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Details are in on plans for a new bridge deal spanning Detroit and Windsor.
Staff Sergeant Dave Kigar says 51-year-old Richard Matthews admitted he swallowed the loose diamond after he aroused the suspicion of the clerk at Precision Jewelers.
Gov. Rick Snyder says he’s considering an “interlocal agreement” between state government and Canadian officials to get a new international bridge built across the Detroit River.
MDOT is holding a ceremony to signify the opening of a new part of the I-75 Gateway Project Tuesday, much to the delight of residents who are anxious to stop seeing commercial trucks rumble through their neighborhood.
The EPIC-MRA survey found that 60 percent now support the Detroit River International Crossing proposal.
Violin Monsters, singers, storytellers and mimes help keep the Detroit entertainment scene on its toes with these vagabond performers and gatherings of amateur talent.
Windsor says the Governor Rick Snyder’s International Bridge just needs a signature in Lansing and while they wait, they aren’t twiddling their thumbs — they’ve already started construction.
Right now, Windsor is preparing for a new international bridge by constructing a 10 lane highway that will funnel into the mouth of the new crossing.
Governor Snyder’s International Bridge appears to be a done deal – at least that’s what Windsor says. WWJ’s Kathryn Larson has part one of her three-part series.