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  • Lawrence Tech to use $5M bequest to fund scholarships

    A donation of more than $5 million will be used to provide scholarships to engineering students at a private university in Southfield.

  • Wisconsin generators shipped to Northeast for storm

    The winter storm could leave a lot of people in the northeast in the dark and cold. A Wisconsin generator manufacturer is ready to give people the help they need to get back online.The company-- Generac -- is ramping up production for its generators so it can ship them out ASAP. They say, of course, this is good business for them, but they are also in the business of helping people. Clement Feng of Generac says, "If we get a big surge in orders, and we realize we need to build more of a certa...

  • Northeast Blizzard Moves In, 58 Million Affected

    A winter storm the National Weather Service is describing as "crippling" and "life threatening" is now roaring into the northeast. Some 58-million people are affected, and the storm could drop up to 3-feet of snow in some places. As the first flakes fell, road crews rolled into action, trying to keep up with what forecasters are calling a "historic" blizzard. States of emergency are in place across the northeast. Train and subway service will be cut back. Drivers in some cities face travel ba...

  • New York City Subways Close Down

    In anticipation of a massive northeast snowstorm, New York City's subway system is shut down. The nation's largest public transport network said it sent additional trains to certain commuter lines Monday afternoon to accommodate "customers who want to leave work early."All service ended at 11:00 Monday night.A potentially historic and destructive nor'easter is blowing through New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. Some forecasts call for up to 3-feet of snow through Tuesday afternoon. Govern...

  • South Bend Councilman asks the mayor to use the "rainy day" fund to keep businesses in the city

    South Bend Common Councilman Henry Davis, Jr. is asking Mayor Pete Buttigieg to use the city's "rainy day" fund. Davis wants money from the fund used to help businesses in the Chase Tower.

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