Ex-Lions QB Stafford visits Detroit for community center grand opening
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Matthew Stafford back in Detroit for the grand opening of a new community center
When Matthew Stafford left Detroit and the Lions for greener pastures with the Super Bowl-winning Los Angeles Rams, he promised his job in the city wasn’t done. The former Lions quarterback returned to Detroit this week for the grand opening of a new community center he and his wife have invested in.
See the story here.
What happened to the whales of Broderick Tower?
A mural that is an advertisement for Rocket Companies covers Broderick’s Whale Tower and is visible from Comerica Park.
With the Tigers season officially underway, more and more people are taking notice – and they’re not happy about it.
Learn more here.
Detroit man set to get out of jail until officer halts exoneration hearing
Family members who traveled to southeast Michigan to celebrate the release of a man jailed for someone else’s crimes said they were shocked and saddened to find that the hearing had been delayed.
See the report here.
Detroit man steals EMS rig and takes it for a ride
On Friday, a Detroit man stole an emergency services vehicle and then took it for a ride. While the man was in the vehicle, he also decided to use the EMS radio.
See more here.
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