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A Bradford High School student was taken into custody after reportedly stabbing another student Tuesday morning at the school. The weapon used in the incident was recovered, according to the release. According to a FOX 6 report, an initial investigation found that a student stabbed another student shortly before 8:30 a.m. The school is now in soft lockdown.
  • Sheila E Says Prince Fans Need To Hear New Music

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    He wrapped with an emotional " Purple Rain " and earned cheers and a standing ovation from those watching him on screen. The iconic musician was found dead a year ago today in an elevator at his private estate, Paisley Park. We won't point out where you can find the record, but trust us that it's easy to find. Celebrities honored the late " Purple Rain " singer one year after his tragic, untimely death via a slew of Instagram posts and tweets adorned with the #RIPPrince hashtag.
  • Grand Rapids-based Founders plans to open Detroit taproom

    Grand Rapids-based Founders plans to open Detroit taproom

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    The taproom will utilize the 14,000 square foot building that was built in 1937. The brewery, which has locations in 46 states and 29 countries, is building its new taproom around the corner from the new home of the Detroit Red Wings and Pistons, as well as the new Mike Ilitch School of Business.
  • Browns have spoken to teams about moving up from No. 12

    Browns have spoken to teams about moving up from No. 12

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    Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly supports QB DeShone Kizer , but maintains he's not ready for NFL. The Cleveland Browns and New York Jets come to mind most of all. The Patriots are without a first round pick but they have been uncharacteristically buys this off-season. "I guess if that's who they're gonna roll with, so be it".
  • State audit finds UC president's office has $175M in reserve

    State audit finds UC president's office has $175M in reserve

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    State Auditor Elaine Howle said UCOP also provided its employees with generous salaries and failed to justify its spending on systemwide initiatives in her report to Gov. She criticized the office's "skyrocketing executive pay", a reference to audit's finding that the 10 executives in the office were paid a total of $3.7 million in the 2014-15 fiscal year - over $700,000 more than the combined salaries of their highest paid state employee counterparts.
  • Obama avoids mentioning his successor in Chicago

    Obama avoids mentioning his successor in Chicago

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    The conversation focused primarily on how the panelists believe the country could improve on civic engagement, bridging the ideological gap and encouraging people to seek out information beyond sources they already agree with. "But I had no idea how", Obama said. The president has also tried to roll back Obama's signature health bill, tighten immigration laws and throw out the environment regulation brought in by him.
  • LeBron leads Cavs in sweeping Pacers

    LeBron leads Cavs in sweeping Pacers

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    In a series in which the the first three games had all come down to the wire, Sunday's finale was no different, as the Pacers managed to take a 102-100 lead late in the game, sending The Fieldhouse into hysterics. "Every game has a different challenge, like tonight. They believe in me and being here is what makes me feel sane and somewhat normal through these tough times ".
  • Dale Earnhardy, Jr. to retire after 2017 season

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    A third-generation racer, Earnhardt turns 43 in October, is newly married and has said he wants to start a family. Meanwhile, Earnhardt and team owner Rick Hendrick will meet with the media at 3 p.m. His late father, Dale Earnhardt, won seven championships, tying Richard Petty for the all-time record, before he died on the final lap of the Daytona 500 in a February 2001 crash.
  • New Executive Order Addresses H-1B Visas

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    President Trump has signed an order which will revamp the H-1B program, which is now used to employ highly skilled workers from overseas. The order also seeks to ensure that the melting and pouring of all steel meant for use in federal contracts is done in the U.S.
  • Trump backs away from border wall demand to avoid government shutdown

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    The government will shut down Friday at midnight if Congress can not agree on a spending bill. US President Donald Trump has signaled willingness to postpone his planned wall on the border with Mexico to prevent a government shutdown. The White House sought Monday to calm a jittery Washington ahead of a showdown with Congress over spending, and President Trump softened his demand that a deal to keep the federal government open include money to begin construction on his long-promised border ...
  • Inquest Into Wisc. Jail Where Man Died After 7 Days Without Water

    Inquest Into Wisc. Jail Where Man Died After 7 Days Without Water

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    An inquest into his April 2016 death in the Milwaukee County jail was launched on Monday. In an opening statement by Assistant District Attorney Kurt Benkley on Monday, he stated that surveillance footage showed officers shutting off Thomas's water supply, and that they failed to document or notify anyone of their actions.