(DETROIT, Mich.) Hello and welcome to this Wednesday's edition of the Detroit daily Round-Up. Am I the only one who was kept up all night due to those thunderstorms?
Today is Thursday, October 21, let's check out Detroit's biggest stories of the day.
According to health officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, fresh whole red, white and yellow onions imported from Chihuahua, Mexico, are connected to a salmonella outbreak in 37 states, including Michigan.
As of Wednesday evening, nine Michiganders were reported sick, and a total of 652 illnesses were reported across the country.
The Michigan Supreme Court is currently considering a statewide court holiday on Juneteenth, the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States.
According to the court, it will accept public comments and hold a hearing to discuss the issue further in the coming months.
Metro Detroit law enforcement agencies are warning Michiganders about marijuana edibles that can easily be mistaken for regular candy by children.
Candy wrapped in bright & colorful packaging can easily appeal to kids, and police are asking parents to inspect every piece of candy their child receives.
On Wednesday evening, the Detroit Pistons lost their season opener against the Chicago Bulls at Little Caesars Arena, 94-88.
After the game, Pistons head coach Dwane Casey spoke about the loss.
I thought we played well defensively. The decisions offensively broke our back. Our margin for error was small. They made some tough shots and we missed a lot. It sounds simplistic, but we missed a lot of shots that we normally make — a lot of open threes. That's growing pains for us, I think (the Bulls) are a very powerful offensive team; they have a bunch of shotmakers.
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