The case centers around a University of Michigan professor who mistakenly gave his son alcohol at a Detroit Tigers game.
The child was temporarily removed from his parents after mistakenly drinking alcohol at a Detroit Tigers game.
The woman was flying home from Abu Dhabi when she reached into the seatback pocket in front of her and got the scare of her life.
Beckie Francis, who called the situation a “witch-hunt,” claims she was never given a specific reason why she was fired.
A wrongful death lawsuit seeking at least $1 million has been filed against a 75-year-old Detroit-area woman who was convicted of killing her 17-year-old grandson.
The university says Francis physically and emotionally abused her players, was obsessed about their weight and pushed her Christian beliefs on them.
“It disturbs me, and it should disturb every American, that I told them exactly where bin Laden was in 2003, and they let him live another eight years.”
“M-1 chose to begin negotiations with another contractor to avoid being subjected to public criticism. So now, many of the jobs and revenues are going to out-of-state contractors instead of staying in state.”
In the lawsuit, the dancers say they are forced to give up part of their wages and share their tips — but attorney Megan Bonanni says if you’re an independent contractor, that’s against the law.
A black deputy is suing the Macomb County Sheriff’s department for alleged discrimination on the job.