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Top Detroit news: Man fatally shot after dice game; sewage study aims to trace virus hot spots

Top Detroit news: Man fatally shot after dice game; sewage study aims to trace virus hot spots
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By Hoodline - Published on May 28, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Detroit.

County to study sewage as way to trace virus hot spots

A county in southeastern Michigan wants to determine the effectiveness of sampling and studying sewage to see whether hot spots for the COVID-19 virus can be traced. The pilot project was expected to start in June in Macomb County, just north and northeast of Detroit. 

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

Lions reportedly received proposal about moving training camp to West Virginia

Pro Football Talk reported Tuesday that the Lions are one of two teams to receive a proposal about moving training camp to The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia, along with the Carolina Panthers.

Read the full story on Detroit Free Press.

Birmingham teen launches book drive to benefit Detroit children affected by closings

Cooper Schoenberg is accepting donations of new or gently used books for children ages infant-8. The books will benefit Brilliant Detroit.

Read the full story on www.dailytribune.com.

Man killed in shooting after dice game on east side

Police are investigating after a shooting early Wednesday that killed one man and injured another. According to authorities, it happened at about 2 a.m. on Keystone Street, near the intersection of Seven Mile and Mound roads.

Read the full story on Graham Media: WDIV Detroit.


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