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She’s back: Kim Adams returns to WDIV weather team in August

DETROIT – Former Local 4 News Meteorologist Kim Adams will rejoin WDIV as Meteorologist on all of our station’s main content platforms -- Local 4 News on television, the station website ClickOnDetroit, and the station’s streaming channel Local 4+, it was announced today by WDIV Vice President and General Manager Bob Ellis.
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Metro Detroit home sellers are late to the party as buyers get fearful

Metro Detroit residents who’ve been looking to buy a home: Your time may be now. Increasing interest rates on already-raised home values are excluding some buyers from the market, reducing the number of bids homes are receiving, real estate agents say. It’s still a seller’s market thanks to insufficient inventory without enough homes being built and the possibility of paying higher taxes keeping many homeowners in place. But owners who do opt to sell may have to temper their expectations.

2022 Ford Fireworks: City Of Detroit Provides Information On Closures, Restrictions, & Parking

(CBS DETROIT) – The 2022 Ford Fireworks are scheduled for June 27 this year. To ensure residents are safe while enjoying the event, the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan will be enforcing access restrictions to Belle Isle, Hart Plaza, and other parks along the Detroit River.   Hart Plaza City officials say Hart Plaza will be open, but people will not be able to set up anything before 2 p.m. on June 27 In addition to this, Hart Plaza will only be open until capacity is reached No tents, alcohol, drones, pets, or contraband (weapons, knives, etc.) will be allowed. Flames or fires are...

Detroit Police Department To Hold Abandoned Vehicle Auctions Beginning June 28

(CBS DETROIT) — The Detroit Police Department will be auctioning off dozens of cars, trucks and motorcycles across the city. The department is holding nine abandoned vehicle auctions through July 26. The first auction is scheduled for 9 a.m. on Tuesday at Elite Towing (13020 E. McNichols). DPD says credit cards will be accepted, all successful bidders must have a valid driver’s license and a license is required for all bids that are more than $2,500. The vehicles must be removed by 3 p.m. on the day of the auction. Anyone who has had a contract with the city must sign an affidavit stating...
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Could proposed Oxford shooting surprise witness backfire on parents?

Pontiac — Accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley could be called to testify at his parents' trial for involuntary manslaughter, a prospect that one expert said is a double-edged sword for the defense. During a Monday pretrial hearing, defense attorney Shannon Smith told the judge about the plan...

When Is Government Official's Blocking Commenter from Social Media Page "State Action"?

From Judge Amul Thapar's Sixth Circuit opinion in Lindke v. Freed today, joined by Judges Ralph Guy and Chad Readler:. Like many Americans, James Freed joined Facebook to connect with friends and family. He created a Facebook profile—a private account limited to his "friends"—and used it for years. But eventually, he grew too popular for Facebook's 5,000-friend limit on profiles. So Freed converted his profile to a "page," which has unlimited "followers" instead of friends. His page was public, and anyone could "follow" it; for the page category, Freed chose "public figure."