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Associated Press: Biden wins White House

Joe Biden

From The Associated Press

Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump to become the 46th president of the United States on Saturday, positioning himself to lead a nation gripped by historic pandemic and a confluence of economic and social turmoil.

His victory came after more than three days of uncertainty as election officials sorted through a surge of mail-in votes that delayed the processing of some ballots. Biden crossed 270 Electoral College votes with a win in Pennsylvania.

Biden, 77, staked his candidacy less on any distinctive political ideology than on galvanizing a broad coalition of voters around the notion that Trump posed an existential threat to American democracy. The strategy proved effective, resulting in pivotal victories in Michigan and Wisconsin as well as Pennsylvania, onetime Democratic bastions that had flipped to Trump in 2016. 

Biden was on track to win the national popular vote by more than 4 million, a margin that could grow as ballots continue to be counted.

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MDOT is hiring: learn more at Oct. 6 virtual career fair

Posted by The Huron Hub
Sept. 22, 2020

Fast facts:

MDOT full-time and seasonal positions are available throughout the state.
MDOT’s will be hosting a virtual career fair 6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 6.
Registration is open now until Oct. 6 at

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is hosting a virtual career fair 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, to help fill a number of seasonal and permanent positions.

MDOT has partnered with the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity to give prospective candidates a chance to engage with MDOT staff, ask questions, and learn about current and future career opportunities through chat and video conversations.

The department is currently in need of more than 100 limited-term, winter maintenance workers in all regions of the state. The minimum requirement for these positions is a valid Michigan Class B CDL. All other training will be provided. This is a great entry point into the department and could lead to future full-time opportunities.

Other available positions include electricians, internships (including veterans, engineering, and Transportation Diversity Recruitment Program positions), transportation engineers, transportation maintenance workers (seasonal and full-time), transportation planners, transportation technicians, and other skilled trades and professional positions.

Interested candidates are encouraged to look over current positions as new ones are being posted each day at The virtual career fair is open to all experience levels. Hiring requirements are based upon the individual position.

For more information, contact MDOT Workforce Programs and Recruitment Unit Manager James Fults at

Article source: MDOT


Missing woman found safe

Breanna Renae Phelps, 23, drives a black Chevy Equinox. Photo/Huron Township Police.

By Scott Bolthouse — Hub Editor

Update: 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 14: Breanna has been found safe, according to police. No other details are available at this time. Thanks to our readers for thousands of shares on social media that helped spread the word. 

Original article:

Huron Township Police are asking the public to help find a 23-year-old woman who is missing and might be endangered.

Breanna Renae Phelps was last seen driving a 2005 black Chevy Equinox with the license plate AWM-366.

She may frequent the city of Detroit. She was last seen wearing jean shorts and pink and gray Jordan tennis shoes.

She is described as a white female, about five and a half feet tall, and 120 pounds. She currently has brown hair with red highlights.

The back of her neck has the word “babydoll” tattooed on it, and her left collar bone has “brother” tattooed on it.

Anyone with information should call the Huron Township Police Department at 734-753-4400.

Warm temperatures, rain expected in the week ahead

By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor Twitter: @ScottMBolt

Happy Monday, Huron Township!

It looks as if spring is on the horizon. This week’s weather, although predominately rainy, will feature mild temperatures and what could be the possible end of winter.

This weather pattern, according to forecasts, should last well into next week. Check out the ten day forecast below, courtesy of Weather Underground.

As always, we encourage your feedback. Speak your mind in the comments section below this article or on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Spring temperatures appear in the ten day weather forecast courtesy of Weather Underground.

Spring temperatures appear in the ten day weather forecast courtesy of Weather Underground.



Winter weather advisory in effect for southeast Michigan; 3-5 inches of snow expected

By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor Twitter: @ScottMBolt


Updated 7:30 a.m. March 1. 

A winter weather advisory is in effect for all of southeast Michigan starting at 1 p.m. Tuesday and running through 11 p.m. this evening.

Snow will be the heaviest between 4 and 8 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.

3 to 5 inches of fresh snowfall is expected by the end of the storm.

Cautious travel is advised if you have to be out during the evening hours.



High wind advisory in effect until 10 p.m. Friday

By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor Twitter: @ScottMBolt

windsock-30970_1280A high wind advisory is in effect for all of southeast Michigan until 10 p.m. Friday evening.

According to the National Weather Service, sustained southwest winds could reach 20-30 mph this afternoon, with gusts reaching between 40-50 mph.

The chance for the strongest winds will be from mid afternoon through early evening, according to the weather service.

This could make for a difficult evening commute, especially if you drive a high profile vehicle.

Widespread power outages should also be expected across the region.

Wind speeds should drop by the late evening hours.



Police Sergeant graduates from computer forensics institute in Alabama


Huron Township Police Sergeant Bryan Tyitye poses for a photo at the NCFI offices in Hoover, Alabama.

By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor In Chief

Sgt. Bryan Tyitye, a veteran with the Huron Township Police Department, graduated from the National Computer Forensics Institute (NCFI) Computer Evidence Recovery training sponsored by the United States Secret Service.

Police Chief Everette Robbins said that Tyitye completed 192 hours of training in Hoover, Alabama from Aug. 3 through Sept. 4.

The training was federally funded and there was no cost to Huron Township, which includes the equipment used for these investigations.

“I am very appreciative and proud of Sgt. Tyitye for this accomplishment. I am appreciative that he would spend a month away from his family to bring this new expertise and resource to our residents. I am very proud of the professional way that he represented our department throughout this process,” said Robbins.

“This opens many doors for our department as it relates to computer crimes. A large number of crimes are committed through ever changing technology. We now have the ability to immediately investigate computer crimes such as child pornography; this is a huge step for our department.”

From the NCFI website:

“Today’s high-tech environment presents new challenges to law enforcement and the justice system as cyber criminals exploit computers, mobile devices and the Internet to threaten our banking, financial and critical infrastructures. Digital technology is used to commit any and every type of crime. Therefore, it is imperative to address the changes in technology by providing training on cyber-investigative techniques and by sharing current expertise.

The National Computer Forensics Institute’s (NCFI) innovative facility and strategic partnership serve to substantially enhance law enforcement efforts to suppress the continually evolving and increasing number of electronic crime cases affecting communities nationwide, as well as improve and strengthen the prosecution and adjudication of those cases.

NCFI training courses are offered to state and local law enforcement, prosecutors and judges through funding from the federal government. Travel, lodging, equipment (in some classes), and course fees are provided at no costs to attendees or their agencies.”

“We appreciate the opportunity provided to us by the United States Secret Service. We continue to be committed to using all of the resources available to us to provide our residents with the quality service they deserve,” Robbins said.