Top Detroit news: Nonprofit group opens $1.2M child care center; Motown Museum reopens July 15; more

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Video shows Detroit Police SUV plowing through group of protesters

People can be heard screaming and telling the driver to stop.

Read the full story on The Daily Beast.

Motown Museum reopening July 15 with new exhibit, rules

The reopening will feature the premiere of "Capturing A Culture Change: Motown Through the Lens of Jim Hendlin," an exhibit of photos by Hendrin, who took cover images for Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On," "Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5," Rare Earth's "Get Ready" and Edwin Starr's "War & Peace."

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Red Wings move 2020 training camp to Detroit from Traverse City

The Wings’ camp will be at Little Caesars Arena in 2020, and the team will return to Traverse City’s Centre Ice Arena for camp in 2021.

Read the full story on The Detroit News.

Police seek suspect in woman's shooting

Detroit police are searching for a man wanted in connection with a non-fatal shooting that happened on the city's east side on May 24 shortly after 1 p.m. in the 11300 block of Chalmers Street.

Read the full story on Graham Media: WDIV Detroit.

Non-profit group opens $1.2M area child care center

A non-profit organization that focuses on fighting addiction and homelessness in suburban Detroit has built a new $1.2 million child care center for families in need, officials announced Monday. 

Read the full story on MySanAntonio.

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