Detroit News at noon: Flint food, new Gibson, hot pursuit

The Detroit News

Today is Wednesday, February 24, 2016. Brace yourself for long commutes and slippery, snow-filled roads. Up to a foot of snow is expected to fall between today and Thursday. We'll keep you updated with everything we know throughout the storm.

Snow begins to accumulate at the corner of Fort St. and Shelby downtown.

There's more going on out there than just the snow. Here's what you shouldn't miss today.

Kalamazoo overcomes 

Flint water crisis

The status of Detroit

  • Mayor Mike Duggan offered a mix of good and bad in his third State of the City address Tuesday night. He led off with the $491 million deficit that’s looming in the city’s pension funds. See what else he had to say here

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced a new Detroit home mortgage program last week.

U-haul hot pursuit

  • Three law enforcement officers suffered minor injuries in an early Wednesday morning police chase involving a U-Haul truck. Police twice laid down stop sticks, which shredded some of the truck’s tires, but it still couldn't stop the driver. 

The most reliable cars

Happening in sports

Cam Gibson is pictured in Tigertown in Lakeland on Tuesday.

The lighter side

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