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Detroit Car Accident Lawyer Gary Bloom Comments on Report about High School Start Time, Teen Accident Risk
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Gary Bloom, founding attorney at the Law Offices of Gary Bloom, weighs in on a report suggesting that teen drivers who sleep later during the school week are less likely to be involved in car accidents. (PRWeb December 08, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/fatigued-driver-accident/lawyer-mi/prweb12376837.htm
 
Bill eliminates local regulation of Uber
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LANSING, Mich- The Michigan House will vote on a bill that would remove local regulation of private car service apps like Uber, in favor of giving the state control. Local Attorney Tom Sinas tells us why existing taxi companies and the insurance industry say, that’s a bad idea.
 
Niles Superintendent Speaks Out Against Road Bill
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A Berrien County superintendent says a bill proposed in Michigan's House would be catastrophic for schools if passed in its current form.
 
Racing Is Not Too Dangerous. You Could Get Killed In Traffic Next Week.
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While doing research, I came across one of those stories that is just too ironic to pass up: Charles Underwood quit racing after his wife told him it was too dangerous. So, a week later he got killed in a car accident, coming home from a race he had attended as a spectator . Read more...
 
Man in wheelchair struck, killed in Columbiana County.
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MADISON TWP, Ohio - One man is dead after a car struck his motorized wheelchair Sunday evening. Allen Coe, 77, of Lisbon was struck by a car as he was traveling north bound on U.S. 30 in Madison Township at 6:10 p.m. Sunday.
 
Where’s the outrage over these deaths?
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Al Sharpton wasn’t there. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder didn’t make any prejudicial, conclusion-jumping comments before the game. No visiting Cowboys nor home-team Bears engaged in photo-op demonstrations. There were...
 
Indiana Michigan Power warn customers of utility scams
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Indiana Michigan Power is warning customers not to fall victim to a utility scam this holiday season. The power company says electric utility customers continue to be targeted by scammers who falsely represent themselves as company personnel in an attempt to collect a quick buck.
 
Hanukkah celebrations begin
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Jewish people around the world celebrate the first night of Hanukkah on Tuesday.
 
Amazon extends free shipping
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With just nine days until Christmas, Amazon is extending their deadlines for holiday orders.
 
Ivy Tech Community College East Central campus to get new automotive training center
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Ivy Tech Community College is getting ready to build the East Central campus a state-of-the-art automotive technology training center.