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Michigan Communities Ban Fireworks, Open Burning Amid Dry Weather; Audio ExcerptSeveral Michigan communities have issued bans following a recent lack of rain as part of an effort to prevent fires that might get out of control. Fire officials in dozens of Lansing-area communities on Monday and Tuesday banned open burning until conditions improve , The Lansing State Journal reported. Some communities, including Holly, Corunna and Montrose Township, have also prohibited the use of fireworks.
Ford Issues 3 Recalls; Audio ExcerptThe Ford Motor Company has announced it is issuing one safety recall and two safety compliance recalls in North America. Ford is issuing a safety recall for approximately 900 2015-2016 Ford Focus Electric vehicles to install a new transmission differential assembly equipped with a friction-reducing coating on both the pinion shaft and pinion gear bores. Ford has reportedly said it is not aware of any accidents or injuries associated with this issue.
Man Found Dead In Driveway Of Inkster Home; Audio ExcerptPolice are investigating a homicide after a man was found dead in the driveway of a home in Inkster. The discovery was made Wednesday morning in the 26000 block of Avondale, near John Daly Road just north of Michigan Avenue.
New Paradise Valley District Moves Forward Wednesday; Audio ExcerptDetails of a development plan to create a downtown district infused with African-American culture and businesses are expected to be revealed Wednesday. The plan is known as the Paradise Valley Cultural and Entertainment District. The first step is a $50 million-plus development involving five buildings and two parking lots clustered around a small triangular green space often called Harmonie Park.
All-Clear Given At JFK Terminal After Investigation; Audio ExcerptAuthorities have reopened a terminal at JFK Airport after an investigation of an unattended bag. At about 8:30 a.m. at the Terminal 5 departure area, a Homeland Security K-9 unit sat on the bag. The bomb squad responded, but the bag was cleared and people will be allowed back in shortly.
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