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Mt. Clemens homecoming game canceled due to ref shortage

[ad_1] (WXYZ) — The Mount Clemens varsity football team was supposed to hit the field Friday night for their annual homecoming game, but they couldn't find enough referees to officiate the game.The shortage is not unique to Mount Clemens or the metro Detroit area, athletic coordinators say it's happening all across the state.We called at least four athletic departments in the metro Detroit area, all of them said they had
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Southwest Airlines cancels 1,000 more flights as disruptions mount

[ad_1] A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft is pictured in front of United Airlines planes, including Boeing 737 MAX 9 models, at William P. Hobby Airport in Houston, Texas, March 18, 2019.Loren Elliott | ReutersSouthwest Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights, 27% of its schedule, on Sunday as disruptions that the airline blamed on air traffic control issues and bad weather affected the travel plans of thousands of
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Teen holding infant son fatally shot while trying to take cover, mother says

[ad_1] HEARTBROKEN AT LOSING HER ONLY CHILD 17 ARYE OLD JALEN SIMS WAS GUNNED DOWN WHILE HE WAS HOLDING HIS TWO MONTH OLD SON. BULL AND THE WINDOW AND A DOOR ARNE THE SCENE WHERE CANTON POLICE SAY 17 YEAR OLD JALEN SIMS WAS STHO AND KILDLE OVERNIGHT WEDNESDAY ON NORTH CANAL STREET. SHEAY SS SOMEO SNEHOT INTO THE HOME. SEVERAL SHOTS RANGERS SHOT INTO THE HOMESTREK AND HER SON
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Wareham house fire sparked by charging hoverboard, officials say

[ad_1] A woman and her infant child had to evacuate their Wareham home through a window after a charging hoverboard sparked a fire inside, according to officials.The Wareham Fire Department said the woman called 911 at 12:55 a.m. Saturday to report the house fire on Rose Point Avenue.According to fire officials, the woman said that she and her child were unable to get out of the house. The fire alarm
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Retired Lackawanna teacher pays it forward

[ad_1] LACKAWANNA, N.Y. (WKBW) — Whether it's Little Loop, little league, or varsity, if there's a game in Lackawanna, that's where you can find retired teacher and former school board member Mike Sanders."He is true blue and gray through and through," Lackawanna superintendent Keith Lewis, a former student of Sanders, said. "He's visible, and he's everywhere in a positive manner."Sanders tought in the Lackawanna City School District for 28 years.
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Chicago sisters Mia Loza, Sissi Loza make history as standout kickers for De La Salle Institute’s football team

[ad_1] CHICAGO (WLS) -- Football has always been a sport dominated by guys, but two Chicago sisters are showing the guys a thing or two this season.De La Salle Institute in the Bronzeville neighborhood is all about girl power these days with not one, but two standout female kickers who are playing high school football.ABC7's Ryan Chiaverini headed to a practice with the Loza sisters to see how it's done.De
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Mom says teachers talked poorly about her daughter on Zoom

[ad_1] INDIANAPOLIS — Last week, Evita Ealey logged her daughter into Zoom for an eLearning day like she has done several times over the course of the pandemic. This time, she logged in to hear a conversation in progress about her daughter."When we got accepted into the Zoom, her teacher, now her previous teacher and a fellow teacher were discussing my daughter just like we're on Zoom right now in
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Local organization gearing up to welcome more Afghan refugees

[ad_1] CLEVELAND — Over the past week, Cleveland has become home to many Afghan refugees. One local organization is working non-stop to welcome more groups.Off Clark Avenue is the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants. If you walked in, on the inside you'd find Ahmad Farid packing up food for an incoming family."Oct. 10 is going to be my second anniversary here," said Farid.Farid has been working for as a