Join DPTV Thursday, January 28 at 4:30pm ET for this important conversation about the state of education.
Category: ABJ Clips
News From Around Detroit
- Why are racial disparities in Michigan's COVID-19 cases and deaths shrinking?by Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
The coronavirus hit Michigan's Black residents early and especially hard, but racial disparities in cases and deaths have narrowed.
- Grosse Ile community tries to win Mega Millions jackpot to fix bridgeby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
It's been almost a year since officials shut down and deemed the Grosse Ile Parkway Bridge unsafe, and residents are getting frustrated.
- Winning Mega Millions $1B jackpot ticket sold in Noviby USA TODAY (GANNETT Syndication Service)
The Mega Millions jackpot on Friday was worth an estimated $1 billion, making it the third-largest jackpot in U.S. history.
- GM engineers build heated tents to make food distribution easierby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
A team of GM engineers created a heated tent system so Wayne Metro can better run its food distributions during winter.
- Hackel asks Biden to give Macomb County 50,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine per weekby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking that the county receive 50,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine a week.
- The day Marie Curie got snubbed by the French science world
One hundred and ten years ago, Marie Sklodowska Curie was formally rejected for membership by the French Academy of Sciences.
- Protests erupt across Russia demanding Navalny's release
Protests erupted in cities across Russia on Saturday to demand the release of opposition leader Alexei Navalny, the Kremlin's most prominent foe. Police arrested more than 1,600 people, some of whom took to the streets in temperatures as frigid as minus-50 Celsius (minus-58 Fahrenheit).
- UK doctors seek review of 12-week gap between vaccine doses
A major British doctors' group says the U.K. government should "urgently review" its decision to give people a second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine up to 12 weeks after the first, rather than the shorter gap recommended by the manufacturer and the World Health Organization.