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DEVELOPING:A flight from Detroit to Denver received a potential security threat and was ordered to a remote location after landing Friday.

Denver International Airport tweeted on its official account Delta Airlines Flight 1500 landed safely, and is in a remote area of the airfield due to the unspecified threat. 

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Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman told the Associated Press that passengers on the flight were taken to another location by bus.

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DEVELOPING:A flight from Detroit to Denver received a potential security threat and was ordered to a remote location after landing Friday.

Denver International Airport tweeted on its official account Delta Airlines Flight 1500 landed safely, and is in a remote area of the airfield due to the unspecified threat. 

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Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman told the Associated Press that passengers on the flight were taken to another location by bus.

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DEVELOPING:A flight from Detroit to Denver received a potential security threat and was ordered to a remote location after landing Friday.

Denver International Airport tweeted on its official account Delta Airlines Flight 1500 landed safely, and is in a remote area of the airfield due to the unspecified threat. 

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Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman told the Associated Press that passengers on the flight were taken to another location by bus.

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DENVER – Officials say a Delta Air Lines plane on a flight from Detroit to Denver reported an unspecified potential security threat and taxied to a remote area after landing safely at Denver International Airport.

Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman said Friday that passengers on the flight were taken to another location by bus. Police are searching the plane, and it is unclear what, if anything, they have found.

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Stegman had no other information about the potential threat or how it was reported.

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DETROIT – A 16-year-old Detroit boy will stay behind bars on a $400,000 bond while awaiting trial on accusations he triggered a mob's severe beating of a suburban man who accidentally struck a 10-year-old with his pickup truck, a juvenile court judge ruled Thursday.

Defense lawyer Solomon Radner argued that the bond was excessive and said his client, who's charged with intent to do great bodily harm and ethnic intimidation, is not a flight risk. Assistant Prosecutor Hervey Jenkins said the seriousness of the charges, as well as the teen's truancy record and positive test for marijuana, justify the bond amount.

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April 1, 2014: Protestors against deeper cuts in pensions march in front of the Theodore Levin Federal Courthouse in Detroit. (AP Photo/Detroit Free Press, Mandi Wright, File)

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TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – Many fish markets in the Great Lakes region are running short of whitefish, and it's coming at a bad time: the Passover holiday.

Whitefish is a key ingredient in gefilte (geh-FIL'-tuh) fish, a traditional Jewish dish that originated in eastern Europe. Recipes vary, but it often consists of ground fish, vegetables such as onion and carrots, and bread crumbs formed into loaves or balls.

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The shortfall results partly from the bitterly cold winter that caused vast sections of the Great Lakes to freeze over.

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DETROIT – A Detroit woman has been sentenced to at least 23 years in prison for fatally stabbing her 8-year-old daughter just weeks after a court referee refused to have the girl removed from her care.

Wayne County Judge Margaret Van Houten issued the sentence in accordance with an agreement between prosecutors and Semeria Greene. Greene appeared in court Monday.

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She pleaded guilty in March to second-degree murder. Her maximum prison term is 50 years.

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