Tuesday, March 11 2014 4:33 PM EDT2014-03-11 20:33:43 GMT
The Bureau of Criminal Investigation and several other agencies are serving a search warrant at Glow Industries on Eckel Junction in Perrysburg. This is a counterfeit trademark investigation.More >
The Bureau of Criminal Investigation and several other agencies are serving a search warrant at Glow Industries on Eckel Junction in Perrysburg. This is a counterfeit trademark investigation. No arrests have been made at this time.More >
Fremont Police have arrested the suspect wanted after a deadly bar shooting over the weekend.More >
ERIE, MI (Toledo News Now) -
Michigan has won federal approval to build a second bridge between Detroit and Canada.
The approval comes 10 months after Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper struck a deal calling for Canada to pay for the bridge.
The new bridge will be built south of the existing Ambassador Bridge, and is expected to cost $2.1 billion.
Canadian trucker Walter Able says the bridge is definitely needed. He's tired of the congestion he repeatedly encounters crossing the Ambassador Bridge into Windsor.
"Anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours on that bridge," he said. "Time is money for a trucker."
The Canadian government pointed out that one quarter of all U.S./Canada trade - which is the world's largest two way trading relationship - crosses at Windsor/Detroit. The new bridge will speed up trade at what is the busiest border crossing.
"There's a real need for that bridge, and anything we can do in this state to promote travel from one side to the other, let's do it and get revenue going for our state," said trucker Carl Koch.
Another trucker, Ken Middling, disagrees.
"We got two bridges already," he said. "One over here, one in Port Huron. Why do we need two?"
Construction of the new bridge could start by 2016 and be finished by 2020.
The only hang-up could come in the courts. Lawsuits challenging the project have been filed by owners of the Ambassador Bridge.
Monday, March 10 2014 8:05 PM EDT2014-03-11 00:05:11 GMT
A fiery single-car crash claimed the lives of four people from Sedalia.The Missouri Highway Patrol said the wreck happened about 6:30 a.m. Sunday on Route B south of Sacajawea Road.Troopers said a 2007More >
A fiery single-car crash claimed the lives of four people from Sedalia. Grief-stricken family members have placed four crosses in their memory at the crash site. More >
Tuesday, March 11 2014 9:08 AM EDT2014-03-11 13:08:53 GMT
The controversy continues to roil the Gardner-Edgertson school community after the abrupt firing of the superintendent and two of his top administrators.The board met Monday night for the first time sinceMore >
The controversy continues to roil the Gardner-Edgerton school community after the abrupt firing of the superintendent and two of his top administrators. The board met Monday night for the first time since the firings. More >
Tuesday, March 11 2014 8:09 AM EDT2014-03-11 12:09:32 GMT
An attorney for a man whose conviction in a Missouri sports editor's slaying was overturned has filed a civil rights lawsuit seeking $100 million. Kathleen Zellner says police fabricated evidence againstMore >
An attorney for a man whose conviction in a Missouri sports editor's slaying was overturned has filed a civil rights lawsuit seeking $100 million.More >
Monday, March 10 2014 11:00 PM EDT2014-03-11 03:00:11 GMT
For the first time in Missouri's history, a committee on public safety is hearing testimony on a recreational marijuana bill. Rep. Chris Kelly, of Columbia, sponsored the bill which would impose a 25 percentMore >
For the first time in Missouri's history, a legislative committee is hearing testimony on a recreational marijuana bill.More >