in Michigan the state says there were one thousand two hundred and four new cases confirmed today breaking down the numbers Detroit has the moles with seven thousand three hundred and eighty three cases and five hundred and forty six deaths elsewhere in Wayne County it is five thousand six hundred and nineteen confirmed cases and four hundred and thirty five deaths Oakland county is up to five thousand seven hundred and seventy eight cases and four hundred and twenty who have died Macomb county has three thousand nine hundred and ninety two positive cases and three hundred and fifty four deaths you can find a full rundown.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Stephanie Davis these are the top stories ahead the president is preparing to address coronavirus concerns from the White House stay tuned going to carry that address live Ian minutes governor Gretchen Whitmer providing recommendations to residents after two people test positive for covert nineteen that's ahead also coming up universities across the state offer online classes in the wake of the corona virus I'm John nine fifteen W. W. W. Detroit com station WWJ news time nine o'clock we go now to C. B. S. news for coverage of president Donald Trump addressing the nation from the oval office about the corona virus pandemic crisis full office address on the corona virus outbreak a source tells my colleague Ben Tracy the president is likely to declare a national emergency with respect to the outbreak such a move under the Stafford act would allow states to draw from tens of billions of dollars in the federal disaster relief fund it might also funds the federal government's own response efforts it's also possible the president will announce new travel restrictions on flights from certain European countries Italy's prime minister announced drastic measures to pay closing coffee shops restaurants and all but grocery stores Mr trump has come under criticism for sounding at times a bit cavalier about what Americans increasingly view was a crisis in the last week he's urged calm comparing the deaths from corona virus to deaths from the flu which she suggested is far more fatal and he's insisted the outbreak will just quote go away yesterday he said just that on a visit to the capital while asking fellow Republicans to back a stimulus package today the major stock indexes lost another five percent of their value Wall Street entered a bear market for the first time since the peak of the Great Recession tonight Mr trump seems intent on projecting an air of confidence and competent leadership we're told his senior aides Jared Kushner and Stephen Miller help shape the remarks it is eighth prime time address second from the setting the president's reserve for the matters of most grave national importance now from the oval office here's president Donald Trump my fellow Americans tonight I want to speak with you about our nation's unprecedented response to the corona virus outbreak that started in China and is now spreading throughout the world today the World Health Organization officially announced that this is a global pandemic we have been in frequent contact with our allies and we are marshaling the full power of the federal government and the private sector to protect the American people this is the most aggressive and comprehensive effort to confront a farm virus in modern history I am confident that by county and continuing to take these tough measures we will significantly reduce the threat to our citizens and we will ultimately and expeditiously to feed this virus from the beginning of time nations and people have faced unforeseen challenges including large scale and very dangerous health threats this is the way it always was and always will be it only matters how you respond and we are responding with great speed and professionalism our team is the best anywhere in the world at the very start of the outbreak we instituted sweeping travel restrictions on China and put in place the first federally mandated quarantine in over fifty years we declared a public health emergency and issued the highest level of travel warning on other countries as the virus spread it's horrible infection and taking early intense action we have seen dramatically fewer cases of the virus in the United States that are now present in Europe the European Union failed to take the same precautions and restrict travel from China and other hot spots as a result a large number of new clusters in the United States were seeded by travelers from Europe after consulting with our top government health professionals I have decided to take several strong but necessary actions to protect the health and well being of all Americans keep new cases from entering our shores we will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States for the next thirty days the new rules will go into affect Friday at midnight these restrictions will be adjusted subject to conditions on the ground there will be exemptions for Americans who have undergone appropriate screenings and these prohibitions will not only apply to the tremendous amount of trade and cargo but various other things as we get approval anything coming from Europe to the United States is what we are discussing these restrictions will also not apply to the United Kingdom at the same time we are monitoring the situation in China in the South Korea and as their situation improves we will re evaluate the restrictions and warnings that are currently in place for a possible early opening earlier this week I met with the leaders.

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U.S. confirms its first person-to-person coronavirus transmission

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

01:01 min | 8 months ago

U.S. confirms its first person-to-person coronavirus transmission

"As you just heard on CBS Illinois health officials are reassuring the public that despite the first person to person transmission of the coronavirus in the US the general public is not at risk Chicago public health department commissioner Alison awarded G. notes that the second victim is the husband of the Chicago woman who contracted the virus in China you do not have sign of spread in the general public at this time and there is no local emergency I'm ready says health officials are monitoring health care workers and others who have been in contact with the couple both of whom are in isolation and in stable condition email is a losing currently living in Taiwan says that she is taking precautions to keep from getting the corona virus Stephanie Davis teaches English in Taiwan where she has lived for several years now just following the news and taken the precautions that they shared washing your hands with soap which is something I normally do staying away from

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Stephanie Davis for W. W. chain newsradio nine fifty accu weather is calling full gave no rain possible early this morning along with areas of fog temptress generally steady in the mid to upper thirties a complete accu weather forecast is coming up thank you man fans it is thirty seven degrees and foggy out at the airport we are under that dense fog advisory now until eight AM later this morning from the National Weather Service on just about twenty minutes ago the fall could get dance in some spots leading to low visibility this morning stay with news radio nine fifty as we continue to follow this story W. W. J. news time three oh seven with global concern rising over the spread of the so called corona virus which originated in China there is now word of three Michigan patient cases that have been submitted to the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention for testing the news involves two patients from Washtenaw county and one from Macomb county all three individuals reportedly having traveled recently to China Lynn Safin is with the Michigan department of health and Human Services you know these things are happening quite rapidly but we have not had any confirmation there are only two known cases in the US at this time on a we are just urging individuals you know not to panic not to concern themselves on most of this is due to you know international travel to China so if you have not traveled there you know the likelihood of you getting this particular diseases corona virus you know CDC is saying quite low somethin saying the hope is to have test results back from the CDC within a few days so far there are only two confirmed cases of the corona virus in the United States but the number of cases around the world is climb sharply to more than eight hundred fifty John Hewitt W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. news time three oh eight whether together every ten minutes on the aids from the idol Dumbledore group traffic center brought to you this hour by B. M. W. of Rochester hills and o'neill Stevens what you're watching they're still watching that fox Stephanie this time out through those Tripoli jam cams we've found slow travel in the Farmington hills area cellphone eight to seventy five the connector there it I six ninety six the Novi area that interchange slowed also on M. fourteen through Plymouth that's the importing interchange to I two seventy five again and also by metro airport north and south I two seventy five it your Rico road allow for time and with that dense fog it's also affecting north of the city we only have one closer that's from an earlier crash last night actually it's affecting northbound I. seventy five it's still closed at your Rico road I'm sorry at US twenty four telegraph that's where it's close northbound seventy five US twenty four telegraph exit thirty five remains closed so continue north to exit thirty six Eureka you can head west on telegraph and then use speech delete or Rocco roads between Rican Pennsylvania to get around that closure will keep you updated another update in less than ten minutes make sure you follow us on Twitter at W..

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:06 min | 9 months ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Good evening Stephanie Davis and these are the top stories at nine twenty two a popular restaurant in west in Oakland county has been destroyed by fire firefighters from Lyons township south Lyon and several other departments were called to the lion cantina restaurant early this morning the fire chief says the fire appears to have started in the kitchen area of the restaurant and spread quickly the facility is a total loss the protesters who broke into the US embassy compound in Baghdad have retreated and set up several tents outside where they intended to stay just sitting in dozens of Iraqi Shiite militiamen and their supporters smash the main door and set fire to a reception area and one of the worst attacks on the embassy in recent memory they were angered by deadly airstrikes targeting in Iran backed militia W. W. chain news time nine twenty three the new year will bring new leadership in Livonia mayor elect Maureen Miller bras then takes over as mayor at noon tomorrow she says families will be one focus during her time in our office a big part of you know what we're gonna be doing in the city is making sure that we really are a city that our children want to come home to focusing on building the kind of housing stock the very house will stop yes it's very much to attract a younger families into community process as keeping the city save having a strong school system and setting up a work force development programmer her top three priorities another controversial audio tape allegedly of Warren mayor Jim files the metro times release this audio which they allege is the mayor wondering aloud how often black people call police yes Sir as a package okay right yeah probably sixty percent our in in in to interview with W. WJZ Jordan their faults responds this way no I don't I don't comment on those things I I got reelected with nearly sixty percent of the vote I ran a very positive campaign my opponent tried to do stuff like that and I focused on the positive I'm still focus on the positive no one has ever come forward no person has ever said anything are proved anything so and tell that's the case I'm I'm moving on several tapes have been released in recent years past of what sounds like the mayor disparaging people file to said those tapes are fake and are not him nine twenty fours are time December thirty first nineteen eighty five Rick Nelson killed when fire broke out aboard the private plane that was taking him to a new year's eve performance in.

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100-year-old honored for guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

100-year-old honored for guarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

"It's a special honor today for a one hundred year old army veteran from Michigan newsradio nine fifty Stephanie Davis has more on this from metro Detroit's and the airports the moment for one hundred year old Jack eaten from Burton Michigan the army veteran who wants a guard at the tomb of the unknown in nineteen thirty eight to nineteen forty received and rolls welcome here at metro airport after one day excursion to DC to

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Southfield Stephanie Davis WWJ newsradio nine fifty Michigan some region the Marlette police department now searching for two suspects who wore masks and Robbie chase bank they did so with the gun on Monday according to police the suspect walked into the bank at about nine o'clock in the morning politic on and demanded money suspects took off on foot and picked up they were picked up rather in a white Cadillac you had some minor front end damage on the passenger side it was last seen going north and in fifty three the first suspect described as a white male in his mid twenties five foot six inches tall one hundred twenty pounds the second suspect a white male as well in his mid to early twenties about six feet tall weighing a little bit more a hundred and seventy pounds WWJ news time eight fourteen were already two runs by the Milwaukee Brewers here in the top of the first in the nation's capital season baseball now under way we'll talk about it in sports Hey is this a flex our bank of America wants to know what would you like the power to do I'm speaking with Larry to read a regional president from bank of America hearing the DMV thanks for coming you bet what do you do to take care of your employees the keeper Morton to be them and more people wanting to work for bank of America at bank of America has Mott business model of responsible growth we have to grow of course but we have to do it by managing risk serving the client we want to be a great place to work that includes compensation we just announced our minimum starting wage is going to go up from seventeen dollars an hour to twenty dollars an hour in two thousand twenty one we have a comprehensive health benefits we have sixteen weeks of paid family leave we offer twenty days a bereavement leave bank America is a great program called life event services where someone's going through a transition in their life whatever that happens to be so it's just the kinds of benefits to the drive in what we call responsible growth I like to think my. yes let me to read it so what would you like the power to do find a bank of America can help you a bank of America dot com or stop by your local branch now now there's another.

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3 people, aged 13, 14 & 17, arrested in armed robbery, fatal shooting of 29-year-old Michigan woman

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

3 people, aged 13, 14 & 17, arrested in armed robbery, fatal shooting of 29-year-old Michigan woman

"Thirteen year old boy was arrested with a relative on Thursday to others a seventeen year old and a fourteen year old were arrested over the last couple of days all in the city of Detroit investigators believe the trio is behind the armed robbery and fatal shooting of twenty nine year old Sajjadrud nabi back on September the six though it's unclear who the alleged shooter is of the three I view it a tragedy it's a tragedy for their families I've actually talked to. one other parents and. it's just unfortunate I do not beasts brother yeah I just would like to hear a thing different places the hard work in Dearborn Stephanie Davis WWJ newsradio

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3 teenagers arrested in Michigan woman’s fatal shooting

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

3 teenagers arrested in Michigan woman’s fatal shooting

"A thirteen year old has been arrested in connection to a deadly robbery in Dearborn WWJ newsradio nine fifty Stephanie Davis with details. thirteen year old boy was arrested with a relative on Thursday to others a seventeen year old and a fourteen year old were arrested over the last couple of days all in the city of Detroit investigators believe the trio is behind the armed robbery and fatal shooting of twenty nine year old Sajjadrud nabi back on September the six though it's unclear who the alleged shooter is of

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Police name suspect in Berkley man deadly beating after Detroit car accident

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Police name suspect in Berkley man deadly beating after Detroit car accident

"One Detroit police chief James Craig says the suspect who allegedly attacked a twenty four year old Berkeley man killing him has a criminal record they're looking for twenty four year old Lawrence James Davis he's accused of beating twenty four year old Tyler Wingate from Berkeley after the two got into a car crash or Stephanie Davis is working the story and we'll have more in a live report at

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Stephanie Davis WWJ newsradio nine fifty a bill to extend compensation for nine eleven first responders in their families was stalled yesterday by one vote Kentucky Republican US senator rand Paul blocked the measure saying the fund should be offset by spending cuts elsewhere twenty two trillion dollar dad ratting dented about a trillion dollars a year and therefore any new spending that we are approaching any new program is going to have the longevity of seventy eighty years should be offset by cutting spending that's less valuable comedian and fun dad because Jon Stewart slammed Paul's objection calling it absolutely outrageous and accusing the senator of fiscal responsibility virtues signal W. W. J. D. as time is five thirty five the house of representatives overwhelmingly rejected alone Democrats effort be behind the impeachment proceedings against president trump despite being controlled by Democrats the house voted three hundred thirty two ten ninety five to table the proceedings introduced by Texas Democrat Al Green CBS news a chief congressional correspondent into quarters says the democratic leaders are breathing a sigh of relief now that that boat is over house Republicans even help them out by taking the lead in a vote to table that resolution here on Capitol Hill so democratic leaders didn't have to take the step of looking like they were trying to shut down their own progressive members because there is certainly some energy around the idea of impeachment proceedings or at the very least an impeachment inquiry house speaker Nancy Pelosi did not support moving forward with impeachment and one hundred thirty seven members of the democratic caucus followed her lead tragedy in Japan in Kyoto at least a dozen people are presumed dead and thirty five others injured some critically after an apparent arson attack and an animation studio police say the suspects spread an unidentified liquid possibly gasoline that started a fire at Kyoto animation the suspect was injured and has since been hospitalized fire officials say more than seventy people were in the building at the time reporter Lucy craft is following from Tokyo I'm Lucy craft in Tokyo police said an unidentified forty one year old man confessed to spring a liquid believed to be gasoline on the ground floor of Kyoto animation studio the company was located in a three story building in the city's densely populated Fushimi ward founded in nineteen eighty one the Kyoto animation has produced some of Japan's most popular animated films and TV shows known as anime since protests began on Monday thousands of Hawaiian demonstrators have joined a push to stop the planned construction of a giant telescope at Mona K. at the state the estates tallest mountain is considered sacred by natives and an ideal spot for astronomy by those behind the billion dollar thirty meter telescope also known as T. and T. Y. E. governor a David II gay signed an emergency proclamation yesterday giving law enforcement more options to end the blockade here's a local journalist McHale ani Richards and at Mauna Kea this land is just so beloved to me all the trustee holder Lindsay was among those being arrested I've slept on this mountain I love to smile now I rode horses around this area with my when officers use a public address system to speak to the crowd in English and Hawaiian when they spoke in Hawaiian languages seem to anger the crowd and they responded.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Stephanie Davis, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. Now serious crash yesterday evening on grow seal. Authorities confirming to w j that a twenty year old man was traveling at a very high rate of speed on East River road when he lost control and struck a tree. The driver was jetted from the vehicle, the man, who was taken to a hospital, his condition is unknown. The downriver crash team was activated in response to the accident. It's not clear at this time of drugs, or alcohol were a factor, w j news time four zero eight. Time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eights from the idol Dom motor traffic center. Brought to you this hour by Porsche of the motor city. Jeff, what's happening on the roads at a whole lot light traffic volumes. No problems to report after a look at the AAA jam cams gem reminder about sweepers out and about westbound I ninety six from I six ninety six to Kensington road sweeping crew on the right shoulder and westbound I ninety six from Milford road to Kensington only the right lane open these to work. Zones will clear by five AM in Detroit. I ninety four westbound under the lodge freeway nightly roadwork scheduled to block the right lane until five AM and the ninety four eastbound ramp to lodge to the lodge northbound is close. These two projects will run late through June. I ninety six eastbound from the Davis into I ninety four. The left lane closed for roadwork scheduled until Sunday afternoon. I seventy five northbound from Sibley to Allen road, the right lane blocked due to roadwork also east and westbound Michigan avenue from Wyoming, the Clark street in Detroit. The left lane and turn lanes are closed until six AM, our traffic, tipster line two four eight four two three six WW j that's two four eight four two three six nine nine five in the idol. Dom motor group twenty four hour traffic center. I'm Jeff defriend WWE, NewsRadio nine fifty already. Thank you, Jeff. We get the weather forecast now from Carl babinski early on this Wednesday morning with plenty of clouds are low not far from.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Stephanie Davis, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty s. Okay. Accumulate up to an inch before tapering off later this morning, low twelve complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up. Thank you, Carl Ericson seventeen in the city of Detroit under cloudy skies. We'll check traffic and weather together. Just ahead at five. Oh, eight w w j news time five or six out of Harper woods police are able to resolve a situation involving an armed gunman. A man called the Harper woods police department just after one o'clock Saturday afternoon saying that he was armed. And then he was not coming out of his house alive this near morose, and I ninety four police dribble to determine that. The suspect was not alone a mother and baby were also in the house authorities dispatched a special response team. They're able to establish contact with the suspect who allowed the mother and child to leave the house around. To twenty the suspect surrendered minutes later. Nobody was injured in a twenty two year old suspect was taken into custody that Clark w w j NewsRadio nine fifty a Detroit. Police commander has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and causing an accident commander. Johnny Thomas is accused of causing a three car accident at the stoplight at MAC and Saint Antoine around twelve thirty Saturday morning. They say Thomas's blood alcohol content was measured at the scene and was allegedly over twice the legal limit. The driver of one of the other cars was taken to the hospital and released Detroit. Police chief James Craig says Thomas has been placed on it and ministry of leave. A local man missing. Since early January has been found dead near lake Saint Clair, the McComb county dive team pulled the lifeless body of a Seventy-seven-year-old Donald Boden out of a canal Saturday afternoon after boating spotty was spotted by an ice fisherman, cutting holes in the ice boat and had been reported missing. From his Harrison township home back on January. The seventh Boden was found about four hundred yards from that home foul play is not suspected in the death. But the investigation is continuing w w j news.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Stephanie. Davis is live and local with more stuff. Hey, good afternoon. Brooke this felt like a scene at out of a movie in Indiana Jones or national treasure movie, when the rare piece of artifact is handed back over to its rightful owner the artifacts in this case is a powder whole warned made back in seventeen fifty seven stolen from the Detroit. Historical museum in nineteen fifty two and return this afternoon, he'll free to sign. I will the next acute. On behalf of the Federal Bureau aviation. Congratulations. That is special agent. Jake Jacob Archer with the FBI art crime team out of Philadelphia officially presenting the powder horn to Elena rue of the Detroit historical museum. So we're was this horn found stand Kulakowski is with Dearborn police who was part of this partnership and finding the artifacts. Was turned up turned up in an estate. Who've risen and that from an estate in Pennsylvania, and it will set to be auctioned off this past November at Christie's auction house. Of course at a starting bid of thirteen thousand dollars reporting live in Dearborn. Stephanie Davis WW J NewsRadio nine fifty WWE. News time three forty three. It's time for Jeff Gilbert's car. Chronicles sponsored by Magna..

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Stephanie Davis for WW chain. Newsradio nine fifty. We'll be a few flurries early this morning. Much of this weekend will be tryin cold with highs in the low and mid thirties complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up. Thank you, Carl babinski. It is twenty four degrees. We are seeing some light flurries to the east in the city of Detroit and twenty-seven at metro airport. We'll check traffic and weather together. Just ahead at twelve o. Eight w w j news time twelve oh six east point police say around five thirty last night, they received a call about a man standing in front of an office building your grass at a nine and a half mile with a handgun when they arrived. The man was gone, but officers remain at the scene to conduct their investigation. That's when that's when they say shots were fired and a glass window at the office. Building was shot out. Police say they are looking for the suspect who is described as a man around five eleven tall wearing a black puffy jacket. If you know anything about this case, you're asked to contact east point police. Five members of congress are inviting President Trump to visit the five facilities. General Motors plans to idle some fourteen thousand workers are soon expected to receive pink slips right to stay the global leader in transportation mobility vehicles. But what does it take to ensure that we're doing that that we keep the United States at the forefront of innovation and technology? But that the companies are also worried and partnering with the workers. Let's Dearborn democrat, Debbie Dingle. That's what we all want to work together on sometimes partisan bickering. Isn't the answer working together is the president said he cared about these issues. Well, let's work together to protect jobs and keep peering locally GM plans to idle detroit-hamtramck and Warren transmission, w w j news.

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Man hospitalized after buying sick puppy from pet store at Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi, lawsuit says

24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Man hospitalized after buying sick puppy from pet store at Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi, lawsuit says

"Food poisoning. Measles has Pat land didn't break any laws, but the national chain had been I notice from the CDC about the outbreak of capital factor disease, which has been traced to dogs at it stores. Rose was bedridden for a month. He's suing for over twenty five thousand dollars in medical bills lost wages in pain and suffering, Sandra McNeill, WW, Jane is radio nine fifty something. New to help bring closure for victims of sexual assault in Michigan. Here's our Stephanie Davis victims in Michigan will soon be able to track their rape kits online that word from Wayne County prosecutor Kim worthy Thursday evening at her townhall meeting here in northville township at the township hall. I can't you track a rape kit through the criminal Justice system is Michigan will be one of the I I think I know where the first day of the study. Working on that. But we might be we have it system going up. Now, you're gonna be hearing a lot about that in the near future worthy.

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Dexter school bus driver runs over injured deer with kids watching

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00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Dexter school bus driver runs over injured deer with kids watching

"Michigan school bus driver finds himself. The subject of a hot debate there. WWE Stephanie Davis with that a school bus driver with the Dexter school district in washtenaw county intentionally ran over an injured dear to end its suffering. He did. So while students were on the bus and watched Dexter school district officials reported the incident to families on Friday, saying the driver's actions in front of the children was absolutely not a course of action they condone even if the driver was acting out of compassion for the seriously wounded deer the deer apparently had been hit by a vehicle before entering a student drop off zone. The school maintenance staff eventually removed the dead deer from the road. The school district calls it a very

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Good evening. I'm Stephanie Davis. Stories. Barricaded gun that situation ends peacefully on Detroit's east side. I'm john. Visuals are happening right now to honor the victims of a mass shooting at a bar near Thousand Oaks also ahead. Dot com station. CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by progressive insurance. I'm Gary non wildfire that started about twenty four hours ago has exploded racing north of Sacramento chasing, thousands from their homes. Charring thousands of acres k will be our TV reporter richer wolf for fires. Continuing to seat itself by bits and pieces of ash that are blowing and then reading more little small fires. And so what's happened is the fire just exploded and has completely ravaged the town of paradise. In fact, we're hearing hundreds of if not possibly a thousand structures have been impacted in a little town of about twenty seven thousand people there've been a number of injuries. Governor elect Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency strong winds and low humidity or forecast at least through tomorrow, making conditions ideal for the fire to spread remembering the dozen victims of the Thousand Oaks, California bar massacre. He mourners attended a vigil tonight. Investigators have not established a motive more than a dozen people were injured CBS's Carter Evans. A gunman dressed in all black stormed in with a forty five caliber, Glock handgun. He I shot a security guard at the front entrance deployed smoke bombs inside then opened fire shooting at random..

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Eighteen I'm Stephanie Davis for WWE J. Newsradio nine fifty cloudy and chilly early this morning. But later this Saturday, partly sunny and nice complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up, thank you Dave Bowers. Fifty one degrees out at city airport. We will check traffic and weather together. Just ahead at two. Oh, eight w w j news time two oh, six as the judiciary committee volts to send Brett cavenaugh supreme court nomination to the full Senate the national conversation about sexual misconduct is sky, high NewsRadio nine fifties. Jason Scott explains. And over one hundred forty seven percent increase in calls placed Thursday to the national sexual assault hotline. It's not unusual for us to see an increase in calls and requests for services around times like this Amy Smith is co director of advocacy for the Wayne County. Safe sexual assault forensic examiner program. We've not seen a conversation like this happening on the national level in a very long time. And we think that that's productive that lasts national conversation. She says was the abuse scandal out of Penn State university. What we're seeing now is a mix of calls people who are triggered by. What's happening? Some of folks who have never disclosed in their lifetime. Jason Scott, WW J NewsRadio nine fifty a former Michigan State University psychologist who failed to notify law enforcement when he was informed of sexual abuse allegations against Larry Nassar has had his license to practice permanently. Revoked the announcement by the State Department of licensing and regulatory affairs comes nearly ten years after Gary stole retirement from Michigan state back in two thousand four stolen treated Kyle Stevens, a Nassar family friend and babysitter who told her parents, and stolen that she..

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Hepatitis A Exposure at Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly, Michigan

Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Hepatitis A Exposure at Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly, Michigan

"The Oakland County health division says it was alerted to that an intend d of the Michigan renaissance festival and Holly confirmed case of hepatitis say was sick. While attending the festival on September. First years, leeann Stafford with the O C HD this person had active symptoms diarrhea while they attended the event, and they also use multiple facility, we are strongly recommending that those that attended the festival and we're working the festival on September. First and September second to get a hepatitis a vaccine by September fifteen if they have not been vaccinated. If you're unable to get vaccinated by September. Fifteenth health officials say you should be aware of symptoms like abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, and

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NCAA clears Michigan State in Nassar scandal

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

NCAA clears Michigan State in Nassar scandal

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NCAA clears Michigan State in Nassar scandal: university

24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

NCAA clears Michigan State in Nassar scandal: university

"Three Michigan State University has been cleared and NCWA investigation and do. Its handling of sexual assault, allegations against players following the Larry Nassar scandal the schools athletic director Bill Beekman says the school got a letter this week from. The NC double as vice president for enforcement the Michigan state also says the NCAA found no violations and how the football and basketball teams responded. To assault allegations

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Rudy Giuliani puts odds of a Trump-Mueller interview at "50-50"

24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Rudy Giuliani puts odds of a Trump-Mueller interview at "50-50"

"Eight of President Trump's working vacation his lawyer says there is a fifty fifty chance of him. Sitting down with a special, counsel Rudy Giuliani told CBS news chief White House correspondent major Garrett is more optimistic than he has been a week's an interview between the, president and Muller's team might happen sort of taking. Two bits of information and inferences, Muller's got a wrap it up Muller needs. Trump more than Trump needs Muller they've narrowed some of the areas and have, some general light agreement on methodology and, that makes it slightly more possible but fifty. Fifty still is an equal chance. It won't happen as it will the president's legal team wants to limit the scope of questioning and doesn't want Muller to ask. Mr. Trump about obstruction of

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More people still needed for organ donations despite a rise last year

24 Hour News

02:44 min | 2 years ago

More people still needed for organ donations despite a rise last year

"Serve and now the Detroit police department wants to make the public more aware. About organ donation Lieutenant Cheryl Stanley is one of the organizers who was also. An organ donor she donated a kidney to her sister. In nineteen ninety-five Lieutenant Stanley talked with WWF. As Stephanie Davis Some people might have, a misunderstanding with respect to, their life will be. If might be an life altering procedure or they have complications but being a kidney donor myself I donated a, kidney to, my sister in nineteen ninety. Five so clearly you can live with one. Kidney now. Most people have two kidneys some, people even have, three kidneys, but, you can live very. Very well with one the only thing that I have to change after the. Transplant was every year when, I go get my annual they they, they checked my creatine level I. Just finished my remaining kidneys functioning properly that's it. Everything else is is status quo, but my, sister you know she. She was very intelligent she was very active and she was diagnosed with lupus at an. Early age and when she was diagnosed she lost both of her kidney function. The function of both her kidneys rather she went on. Dialysis at at some point she was dry Energy but after the transplant I it was just the most notable changes would be the improvement of her complexion for example. A her eyes were much more, clear and of course her improved energy level so you know. The chief is huge on quality of life. Issues that's why partnering with the. University of Michigan gift of life, support was so easy because, we have something in. Common and that is saving lives and improving the quality of life and that's why this symposium is so important, very good, and and let me ask. This question to maybe Dr Mickey how long. After your. Tested do you find out that, your match and, then what's, what, are the steps that. You go through following that from a donor perspective we like to think we. Would we would rather evaluate, mar people that might be interested and, and rather than have people roll. Themselves out because they don't think they can be. A donor the Basically after the first visit we should have a pretty good idea. Of whether or not you'd be a donor. And then. Within a few weeks we should be able to make sure, that that is possible generally, people that have to have lots of medical tests would not be a donor but most people are? Healthy and they're really no barriers, to preceding yeah the kidney you. Get has to be an okay blood type for the recipient but we even have ways now where we can have people swap kidneys with somebody they might..

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Michigan governor and state dismissed from Flint water lawsuit

24 Hour News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Michigan governor and state dismissed from Flint water lawsuit

"He do that I think you have to you have to have symbolic garden an ecosystem of what. A business, needs, capital training, examples, role, models So Tackles were trying to have all of those things in place with Gilbert and former NFL. Player Donnie Jones in a fireside chat at the national association of black journalists convention underway here in Detroit Gilbert also now that he is investing in a venture capitalist fund started by Jones defined minority owned tech companies in. Detroit Stephanie, Davis WW j. NewsRadio nine. Fifty several metro-detroit cities were under a tornado warning late Tuesday. Night and now we've learned that reports about a tornado have been confirmed NewsRadio nine. Fifty, sorry Huber with the latest national weather service says a tornado touchdown in Taylor near Southland mall on your Rica road at around twelve, forty four AM and for two minutes. Meteorologist Trent phrases damage to the three buildings in some trees was consistent with eighty mile an. Hour winds surveyors went to the area to assess that. Damage we look for the way that the damages. Spread, basically if you see some kind of chaotic nature to it or some kind of You know. Circular patterns to a indicates that its rotational damage no injuries were reported the last time a tornado touch down in that area was in garden city in nineteen eighty seven the last time metro Detroit thoughts her NATO was. In December, of two thousand fifteen in. The canton Plymouth area is a her Hoover w w j. NewsRadio nine fifty man it's just about fourteen hundred homes and businesses that are still. Without, power following those storms DTE energy says the outages are concentrated in western Wayne County the utility company says those without power should be, restored by late this morning at its. Peak it was thirty two thousand customers in the dark police are investigating a motorcycle accident that. Left one person with serious injuries the crash close westbound. Ninety six after m fifty nine near Howell Wednesday. Afternoon, Livingston county sheriff Mike Murphy says the victim has been hospitalized in critical condition A class action lawsuit in connection with the. Flint water crisis we'll be moving forward in federal court but not involving governor Rick Snyder a. One hundred twenty eight page opinion released Wednesday by federal Judge Judith Levy says the court action will move forward against twenty. One defendants including two former emergency managers attorneys for Flint residents say the state, violated people's constitutional. Rights when officials decided to move to the Flint.

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'Hot batch' of heroin leads to 16 overdoses near Flint, MI in last few days

24 Hour News

03:51 min | 2 years ago

'Hot batch' of heroin leads to 16 overdoses near Flint, MI in last few days

"Law that determination from the Michigan secretary of state following a nearly two year, investigation they say it. Was illegal to insert a campaign fundraising event flyer. Inside water Bill mailers to residents that event was the state of the city address fouled says he, had nothing. To do, with it in points. The finger. At Sabe who he says coordinated everything you know I don't believe it that's Leandra let chair of the Michigan taxpayers alliance who filed the complaint against the mayor in two thousand sixteen coordinating directing and organizing just stay to. The city address for weeks. Leading up. To mayor Fouts and Seibu have been fine seven hundred sixty one dollars Stephanie Davis WW j. NewsRadio nine fifty. Will the state's health director. Face manslaughter charges for deaths during, the Flint water crisis the judge has deleted decision in the case of health director Nick line until, August twentieth. After the, August primary Lieutenant governor. Brian Kelly. Is accused the attorney general Bill Schutte was running for governor of using the case where political gain both sides squared off in court today before a packed courtroom special prosecutor Todd floods at line I received legionnaires data in. January of two thousand fifteen. And had. The chance to save lives by learning the public but he didn't do it lines attorney says the situation in. Two thousand fifteen was confounding confusing and complex and not criminal The Genesee county, sheriff says something has to change as the county this week deals with a rash of overdoses sixteen. Overdoses in two days says Genesee county, sheriff Robert pa- Cal mostly in Flint from powerful batch of heroin on the street they called it a hot patch in your little swimmer little sliver between the high and says most, were teens all were. Saying with Narcan but he says it's time to address heroin as a public health problem saying the war on drugs. Is lost he'd like to. See those who oh deep forest into rehab and given the money if they don't have coverage The people, who says she the same thing happening the people say don't speak and health News conference listen confidence in myself don't start. Dealing with it as a public health menace Sandra. McNeill w w, j NewsRadio nine fifty For reports Dr Larry Nassar sentenced. To life in prison for sexually, assaulting hundreds of young women and girls says he wants to be re sentenced by a different judge he's really not that Islam Barthel but that story attorneys for Nassar say he. Was released into the general population in, the Zona. Federal prison where, he's being held, and, just hours later he claims he, was assaulted two motions were filed in Ingham County Circuit Court Wednesday Nassar says judge was quote admittedly not an unbiased and. Impartial judge and she should be disqualified citing. A statement, that she might let people do to Nassar what he did to. The girls the constitution didn't prohibit cruel and unusual punishment he says judge William, tried, to demonize him in front of the entire world Nassar. Is serving decades behind. Bars for criminal sexual conduct and possessing child pornography Lauren, both old w. w j NewsRadio nine fifty The, motions filed by, Nassar, was sentenced to decades in federal, prison and child porn charges focus only under state charges a Mustang young athletes I think what he wants to do is. Perhaps change the narrative of what happened in. Lansing when, he had the two sentences there but is it really going to. Have any ultimate effect on serving in prison probably for the rest of his, life, the answer to that I think is no Wayne State university professor of law Peter. Hanning says judges have thera- mount of flexibility in sentencing but if it appears that a judge is not really listening. To the evidence it, could become an issue.

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Thai soccer coach apologizes to boys' parents, boys write "don't worry" in letters

24 Hour News

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Thai soccer coach apologizes to boys' parents, boys write "don't worry" in letters

"News asia nine fifty w w j thai cave rescue efforts continue as the coach of eulogisers two parents in the letter sent out with rescuers cbs news with more next and also ahead a piece of detroit's history one of the pablo posts goes up in flames devastating just devastating i'm john hewitt good morning i'm stephanie davis for wwe chain newsradio nine fifty we have a freeway closer to tell you about that's just ahead and seconds fifty nine degrees out at city airport clear skies fifty eight at metro let's go to cbs news cbs news update rescue teams north thailand have been drilling into a mountain looking for alternative ways to get twelve stranded boys and their soccer coach out of a flooded cave cbs's kris martinez preparing to different missions getting the twelve children and their coach to the cave entrance or going in from above drilling down as many as six hundred meters the forecast calls for several days of rain which means rising clud water that could prompt a rescue attempt maybe retry because to be afraid of the width bbc's sophie law navy seals who've been in and out of the cave overnight they brought out some messages from the boys and their coach and in a school notes in the coach he said he really apologized to the voice parents he said he promised to take care of them they're also notes when the boys as well many of them saying don't worry about us we are strong we are fine but a lot of them asking for certain things to eat when they come out news update i'm peter king and this is w w j newsradio nine fifty at five thirty two heads up to motorists on i seventy five this morning we have a developing news on the freeway that is now a bigger problem let's head out to the twenty four hour traffic center with w w j's teena marie what's happening there tina it's still that major accident we've been looking at for the past hour or so it has shut down seventy five northbound between four street and schaefer but all hope is not lost if you still do need to go that way or if you're headed that way you can use fourth street northbound to springwells northbound that'll get you back to seventy five northbound.

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Stephanie Davis, Trump and Anthony Kennedy discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Stephanie Davis, Trump and Anthony Kennedy discussed on 24 Hour News

"On july the ninth cbs news with the very latest next also ahead the national weather service issuing an excessive heat warning for all of southeastern michigan details on the way las movie buffs take note the two thousand eighteen traverse city film festival is out with its online schedule i'm john hewitt good morning i'm stephanie davis for ww j newsradio nine fifty it is saturday june the thirtieth twenty eighteen accuweather says it's gonna be a hot one early on this morning clear warm and sticky low around sixty seventy six let's go to cbs news update president trump says he'll announce his nominee to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy on the supreme court on july ninth the week for monday and the president says he's already whittled down his list to around five names cbs news legal analyst stain rosenbaum there's a number of people on the list who have a direct connection to justice kennedy because they in fact clerk for him when he was on the supreme court judge cavanaugh on the dc circuit judge katherine on the sixth circuit have been mentioned for that reason cavenaugh could be the front runner according to the university of louisville law professor justin walker he's a very strict textualist which means that he looks at the words in a statute and awards the constitution and he applies those words as they're written as they were understood at the time the law was passed or at the time the constitutionalists ratified she bs news update i'm jim shanavie this is w w j newsradio nine fifty at four thirty two it's time to break out those sprinklers sprinklers to the national weather service issuing an excessive heat warning for all of southeastern michigan beginning today at noon and expiring at midnight accu weather.

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"stephanie davis" Discussed on NewsRadio 950 WWJ

NewsRadio 950 WWJ

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"stephanie davis" Discussed on NewsRadio 950 WWJ

"Stephanie davis joining us live and local with the latest on that staff it can afternoon greg this is still very active seen on sugarbush and bay point dry this is near ninety four in twenty three mile road a man has barricaded himself inside a whole police have the home surrounded in the area secured i just spoke moment moments so go to testify township police chief bradley kirsten officers getting to arrest ellen he warned he refused come out while the options were speaking with him he discharged his weapon inside the house offered backed away the old has been here were working what the swat team now to negotiate away to get him out they say they will stay there as long as needed they are asking residents in the area to stay inside shelter in the basement eighth need be but that the area is now secure reporting live stephanie davis wwl uta newsradio nine fifty a man is in custody after a three year old boy accidentally shoots himself to death and clinton township police captain richard myrlie says the man is believed to have accidentally dropped the gun the newport arms apartments tuesday was arrested on a parole violation little boy picked up the gun and shot himself in the chest of very difficult case uh obviously you know that we all have small children a minor little older but yeah it's it's very difficult case but with a threerun violation was for previous weapons charge emergency crews on the scene of a fatal crash nobody this afternoon or truck headed westbound on i ninety six near no by road ran off the roadway struck a powerline station eyewitnesses the impact with so hard the rear axle came off the vehicle that crash still affecting the right lane of i ninety six were hearing traffic is still very slow in that area stay with w w j for traffic and weather whether together the aids will try to get some detours from kt coming up in just a couple of minutes to more charged in the case of female genital mutilation involving young girls wwe j newsradio nine fifty's lauren barth old has the latest indictments also bring more victims to light the four young girls range in age from nine at twelve earlier arrests were made in connection with two girls from minnesota now at farida arief and fatih.

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