Talk about a hometown hero, Big Sean is proving to definitely be it for the city of Detroit! The D town native now has a new title under his belt. Big Sean is officially the Creative Director of Innovation for the Detroit Pistons! It’s safe to say, Sean is having an amazing year. After […]
The Midwest is slowly becoming more and more progressive these days! Two Midwestern states are about to initiate legal marijuana sales to adults! Both states have already had access to medicinal marijuana in place for some time now but the state is now making things even more accessible to the public. With the high demand […]
This could not be me, but according to USAToday.com, a Michigan man, by the name of Rich Zelasko must split his lottery winnings with his ex wife, Mary Beth Zelasko. Her arbitrator, John Mills, argued that when Rich won the lottery in 2013, the two had only been separated for two years, and pointed out […]
In a shocking set of event, prosecutors dropped all criminal charges Thursday against eight people in the Flint water scandal and decided to the start the investigation over. The defendants include Michigan’s former health director, Nick Lyon, who was charged with involuntary manslaughter. He was accused of failing to timely alert the public about an […]
It looks as though it might get a little easier to “live while black”, after lawmakers push for criminal misdemeanor charges against individuals who misuse 911 services to racially profile people of color living their everyday lives. Remember back when two black men were confronted by Philadelphia police after asking to use the bathroom in […]
The Cleveland Cavaliers shocked the basketball world Monday by hiring Michigan head coach John Beilein. In 12 years at Michigan, Beilein, 66, led the Wolverines to two Final Fours and four Big Ten tournament and regular-season titles. The Cavs and Beilein agreed on a five-year deal. “John is one of the most accomplished and innovative […]
A Judge Rules Flint Residents Can Sue Over Water Crisis! A judge ruled today that the residents of Flint, Michigan can move forward with lawsuits filed against the federal government due to the ongoing water crisis. This motion is a huge victory in the fight for justice for residents who have had their water supply […]
In Cedar Springs, Michigan on Monday, February 18th, Michigan authorities arrived to an utterly tragic crime scene. A mother and 3 children were all found dead. According to reports, Aubrianne Moore, 28, picked up her kids from school in the middle of the school day leading administrators to believe they would be attending doctors […]
Three weeks after a court demanded that the state of Michigan send bottled water to residents who are still impacted by contaminated water, state officials are still trying to fight that order.
Most of Central Ohio has shown overwhelming Buckeye pride over the last week but many are upset by a picture that was tweeted insulting Xichican women. While many fans pride themselves with Ohio State pride, many Buckeye fans thought the sign had pushed the line too far and was extremely insensitive after the serious water problems […]
Scores of students staged a walk-out on Monday to express disdain for the President-Elect Donald Trump.