ROSE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Police say four people, including two children, have died in a fire at a home in suburban Detroit. Michigan State Police say two other people were seriously injured in the fire early Tuesday in Oakland County's Rose Township. Police say the injured were taken to a hospital for treatment and at least one had severe burns. The cause of the fire wasn't immediately known. The North Oakland County Fire Authority says a man and woman believed to be in their mid-20s died along with the children. Names weren't immediately released. State police spokesman Lt. Mike Shaw tells WWJ-AM that a neighbor called 911 to report the fire. He says the home about 40 miles (60 kilometers) northwest of Detroit was engulfed in flames by the time crews arrived. … [Read more...] about Police: 4 people die, including 2 kids, in Detroit-area fire
A child died in a house fire Monday afternoon near the western Wisconsin town of New Richmond, the St. Croix County Sheriff's Office said. Family members, neighbors and first responders tried to rescue the child trapped inside a burning home on the 17000 block of Margaret Street, but were unable to reach the child due to the heat and flames, said St. Croix County Sheriff Scott Knudson. The child died at the scene, Knudson said in a news release. The child's name has not been released. It was not immediately clear what sparked the blaze, which was reported about 3:15 p.m. … [Read more...] about Child dies in house fire near New Richmond, Wis.
We know all about special occasion roasts – the turkey at Thanksgiving, the glazed ham at Christmas, the lamb at Easter and roast chicken at Rosh Hashana. But if you’re like me, you barely turn on the oven between holidays. Random days are for easy sautés or a quick toss of pasta, or maybe mindless, hands-off, slow-cooker stews. But a proper roast? Wouldn’t that require clearing out all the stored skillets from the oven? (Or is that just my situation?) Leave it to America’s Test Kitchen to offer more than 400 pages of reasons to roast. The culinary experts behind the Boston-based kitchen, “Cook’s Illustrated” and “Cook’s Country” magazines – as well as a continuous stream of meticulously detailed cookbooks – have just released a roasting bible. The book, “How to Roast Everything: A Game-Changing Guide to Building Flavor in Meat, Vegetables, and More” (America’s Test Kitchen, … [Read more...] about Fire up the oven for full flavor, says America’s Test Kitchen
Rosie Perper, provided by Published 1:04 am, Tuesday, January 16, 2018 Guang Niu/Getty Images A Chinese university announced it had removed a prominent professor after hearing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct against him. The professor's firing has become a major win for China's #MeToo movement, which has struggled to gain traction in a traditional and largely conservative society. Sexual misconduct has long been taboo subject in China, but the movement is slowly bringing the topic to the national agenda. #MeToo movement spread like wildfire on social media across the globe this year, with several countries creating their own version of the saying on social media. LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing Mar-a-Lago, President Trump's 'Winter White House,' Has Been Cited for Poor Maintenance TMTime Ford Introduces New Pickup, SUV, Mustang AP FOX Business Beat: Dunkin' without the 'Donuts’, major auto recall … [Read more...] about China fired a prominent professor in a major win for the country’s growing #MeToo movement
Fire crews are on the scene of a large structure fire in Petersburg. Flames can be seen coming through the roof of a building at 424 W. High Street near the intersection with Lafayette Street. Witnesses said it is a vacant building that was being renovated. (This is a breaking news alert. Check Richmond.com later for more details.) … [Read more...] about Crews battling large structure fire in Petersburg