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18-year-old man dead after Ypsilanti Township shooting

YPSILANTI TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A man has died after he was shot Wednesday afternoon in Ypsilanti Township. Washtenaw County Sheriff's deputies responded to the 1000 block of S. Harris Road at 4:30 p.m. When they arrived, they found a shooting victim, 18-year-old Sean Longoria. Longoria was taken to a hospital,...
YPSILANTI, MI
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Abortion opponents celebrate end of Roe v. Wade in front of Ann Arbor Planned Parenthood

ANN ARBOR, MI - The day Roe vs. Wade died in America, an orange line divided two groups of people on a hot summer afternoon in Ann Arbor. On one side stood a handful of people donning rainbow vests in front of Ann Arbor’s Planned Parenthood building, 3100 Professional Dr. When anyone walked up to the building, they escorted them to the entrance to receive reproductive health care. Otherwise, they stared ahead silently.
ANN ARBOR, MI
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East tops West in 2022 Lenawee County Senior Football Showcase

TECUMSEH — Lenawee County’s finest senior football players came together Friday night where the East All-Stars shined a bit brighter, winning 25-3 in the fifth senior showcase.  The East got first half touchdowns from Matt Samborski (Tecumseh), Noah Schnoor (Blissfield) and Nico Johnson (Britton Deerfield) to build a 18-0 lead at the break, and nearly had...
LENAWEE COUNTY, MI

Lenawee Now's Van Doren tenders his resignation

ADRIAN — Lenawee Now Executive Director Jim Van Doren has tendered his resignation after the city of Tecumseh and Lenawee County government decided to withhold dues to the economic development organization. Van Doren said he is turning over day-by-day operations as executive director to Tim Robinson, director of operations,...
LENAWEE COUNTY, MI
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Former Haab’s Restaurant owner will lead Ypsilanti’s 4th of July parade

YPSILANTI, MI -- It didn’t take Mike Kabat more than 30 seconds after he received a phone call to say yes to becoming Ypsilanti’s 4th of July Parade’s grand marshal. Kabat was the owner of the former Haab’s Restaurant, located in downtown Ypsilanti for 47 years. Haab’s Restaurant, a family-dining establishment that served a loyal customer base was open for more than 87 years before its closing in March.
YPSILANTI, MI
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Supreme Court decision sparks protest across metro Detroit

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Protests continue across the United States Friday night after the Supreme Court made a landmark decision, overturning Roe V. Wade. A crowd of people gathered outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., which can be seen in the video player above. Nearly a thousand protestors...
DETROIT, MI
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Jackson High School Names New Football Coach

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - Jackson High School’s new head football coach is Antonio Parker. He replaces Scott Farley who resigned after last season. Parker graduated from Jackson in 2001 and has been on the staff as an assistant the past 18 years, the last five as defensive coordinator. Subscribe...
JACKSON, MI
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Scouting report for Michigan TE commit Deakon Tonielli

The Michigan Wolverines secured their seventh verbal commitment in the football class of 2023 when three-star tight end Deakon Tonielli (Oswego, Ill.) announced his pledge to the program on June 19. A big-bodied player already, Tonielli has a lot of potential to grow into a solid all-around player at the...
OSWEGO, IL

Republicans seeking Michigan House seat discuss issues

ADRIAN — Candidates for the new 34th District in the Michigan House of Representatives answered questions Thursday during a forum in Adrian. Republicans Julie Moore of Adrian Township, Ryan Rank of Madison Township and state Sen. Dale Zorn of Onsted are seeking their party’s nomination in the Aug. 2 primary election. They participated in the forum hosted by the Lenawee County branch of the NAACP at Adrian High Schools Julianne and George Argyros Performing Arts Center.
ADRIAN, MI
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