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Mich. officials warn plan for troubled districts may lead to school mergers
Democratic lawmakers and members of the State Board of Education warned Tuesday that legislation seeking to dissolve the financially troubled school districts in Inkster and Buena Vista could be used to merge other schools.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Redford man fights off thief, saves his truck after scary ride
On Monday, dispatch was called on a stolen truck with reports of the owner clinging to the hood, but when police found the truck, the owner, dare to say victim, was driving the truck and looking for the thief.
How they voted: School dissolution, fireworks, Medicaid debated by Michigan lawmakers
That's happened recently as the Legislature tackles several issues before a summer recess, which could start at the end of this week.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Woman enters plea in fatal accident
A guilty plea has been entered by an Inkster woman charged with failing to stop at the scene of an accident that left a Westland mother dead.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Michigan House grants state powers to dissolve Inkster, Buena Vista districts
The Michigan House voted late Thursday to grant state officials emergency powers to dissolve the financially troubled school districts in Inkster and Buena Vista and merge them with neighboring districts.
Legislation to dissolve some Michigan school distr...
A House committee has passed legislation that would allow state officials to dissolve several financially troubled school districts.
Charitable community aids Open Door food pantry
Open Door Ministry, a Canton-based food pantry that has helped fight area hunger for a decade, has benefitted this season as community groups raise money and volunteer their time to help the organization, an offshoot of Canton's Connection Church.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
Caught On Cam: Brutal Beating
Two men brutally attacked another man at an Inkster, Michigan gas station and the whole thing was caught on surveillance camera.
Detroit Free Press
Bills to dissolve Michigan schools in financial trouble are put on fast track
Buena Vista School District Superintendent Deborah Hunter-Harvill, left, speaks during a Buena Vista School District Board of Education meeting held at Buena Vista High School on Thursday, May 9, 2013.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Belle Isle lease plan back on table
THAT OUT. CHAUNCY GLOVER, LOCAL 4. BACK TO YOU. Devin: A BATTLE THAT BROUGHT OUT A LOT OF HEATED EMOTION AND LED TO OUTBURSTS LIKE THIS AT CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS.
Video shows man's brutal beating at Inkster gas station
HOME PAGE AT CLICKONDETROIT.COM. Carmen: SO STAY TUNED. NOW TO THE BRUTAL ATTACK BY TWO MEN ON ANOTHER AT A GAS STATION IN INKSTER.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Inkster Police Find 46-year-old Man Murdered
Police in Inkster are investigating an overnight murder. It happened just after midnight Monday at the corner of Rosewood, near Michigan Avenue and Middlebelt.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Garden City approves dispatching consolidation
It took a special meeting Wednesday for the Garden City Council to approve an agreement to enter into a four-city consolidated dispatching service operated from the Westland Police Department.
Redford resident Angelina Sullens goes for a whirl.
The annual Redford Festival got off to a cool start but that didn't stop the fun.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Ndamukong Suh transitions from player to coach at his annual kids camp
On Saturday, Suh kicked off his two-day kids camp -- "Camp Suh" -- at Dearborn High School for kids ages 7-14.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
A partnership, done right
This week, the state reached out to offer Wayne County help clearing a backlog of rape kits.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Wayne County: The party is over
For the past month Local 4 has been digging into a lot of Wayne County's business practices.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Combined dispatch awaits Garden City's approval
An local Intergovernmental Agreement that would establish a establish a four-city emergency dispatching center is set to be voted on by the Garden City and Inkster councils at their Monday, June 3, meetings.
Fri May 31, 2013
Detroit Free Press
Feedback: State's cuts to blame for city's woes, Inkster mayor says
I uttered 'Amen' so much while reading Stephen Henderson's May 23 column about the state contributing to Michigan cities' financial woes that one might have thought I was in church.
Thu May 30, 2013
Combined dispatch awaits Garden City, Inkster approval
The local Intergovernmental Agreement is set to be voted on by the Garden City and Inkster councils at their June 3 meetings.