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"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

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01:34 min | 3 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"We hear from W. WJZY knew that the June sixteenth shooting on potential that's near greenfield I ninety six involved to relatives a twenty two year old alleged a female shooter and a fourteen year old male victims now we know that the suspect and victim are brother and sister Chen Asia Williams charged today with both manslaughter without the intent to injure and involuntary manslaughter in the death of chance Williams authorities told WWJ that teenager Williams and her brother were inside the home when teenager removed a magazine from a gun pointed it at her brother and pulled the trigger there was unfortunately a bolt to chamber which struck chance a neighbor took him to the hospital where he died Zach Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty it's a story of a boy his dog and how they help keep the neighborhood from burning down CBS's heather Janssen with the story worst nightmare come true you never expect that would happen to you Stacey bass assesses the destruction left behind after flames ravaged part of her home her car the Russian several sentimental family heirlooms gone and she credits the words of her eleven year old neighbor David for saving the day miss Stacy miss Stacy your house is on fire Mike Riley now you're playing with me but David knew this wasn't a joke he says it was his dog chili that let him know something wasn't right begging to go outside David thought he just wanted to go for a walk our house good been burned to that was CBS's heather Janssen reporting WWJ news time is eleven forty two CBS eye on veterans presented by.

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"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:49 min | 4 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Here and at home and across the country it's important to talk to kids about what they're hearing and seeing W. WJZY Allen spoke with Kelly Houseman a license they're pissed I think the biggest thing is for everyone to get yourself educated and informed that is first and foremost that the best thing we can do is read as much as we can about civil rights and past history so that we know and can understand marble why what's going on it's happening and then do we translate that in a way that our kids can understand or do we learn together yes definitely learning together and I think being open and honest and encouraging question asking your child what they have seen what they have heard and having our very open raw dialogue about it so you let them kind of lead right yes start with where again what they have seen what they've already heard and then you break it down on an age appropriate level thing that people express on the motion your protest campaign and this is been happening for generation this is also an opportunity to teach children no matter what their ages to base their relationship author the content of the person inside and not what they look like on the outside and reminding them that stereo types are hurtful to everyone involved do we bring this up on our own to address it yeah I think it's really important to bring it up again on an age appropriate level and this is a great time especially with school being out to review history lessons and almost look at the history class and you can relate what's going on now and explain okay this is the why in the past and that leads all the way up to now it is the perfect time to review history lesson I think some ways to help our children encourage them to come up with effective way to fight racism whether it's joining a pro tax donating to organizations trying to make changes writing letters to officials but working with your children at their age level to figure out a way that your family can help contribute to some good and change what's the age appropriate the first stage to start talking about this and addressing that yet even babies it's never too early to start the conversation about diversity you've been reading that's never too early to read you a baby so books that profile multiracial characters are next week apparent you start that even at a very young age it is licensed therapists Kelly Houseman speaking there with the W. WJZY Rick Allen W. W. J. news time twelve twenty four.

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Cannonball found in Michigan recycling center

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00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Cannonball found in Michigan recycling center

"The bomb squad had to come out to our west Michigan recycle center this week W. WJZY Zameer explains why we've been told many times it's good to recycle but there are some things that just simply shouldn't go in the bin like civil war era explosives earlier this week the Kent County department of public works had to evacuate a recycling center in calling the state police bomb squad to deal with a live civil war cannonball Ken county officials say they're not exactly sure how it ended up at the recycling center in the meantime they remind people to follow the instructions when it comes to recycling no one was

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"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The country due to the pandemic sales have plummeted over the past couple of months US retail sales went down a record sixty percent from March to April W. WJZY Campbell spoke with Megan Holland spokesperson for the Michigan retailers association it's no surprise at all I mean the vast majority of retail stores are closed we have an historic unemployment and you know discuss any discretionary spending is going to take a backseat when people need essential so what do we do to try and change that because we can't let every business just go out of business right well right now the Michigan retailers association is lobbying the governor to allow stores to reopen before the crucial Memorial Day weekend so we've sent her a letter we have given her we have outlined precautions that retailers are ready to take to get back to work we believe they can get back to re opening safely for their customers and their employees or at least they should have the option to do that talk to the retailer the the restaurant association I should say and they had I guess maybe a thousand restaurants that they were aware of that are already closed more to come how many businesses do you know have close for good you know we don't have an estimate on that yet and I think it's almost too soon to tell you just heard the number that one in seven small businesses worry they won't make it I worry the longer this goes on and that number is actually low so we'll know in the next few months but I don't think it's going to be pretty I live in a small town or village actually and you know watching the store owners doing whatever they can to get people to you know don't do curbside everything hasn't been enough to keep businesses I mean can they actually work on the business.

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"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Ever cheers to heroes contest W. WJZY Palin spoke with sparkling ice VP of marketing Seri go stopped at a campaign and what we really like to think of as kind of a a nationwide call to action where we're asking people to nominate their personal hero in your life for a cancer that hero to win ten thousand dollars you know and during this time we've seen so many stories of yours were merged and we wanted to get an opportunity to to recognize these these various heroes so you know whether you're here as a friend or colleague or neighbour grocery store worker nurse anyone's able to nominate someone to hero in our eyes okay so what is the price is it's money right yes that turns out only for the winner yeah and I if your hero is selected they'll also receive five hundred dollars for nominating you can actually nominate the hero and then kind of throughout their campaigns parking light parking I surprised to give back a total four hundred thousand dollars to these unsung heroes our company here which is the honor flight network as well as some some pride in the light moment certain areas nominated hero throughout the campaign okay so this has already started is this nationwide it is nationwide and the nomination period going through now through June fourth she and then once the missions are close we identify the top three submission and then on our website you can vote during the month of July on the winner and then on August seventh the winner is announced for that ten thousand dollar prize how do you people submit their nominations you gotta help sparkling ice dot com slash heroes and there is a link in a quick sell out that the nomination that is sparkling ice VP.

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"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

08:01 min | 5 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Day online because of the coronavirus obviously W. WJZY do we spoke with the bride tablets this call can it and has this and has more the goal is to see their and you tell the copay but travel plans got canceled so we had to reschedule their fax over but surely he couldn't concentrate thank you he is very good friends with regular cruel they kind of like no we could still make the date that you want we'd have to do it on the table because that's okay on it that's what we have so much stuff to happen eight on it we wanted you will not eat and they pretty much did everything for us is really awesome what do you feel like having a wedding by zoom or or by whatever the US platform that was a use for the what what was that like it was really interesting I actually didn't call before it kind of chaotic they didn't know what to expect for the wedding but thank you for easy everything repaired and it went really definitely not like writing to look like I'm thankful that we got to do it that way need I mean didn't obviously had bigger plans but it was important to be able to be married and to be able to get things going wasn't it yeah exactly and what did it feel like I mean I mean obviously it did not what you expected but it sounds like the spirit of the day was not lost would that be fair to say yeah definitely excited to get married you know it's a little bit if we had our wedding in Mexico I'm at eight that's most important thing that we got married but how did the the group feel about all this yeah I mean it was pretty it pretty simple for us yeah we wish that we would have the thing like okay well that happened did anything change as far as the preparations or the I tire or the dress for the wedding yeah yeah actually I don't even have bill at eight sure so I ended up just like if you're in he wore jeans and a sweater we're just not full wedding attire more of a casual wedding would you say yeah as casual as a wedding can be I suppose yeah exactly but the bottom line is your husband and wife and you're ready to move on and as far as plans from here do you still plan to go to Mexico or India how do you do you plan to make up the wedding at a future date or how are you going to address that yeah everything in Mexico for October so as long as everything is right that that will be having our our ticket we planned out to be a little bit later instead of the mystical connection with W. WJZY do E. W. W. Cheney's time twelve forty four sports with Jeff lesson on the way stay with us CEO radio hi Marie Hoffman Scott Svenson was on his way to becoming a corporate CEO in the corporate manner he was living in London as deputy head of a British healthcare firm but being from Seattle he and his wife Allie really missed having a Starbucks around my wife in particular it identified that London was desperately in need of that type of an experience and that type of a product and after four years of thinking about it they decided to start a Starbucks for Britain the Seattle coffee company once he resigned then I went to the then chairman of wonderful Scottish industrialist name Sir Matthew Goodwin and he told me that I needed to take a vacation because like I told them that I was gonna go start a coffee shop company in in the U. K. coffee shops at a bad connotation so he thought I'd been working too hard and that I was having a breakdown after three years the Svensson sold their company to Starbucks for ninety million dollars now two companies later he's CEO of what has been the fastest growing restaurant chain in the US MOD pizza more CO radio and radio dot com I'm ray Hoffman now time for sports on newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. the old route the lion's head three selections number thirty five number sixty seven number eighty five with their pick early in the second round they take the top ranked running back in the entire draft he is five foot eight two hundred fall upon beyond race with the feature back out of the university of Georgia he averaged six point six yards per carry at Georgia throughout his college career he's also rated as a good receiver and blocker as well so maybe the complete package the only question you would have a bottom is at five foot eight could you take the pounding in the NFL to become a featured back also what does this mean for the incumbent Kerryon Johnson the oft injured lions running back who would help the has been very good the problem is both of his seasons were cut short with injuries you wonder if he's going to be on the way out or they might keep around and make it a two back rotation we shall see another question you have about the lines trapped as the Andres with no question he could be a weapon but what about their biggest needs many say it's still among the defense of lime where they could use an edge rusher is their pass rush has been very important perhaps responsible for a lot of the deficiencies in their pass defense and at tackle lines against Iran and against the pass their reports last year of the attempted to address their passing defense issues by taking quarterback Jeff of crude up and round number one but don't forget he only replaces Darius slay with the lines on serum is ceremoniously unloaded for a third round draft pick again second round the lions take running back the Andre swept out of Georgia I'm Jeff lesson was sports of fifteen and forty five past the hour WWJ newsradio nine fifty already thank you jazz fan it is twelve forty seven traffic and weather together in just a second here watching that problem on I two seventy five stay with us check out our all new website W. W. G. means radio dot com now traffic and weather together on the aids on newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. it is twelve forty eight and we start off with a look at your drive this morning there is a problem on northbound I. two seventy five a crash there involving we're told it's an R. V. truck there and that's causing problems for the right lane and right shoulder so you're getting by on the left side there that's northbound I two seventy five right there at six miles heads up there's a moving work crew on westbound on ninety six from Schaefer to telegraph they'll be making intermittent entrance and exit ramp closures until five AM also want to remind you in west Bloomfield township on Monday construction will close maple road and middle belt middle belt will be left open for traffic and it is set to be close through June this is to our complete construction of that lovely round about there coming out of the city on the on the I. seventy five northbound from ninety four to connect the two right lanes are closed through Saturday at three PM looking through the triple a jam cams in the idle down motor group twenty four hour traffic center and your accu weather forecast for the rest of your Saturday let's bring in meteorologist Carl Babinski he'll tell us about this rain on this Saturday morning with considerable cloudiness the both thirty nine later today cloudy we do expect some rain this afternoon high fifty six tonight cloudy with a touch of rain or drizzle of forty two.

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Michigan Governor Whitmer aims to begin reopening state economy on May 1

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01:00 min | 5 months ago

Michigan Governor Whitmer aims to begin reopening state economy on May 1

"Governor Whitmer talking with the Detroit regional chamber today about her administration's plans to restart Michigan's economy W. WJZY he went with the story it's the message many have been hoping to hear as progress continues on flattening the covert curve across the state governor Gretchen Whitmer is now looking to the first of may to begin the formal re opening process of Michigan's economy with safe practices in place at the help of Michigan business owners we are well into it right now and there's an outrage and I think as we get into next week I'll share more and more each day so that people can really understand you know the regional aspect being works at aspect and that type of work so that you can understand where there's the least amount of rest and where we can get started but the governor was quick to reiterate her decision number starting the economy and her stay home stay safe order are contingent on science I either test results that hopefully show the continued flattening of the number of coronavirus cases across the

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"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Find road improvements without harming local units of government or schools house speaker Lee Chatfield talked with W. WJZY op St Mary this ensures that every single penny that's paid in the pump is a penny that goes toward the road the fact is I'm trying to fix our roads here in Michigan we have to not just look at the symptoms which are the potholes we have to look at the root of the problem and that is that people are paying three taxes at the pump and only to go to roads the problem with that is for one of the only state in the country that do that and because of that nearly nine hundred million dollars is siphoned off in early and going to other areas we need to ensure that all the money goes to roads and do so well given education and increase in funding that's what our plan does as for the governor's bonding proposal listen I think we tried bonding in the past we've tried massive gas tax increases in the past both of those the governor has supported the problem is neither one of those have worked in a long term solution what we're pushing right now is a pre requisite it's a responsible plan to ensure all gas money the pump goes towards roads the governor's three a half billion dollar proposal it's a twenty five year debt but our state will have to anchor the only focuses on state road are planned well actually fix the local road the counties or cities and villages across the road in front of St Anne's more responsible way tackle I wrote how much will I pay at the pump what you paid the pump will not change as a six percent sales tax is taken away if the prompt it'll be replaced by six percent excise tax you will pay the exact amount of the pump the only difference is now every single penny at that pump will now go towards roads were doing so without adopting the governor's forty five cent gas tax increase we're doing so without getting back into the pockets of our taxpayers as for that taxes and that usually carved up by some local units of government so what we've done is this number one we're sending all the additional dollars at the pump we're sending that to local units of government so they can fix their roads however we're doing so by hold in schools harmless because we are capturing future growth government ensuring that money goes towards the runs however should funding of education ever drop below where that currently we put a trigger in there that the first money that comes in from the income tax goes to education and what we're doing is refining wrote an education first rather than being lazy and trying to raise everyone's taxes to fund road that education works is house speaker Lee Chatfield talking with W. WJZY of St Mary about the Republicans new plan to fund an roll and fold make that fund road repairs W. W. J. news time eight twenty three starting March fifth if you eat a bowl of chocolate ice cream you can be.

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03:37 min | 7 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Airport in for the first time protesters were joined by the governor W. WJZY is there and he joins us now live in local with more run yeah Hey guys yeah the governor here on behalf of S. C. I. U. at metro or they're trying to establish a union shop as they've had at other major airports around the country he actually worked a shift with an airport worker in order to win the unions endorse whatever twenty eighteen but a total campaign said a major pre shared what they do for a living politicians who seek office policy makers need to be present to understand the work we have yet to do today's rally ahead of what could be a pivotal state primary election next Tuesday but the governor not ready today to say which the remaining candidates answers aboard one of the local I. metro airport run do a W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty meantime the former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm throwing her support behind Joe Biden for president she spoke this morning on CNN if you all recall two thousand nine Michigan was the auto industry went bankrupt right our unemployment rate during the Great Recession is about fifteen percent it was agony who was the person inside the Obama administration to champion saving the auto industry and the million jobs that are attached to it in the industrial Midwest it was Joe Biden Michigan's primary set for next Tuesday W. W. JT is time is now to five meantime Bernie Sanders coming to Detroit this Friday he'll be a west Michigan over the weekend with his bid for the democratic presidential nomination it'll be a get out the vote rally in DC have center in downtown Detroit at seven o'clock Friday night Sanders will hold a similar event in grand rapids on Sunday afternoon Michigan's presidential primary is next Tuesday forty four degrees right now in the city of Detroit's W. W. J. news time is two oh five Warren police have arrested a parole Levi wanted for a series of recent armed robberies around metro Detroit W. WJCL McNeil joins us live in local with that story Sandra Jackie last Thursday about seven PM says Warren police commissioner bill Dwyer the suspect walked into the Burlington coat factory and a queen eight approach the cashier and told the employee don't make noise and he had a gun indicator is going to shoot her so obviously he's very dangerous you demanded the employee to open the register he made off with about five hundred dollars over Boswell arrested at the hospital although it's not clear what he was doing there Boswell was on parole on suspected says Dwyer in three other armed robberies in February along in Troy east point and he tried that twisters appointed about the satirical criminals are being released too soon Wilbert is awaiting arraignment reporting might Sandra McNeil WWJ newsradio nine fifty some tips when it comes to healthcare Macomb county this is the number of coronavirus cases and deaths in the U. S. continues to rise who is medical director Dr Kevin Lowcock general recommendations are that people should avoid contact with others who are sick people who are ill should stay home cover your cough or cover your mouth with you when you cough and sneeze with a tissue and throw it in an appropriate trash receptacle clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces on top of having enough food and water on hand in case of an enforced quarantine Lokar says you might want to also include extra medication as well W. W. JT is time is now two oh seven it's a huge facelift to the water and sewerage system to Detroit's cornerstone village mayor Mike Duggan says the forty four million dollar investment is part of the city's five hundred million dollar capital improvement program on your door.

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"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:31 min | 7 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Forces with the county animal shelter to pair up shelter dogs with inmates it's a trial program called a new lease on life sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth talked about it with W. WJZY Fisher so it's really a partnership between the sheriff's office in the M. county animal shelter to socialize dogs that for whatever reason find themselves at the shelter the more we can socialize the dogs using similar inmates that are also pet lovers I think it's more likely that the the dogs will get adopted to a good home and it also benefits the inmate because they get to interact with the animal and you have to kind of earn your right to be able to do that so it's a it's a way to modify behavior inside of our jail as well and is the help needed at animal control it is they've got you know they've only got so much personnel over there and they tried to give as much attention to these dogs as they can but always reaching out for help and I figured all their their neighbor of ours and we're both in county government I've got plenty of people here that have idle time on their hands and in corrections that usually our biggest challenge and the more we can fill it up the better off we're going to be as well so what we have in mate's doing basically there's going to interact with them I I believe I know we've got a couple visits already and I haven't necessarily witness either one of those but they're gonna they're gonna just gonna spend half hour forty five minutes with these dogs walk and then we've got several areas in the jail that are currently closed we plan on using utilizing those areas to basically just play on a walk with the dog for a half hour forty five minutes and I'll go back to the shelter and I don't know the system that the the animal control necessarily has but we've just started this we've only done a couple visits I think we're gonna do it another couple visits today and then we'll we'll tweak the system and build on it as we go down the road and how will inmates qualified to be a part of that well it would be fun on a volunteer basis and we've got a system and internal system in place to make sure that they would have a clearance to be able to do that it has to stay away from any discipline inside of our inside of our facility and how we would be taking I guess offers of of those that want to participate in this program and how do you feel it's going to benefit the inmates and the animals well I think I talked about that earlier I would see the animals are are are begging for attention a lot of these animals have been neglected for weeks if not months or years and so they're clamoring from for some attention and the more we can get them socialized I think the more likely they are to be adopted by a good home and again the inmates on a lot of more pet lovers they're incarcerated for what for whatever violation they had missing their family missing their pets and you know it just seems like a good setup that's in county sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth talking with W. W. A.'s Beth Fisher but a new partnership that'll have some jail inmates playing with animals from the Ingham county animal shelter WWE news time is of three forty four Tigers and red wings in sports coming up in thirty five seconds you know it's shocking that your home could be stolen this easily that's the brutal lesson Debra learned when thieves found her home's title online forged it and literally took ownership of her home in an instant thieves legally own Deborah's home she got evicted and spent a fortune in legal fees trying to get it back you know.

Scott Wriggelsworth W. WJZY Fisher
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01:40 min | 7 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"You about it now let's go live in local to W. WJZY early light tonight surely right now there's already a lot of people downtown here add this weekend especially now we're talking about that convention this the nation of Islam convention they'll be here at the DC up center starting today through the twenty third thousands of Muslims from around the world actually will be here and then Sunday minister Louis Farrakhan will be speaking already a lot of people at the DC of center for that changing gears a little bit Garth Brooks will be in town for feel that Saturday night guests attending are encouraged to arrive to that concert early there will be some closures and of course we've got some pretty good weather this weekend so expect a lot of traffic because there will be a lot of events going on downtown Detroit reporting live outside the DC of center in Detroit Charlie Langton W. J. newsradio nine fifty by the way if you're dying to see Garth Brooks tomorrow good news they have just announced they have found some more tickets they're going to be made available to the Garth Brooks concert at Ford field and the tickets are going on sale at eleven o'clock this morning high water is coming and plans are being developed to keep it away from Detroit's Highland Park WWJ newsradio nine fifties Mike Campbell has a story on the corps of engineers says expect twelve inches higher water levels than average this summer Ron Olson with Michigan DNR says they're concerned about flooding on Belle Isle we've got internal pumps in the canals we'll be erecting a coffer dam which is basically a temporary dam structure on the standard of the park to deflect water from coming through the canals I water fortune number of the sheds to be close last summer and the summer is likely to be no different Ole our shelters are reserved a year in advance it's almost shelters.

DC Louis Farrakhan Garth Brooks Detroit Ford field Mike Campbell Ron Olson DNR Belle Isle W. WJZY Charlie Langton W. Highland Park corps of engineers Michigan
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03:31 min | 8 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Mother and her child will go live to W. WJZY Campbell governor Gretchen whoever introduces on the plan to fix the road she says she can do it by herself all along that doesn't require the legislature to act we can get started right away that's coming up a cruise ship is on lock down off the coast of Italy because a passenger might have the corona virus good morning I'm Tom Joyner morning I'm reported just seen effort WWJ newsradio nine fifty president Donald Trump coming in Macomb county today we'll have that story ahead Tony Ortiz is coming to the sports stats Michigan state puts the lockdown on northwestern last night as they went up the Breslin center will talk about that plus the pistons fall in Brooklyn to the nets sports coming up at eight forty five hi today says thirty four degrees as accu weather it's twenty nine degrees right now at metro W. W. J. news times eight thirty one where did they go that's the question Monroe County authorities are asking in the search for a woman and a one year old daughter let's go live to double WJZY Campbell he's working the story Mike yet one year old Aubrey and her twenty one year old mother Kristin Hayslip were last seen Sunday leaving their home in new port to mobile home in Newport in Brownstown township down at the Monroe County line they were just north of mud road there they left that home telling their family she told her family she was going for a baby sitting job at one of our friends house and she was taking her child she got into a grey sedan unknown make and model this was on Sunday night she told her family it was an uber ride she has not returned since they have no idea where Hayslip inner child our police are asking you to call Michigan state police the Monroe post or just dial nine one one if you have any information on their whereabouts reporting live Mike Campbell W. W. J. newsradio nine fifth also Michigan state police helping in the search for a seventeen year old down river girl who is missing and could be in danger state police say is summer Johnson was last seen walking away from it Riverview Community High School yesterday she does not have a cell phone with her in may have trouble remembering some things Johnson was wearing blue jeans and a black jacket her backpack has a pirate logo on it anyone who might have information should contact Riverview police an accident in Washtenaw county causing delays for drivers along I ninety four this morning the quick update from Dennis off go thru UPS Lanny along east ninety four as a matter of fact between here on and the will run by pass the backup is to U. S. twenty three only the left lane is open east ninety four between Huron and the will run by pass back with an updated eight thirty while the impeachment trial continues in the Senate in Washington DC a president trump makes a visit the southeast Michigan today he will be in a warrant for a rally at Dana corporation this afternoon the Macomb county plan to build components for Detroit to the for the Detroit three and employs about eight hundred people expect the president to focus on the new U. S. M. C. a trade agreement he signed into law yeah yesterday that new trade pact with Mexico and Canada replaces nafta of the former north American free trade agreement signed it during the Clinton administration the governor gets our state of the state address to the Michigan legislature last night road funding was the message of the night governor Whitman resigned to plan B. as she put it raising an additional three and a half billion dollars for road funding through the issuance of state road bonds in a planned she calls rebuilding Michigan diverting money from teacher pension.

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03:00 min | 9 months ago

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"Heavy snow is just hours away but some cities are getting a jump on preparations and warnings for residents we'll go live to W. WJZY Campbell has in Detroit a west side neighborhood is blocked off by police investigate a shooting or Charlie elated is there what an interesting and terrible situation in Iowa traffic situation there was a semi truck accident and more than seventeen hundred piglets got loose on the freeway that's ahead good morning I'm Tom Jordan the morning I'm reported just say nafta WWJ newsradio nine fifty also coming up in sports here's Tony Michigan Michigan state in game action tonight as they take on big ten photos on the hardwood will talk about that plus the red wings look to skate away with a win tonight against the Pittsburgh Penguins sports coming up at seven forty five high of twenty nine a lot of snow coming later right now it's twenty at metro W. W. Ginny's time is seven thirty while they're saying start preparing now that's the advice of officials across metro Detroit with that winter storm warning that's going into a fact at ten o'clock tonight we're going to get hit with a lot of snow here's meteorologist in divorce diamond reverted we keep an eye on the modeling for this storm it is still coming in tonight right around midnight or so maybe a little earlier to the west a little later to the east three to six inches with more just to the north and west six or more and then less to the south with the mixing of rain WWJ news time seven thirty to the city of Oak Park he is putting a jump start getting a jump started making sure people are prepared us for this weekend's winter storm is gonna live a local the W. WJZY Campbell Mike six AM tomorrow morning Tom until Sunday at noon that's how long the Oak Park emergency snow emergency is for and that means you can't park on a city street because they want to make it easier for the plows to clear the snow away as you heard dean mention we're expecting maybe three to six inches some more some less if it's less in the city of Detroit that's going to be a decision time for the city they have levels to their snow emergency they haven't declared one but the level one is up to three inches of snow and they don't do anything other than the major roads they just sold those if they get three to six then they will also plow but it has to be over six for them to bring in their contractors to plow the subdivision or neighborhood streets they will plow the main streets but not those subdivisions streets until six inches or more we'll have to see what does city before does right now is I know is park has already announced their snow emergency tomorrow reporting live Mike Campbell doubling doubly J. newsradio nine fifty it's already bad out west rural mountain communities outside Seattle that have been without power for days and cut off from the outside world by a series of winter storms that have dumb several feet of snow on parts of western Washington state even though convoys brought in food and other supplies to those living there Jonathan Streeter says he's just gonna stay with his brother in west Seattle until everything gets back to normal finally people.

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04:57 min | 9 months ago

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"Forecast could spell big trouble for drivers regardless if it turns into ice or not W. WJZY Alan live with us spoke live with Michigan state police first lieutenant Michael tional think it's always important person don't drive in there at all if you see any standing water which we do expect to see on the on the freeways of roads anytime that you have this much rain coming in usually it's spring or summer underground isn't frozen and it kind of gets absorbed into their arouse ya come stations are able to handle it if for some to test the water which again telling you not to you're going to probably end up getting stuck to systems your tail pipe underneath the one to your engineer be stuck inside you'd be surprised how little water it takes that she move your car down so if you're actually able to stay in the current call nine one one that is your best option if not we're going to have to kind of allowed yet get out your window and set up on the roof and to help calm the state yeah but again just remember that motto turn around don't drown is the most important thing that you can remember during these type of the bank okay also the Michigan state police advising everyone to kind of have an emergency kit is that for the house and your car for both absolutely so we talk about emergency kits quite often sure hope in a lot of Michigan there's already have one but you should have the basic items in your house express you with I think this is an easy weekend for weather forecasters because you can pretty much say anything but I have a problem right so down here in the Detroit area looking more for rain or I use that ice can weigh down on those apart she got power lines at that could cause them to fail which are called the power outage that you need to have some your home that you could think about for keeping warm like blankets things like their sleeping bags of each that I kind of see where you're going so slash slate of water for your house you know it's things go bad as far as working goes that is Michigan state police first lieutenant Michael shawl speaking with W. WJZY gallon W. W. J. news time just the head of one fifteen will check sports in seconds out our website W. W. G. news radio dot com now time for sports on newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. let's start with the action on top of frozen water that he try red wings on home ice last night the Ottawa senators in town and what a thriller and was Debbie WJZY again as was at the LCA 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 Philip Peroni chipped in with two SS goalie Jonathan Bernier turned aside twenty nine of thirty one on a was shot so again the final Friday in a shoot out red wings three senators to Greg honest with WWJ newsradio nine fifty to the NFL divisional round of the playoffs begins with a double header starting this afternoon followed by a nother double dose on Sunday today's slate Peter for Michigan state quarterback Kirk cousins who will lead the Minnesota Vikings into San Francisco to face the forty Niners with the night cap featuring the red hot Baltimore Ravens led by MVP candidate quarterback Lamar Jackson against the upstart Tennessee Titans they pulled a stunning upset of the New England Patriots last weekend Titans defensive coordinator Dan peas was asked to compare Jackson the other quarterbacks yeah I think you got always compare him to Vic in Tyrod Taylor and guys like it but I just think he's kind of in a class by himself in the house with the I think he'd run running wise he's he's a phenomenal runner Houston was it Kansas city on Sunday while Seattle head to the frozen tundra of Green Bay to take on the Packers in that second game tomorrow a team that will not be participating in the playoffs this weekend is your Detroit Lions that'll manager Bob Quinn was asked about the firing of head coach Jim Caldwell falling back to back nine and seven seasons and why they haven't moved on from that Patricia following two seasons of nine wins and twenty two losses combined I think I just answered that though I think the you know we don't wanna bring it down to the basement again and start from the start the foundation again that's the answer the Detroit Pistons back in action today the Chicago Bulls visit little Caesars arena both Michigan Michigan state back in action tomorrow the number eight Spartans visit Purdue all the nineteenth ranked Wolverines will be in Minnesota to take on the gophers right here on W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty with sports at fifteen and forty five past each hour Zach Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty traffic and weather together is next W. W. J. news time one seventeen you're driving your accu weather in seconds your tax dollars school roads and freaking.

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03:24 min | 9 months ago

"w. wjzy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A car crash W. WJZY Campbell live and local with us to explain Mike and it was a pedestrian that was struck by a vehicle report on Berg road north of ten mile no description yet on the pedestrian we don't know if it's male female old young police have not said yet they are still conducting their investigation in fact the victim's body is still here on the side of bird road also on bird road is the S. U. V. that is believed to have struck the pedestrian J. of maroon blazer **** **** Chevy blazer SS type but S. U. V. that is sitting in the southbound lanes of bird road and it has the front grille hanging down as well as the right front fender is pretty well bashin up near the top front of that and that appears to be the impact point we don't know much about the driver either I could tell it was a male because I saw I'm going to the battery of tests for impairment and it did not appear that he was having trouble with those tests he's now being questioned again we're looking for more information from police once their investigation is complete reporting live along a closed bird road Mike Campbell doubly doubly J. newsradio nine fifty a stabbing on Detroit's north west side leaves a man dead in a woman injured police say the twenty five year old man stabbed the twenty four year old woman during an argument she fought back stabbing him in return this all happened in the area of Churchill and Rosa Parks Boulevard about nine thirty last night he died later at the hospital she is in temporary serious condition there is a search on like Michigan after two teenagers were swept off up here last night and only one of the kids made it out of the water two teenagers a boy and a sixteen year old girl we're on the pier at Holland state park about eleven thirty last night when a wave crashed onto the pier and basically just swept them into the water below a supervisor at Ottawa county central dispatch says the teenage boy hit his head but was able to get out of the water but the sixteen year old girl was not able to get out waves as high as ten feet out there it is of the election year twenty twenty and eventually all of the presidential candidates who stay in the race will set up shop in Michigan as they gear for the March tenth presidential primary election here but is W. W. J. Lansing bureau to Tim's good look explains our state is not yet a priority Michigan voters are pretty much bystanders in this presidential contest as we move into the new year as all of the attention is on Iowa and New Hampshire March tenth is the date that you circle on your calendar to vote in the Michigan presidential primary and secretary state Joslin Benson has released the names that will be on that ballot fifteen Democrats and three Republicans not just Donald Trump but the former Massachusetts governor Bill wild and a current Illinois congressperson Joe Welch will also be competing for your Republican vote if you decide to vote in that crime March tenth reporting from Lansing transcript W. W. J. newsradio nine fifth violence at the U. S. embassy in Iraq has subsided following two days of protests but CBS news correspondent Laura cadastre says tension still high the conflict began after an American contractor was killed on an Iraqi base last week the U. S. blames the Iranian backed Shia militias and targeted several of their bases with airstrikes in Iraq and Syria killing more than two dozen.

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Oakland County confirms case of rabies in skunk found in West Bloomfield

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Oakland County confirms case of rabies in skunk found in West Bloomfield

"Twelve there's another confirmed case of rabies in an animal in Oakland county here's W. WJZY rob St Mary's county health division says it was found in a skunk removed from west Bloomfield this year radius has been verified one cat for bats and twelve skunks in Oakland county health officials are urging residents to stay away from wild animals make sure they get their pets regular vaccinations against the

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"One forty nine fifty WGN a lot of people are saying I want to go home and I want to take my car with me the Harsin Simon fairy is set to transport pedestrians this morning as crews work to repair that damage doc W. WJZY Campbell is there this morning W. WJZ TV reporter Vicki Thomas getting new and bizarre information about a double murder on the west side for a live update from the scene is coming up some people out west think they have the solution to the problem with where do you put the homeless somewhere where they're comfortable and safe what do you think about a cruise ship that story's ahead good morning I'm Tom Jordan good morning I'm reported just saying if a WWJ newsradio nine fifty also coming up in sports is Tony Michigan loses on the road in Illinois and the red wings and pistons are both back in action tonight we'll look at all of that and more coming up in sports at six forty five to the forecast higher thirty seven degrees right now to eighteen at metro W. WGCI was six thirty one Parsons island is still without very service after the dock collapsed on the mainland side of the crossing more live in local from the scene with W. WJZY Campbell Mike it does not look good to head the main dock which is where the champion ferry comes in and drops cars off passengers off from our sins island and then returns them can't get into the dock yesterday they were pulling it apparently the dock collapsed due to the high water they're saying a lot of the damage done from high water levels and they are now only taking passengers no vehicles over I'm counting ninety two vehicles at places in the parking lot at the at the ferry dock and across the street where there's some parking lots right in this guy didn't want me to use his name or his occupation he works on the island has to catch the five thirty ferry usually can't do that not till eight this morning there's nothing you can do about it I gas so I don't know I walked over and looked at it this morning and that's pretty bad shape.

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Deer crashes up in Michigan

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Deer crashes up in Michigan

"Firearm deer season starting today in Michigan W. WJZY Campbell tells us why drivers need to be extra alert shorts alliance of Michigan is urging drivers to be alert for deer on the move as Michigan firearm deer hunting season runs through November thirtieth a lot of crashes are caused by deer and vehicle collisions fifty three thousand four hundred sixty four last year in Michigan Oakland county record the highest total for the counties at eighteen hundred fifty one and within Oakland county Rochester hills the highest total for cities at one hundred fifty one lapierre county had the fourth highest total Macomb county was the one

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"A marijuana business venture in mid Michigan he spoke with W. WJZY on doing which is a company that and because act of one eighty one and ten conning is where this disability the sale which means everything in the processing as well and marijuana business will be done there so everything is in house and what really what it what it does is out to me it's the group from the people it really it's about the people who their intentions are coming from the care given background words about Paul it's not about to the dollar at the end of the day that all works itself out but so the radical genetics guys the mission to point our dance styles all the people that through due diligence in this relationship for about over the last four years find enough people that there's a way to work and what I found in my life by just be consistent and be true to myself and to the people around me that great things happen so it's a great way for me to not only expand my journey and how this plan has saved my life but also to enable the people that who are like me that didn't have didn't know any of the information or whatever else that they know that they have an option because what it is about as having an option and haven't somewhere where you can get information that you can trust and people who know you dear no your advocacy of marijuana over the past four years but for those who don't to me how did this become part of your personal journey how well you know its pretty much shot through almost dying throughout you know I'm an alcoholic and you know I've been through for re out between that the polls and you you you hear through the athletics playing in the nineties and two thousands of somethings are required that you created as marcher you know the truth or not now that we are I'm one of those people that is this is why we're here now I've been sober since November eleventh two thousand fifteen and that's true the plant that I've found not only been able to get my health as far as my blood pressure are back to normal my weight back to normal as you know lifestyle changes I quit smoking cigarettes because of this plant but to you know it's it's the education and a lot of this is that in the DVD that you hear about and it's just knowing your body and I got educated and it's one of those things that I you saw how I protected the right wing crashed I just took that off and put the plant there because it saved my life and out of respect and honor to it I have to inform and get educated as much as I can is Darren McCarty with WWJ newsradio nine fifties Ron dually W. W. J. news time one forty fives that clerk at the sports.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"W. WJZY and Willie is all then he says most fantasy drafts of taking place this weekend it is fun I love it it's just after to get together with your buddies when you to learn the game a bit more to you to learn what players are what teams you can they give you a vested interest throughout the course of the season you get to learn players I mean like Christian McCaffrey of course running back in Carolina maybe somebody would know who that is or deandre Hopkins wide receiver at Houston you get the follow guys you get to see talented players a different positions around the league and you know that when you hear people talk about yeah the guys in my fantasy football team and maybe it's a Monday night game and it's let's just say it's you know again the Texans against the Panthers and it's giving you a rooting interest even though you have no interest in the game WWJ news time seven twenty three their animals are kind of his thing I love of livestock once you've had that book it just just like an extension of your real family Elsie's gremlin is of the Michigan state fair he's a director of livestock and agriculture there the fair runs today through Labor Day scram says he used to be the fair is all about the livestock the originally were really about the animals about the livestock in the four H. clubs and the like were state hello it's a show place of agriculture and no place that farmers brought their best to compete and to try to understand get new ideas and better lifestyle and it's worked all those years and still continues I know sometimes the glitz and we'll have a beautiful mid way out there but that just kinda adds the two things it helps draw people in case to the Michigan state fair open this morning at ten AM at the suburban collection showplace an overlay Dow futures are way up this morning will check your money ahead WWJ news time seven twenty.

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

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"Records if it is approved the legislation would allow clear to window allow clear the criminal records of more than two hundred thirty five thousand people without them applying to a court or and talked about it with W. WJZY Fisher but it is needed because we have hundreds of thousands of Michigan residents who are still living with a blemish on their record or something that is now legal other citizens of spoken they said that cannabis Charlie legal in the state of Michigan and I think it's important that all the individuals who were harmed by professional the individuals were still living with that record I have a chance to get away pop the record so that it doesn't continue to be a drag on their life yeah these individuals when they're seeking jobs when they're seeking a student loans I am in other situations you have these these records come back up and and I think that now it's legal in Michigan we should make it clear that no one who is on a bus in the past have to still you know live with that green scarlet letter Carla what is it Sir there's there's a letter or something I don't know well in yeah I mean can people apply to get their record expunged now now that it is legal so there is a current explains that statue in the state of Michigan that that some people can apply but there are number restrictions and limitations and the and that's that's part of the point my bill for one you have to wait a number of years until you're eligible for and two there are limits as to how many offensive you can have on your record a little bit you're very strict you can only have one felony or two misdemeanors you have more than that year you're barred from ever asking for explains that state senator Jeff when of an Arbor with newsradio nine fifties bath Fisher now the rain delay another loss for the Tigers down in Cleveland last night sports coming.

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