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Detroit Police Chief Craig Exchanges Words With Community Leader Regarding Tasers

DETROIT (WWJ) — Detroit’s Police Chief and a community leader faced-off in a war of words over the chief’s proposal to equip officers with tasers on Thursday. 236 more words

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Ferguson grand jury: Brown’s killer will walk free

In light of the grand jury decision not to charge White Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old African American teen, Michael Brown, many are reacting to the decision with deep disappointment. 895 more words

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Ferguson Grand Jury: Brown's Killer Will Walk Free

In light of the grand jury decision not to charge White Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old African American teen, Michael Brown, many are reacting to the decision with deep disappointment. 895 more words

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Ron Scott - In the Keys of Love

This pianist, keyboardist, composer, and bandleader has a sound that joins the smooth with the funky, including Neo Jazz, spicy Latin rhythms and R&B. At the age of 34, Scott created his first band The 650 Connection. 105 more words

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$4.26m to Taylor University shows the power of alumni

While perusing through the news reports today we came across this interesting item about a donation to Taylor University in eastern Indiana. The gift – a generous $4.26 million – came not from a single donor but from a group of alumni celebrating their 50-year reunion. 96 more words

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City Of Detroit Looks To Remove Federal Monitoring Of Police Department

DETROIT (WWJ/AP) – A judge is holding a hearing on the federal government’s request to terminate an 11-year-old agreement with the Detroit Police Department to reduce excessive force and make other improvements. 238 more words

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"This Is Not A Fresh Wound," Says Protester During Rally Against Police Brutality

DETROIT (WWJ) – About 400 people gathered at Hart Plaza for a protest Thursday evening against the shooting of an unarmed teenager in Missouri.

The names of young African Americans killed by police were read before the crowd joined in a moment of silence held nationwide, as well as Detroit. 481 more words

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