Sarah Rahal The Detroit News Published 3:15 PM EST Jan 31, 2019 Warren — A Detroit police officer was arrested and placed in Warren police custody Wednesday night for disorderly conduct and carrying a weapon while intoxicated, Detroit police said. Warren police responded to a call on assault and a disorderly person at the Alibi Bar, 7266 E. Nine Mile. When they arrived, they determined the person involved was a Detroit police officer, who was placed under arrest and given a breath test for alcohol. The officers notified the Detroit Police Department's internal affairs unit. No one was hurt in the incident. [email protected] … [Read more...] about Detroit officer arrested for carrying a weapon while intoxicated
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Saturday, December 08, 2018 by: JD Heyes Tags: 2020 election, Cherokee Nation, democrats, DNA test, Elizabeth Warren, hoax, left cult, Native American, phony, Pocohontas, President Trump, presidential hopeful, presidential race, ROFL, stupif, Twisted (Natural News) There is a saying alternately attributed to Mark Twain and Abraham Lincoln that says something to the effect, “It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.” This might have come from Proverbs 17:28 in the Bible which says, in part, “Even a fool who keeps silent is considered wise…” No matter the origin of this phrase, it’s a very appropriate lesson for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., who may have destroyed any chance she had to viably win her party’s 2020 presidential nomination. Some weeks ago, and most likely in response to endless ribbing by POTUS Donald Trump, Warren decided to take a DNA test to … [Read more...] about NYT confirms Elizabeth Warren is 1 part Indian, 99 parts IDIOT for claiming DNA test qualifies her as a “woman of color”
Jamie L. LaReau Detroit Free Press Published 9:19 AM EST Dec 5, 2018 Meet one of Ford's newest employees, Natasha. She spends much of the day dozing on her desk. When she's awake, she's socializing. And, when nature calls ... forget the ladies room, Natasha heads for the lawn. Natasha is not your typical Ford employee. She's an 11-year-old Yorkshire Terrier pup. She has been coming to work with her owner and 15-year-veteran Ford employee, Jeannie Floer, 51, at least once a week since mid-September. That's when Ford launched a pilot program allowing those who work at Ford Land, its real estate management arm, to bring their dogs to work. "I was so happy when Ford offered it," said Floer, who's an occupancy planner at Ford Land. "It's good for new people who might work 10- to- 12-hour days. They don't have to worry about their dog." Whether it's a dog at work, a daily happy hour at the … [Read more...] about Detroit automakers offering perks to woo tech talent amid cuts
Candice Williams The Detroit News Published 5:58 PM EDT Oct 25, 2018 As a graduate of the Wayne State University’s College of Engineering, Avinash Rachmale has had an ongoing relationship with the school. He started a business locally, hires Wayne State graduates and sits on the college’s Board of Visitors. That relationship grew Thursday with the university announcing that Rachmale and his wife, Hema, have donated $5 million to the College of Engineering for scholarships and a new testing laboratory. “I’m passionate about Wayne State and I think this will be a great help to the engineering school,” said Rachmale, CEO and chairman of engineering firm Lakeshore Global Corporation. The announcement comes as Wayne State wraps up its “Pivotal Moments” fundraising campaign and the university closes out its sesquicentennial celebration on Friday. The university raised $776.5 million, exceeding its $750 million goal, University President M. Roy … [Read more...] about Wayne State announces $5M donation for scholarships, new testing lab
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Health Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by Laboratories frequently “reclassify” genetic mutations. But there is no reliable system for telling patients or doctors that the results of their genetic tests are no longer valid. ByGina Kolata Oct. 16, 2018 The results of a genetic test may seem final — after all, a gene mutation is present or it is not. That mutation increases the risk of a disease, or it does not. In fact, those findings are not as straightforward as they might seem, and the consequences may have grave implications for patients. While a person’s genome doesn’t change, the research linking particular bits of DNA to disease is very much in flux. Geneticists and testing labs constantly receive new information that leads them to reassess genetic mutations. As a result, a mutation The result: The gene … [Read more...] about The Results of Your Genetic Test Are Reassuring. But That Can Change.