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Michigan-Based Fleet Vehicle Company Says It Will Expand And Create New JobsA Michigan-based fleet vehicle company says it will expand its business in Elkhart and create up to 147 new jobs by 2019. Charlotte, Michigan-based Spartan Fleet Vehicles and Services announced the plans Tuesday under the Utilimaster brand. It will invest $10.9 million to increase productions of walk-in vans, parcel delivery vans, truck bodies and other items in Elkhart County in northern Indiana.
Inkster Fire Chief Arrested On Domestic Violence ChargesInkster’s fire chief is facing criminal charges after he was arrested in Canton for an alleged domestic assault. Canton Police say 51-year-old John Adams was arraigned on two counts of domestic violence following Thursday’s incident at his home.
Detroit-Area Voters Will Be Asked To Back Mass Transit TaxDetroit-area homeowners will be asked to pay an average of $95 a year in property taxes to finance a regional mass transit system that would include a commuter rail line, a network of rapid buses and express service to Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Detroit Mayor To Rally Support For Education ProposalDetroit Mayor Duggan has asked charter operators who support the plan to show up for a morning news conference to provide a counterpoint to what he says is increasingly "nasty and vicious" rhetoric from charter advocacy groups that have fiercely lobbied against the proposed Detroit Education Commission.
Police Investigate Deadly Shooting At South Dallas MotelDallas Police are investigating a deadly shooting that happened at a south Dallas motel overnight. Investigators say one man was gunned down in the breezeway outside a second-floor room at the Days Inn near I-20 and Lancaster.
Brazos River Expected To Crest At Record Level TuesdayResidents of some rural southeast Texas counties braced for more flooding along a river that is expected to crest at a record level just two years after it had run dry in places because of drought. National Weather Service meteorologists predicted the Brazos River would crest at 53.5 feet by midday Tuesday in Fort Bend County, three feet above the previous record and topping a 1994 flood that caused extensive damage.

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