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Detroit Woman Charged With First-Degree Murder In Fatal Shooting Of Boyfriend

(CBS DETROIT) — A Detroit woman accused of fatally shooting her boyfriend is charged with first-degree premeditated murder. Antoinette Denise Moore | Credit: Detroit Police Department According to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, 51-year-old Antoinette Denise Moore is also charged with tampering with evidence and felony firearm. Moore was arraigned on Monday in 36th District Court and was given a $1 million cash/surety bond. Prosecutors say on June 24, Moore allegedly shot 47-year-old Willie Grant Jr. during an argument. At about 8:03 p.m. that day, police were called to a home in the 16000 block of Bringard Street in Detroit for a reported shooting and found Grant lying face down on the front lawn with a gunshot wound to the back. He was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Moore was arrested later that evening. A probable cause conference is scheduled for July 11 and a preliminary examination is scheduled for July 18. © 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or 
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Sisters Feel Joy 'Like 5-Year-Olds' in First Meeting After 56 Years of Not Knowing the Other Existed

For years, Diane Ward and Mary McLaughlin criss-crossed the country and came oh-so-close as they circled each others' orbits. McLaughlin, living in suburban Detroit during her youth, regularly visited her adoptive family's relatives in suburban Pittsburgh. At the time, Ward was living in suburban Pittsburgh with her own adoptive family while making frequent trips to visit that family's relatives in suburban Detroit. At one point, the two women determined that the homes where each had stayed in Michigan — where their biological mother had given birth to both of them three years apart — were separated by a mere 15 minutes.
Food & Wine

The Origins of Bibimbap

Before opening her restaurant Miss Kim in Ann Arbor, Michigan, chef Ji Hye Kim took a deep dive into the history of Korean cuisine. One of the dishes she researched was bibimbap — a dish that in the US is often served just one way, but that in Korea appears with many regional and seasonal variations. Here, the F&W 2021 Best New Chef shared what she learned about the history and many forms of bibimbap, along with a summer vegetable bibimbap recipe that makes the best of peak season produce. As told to Andee McKenzie.

Why the Pistons are about to lead the NBA in highlights

Cade Cunningham and the Detroit Pistons just added two new weapons in the NBA Draft in Jaden Ivey and Jalen Duren. The Pistons lacked athleticism last season, especially prior to the trade for Marvin Bagley III, as the only real above-the-rim player they had was Hamidou Diallo, who played in just 58 games.

Accused Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley to take stand in parents’ trial

Accused Michigan school shooter Ethan Crumbley is expected to take the stand in his parents’ involuntary manslaughter trial, it was revealed Monday. Attorneys for James and Jennifer Crumbley said at a hearing in Oakland County Circuit Court that the teenager would be questioned on “extraneous matters” — and not the November 30 shooting at Oxford High School that killed four. “We need him as a witness in this trial,” said Shannon Smith, who represents Jennifer Crumbley. “There are just certain questions we would just not be able to ask. We do understand that.” Calling the teen to the stand “is not about...

Kwame Kilpatrick Book Signing Brings Literary Art to Light Up Livernois

Kwame Kilpatrick book signing at Light Up Livernois in Detroit on Saturday, July 2. Kwame Kilpatrick will sign copies of his new book, Off The Grid: The Journey Back to Destiny during Light Up Livernois, Detroit’s fashion, art, and design street festival this weekend. His book signing is from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, July 2 inside the event’s hospitality suite at The Pop Up Shop located on 19410 Livernois Avenue in Detroit.

Removal Of Contaminated Tank Brings Former Pontiac Elementary Closer To Revival Into Community Center

(CBS DETROIT) – The redevelopment of the former Webster Elementary School continues to move forward as a contaminated 20,000-gallon underground tank was removed, according to Oakland County officials. Contaminated tank removed from the former Webster Elementary School | Credit: Oakland County The tank, which was used to store fuel oil, was removed from the ground by a crane operator. Last year, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy awarded Oakland County a $425,000 grant to clean up the site. “Without these grants, many of these sites would continue to be an eyesore in our communities,” Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter said. “So,...

Judge tosses evidence from James and Jennifer Crumbley's Oxford High School shooting trials

OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. (Fox 2) - An Oakland County judge allowed some evidence to be tossed from the trials of James and Jennifer Crumbley. Defense for the Crumbleys filed motions to have several pieces of evidence withheld from their clients' Oxford High School shooting trials. Both James and Jennifer are facing involuntary manslaughter charges after their son Ethan Crumbley is accused of killing four classmates last year.

Detroit mom charged after blind 3-year-old son’s body found in freezer

A Detroit mother has been charged with murder and torture after police found the decomposing body of her blind 3-year-old son stuffed in a freezer in their home. Azuradee France, 31, was hit with a string of charges on Sunday over the death of her little boy, Chase Allen, the Detroit News reported. Chase’s body was discovered in the home’s basement freezer last Friday after police and child services were called to conduct a welfare check on the boy. The medical examiner ruled the boy’s death a homicide, but details surrounding exactly how he was killed haven’t been released.  It wasn’t...