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2016 year in review
Chris Solari Detroit Free Press Published 3:07 PM EDT Nov 2, 2018 EAST LANSING — Rocky Lombardi hears Michigan State tight end Matt Dotson all the time, buzzing like a gnat on a hot summer day. “Oh, he’s in my ear all the time,” Lombardi said. “You guys gotta get on him for that if you ever talk to him. He’s nuts, man. He’s always talking, ‘I’m open, I’m open, I’m open!’ Most times, he’s right.” It began as a concerted plan by Dotson, hatched before the two arrived in the summer of 2017, to build chemistry and rapport with his incoming quarterback. It started to pay off for both last week against Purdue. Dotson, a sophomore, had a career day by catching four Lombardi throws for 48 yards in the Spartans’ 23-13 victory. That pushed Dotson up to co-starter at tight end with senior Matt Sokol, just like his redshirt freshman passer shares the quarterback job with junior Brian Lewerke, this … [Read more...] about Michigan State’s Rocky Lombardi-Matt Dotson tandem years in making
James David Dickson The Detroit News Published 4:58 p.m. UTC Aug 15, 2018 A Wayne County Circuit Court judge has dismissed a 2003 murder conviction against Aaron Salter, a 36-year-old man the office now admits was wrongfully convicted due to mistaken identity. "It has been determined that the case against Mr. Salter was based primarily on mistaken identification by the main witness in the case," read a statement from prosecutor Kym Worthy on Salter's exoneration. "The system failed him," the statement continued. "Nothing I can say will bring back the years of his life spent in prison. Justice is truly being served today. We will recommend to the Michigan Attorney General’s Office that Mr. Salter receive wrongful conviction compensation. We sincerely wish him well." Wolfgang Mueller, Salter's attorney, on Wednesday said they already were working for payments. “We will file for Aaron’s just compensation from the state for this … [Read more...] about Wrongly convicted man released after nearly 15 years in prison
Current transportation systems are rife with problems that can lead to global warming, environmental degradation, health implications, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Indeed, traditional modes of transportation that depend on fossil fuels contributed to 27% of overall GHG emissions in 2017, according to the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Sometimes the most important stories about green transportation and climate change aren’t as glamorous, sexy, or intriguing as those about fast cars or exclusive automotive auctions — but they may be more important than those that make the media headlines. So, for this edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review,” we’ll move from new data on transportation and climate change to stories about how a couple of companies are investing today in a vision of a zero-emissions future tomorrow. A Primer on Greenhouse Gas Emissions GHG emissions inventories identify and quantify a country’s primary … [Read more...] about Gas2 Week in Review, February 25: Green Transportation Is Essential and Often Complicated
There’s no automotive segment in Malaysia that is quite as competitive as the B-segment sedan market. The crossover may be the darling of the car-buying public right now, but the affordable three-box, four-door with a small engine and a big boot remains firmly in the mainstream, and pretty much every mass-market carmaker that has a proper foothold in the Malaysian market has an entry in this cutthroat sector. For years, the Toyota Vios and its arch-rival, the Honda City, have sat at the top of the food chain, being the progenitors of the genre. At the time when the latter was an ungainly Jazz sedan, the world’s largest carmaker showed with the original Vios that you could have a handsome, reliable sedan for minimal outlay, and it established an early dominance. Fast forward to today, and the City has turned into a formidable competitor, with thrusting, square-edged styling hiding a new drivetrain and plenty of new toys. Hamstrung not least by an engine and gearbox … [Read more...] about DRIVEN: 2016 Toyota Vios review – new heart, but any better?