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A big no for Club Glo

It’s neighbors versus a nightclub. Those who live nearby say the bar is nothing but a nuisance in the neighborhood. But Club Glo asked city leaders for another chance.

City Council council Monday night voted to tell the State Liquor Control Commission to not renew Club Glo’s liquor license. The lawyer representing the club begged for more time to right the wrongs, but almost everyone in the council chambers agreed, the club has had more than enough time to clean up it’s act.

“I love the area I live in and right now, to be honest with you, I don’t feel safe because of Glo, they need to go,” said Mina Baby.

Ferndale City Council got an earful from ticked off residents. Their beef: Club Glo, the nuisance nightclub next door.

“My children, I try to refrain from having them go outside and play because of the liquor bottles, the used condom that was found by my daughter, the broken glass,” said Brian Baby.

“This is not going to get better, it’s going to get worse.”

On the agenda Monday night, an objection to it’s liquor license renewal because of non-compliance. The problems started when the club opened in November, then came the noise, trash, and drunk club goers … click here for more details.

ISIS threatens U.S. Military from Metro Detroit

The fight against ISIS hits close to home. Hackers claiming to have ties to the terror group post a hit list online. It includes the names of 100 members of the U.S. Military and some are from Metro Detroit.

“I saw his Facebook page went dark and that was more than enough to show he is taking it very seriously,” said Army Lt. Col. Rocky Raczkowski.

It caught former Army Lieutenant Colonel Rocky Raczkowski by surprise. He knows one of the two men from Metro Detroit who is on the ISIS hit list. The group that calls itself the Islamic State Hacking Division posted the personal information of 100 U.S. Service Members, claiming it was able to breach military security. Turns out there was nothing sophisticated about this cyber terrorist act, all of the information they gathered was readily available online … click here for more details.

Detroit police: Teen shot on city’s west side

Detroit police say a 15-year-old boy was shot Monday afternoon at a home in the 7700 block of Minock Street on the city’s west side.

Police say the boy’s wound is non-life-threatening. He was shot in the leg. He is being treated at a nearby hospital.

Witnesses called it an ambush. They say men starting firing shots at the home before kicking in the door and shooting inside … click here for more details.

Written by LBeasley (Lauren Beasley), Digital Producer of The Morning Heat and Sports Editor of Radio One Detroit

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