(DETROIT, Mich.) Hello and welcome to this Friday's edition of the Detroit Daily Round-Up. The best day of the week is finally here — I hope everyone has a great weekend!
Today is Friday, January 21, let's check out Detroit's biggest stories of the day.
Police departments across Metro Detroit are warning the public about the use of Apple AirTags by criminals to commit crimes.
The AirTags are Apple's new tracker technology designed to help people keep track of valuables, but police have recently seen numerous cases where the trackers are helping criminals stalk people and steal vehicles.
This week, Republican Garrett Soldano submitted petition signatures in an attempt to get on the ballot as a candidate for Michigan governor.
Soldano, 43, is a chiropractor from Mattawan and initially gained political support during the spring of 2020 by opposing Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
During a speech Wednesday outside the Michigan Department of State office building, Soldano expressed his desire to represent Michiganders.
"I am here to represent the people," Soldano said. "We are going to bring transparency and truth back to governing ... again, which is much needed."
The Statler Market, Downtown Detroit's newest market, is now open.
The market carries grocery items, meals-to-go and specialty items, and is located on the first floor of the City Club Apartment building at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Park Avenue.
After locating a missing email in her spam folder from the Michigan Lottery, Laura Spears, 55, of Oakland County was notified that she had won a $3 million Mega Millions prize.
The ticket that Spears had recently purchased matched the five white balls drawn on Dec. 31, 2-5-30-46-61. The ticket also had the Megaplier, which increased her initial $1 million prize to $3 million.
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