Man Arrested After Assault, Yelling Racial Slurs At Shoppers In Dearborn

(CBS DETROIT) – A man accused of felonious assault and ethnic intimidation at a Dearborn grocery market, has been arrested. On May 13, two African American customers at Westborn Market reported that a white male subject initiated an encounter with them and made several racial slurs. Officials say the individual proceeded to follow the shoppers to… Continue reading Man Arrested After Assault, Yelling Racial Slurs At Shoppers In Dearborn

Detroit Man Charged After Threatening To Kill Macomb County Judge

(CBS DETROIT) — A 75-year-old Detroit man is charged after officials say he threatened to kill a Macomb County judge. According to the Michigan Department of Attorney General, Marion Williams Richardson is charged with one count of communicating a false threat of terrorism and one count of malicious use of a telecommunications service. Officials say… Continue reading Detroit Man Charged After Threatening To Kill Macomb County Judge

Garden City Police Search For 2 Vehicles Involved In Shooting That Caused Fatal Crash

GARDEN CITY, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) — Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two vehicles and their occupants in connection with a shooting that led to a fatal crash in Garden City. Police say they are searching for a black or navy Jeep Cherokee with dark tinted windows and red brake calipers. They… Continue reading Garden City Police Search For 2 Vehicles Involved In Shooting That Caused Fatal Crash

What We Know About The Victims At Robb Elementary School

(CNN) — One of the 10-year-olds aspired to be a lawyer someday. Another loved video games and anything with wheels. And another was saving up for a trip to Disney World. More details are beginning to emerge about the nineteen children and two teachers who were killed after a gunman opened fire inside a classroom at Robb… Continue reading What We Know About The Victims At Robb Elementary School

Risk of thunderstorms as humidity makes its way into GTA

As the humidity makes its way into the GTA on Thursday, it brings with it the possibility of scattered showers and thunderstorms. CityNews weather specialist Denise Andreacchi said the rest of Thursday will be mostly cloudy with a storm risk for late afternoon and early evening. The humidex is expected to hit 30. “Heat and… Continue reading Risk of thunderstorms as humidity makes its way into GTA

IOM: Up to 600 missing at sea in 3 months in Central Med

TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — The International Organization for Migration says up to 600 people attempting to reach Europe by sea from Tunisia and Libya have gone missing during the first three months of 2022, the highest figure since 2014. In the latest tragedy, according to Tunisian authorities, a wooden boat carrying over 100 people capsized… Continue reading IOM: Up to 600 missing at sea in 3 months in Central Med

Ontario Liberal candidate withdraws, leaving party three short of a full slate

The Ontario Liberals have lost another candidate with one week to go until voting day. Leader Steven Del Duca says Audrey Festeryga has withdrawn her candidacy in Chatham-Kent-Leamington and will no longer appear on the ballot for the Liberals. The development means there are now three ridings in which the Liberals aren’t running a candidate… Continue reading Ontario Liberal candidate withdraws, leaving party three short of a full slate

Adapting Denis Johnson, Claire Denis debuts ‘Stars at Noon’

CANNES, France (AP) — Just days removed from finishing her latest film and hours after arriving in Cannes, Claire Denis sat down in a poolside hotel restaurant and warmly pronounced herself “a mess.” Denis’ latest, the Denis Johnson adaptation “Stars at Noon,” has been percolating in her for more than a decade. She was compelled… Continue reading Adapting Denis Johnson, Claire Denis debuts ‘Stars at Noon’