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A viewer thought animal in Macomb County could be missing Detroit Zoo wallaby. We asked the zoo

The Detroit Zoo may have called off the search for its missing wallaby joey, but people in Metro Detroit still have their eyes peeled for the 5-month-old animal. A viewer from Washington Township, Margaret S., emailed ClickOnDetroit’s Cassidy Johncox on Friday morning, showing a couple of photos of an animal on the roof of a home, suggesting it could be the missing joey.
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Michigan congressional candidate Carl Marlinga may be a Democrat, but his favorite Supreme Court justices are uncompromising conservatives

Carl Marlinga, the apparent frontrunner in the Democratic primary for a new U.S. House seat in Macomb and Oakland counties, previously aligned himself with conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices in a survey from an anti-abortion group. Marglina filled out the Right to Life-LIFESPAN survey in 2012 when he was a...
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Macomb, St. Clair county leaders attend Richmond forum

Local leaders from Macomb and St. Clair counties recently met in Richmond for this year’s elected officials breakfast forum. Hosted by the Richmond Area Chamber of Commerce, the event took place May 13 at Maniaci’s Banquet Center. Chamber Executive Director Susan Eisenhardt said she was pleased with the 2022 forum. About 150 people attended.
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Roseville officer won’t be charged in fatal shooting of man who was wielding knife

ROSEVILLE, MI -- The Macomb County Sheriff’s Office says no charges will be brought against an officer with the Roseville Police Department after the officer shot and killed a man last month following a traffic accident. According to Fox 2 Detroit, the MCSO completed its investigation of the April 26 shooting and determined it did not find evidence that necessitated charges against officer Chad Lee.
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No charges for Roseville police officer who shot, killed man armed with knife after crash

FOX 2 - A Roseville police officer who shot and killed a man who confronted him armed with a knife after a traffic crash, has been cleared of any possible charges. Officer Chad Lee shot and killed a knife-wielding Frank Robles, after he crashed into a semi-trick on Groesbeck Highway nearly head-on, April 26. Robles was asked by officers if he was okay, and he replied no. He was seen holding a knife and appeared to have slit wrists when he failed to respond to multiple commands from officers to drop it.
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