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05:44 min | Last month

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"To W. WJZ Langton for more Charlie well it's just a beautiful day out here at the forty sixth annual job the new owner it is today that's going to be a great day I'm just here on the lake Sinclair right now on south River Road and the water is absolutely beautiful some of the boats are actually starting to go to gull island Tom Danker he looks like he's ready for some raunchy got a summer following a job you know time are you going to job you know I am too old for that seventy three did it when I was younger I say I'm sorry domino up it up what did you do a job read noon or when you were younger no the wife taking her top off and flying a kite in with her first said we could use that for a tail and yeah we had a lot of fun they're still married today if we're having fun here job you do to just get underway reporting live here Harrison township Charlie like to WJZ old nine fifty Detroit bars and restaurants will be inspected today as city officials want to make sure everyone respects the re opening guidelines Detroit mayor Mike Duggan says that some establishments allegedly have not followed the rules and at times exceeded the fifty percent capacity that allowed at this time Duggan says it could only take a few places to jump start a second wave of code nineteen cases across Detroit now this comes as the state recorded more than three hundred fifty cases yesterday bringing the total number of confirmed cases to more than sixty two thousand people has some states particularly in the south and the west sea surges of covered nineteen the White House coronavirus task force is holding a news briefing the first one in nearly two months here's correspondent Laura protects it has halted its reopening plans due to a spike in corona virus cases we can alter the course of the spread of cover nineteen by having localized solutions as opposed to a complete statewide solutions some counties have started requiring people to wear masks is it worth a little inconvenience I sure hope so New Mexico was also putting its re opening on hold the governor says not enough of her residence are wearing masks think of it as an investment in kids getting to go to school think of it as an investment in getting your economy open floor a pedestrian CBS news the state director of the Michigan census issues an urgent call for volunteers W. WJCT reporter Vickie Thomas live local the details good morning Vicky and good morning Tom Michigan's beat Celtic campaign looking for volunteers to staff virtual phone banks from home Kerry ever sol saying is director of the Michigan census we have some work to do in communities like the trait like Benton harbor like the city of plant also some rural areas in the upper peninsula and northern Michigan so the good news that we know where we need to go to work and that's just what we're going to do and this is why we have this urgent call for volunteers to help us reach out to your neighbors friends family individuals and organizations can sign up at Michigan dot gov slash census twenty twenty reporting live and local Vicky Thomas W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty look for some Michigan based police unions to offer their own set of proposals to reform their departments here some Lansing bureau chief Tim schools once groups have described the police unions as part of the problem when it comes to brutality on the force handed well they do not agree with that assessment Michigan police unions some of them are getting together right offering up nineteen different proposals to make sure reforms are installed that will help reduce police brutality on the streets one of the major items in the proposal will be recruitment and also going back on background checks to make sure the bad guys never give him the force with the unions want to point out is that they are offered bad guys because it's the chief who does the hiring and if you can clean up hiring process to stronger background reports then the forces themselves will be better by definition reporting from licenses correct W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty Hey this is going on right about now to Merrick and astronauts are preparing for a space walk outside the international space station started that they say seven thirty five which is right now Chris Cassidy and Bob at bank and will replace the last of these solar batteries to keep this space station running when it's in darkness I'm looking forward to that something new that new view that I can capture and share with the world this will be back in seventh career space walk the first six came during the shuttle era he says he is looking forward to seeing his SpaceX dragon spacecraft from the outside free samples are back at one popular warehouse store but there are some changes go discontinue the samples back in March of the name of safety but now the retailers brought them back in some locations using pre packaged goods to limit person to person contact one item not coming back the chain's famous sheet cake cosco says instead of selling round ten inch cakes that seem to be resonating with members Peter king CBS news one major league baseball team as a plan to make it seem like there are fans inside their empty stadium with them Major League Baseball season resumes get more from CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman when the San Francisco Giants finally start playing games at their home park next month it may look like their fans in the stands the giants are allowing their fans to submit pictures that will be placed on cut out and placed in individual seats the idea is to make the stadium appear as normal as possible season ticket holders can submit their pictures for free non season ticket holders.

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"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:40 min | Last month

"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This year here's W. WJZ Ortiz it's a fact baseball and fathers they usually go together like apple pie and ice cream however half that equation is gone as Major League Baseball it's players union Bickerton battled over money and like the season for the last couple of months which alienated longtime fans and as the MLB network's Jon Paul Morosi points out Major League Baseball blew its chance to give the people a much needed distraction in the wake of everything that's been going on in this country in recent weeks the goodwill that goes into coming back as a sport and and hopefully you United the country it's it is it feels hollow right now it's it's we're not there because there's been so much antipathy between the sides and that's unfortunate that clip comes courtesy of ninety seven one the ticket Tony Ortiz W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty the pandemic of course stopping live music but a district uses shins been coordinating donations to help people in the local music scene exertion Jennifer Westwood started taking donations and nominations through the plane in the Detroit area tonight Facebook group almost every week we raised between twelve hundred and up to two thousand dollars over the last over the last eight weeks that's over ten thousand dollars raised in about two months Westwood says she collects the donation to nominations then holds a drawing in awards up to twenty small grants to help local musicians and bartenders each week rob St Mary W. W. J. news radio nine fifty W. W. J. news time for twenty two testing your sense of smell may indicate just how acute the loss might be and could also have some predictive value when it comes to cope at nineteen infection that's according to Andrew lane director of right knowledge G. and sinus surgery at Johns Hopkins what you want to do is to ask people if they've had a change in their sense of smell and taste it also wanted to do some type of objective testing which can vary from scratch and sniff type book where you identify the owners to reading in orders on I almost looks like a marking pen you can ask people whether or not they detected down to a lower level determine whether someone's sense of smell if not completely lost is partially lost in an ideal world you would be able to put people through their olfactory Olympics from there you could then find out what is predictive value is both for what you have the disease or for potentially your prognosis lane says people can also informally test their own sense of smell at home using common things like lemons at Johns Hopkins I'm Elizabeth Tracey let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn ask if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare.

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"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:28 min | 2 months ago

"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Grosse Pointe area cat the brunt of the damage and W. WJZ Campbell is there with the latest good morning Mike more time looking at a tree laying on a building after about to mac and vernier a little further to the south that Mack and Moross colonial court there's a tree with a house with a tree on it that's it with on that street is where Jeremy and Jackson Lynn live the storm about thirty minutes and a little bit of a flood and heard about three or four big banks transformers blowing and lost power and that power out is all over and that's obviously a problem sending people to the store like to live yeah I mean that's organized for trying to you know make sure that we can say the food in the fridge the stuff in the freezer hopefully it's good for twenty four to forty eight hours National Weather Service says they don't think it was a tornado they're not sending anybody out they think of a straight line winds so I'm still here questioning whether it was in fact a tornado reporting live Mike Campbell doubly doubly J. years regular nine fifty two people are in custody right now they're being questioned about a suspicious house fire that took the lives of three people in northeast Detroit overnight WWJ strongly Langton on the same joy please now investigating this fire on Helen street someone vandyke area as a homicide they have two people in custody for questioning Dave Fornell the fire commissioner forty choice says that the fire started around twelve seventeen just after midnight and neighbors say that they believe that this was a shooting perhaps and then the house was set on fire therefore they'll give us more details once the firefighters knocked the fire down and got inside they found a three three bodies they were burned beyond recognition and so now what yeah the investigators came in we have two people in custody they were questioning and the police are handling this now as a homicide one of the neighbors says of the one of the people who died was a member of the highwaymen motorcycle club there is a bike in front of the house not sure if there is a connection under twenty side Charlie Langton WJRT L. nine fifty stores would have had a damper on Detroit protesters last night ten organizers of the marches and rallies say they will take a couple days off before resuming the protest all the marches had been peaceful the decision to delay the protest came a day after leaders met with mayor Duggan a police chief James Craig all of the recent marches and peaceful no decisions were made at the meeting it's unclear if the two sides will meet again a lot of kids when they go to college they they would love their own room and no roommates one university is doing that and that stories ahead WWJ news time nine oh wait traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eighth and let's hit the road here's Dennis new backer board sponsored by Henry Ford village in Dearborn have a couple of problems no one on the freeway it's I. seventy five northbound at crooks road in Troy have a disabled vehicle and traffic is in the construction zone so it's a bigger headache than normal along I. seventy five northbound see a lot more traffic on the roads too so that's at least on the delays if you had three Troy again seventy five north bound near crossroads where this disabled vehicles blocking at least a one possibly two lanes of travel see some delays and road work twenty three north and south of Ann Arbor there north and south of I. ninety four because of road work and then just a little west of there there's still township have you S. twelve Michigan and is still shut down it moon road in Pittsfield township because of a crash at the.

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"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:33 min | 2 months ago

"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Black lives matter protesters gathered outside of the Washtenaw county sheriff's department W. WJZ reports it all between three hundred protesters gathered in the parking lot of the sheriff's department and house complex here in Washington right sign lives matter no justice no peace and police brutality we need to do better our point system isn't working hearing the speakers to address the gathering was Eli severed in an Arbor based civil rights attorney who happens to be running for Washtenaw county prosecutor we have a system that is a white with racial inequity mass incarceration is not public fifty about an hour the group went on the March down Washtenaw Avenue for the most part observing social distancing and wearing masks the protest ending without incident John Hewitt W. W. J. news radio nine fifty or to the council supporting state and national proposals for police reform city council president Brenda Jones forwarding the resolution following a week and a half of protests in the city following the death of George Floyd we have a long way to go we know that young people have also gotten Bob which is really good the more we see our young people step up and say we want to get involved in what is going on council also urging the board of police commissioners to adopt policies against chokeholds and to de escalate situations before the use of force meantime calls to de fund police departments following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police are strongly opposed in Warren mayor Jim Fouts says as I'm mayor de funding is a no go we're now Bayern one direction de funding the police department would be to destabilize the community whether it be the Charlie Warren ham Kramnik sterling heights Rochester Royal Oak out whatever city we don't want to destabilize the femininity first and foremost public safety Paul says the death of Floyd would have never happened in the city of warm as the police department receives ongoing training in de escalation cultural diverse city proper use of force techniques and proper decision making and use of lethal force meantime a man arrested for loitering in sterling heights last year has filed a federal lawsuit against the police department that man was taken into custody when he refused to give identification to a sterling heights police officer the man was standing under an awning of a closed business where there have been recent break ins that's according to the police chief the man was released when it was revealed that he had worked nearby officials say the officer involved has since apologized to the family and has undergone de escalation training Jason Scott W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty coming up after traffic and weather he's got a long recovery ahead but a west Bloomfield man calls covert nineteen a blessing that made him appreciate life I'm Sandra McNeil W. W. chain use time eleven oh eight time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight ten we're looking through the triple a jam cams this Tuesday evening no major accidents or crashes to tell you about it this time as you make your way just a heads up we've got some work crews out there one area I'm ninety four east and westbound from Wyoming to ninety six you can expect some periodic ramp closures until twelve thirty this morning also in thirty nine north bound I ninety six to eight mile the left shoulder will be closed until five AM and over on the M. ten the lives from my south feel free way to evergreen the left lane is closed until five AM that same ten northbound from south field to evergreen and then on the southbound side of the M. ten the lodge from Gloucester to evergreen the left lanes are closed until five AM looking through the triple a jam cams here on newsradio nine fifty now let's get your exclusive accu weather forecast from Brian Thompson well tonight will be mainly cloudy sky will be breezy warm and more humid is we'll see even a couple of showers and thunderstorms come through a low down to seventy two now tomorrow we will have the threat for some severe.

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"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:11 min | 2 months ago

"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Here's W. WJZ Clark Sunday marking the tenth straight day of protests in downtown Detroit a group of about a thousand people starting at Detroit public safety headquarters marching around the city through the Cass corridor eventually finding their way to Woodward I ran into one year later who is from Chicago he went to school at the university of Michigan he's a nurse now he drove all the way to Chicago he says he must see change I said what kind of changes that as a nurse I want to see public health be refunded in the city of Chicago for every dollar that went to the police department in twenty seventeen to cents went to public health so in the middle of a public health pandemic and we look around and ask yourselves why are doctors where nurses not well equipped well to because all the resources are being trained into the police department again the tenth straight day of protests in downtown Detroit and so that begs the question when will these protests and demonstrators say they'll be out here marching until the change they want to see happens reporting from downtown Detroit Zack Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty there is a civilian police board watching every move by the Detroit police department and a Detroit senator says the same system should be imposed on the Michigan state police details from our Lansing bureau chief Tim C. Choi democratic senator Adam o'leary is convinced that the Detroit civilian review board of the police department was part of the reason there was no looting and rioting last week in Detroit in the wake of that alleged murder if you will in Minneapolis now he says the same kind of review board should be put over the Michigan state police absolutely I think state police I I think we should have it at every level I think every community across the city across our across the state and the country should have civilian oversight to look into this we need to have independent folks looking out and making sure the things that we expect to happen are happening Mr Holley eight concludes if you're a local prosecutor it's hard for you to prosecute the local police because of the quote from the relationship which is why and outside citizen review panel is needed he spoke on off the record reporting from life sentence correct W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty a tragic week at all like Michigan on Sunday two people a teen and a little boy went missing at Holland state park let's go live the local W. WJBK sure Beth sadly the body of six year old Ian Rowe of fairies Bergen west Michigan was found last night along the rocks just north of the Holland channel meanwhile a search resumes today for seventeen year old Christian to gobble of grand rapids he went missing after swimming with his older brother and they both began to struggle his brother started to swim back and people threw him a flotation device and he made it to shore reporting live Beth Fisher WWJ newsradio nine fifty Ford says this car will get one hundred miles to the gallon that story is coming up at about seven eleven WWJ news time seven oh wait traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight so let's go to the roads here's Dennis new backer I hope it's a Mustang GT with a V. eight engine while a Southfield freeway in both directions to Michigan Avenue down to one lane in man to man things look okay there despite the heavier traffic volume but a little slow on the northbound side because because northbound Southfield service drive is shut down at that point as well as reports sponsored by Ben Johnson won over the side he's a good one ninety four sixty six reminder though new haven road work there over I. ninety four shutting down the ramp for ninety four eastbound to new haven road as well use a twenty six mile instead there's a crash also on the east side it's on south Bob van Dijk near metro parkway last time we heard it was in the US and allies or delays and road work this morning that crash history heights on self vandyke at the metro parkway if you're the victim of an auto accident you deserve a fighting chance to get your life back on track you need a champion Ben Johnson wall will fight tirelessly to get the justice you deserve call eight five five then fights today and put a fighter in your corner watching the tree play jam cams from the twenty four hour traffic center Dennis new Boker EE EE jadis radio nine fifty all right now the accu weather forecast with meteorologist dean devore good morning to you good morning beautiful morning low to mid fifties around metro Detroit within one nice sunshine today it's going to warm up but.

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Hundreds flock to Washington, DC-area beaches amid pandemic

KNX Evening News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Hundreds flock to Washington, DC-area beaches amid pandemic

"Church many Americans some with face masks many without wanted beaches here's reporter Mike Helgren of WJZ TV but the corona virus pandemic was still on the vine we just wanted to get away have the kids have some fun it did not stop families from across the east coast from coming to Maryland's busiest beach resort wonderful it was wonderful the boardwalk was packed groups of ten or more are still prohibited by law masks are recommended but not

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Michigan coach expresses doubt about return of college football this fall

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Michigan coach expresses doubt about return of college football this fall

"Fifty one local head coach things college football should be able to return this fall even if students are allowed to return to campus more on this story here's W. WJZ Ortiz while some university officials are tying the return of college football to whether or not students are allowed to return to campus this fall Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh says that approach could unfairly penalize some

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"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:13 min | 4 months ago

"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"As we hear from W. WJZ since Scott applications are now being accepted the federal government's part of that giants carers act is allowing loans through its small business administration this to cover payroll costs and other essential expenses Michiganders who are self employed or identify as independent contractors they can begin applying for those loans April the tenth Jason Scott W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty amid the tall malls of covering the corona virus crisis we also observe the start of Holy Week for Christians a time when there's so much darkness death and despair pastoral Bella Davis of always in Jesus presence ministries in Detroit says this Holy Week is the perfect time for Christians to shine the light on the lord Jesus Christ we have to literally make sure that we present Christ and him crucified to the forefront at this hour because we have to make sure that it is recognize that this is a whole new week and it is a time that even god in his sovereignty has allowed us to be present at the time which such a tragedy most searches will again offer service online because of the governor's order preventing large gatherings in an effort to stop the spread of the corona virus Stephanie Davis W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty breakfast and lunch will continue to be served to trade school kids and families even all schools are closed in the city of Detroit parks and recreation assistant director Erin Casey telling WWJ they're expanding the program to three more city recreation centers during this crisis families across our community are primarily focused on the health and safety of their loved ones sh and so we want to make sure that this is just something that's taken off their plates along with their partnerships to provide box groceries to families to take home or prepare their own meals schedules locations can be found at the city of Detroit website along with the the start of Holy Week Passover begins this weekend due to covert nineteen is going to be very different as we hear from W. WJLA Passover sundown Wednesday April eighth and rabbi Shem Tov official in west Bloomfield says food preparation may be a little harder this year there are special foods that we have for the seder table starting from the marks of the special unleavened crackers that we have which is still available and if anyone has a challenge finding them they can call us they can look to the websites and they can be guided of where to get masa sometimes says there are plenty of resources online to find recipes and prayers to help celebrate Passover Brooke Allen WWJ newsradio nine fifteen as we hear from W. W. J. center McNeil a big issue for most during the pandemic is coping with fear university of Michigan psychology professor Joshua Ackerman says there are some ways to cope with the very real fear people have of catching covert nineteen justifiable theory says can be coupled with psychological biases that can lead to dysfunctional thinking and behavior it's a best he says to avoid latching on the case studies and bad news scenarios and to concentrate on the statistics and he says even though we need social distance it's important to reach out to others anyway you can because social connection.

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"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Crisis W. WJZ Clark is life a local with the stories act hello Tom in a tweet last night Dr Mona Hanna teacher confirmed that she had tested positive for covert nineteen Dr motors research expose the high levels of lead in flint's water in twenty fifteen and she has since raised almost twenty million dollars to help the children harmed by the mismanagement of the city's water system the doctor tweets that she is doing fine but she cannot taste anything she implored others to continue to stay home amidst the pandemic Flinton Janice he county has three hundred and forty nine confirmed cases that is just the county has three hundred confirmed cases of the coronavirus ten deaths reporting live that Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty double W. changes time five oh for the Michigan department of health and Human Services canal slap fines on people and businesses that violate the governor's covert nineteen related executive orders but how will enforcement work exactly let's go live to WWJ legal analyst Charlie Langton taking a closer look Charlie I'll tell you why in force is going to be the issue Roberta but here's what the Michigan state police in fact all police officers want to enforce they want to prevent large gatherings they want to limit the use of public spaces and they want to prohibit work unless it's necessary to and here's the word sustain to protect life it's an interesting definition now if you break the rules they say there's a civil penalty up to a thousand dollars civil penalty means no jail I don't really find a thousand dollars in the statute but nevertheless you can't it's a misdemeanor under the governor's order no jail that's important interesting all this orders from the department of health and Human Services director Robert Gordon not the governor however there is a statute back in nineteen seventy eight that's that gives the power to the director of health to prevent any kind of health emergency or an epidemic and I specifically mentions the use of the word virus in that old statute so it is legit it's on the books the bottom line though when we actually received a call on our Facebook page that there was a large gathering on greenfield and Grand River people were shopping congregating this is really the type of procedure the type of the order that the police want to enforce hi whether they're going to get your for just going to work I don't know that that's going to happen I think they want to prevent a large gatherings I think that's the intent of the order but we will see how this all plays out reporting live Charlie Langton W. J. newsradio nine fifty again Charlie governor Gretchen Whitmer answering questions from local TV anchors on covert nineteen last night one question dealt with transitioning other sites like the TCS center into a medical facility we are making preparations to have additional kind of off site places around the state we've been working incredibly hard with the army corps of engineers to find appropriate places where we can set this up of course our hope is that we don't need every bad the potential of place for this is the suburban collection showplace in.

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KCBS All News

03:36 min | 5 months ago

"w. wjz" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Wants to take on Tesla the company showed Wall Street investors electric vehicles that will be out in the next couple of years W. WJZ at Gilbert no photos allowed but GM showing investors electric vehicles that are near production including a Cadillac crossover and flagship a one thousand horsepower GMC truck and batteries that can go four hundred miles on a charge I believe in my heart that we are doing the right thing and we are gonna be leaders in electrification GM CEO Mary Barra believes consumers will move to electric vehicles if car makers can remove pain points like cost recharging time and range Jeff Gilbert CBS news Detroit a dog found in mount Morris Michigan was really lost he was fourteen hundred miles from his home in Miami the two year old press the Canary name Simba was missing for about two and a half months he had a microchip which contained his owners information allowing them to be contacted when you select CBS news it's ten oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS partly cloudy skies today windy but no rain in the forecast we will have a full forecast for you just ahead good morning I'm give faster here is what's happening at this hour the quarantine cruise ship a languishing off the coast it's going to dock at the port of Oakland where officials have questions KCBS Jim Taylor is following the developments and joins us live in the new center Jim Kim of the mayor of Oakland Libby Schaaf tweeting out the news just awhile ago saying that true to our community values Oakland is a safe harbor for all the story breaking late last night at the time Oakland vice mayor Larry Reid telling KCBS what he had just learned within the next twenty four hours that the grand princes wasn't fact going to be docking at the port of Oakland in that activity there is being coordinated by the governor's office and the federal government he's not alone feeling a little ticked off that officials were kept in the dark by there's a corona virus infected do a cruise ship off the coast thirty five hundred are on board at least twenty one cases of covert nineteen on board most of those are crew members here is what's going to happen tomorrow grand princes will dock at the port of Oakland which officials say makes the most logistics answer it's the easiest court to seal off those requiring acute medical care will be taken off first remaining passengers will be whisked to isolation facilities no word on where those are but they'll be run by the federal government on their shafts as she's been assured that no one will be quarantined in Oakland and neither will anyone on board be released into the general public though the entire crew of several hundred will remain on board in quarantine the ship will not remain docked in Oakland reporting live Jim Taylor KCBS and Jim as for those isolation facilities that these passengers will go to do you think they'll be military bases then if there it's for run by the federal government you know that's one thought of course because they do use Travis for that awhile back but that that resulted in some problems they didn't really have enough space there and as we discussed earlier maybe there room and some of those minimum security prisons around I don't know it's it's not it's not the cruise ship that people had in mind no not the plan that they had and it's about thirty five hundred passengers so that's quite a few people thanks Jim Jim will keep us updated throughout the day on the latest on the cruise ship and a related to the coronavirus case CBS news time ten oh seven Catholics near and far taking precautions against the corona virus this Sunday KCBS reporter Tim Ryan explains believers are encouraged to attend masses but in a hands free way you're saying that precautions are.

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Woman critically injured after being struck by truck in hit-and run Detroit crash

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Woman critically injured after being struck by truck in hit-and run Detroit crash

"For a Detroit woman in the hospital last reported in critical condition victim of a hit and run overnight as lead police for the public's help more on that story with the W. WJZ Hewitt the victim said to be a thirty year old woman was struck as she crossed the street in the area of west McNichols and to stay Halen and Detroit's northwest side shortly after one o'clock Sunday morning police are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect involved said to be driving a black escalade or Yukon it is believed to have heavy front end damage anyone with information is asked to call the Detroit police departments fatal squad unit or crime stoppers at one eight hundred speak up

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University of Michigan says school hotline has received more than 100 unique complaints of sex abuse by late doctor

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

University of Michigan says school hotline has received more than 100 unique complaints of sex abuse by late doctor

"Developing this afternoon complaints are now pouring in about a university of Michigan doctor accused of sexual assault and abuse over decades W. WJZ Clark joining us live in local with the very latest numbers act that's right chasing after the university opened a hotline asking victims of the late Dr Robert E. Anderson to come forward the school says they have received more than one hundred unique complaints of sex abuse at the hands of the doctor this comes a day removed from former Wolverine wrestler Ted deluca identifying themselves as the original whistle blower in the case of a press conference to Lucas says he was ignored and humiliated by the university after making complaints back in the nineteen seventies and then again in twenty eighteen the local claims he was kicked off the wrestling team after making these claims if you have any questions or if you were assaulted by doctor Anderson called the university hotline at eight six six nine nine zero zero one one

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"w. wjz" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Join colleagues in answering phones for the W. W. J. winter survival radiothon for thong he talked with W. WJZ Thomas it was important for us to get that information out without getting the information now people don't know who to call how they help you give your information is out is vital and what did you like about it as a team your whole team that's here well I love the we had a microcosm of all our department we had the training academy we had a community relations yeah communications division arson EMTs we have farmers division everyone bought into this program to help our community and talk about what you see out in the field this time of year a lot of people can't afford to pay their utilities they may have an emergency that comes up that takes money away from those things that they have have to pay every month so we see people using electric heaters and things like that what particularly electric heaters you just wanna make sure that you keep everything that can burn at least thirty six inches away but the real hazard are devices that use fuel like kerosene using your stole those create carbon monoxide the silent killer so we really want everyone to avoid use alternative heating devices like that if you your he's set off called fall maybe try to call a community of programmers church but we definitely don't want to use alternative heating devices they create carbon monoxide like space heaters would Stolz even furnaces and and your your your your dryers free carbon monoxide.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:02 min | 6 months ago

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"In Detroit W. WJZ beat reporter Vicki Thomas joining us live in look with more Vicki the fire commissioner day for now says that the apartment fire here on the wiki year is still under investigation but some residents suspect that tenant who was about to be even bigger it may be responsible Denise Horton and her boyfriend escape the flying what happened how bad was the by small we do lies and I would have to fill the walls now of the eight people taken to the hospital only two were treated most work to get out of the cold weather early in the morning Taylor is stored with the management company inner city property says yes at ten it was given a verbal thirty day notice to move because of complaints about fighting with this girl friend and frequent police runs to that apartment reporting live in local Vickie Thomas WWJ newsradio nine fifty an Oakland county man has been arrested for allegedly threatening the risk and secretary of state Michigan state police first lieutenant Michael Shaw says that there were two threats made against Democrat Johnson Benson contacted the secretary by voice mail spoke with somebody in her office and made some threats due to our some of her political thought process I guess is the best way to to put it investigators cannot get a hold of that information troopers were able to locate the individual that NATO's threat he's right now being identified a seventy two year old man the man who is from a growing township is now being questioned he's expected to be charged with making a terrorist threat which carries a penalty of twenty years in prison a search on going and Hines park as officials with the Oakland county dive team look for a weapon used in a number of fast food robberies since November five local restaurants were holed up by Moses champion Yoakum county man who's admitted to the crimes telling officials that the hand gun he used in the robberies at the Taco Bell and Burger King joints it was discarded in Hines partnering stir road champions due in court tomorrow the restaurants he admitted to robbing are in Dearborn heights Livonia Redford Auburn hills Milford and independence township a local woman facing possible jail time after a violent kiss results in a man losing part of his tongue makan county prosecutor Eric Smith says fifty two year old suspect you let wedge worth was kissing a friend and his Macomb county apartment when she bit off about an inch of his tongue police arrived and were able to locate the tongue piece but it's not clear if it was surgically reattached was worth has been arraigned on charges of aggravated assault which is a misdemeanor that carries a penalty of up to a year in jail W. W. J. needs time to six Michigan Democrats trying to beat president trump to the punch on his economic message he's going to deliver today in the city of Warren more now from newsradio nine fifties run doing state Democratic Party chair look.

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03:41 min | 7 months ago

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"Tonight's here on W. WJZ of Detroit says residential streets will be taken care of by plowing crews to nights earlier reports indicated that the main roads were clearing up but side streets could be icy and slushy in the city's department of public works is sending cruise to solve that issue contractors are required to complete their work in each district within twenty four hours of beginning the work is scheduled to begin no later than midnight according to city officials of the city asked residents to remove vehicles from the street to allow those contractors to be able to do their work in other news shots were fired outside a popular metro Detroit restaurant for kids EE WJW Davis has the story someone fired off a gun outside a Chucky cheese on grass in roles veil Friday night officers were initially called out to the scene over concerns of a possible shoot out but when they got there there were no suspects or victims witnesses told police that there was no shoot out but that someone had fired shots into the air investigators found four bullet casings in the parking lot there they say no one was injured and there was no damage Stephanie Davis W. W. J. newsradio nine fifteen or university of Michigan study finds a growing number of local governments in the state are making efforts to improve their energy efficiency here's more from W. WJZY cocoa and it's a survey of over eighteen hundred local governments in over seventy percent responded to the most recent questionnaire study co author Tom my Bach was with the university's center for local state and urban policy we asked whether they had programs targeted at their residence within their communities things like promoting home weatherization and so on another big increase there in two thousand ten twenty three percent of jurisdictions were doing programs like that now that's up to forty percent researchers also surveyed government officials individually finding that eighty three percent of Democrats said promo loading environmental sustainability is important while sixty percent of Republican officials agreed Michael Cullen WWJ newsradio nine fifty W. W. Cheney's time six thirty five an audit has revealed that the city of flint is settled in more than three hundred seventy million dollars in pension legacy costs that remain on funded the audit also revealed significant errors and financial risks that occurred under the preview of former mayor Karen weaver flint mayor Sheldon nearly telling the Detroit news he's working on taking action to move past the problems that the audit revealed democratic Senate minority leader Germanic pointed to flinch lead tainted water crisis in severe population decline as contributing factors to the city's financial struggles the president assembling a made for TV legal team for his son a trial I'm from forty before heading off for a short Florida weekend president trump walked up his legal team ahead of the impeachment trial which formally starts Tuesday in the US Senate he added a couple of big names from legal battles of the nineteen nineties more recently of fox news Clint near independent counsel Ken Starr and appeals attorney Alan Dershowitz of OJ Simpson and other big case fame on there only to argue about the constitutional criteria for impeachment why these two articles don't rise to the level of an impeachable offense that on CNN Tom forty CBS news Washington strong rain storms in Australia have down some of the wildfires ravaging parts of the country but now there's a floating threats in some areas saying dress storms described as a one in a one hundred year event have swept through parts of Queensland's turning roads into reverse locals took.

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04:11 min | 7 months ago

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"Right now for an armed man in sterling heights let's go live to W. WJZ Charlie lying to the latest Charlie yeah we're a lot of cops and a lot of flash lights here sterling heights police on the lookout for a man believed to be armed right now here at the apartment complex on strawberry lane that's near hall road in Van **** multiple please when out here all night searching for this guy who is believed to have taken place and they are taking part in a robbery at about two A. M. in the area of thirteen mile insurer to people rob date friend about four hundred dollars this could have been part of a drug deal the vehicle that the suspects flight in a blue Nissan Sentra was traced to these apartment complex again it's a little after two AM please did manage to get one person in custody but it's that other person that they're looking for right now and again I'm active it's active seem a lot of police here and the person is both the suspect that is is believed to be somewhere in these apartments the cops are looking for reporting live your sterling heights Charlie Langton W. J. newsradio nine fifty Clinton township man on a bicycle struck and killed by a driver let's go live a local the W. WJZY Campbell for that story Mike fifty eight year old male and identified as Michael the governor he was trying to cross northbound grass should shelf of a hall road and and was struck by a vehicle the driver of that vehicle did stop and police say rendered aid immediately it was apparently not enough the fifty eight year old dead as a result of that of being struck on his bicycle a bicycle and a man tossed out of the side of the road police say that they do not believe alcohol was a factor drug use with the driver of the vehicle that struck the man on the bicycle of they say McGovern may have been under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash they say he was reportedly on his way to a church when he was struck reporting live Mike Campbell doubling doubly Jake newsradio nine fifty authorities say a woman with dementia who went missing six days ago has been found alive in her snow bound S. U. V. in northern California the Butte county sheriff's office says a helicopter flying over the remote and mountainous community of Butte meadows spotted a vehicle matching the description of the vehicle owned by sixty eight year old Paula BAFTA James the sheriff's office posted on Twitter that the helicopter landed the two searchers hike to the vehicle and they found her inside and she is going to be okay missing for six days a major winter storm expected a slam southeast Michigan heading into the weekend is accu weather meteorologist dean divorce no arrives tomorrow night and it's gonna come in heavy folks this is a call no over running situation we and the arctic air that this moisture on top of it so it's going to crank out soon that's why we've just gonna general three to six inches of snow and ice dean says areas north of I. sixty nine oh see more snow his complete forecast is less than ten minutes away final preparations under way for the U. S. Senate's transformation into an impeachment court at of the house officially turned over its articles of impeachment Chief Justice John Roberts is slated to preside today and administer the oath to senators who will serve as jurors and swear to deliver impartial justice California State University political science professor Janine Cray bill says there will be at least two notable exceptions even though every senator takes an oath of impartiality we had both Mitch McConnell and also Lindsey Graham allies of the president's state that they are not going to be impartial the impeachment trial is set to begin next Tuesday CNN has released audio of the heated exchange between presidential hopefuls senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders after the democratic presidential debate in Iowa on Tuesday is CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman on Tuesday night we saw them confront each other now we are hearing with Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren actually said Warren begins by suggesting that Sanders has accused her of lying on national television.

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Michigan state lawmaker apologizes for telling female reporter that boys could 'have a lot of fun' with her

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00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Michigan state lawmaker apologizes for telling female reporter that boys could 'have a lot of fun' with her

"Controversy brewing over a comment made by a Republican state senator to a female reporter WWJ Charly Langton joins us live and local with the very latest Charlie well good morning broke yeah this is Macomb county state senator Pete let's see he told a twenty two year old female reporter that she could have a lot of fun with the group of boys from dealers sell high school the group of about thirty was visiting the seat or the capital in the C. O. made the comment Alison Donahue she's with the Michigan advanced call the comments sexist she also seemed to explain himself and we'll see to assure her that there was nothing personal nothing disingenuous no harm however social medias voicing a lot of support for the reporter Donahue I've just been informed that the seat all the senator will be making a formal statement shortly reporting live Charlie London WJZ newsradio nine

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Michigan state lawmaker apologizes for telling female reporter that boys could 'have a lot of fun' with her

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00:52 sec | 7 months ago

Michigan state lawmaker apologizes for telling female reporter that boys could 'have a lot of fun' with her

"Controversy brewing over a comment made by a Republican state senator to a female reporter WWJ Charly Langton joins us live and local with the very latest Charlie well good morning broke yeah this is Macomb county state senator Pete let's see he told a twenty two year old female reporter that she could have a lot of fun with the group of boys from dealers sell high school the group of about thirty was visiting the seat or the capital in the C. O. made the comment Alison Donahue she's with the Michigan advanced call the comments sexist she also seemed to explain himself and we'll see to assure her that there was nothing personal nothing disingenuous no harm however social medias voicing a lot of support for the reporter Donahue I've just been informed that the seat all the senator will be making a formal statement shortly reporting live Charlie London WJZ newsradio nine

Larkin's shootout goal gives Red Wings 3-2 win over Senators

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00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Larkin's shootout goal gives Red Wings 3-2 win over Senators

"Five time for sports the tri renderings run home ice tonight the Ottawa senators in town and what a thrill ride was Debbie WJZ rag and this was at the el CA and filed this report well for the first time this season the red wings have chalked up three consecutive home victories thanks to a three to two shootout win over the Ottawa senators Dylan Larkin had the shootout winner as well as a second period goal Tyler Bertuzzi scored for Detroit in the first and added an assist in the second while defenseman fill up her own it chipped in with two SS goalie Jonathan Bernier turned aside twenty nine of thirty one auto was shot so again the final Friday in a shootout red wings three senators to Greg and I swear WWJ newsradio nine

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03:23 min | 8 months ago

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"First year in office she campaigned on fixing the roles but that wasn't accomplished and remains her biggest challenge the governor talked with W. WJZ at Fisher about rolls and other accomplishments when I ran I said I am tired of the only Texas that's what's gotten us in this mess in the first place and so when the legislature sent me more of the same mindset no more I put a real solution the people I did what I said they're going to do one despite the fact that everyone acknowledges roads are a critical issue are they not pose any alternate so you know I'm going to continue to move forward if they won't be helpful I'm going to do everything I can next year alone but I still am hopeful that at at some point they're going to come back to the table because make no mistake of that the road you're going to Iraq the spring we're gonna have the worst half full season with apple cat people are going to be S. band that legislatures gotta get serious about doing something to help me get the stock and you know if you you do introduce something new next year will include a tax increase but you're gonna have to wait to see you know I think I have that we've seen that the legislature is not about solving this problem inside doing more of the same that it did last year even though I tried to do it right I I'm not sure of that is an optimistic thing to do but I am going to move forward and you'll be aware of a lot of the details in the next couple of months it was the failure of getting a plan approved this year your biggest appoint disappointment of the year or or something else you know how close a lot of things I think you know I wrote we've got work yet to deal with it what a great things we announced more investment in the mobility states are and how old jobs in good paying on a chapter in any governor thirty years we've re organize state government to focus on clean up water and insuring that work protecting the public health and we make great strides and I have a foundational Wallace that it actually acts would be built into it so we can better educate our kids so I'm not going to get stuck on this one issue although I'm gonna stay focused on it we're going to we're gonna fix the damn proud of the fact matters you can help out a great victory schools here and I'm feeling optimistic is it going to twenty twenty no recreational marijuana sales got under way is that going as well as you expected so you know that you had some great they also are you concerned about the access to the product is specially for for medical marijuana on each spot we've done some great work I think in Europe this fall is doing a wonderful job leading agency and we expect a lot of things that going into the legalization so that we can make it work for for the citizens of the state and protect anything you would change about the way this is all been going you know I think there's always room for improvement the first year of any administration as you're drinking from a fire hose right your arms around all of the legacy of issues that the last administration lock but I we've got a wonderful team that is truly representative of the great first at the state is governor Gretchen with merit talking about fixing the role to with the W. WJC Beth Fisher W. W. J. news time twelve fifty four making a difference one child at a.

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03:50 min | 8 months ago

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"Community ready for Hanukkah rabbi Asher Lou pot ten of the Jewish relations community council sat down with W. WJZ Jason Scott to express the meaning of the season Hanukkah is upon us yes it is it's it's exciting Sunday night first candle Sunday nights I think I'm getting this correctly it means dedication yeah very good very excellent view I I can I can leave the house so when the gentile means dedication tell me the spirits of the holiday if you could yes that's such a great question the spirit is miracles are whether it's the miracle of the Maccabees that they fought against out of the force the Syrian Greeks at that time his way back before the common era and they were able to prevail a small force gets a large force or whether it's a miracle that occurred in the temple that oil that was was the last for one day could last for eight days but it's all about miracles and dreams and things you thought were impossible that can really happen sounds a little bit like Christmas a little bit like fantasia but you know this time of year you know what things are woods gray outside with cold and high spirits you need it exactly we need light we need our dreams and this story occurring two thousand years ago really have remained a dream for the Jewish people and remain something a gave Jews energy over time to overcome obstacles that they face over time this is an eight day holiday correct yeah saying that roughly yeah you're it's interesting you're saying or holiday in some ways it is a holiday it certainly holiday but it's not like young people are or even super cold or some of the other holidays where there are restrictions on work in and everyone's in synagogue like I think it's a chill holiday we light the candles and everything else is all extra and it's great lock as eating you know jelly donuts right eating potato lock as like for like potato pancakes doesn't do it justice hello pancakes but all that is I. xDrive parties and singing but the main thing is just to every night lighting an extra candle they go what from one to eight with a helper candle also and so so my question is you you light one candle each night's what goes along with that it's not just lighting a candle okay it's let me tell you right we're doing what goes along with that process the lighting of the camp right so technically I you like extra candles the first night is one thing I two three till eight there's a blessing to say there are there are two blessings one is is that we have this wonderful commandment to do it and it's an honor of getting to do it year after year the other one is it reflected on the miracles that occurred again two thousand years ago to the Maccabees to the people that lived in Israel of the time the Jews at the time right so their blessings and then there are songs is a famous song mambo sewer issue R. T. are beautiful song and record that I yeah so that's that you know another song that that is song and then you know bringing the whole family there and it's interesting because the original law was just one candle per household that's a little one one a day one a day then they enhance it to do an extra one in in the time of this is fifteen hundred years ago an extra candle and then also they said well let's let every member of the household like their own menorah I'm kind of kia is rabbi answer the pot to end of the Jewish relations community council talking about Hanukkah with W. WJZ Jason Scott one fourteen is our time we'll talk sports with Zach work next.

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01:36 min | 9 months ago

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"For last Christmas for months now and lots of movie goers have been anxiously waiting for it to arrive in theaters is it worth the trip to the movies we get a review now from our film critic W. WJZ Lee I have been waiting a long time to see last Christmas I'm a big fan of both rom coms and Christmas movies so in the first trailer for the film was released I was all in so now after much anticipation on my part last Christmas is now in theaters the film focuses on Kate a young woman who had everything going for her early on but at this point in her life she has no focus and she every unites everyone around her including her family members her closest friends and even her employer and even though she's a very talented singer she works in a year around Christmas shop which is where she meets the very handsome and charming Tom Webster when who buys the stuff center she's Chinese so you she's gonna go access to some really freaky outlets she just loves Christmas more than anything else more than tasteful sanity yes exactly the two strike up a friendship and become practically inseparable and that's despite the fact that she's frequently moping has a negative outlook and tries her best to get rid of him makes you wonder what he sees in her but that is one of the things that keep you watching one of the more interesting facts about this movie is that the story is based on the George Michael song last Christmas a song that plays prominently in the movie that Christmas.

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Lonely heart patients more likely to die within year of leaving hospital

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00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Lonely heart patients more likely to die within year of leaving hospital

"Loneliness not only bad for your health a could a kill year being lonely here's W. WJZ through Porter Dr Deanna lights heart patients who are lonely are at increased risk of dying within a year of leaving the hospital according to the journal heart women who felt lonely were nearly three times more likely to die men were twice as likely doctor Cheney el Rey yes a cardiologists with the DMC heart hospital says there's often some depression following a cardiac event and if you added

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Barry Sanders Weighs in on Lions-Packers game

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00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Barry Sanders Weighs in on Lions-Packers game

"Berry Sanders says tonight's lions game against the Packers is a big one let's give more live a local from W. WJZ TV reporter Vicki Thomas good morning Vicki and good morning Tom NO one on one interview Barry Sanders telling me that tonight's game pitting the lions against the Packers is a huge one for the home team off to a great start this season he says everyone is trying to figure out what the team is made up but so far they are giving thirsty fans something to cheer about point is you know to be sitting in good shape in our in the division standings and then going to play a division rival on the road on Monday Night Football I mean you know what

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Fish Oil Supplements May Do Your Heart Good

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00:27 sec | 11 months ago

Fish Oil Supplements May Do Your Heart Good

"Forty you want to reduce your risk for heart disease eating fish can help and so may taking fish oil supplements here's W. WJZ through Porter Dr Deanna lights people who took at least eight hundred forty milligrams of omega three fish oil supplements every day lowered their risk for heart disease compared to those who were given a placebo according to a study from Harvard involving more than a hundred and twenty thousand adults from around the world

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01:56 min | 11 months ago

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"Restaurant in midtown Detroit W. WJZ Clark sat down with main routes head brewer Dave Hey old to talk about what drives this Detroit original brew do you feel like you have a general style of brewing I've always been a beer first beer flavor ingredient type of brewer as the years have gone by I've had to can step outside of that box and get a little more creative with all the different types of an unnatural additives and ingredients that are all of us craft brewers are getting into but I always like to have those four main ingredients be the star of the show I really like the range in flavor presented by you have the Detroit high biscuits weeds and then you go to the glove IPA the six forty four amber and right now with limited space how did you go about selecting those three styles because again I just I love the way they flow together and the way they range across the spectrum with the hibiscus we thought about the name readers and the rivers and the color and that have biscuits gives that nice red pink issue to the beer I wanted a very approachable beer for that so that's why I chose the American wheat style and the confused squad by PA it's that New England style IPA that's just the rage right now and just kind of had to jump on the bus with that and make something a little more unique with the glove on that six forty four amber looking to be a signature beer here my introduction of the craft beer world were amber's so I'm really looking to pay homage to those beers and put a nice personal and Detroit kind of Spencer styles speaking of Detroit you could have named it anything why neighbors it's got such an interesting history and background to it we're really into the legends and for. galore and we're really fortunate to have the city of Detroit and the people behind the name Rouge.

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City council candidate wants to keep community as White "as possible"

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01:01 min | 1 year ago

City council candidate wants to keep community as White "as possible"

"This is what was said last night quote to keep merry's valley white community as much as possible those with the job dropping remarks from one of the candidates for city council for merry's filled out a form held last night in the town just south of port Huron W. WJZ and a big deal is live in local with the story Sandra time the question was about bring diversity to the area council candidate Jim Cramer not only saying she wanted to keep the areas what is possible she went on to say she didn't want any foreign born residents in the town enter Passo we've experienced is better too have it or have it simply American born put it that way fellow council candidate Mike deciding among those in shock just checking the calendar here and making sure it's still two thousand nineteen yeah I thought we covered civil rights and all fifty years ago I know I mean one nation under god and I live that form was hosted by local radio station W. H.

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Sleeping Troy woman feels home invader touch her leg in middle of night, police say

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00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Sleeping Troy woman feels home invader touch her leg in middle of night, police say

"In Troy police looking for a man in connection to a home invasion early this morning W. WJZ Ron do it with that the intruder made his way into the homes base that on amber would in the M. fifty nine Rochester road area around two AM police say the victim felt her leg being touched and once the woman screamed the suspect took off he was described as a white male eighteen to twenty five years of age then build wearing a white shirt police canines following a sense suggesting he was walking through yards in the neighborhood investigators now asking residents to check any home security

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Accident as W. WJZ beat reporter Vicki Thomas tells us special vigil held for the fallen officer at midnight Vicki and Roberta it was a year ago that Detroit officer Fadi should core was working crowd control on the city's west side when he was hit by a vehicle that fled the scene his family gathered with his colleagues to remember him during a special vigil at midnight he remained in critical condition for days before he died on August fifteenth of last year his mother says he cared about his job and his country reporting live in local Dickey Thomas W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty Detroit police need help identifying two suspects in connection with a deadly shooting on the city's west side a twenty four year old man was killed yesterday near the lodge service drive between Collingwood and Lawrence streets before the shootings witnesses say they saw the victim arguing with the suspect about debris being dumped in the alley behind his property they were said to be driving a white U. haul pickup truck WWJ news time seven thirty four is breakfast in bed for four hundred thousand it's been fifty years since the famous Woodstock music and art fair here's a look back with CBS correspondent Steve Futterman would start began with the legendary performance by Richie havens over the next few days a total of thirty two acts performed including.

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Amazon Prime Day Is The "Christmas in July"

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon Prime Day Is The "Christmas in July"

"Early next week if not it'll be a prime time to do some online shopping W. WJZ Jordan explains prime day is coming and just a few days it's been remarkably successful this whole concept of Christmas in July has been fox Rubin was seeing that he tells me Amazon prime day yes it's just for Amazon prime members but not members also can find a deal literally hundreds of other retailers now jump on board when people are looking online for deals on Amazon they can also

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