Detroit police examine homicide of homeless man well-known for his canine, Michigan rep. criticizes Oakland County’s transfer to prioritize vaccinating politicians

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DETROIT – Police are investigating the death of a known Detroit area homeless man who was always seen with his dog.

Both the man and his dog are dead as a result of a vicious attack.

“Jesse was a unique person. He was with his dog every day and she was a service dog, ”said Daphne Johnson.

Johnson said she was used to seeing Jesse Eastwood and his dog Baby Girl in Harbortown Market Plaza all the time.

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The snow totals keep increasing with each system passing, and we are tracking three over the next seven days. Temperatures are getting colder before there is some sort of recovery next week.

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  • On the same day, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published new guidelines for safely reopening schools. A mass vaccination of local educators was carried out at the Detroit Medical Center. Click here to read more.
  • Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan met with leaders across the country Friday morning to meet President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris at the White House. Click here to read more.
  • Macomb County’s executive director Mark Hackel urges seniors to get vaccinated easier. Click here to read more.

The White House has selected specific pharmacies in each state that receive and dispense coronavirus vaccines to expedite the distribution of the vaccines.

In Michigan, the government selected Rite Aid pharmacies among others – but some wonder why bigger chains like CVS or Walgreens weren’t selected. The details of the rollout itself don’t look very promising unless you ask the local health authorities.

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It’s no secret that eligible Michigan residents – especially seniors – have struggled to get their coronavirus vaccinations in Metro Detroit due to the high demand for vaccines, limited supply, and confusion in planning.


With frontline workers and residents 65 and older already vaccinated, Michigan’s Oakland County is adding politicians to the eligibility criteria – but not every politician will agree to the move.

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Michigan state secretary Jocelyn Benson said a statewide election test confirmed that Michigan’s vote counters were correct.

This confirms that President Joe Biden won the presidential election on November 3, 2020.

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Thursday, February 11, 2021 –


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