Top Detroit news: Lions player helps with 'miracle' rescue; StockX hacked, records stolen; more

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This Detroit Lions player saved a man whose SUV fell four stories

Detroit Lions DE Mitchell Loewen saved a man whose SUV fell four stories and is fighting through injuries and personal hardship to make the team.

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Hundreds ride in Detroit to raise money for homeless

The ride covered 15 miles through Sherwood Forest, Boston Edison, Palmer Park, the University of Detroit Mercy and Marygrove College.

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Detroit-based StockX hacked, 6.8 million records stolen

StockX, the “stock market of things,” has had a massive data breach. The data included names, email addresses, hashed (or scrambled) passwords, shoe sizes, trading currencies, if they had accepted GDPR compliance, and device version profiles.

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Water Works Park in Detroit honored for water treatment

The Great Lakes Water Authority has been recognized for drinking water operations at one of its facilities in Detroit. The Partnership for Safe Water gave the authority's Water Works Park the 2019 Directors Award for Water Treatment.

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Where Democratic presidential candidates visited in metro Detroit during the debates

We mapped the stops the Democratic presidential candidates made in the metro Detroit area while in town during the debates.

Read the full story on Detroit Free Press.

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