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New Program Offers Free Eye Screenings For Service Pets

DETROIT (WWJ) — A special service is looking to give back to pets that serve.

Dr. Gwen Sila of BluePearl Veterinarian Partners is just one of the many veterinarian ophthalmologists from around the country who will offer free eye screenings to service animals for the entire month of May. 107 more words

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Fire Engulfs Vacant Building Near Greektown

DETROIT (WWJ) — Emergency crews are on the scene of a massive building fire near downtown Detroit on Friday night.

Detroit Deputy Fire Commissioner David Fornell tells WWJ Newsradio 950 that a vacant two-story commercial building on the Chrysler Service Drive and Monroe St. 31 more words

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Eagles Select Cornerback Rasul Douglas Of West Virginia In Third Round

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — With the 99th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select cornerback Rasul Douglas of West Virginia.

It’s the second cornerback the Eagles selected on the second day of the NFL Draft. 114 more words

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Lions Trade Back To Draft N. Illinois WR Kenny Golladay In 3rd Round

PHILADELPHIA (CBS Detroit) — The Detroit Lions traded back in the NFL Draft on Friday night and took Northern Illinois wide receiver Kenny Golladay with the No. 101 more words

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Bullpen Falters In Tigers' 7-3 Loss To White Sox

By CHRIS NELSEN
Associated Press

DETROIT (AP) — Geovany Soto broke open a tie game with a two-run single in the eighth inning, helping the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 7-3 at Comerica Park on Friday night. 136 more words

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March Of Dimes Tackles New Threat Facing Unborn Babies: Zika

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — People around the Tri-State Area and across the country will take part in the annual March For Babies on Sunday.

The March of Dimes, the organization behind the walk that once helped find the cure for polio, has turned its attention to a new and growing threat facing unborn babies: the Zika virus.  120 more words

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Harbaugh's Squad Tunes Up For Final Day In Rome

ROME (AP) — Michigan’s football team tuned up for its final day together in Italy with a practice and a chemistry-building event.

Jim Harbaugh will allow the public to watch the Wolverines scrimmage on Saturday at Stadio Olimpico. 140 more words

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