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1 Of 100 Oakland County Beaches Closed Due To High E. Coli Levels

The Oakland County Health Division is continuing to test the waters at local beaches this summer to make sure it’s safe to swim.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/16/2015

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2 Macomb County Beaches Closed Due To High Levels Of E. Coli

It may be perfect weather to hit the beach, but metro Detroiters will want to skip these two for the time being.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/02/2015

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14 Brands Of Bottled Spring Water Recalled Over E. Coli Concern

If you’re a bottled water drinker, you just might want to put that bottle down.


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2 Oakland County Beaches Still Closed After High E. Coli Levels Detected

Nine beaches were originally closed and they’ve reopened all but Addison Oaks County Park in Leonard and Mercer Beach Park in Walled Lake.

CBS Detroit–06/11/2015

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Monroe County Lifts Warnings For Swimming At 4 Beaches

Earlier this month, the department advised against swimming at the beaches due to high E. coli bacteria levels.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/11/2015


2 Macomb County Beaches Closed Due To E. Coli

The recent heavy rains and warm weather have taken a toll on a couple of local beaches.


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Sprouts Are Back On The Menu At Jimmy John’s — If You Think They’re Worth The Risk

When ordering online, customers must click “OK” on a special message before adding sprouts to a sandwich.

CBS Detroit–04/29/2014


Many Mich. Agencies Lose 2014 Beach Monitoring Funds

Dozens of health departments and other agencies won’t get any money next year because the lion’s share will go to Macomb County.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/24/2013

Ground Beef Recalled Over Possible E. Coli Contamination

It’s time to check your freezers.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/01/2013

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Cash-Strapped Detroit Doesn’t Test Water At Belle Isle Beach

Officials say Detroit stopped testing the water at Belle Isle Beach along the Detroit River for E. coli last year because of its financial difficulties.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/31/2013