BC-MI--Michigan News Digest 1:30 pm, MI
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ELECTRIC CARS-FUTURE JOBS
ZWICKAU, Germany _ Volkswagen has employed generations of local workers in Zwickau, eastern Germany, to make combustion engine cars. Now it’s changing to make only electric cars, in a shift that some see as a promise for the future but others fear will mean thousands have to retrain or move, affecting the local community. By David McHugh. SENT: 1,090 words, photos.
—PRIEST-ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE: A priest with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saginaw is on administrative leave while church officials investigate an allegation of misconduct with a minor.
—MISSING KAYAKER: Authorities are searching northern Indiana’s Lake Michigan shoreline for a man who vanished during a kayaking trip last weekend.
—MICHIGAN PRISON-RASH: Officials say a new scabies outbreak at Michigan’s only prison for women led to a quarantine at the facility so inmates could get treatment.
—SOLDIER’S SURPRISE: A U.S. soldier who had just returned home from overseas surprised his 8-year-old son from behind home plate as the boy stepped up to bat at a youth baseball game in Michigan.
—REMAINS FOUND-EATON COUNTY: Authorities say they’ve identified decomposed human remains found in March in a wooded area of mid-Michigan as those of a 35-year-old woman.
DETROIT _ Jose Urena takes the mound Wednesday for the Miami Marlins against Detroit’s Daniel Norris. The Tigers are looking for a win after dropping the first game of the series Tuesday 5-4. By Baseball Writer Noah Trister. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Game starts at 7:10 p.m. ET.
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