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- Harassment alleged at one of Michigan's biggest non-profits February 27, 2017The top boss at one of Michigan's biggest nonprofits is under fire for sexual harassment. Tonight at 11 p.m. on Local 4 News, the Defenders reveal who's making these claims and what it could mean for this popular CEO. Allegations include: crude emails rude comments inappropriate and sexist behavior What does it mean? Watch the […]
- Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor evacuated after bomb threat February 27, 2017The Hebrew Day School of Ann Arbor was evacuated Monday morning after a bomb threat was received.The call was made just before 9 a.m. The school is on Birch Hollow Drive.Michigan State Police K-9 officers were on the scene. The school has been cleared by the authorities.Police say because of the recent threats at other […]
- Retired Detroit police officer in custody after shots fired; grenades found in home February 27, 2017A retired Detroit police officer has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, and police believe he is suspected of firing 20-30 rounds Monday morning on the city's west side.The situation started around 3:30 a.m. on Abington near Ray Monnier which is in the area of Southfield and Grand River. Detroit police said the man […]
- Warren police officer shoots himself in leg during training at gun range, sources say February 27, 2017A Warren police officer accidentally shot himself Monday morning during training at a gun range, sources say. The officer was shot in the leg and suffered a serious injury. He is in stable condition. The officer has been with the Warren Police Department for more than 20 years. UPDATE: Detective has been a part of […]
- Ratification votes to be held on deal for Windsor's inside workers February 27, 2017Inside workers for the City of Windsor vote Monday evening on a tentative agreement. CUPE local 543 president Mark Vander Voort hopes members take the deal.
- February on track to tie monthly warm-weather record from 1998 February 27, 2017Warmer than normal temperatures have set this February on the fast-track to tie the all-time record for warmest February. The average temperature in the Windsor region this month was five degrees higher than normal, according to David Phillips from Environment Canada.
- Suspension deadline looms for Grade 11 and 12 students without up-to-date immunization February 27, 2017The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit started sending out warning letters months ago. As of last week there were still 2,000 students facing possible suspension.
- Diluted chemo victims discuss support group, vow to keep fighting February 27, 2017Claimants in a diluted chemotherapy lawsuit met Sunday to discuss forming a support group and vowed to keep fighting for a fair settlement.