Metro Detroit Organization Collects Toys For Patients At Children’s Hospital Of MichiganIt’s Christmas in July at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. The local organization, Sophia’s Rainbow, spent the last year collecting toys for patients at the hospital.
Truck Hauling Bee Hives Crashes, Unleashing Swarm In Northern MichiganUpwards of 50 million bees were in the truck's load of bee boxes when it crashed near Boyne City, a community about 260 miles northwest of Detroit.
Al Capone's Favorite Gun, Diamond Jewelry Head To AuctionGranddaughter Diane Capone and her two sisters will sell 174 items at the Oct. 8 auction titled "A Century of Notoriety: The Estate of Al Capone" hosted by Witherell's Auction House in Sacramento.
Death Sentence Upheld By Court For Church Shooter Dylann RoofRoof became the first person in the U.S. sentenced to death for a federal hate crime. Roof opened fire during the closing prayer of a Bible study, raining down dozens of bullets on those assembled.
Adult Film Actor Ron Jeremy Indicted On Over 30 Counts Of Sexual AssaultJeremy, 68, whose legal name is Ronald Jeremy Hyatt, pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday to all of the allegations, which include 12 counts of rape.
Don Everly Of 'The Everly Brothers' Dies At 84Everly died at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday, according to his attorney and family spokesperson Linda Edell Howard. His brother, Phil Everly, died in January 2014 at age 74.
Pat Hitchcock, Daughter Of Alfred Hitchcock, Dies at 93Hitchcock died in her sleep at home in Thousand Oaks, California of natural causes , her daughter Tere Carrubba said Wednesday.
Stevie Nicks Cancels All 2021 Performances Over Coronavirus Concerns"Because singing and performing have been my whole life, my primary goal is to keep healthy so I can continue singing for the next decade or longer," Nicks' statement said.
Kirk Franklin, Cece Winans Land Nominations For 52nd Annual Dove AwardsThe 52nd annual Dove Awards are planned for Oct. 19 in Nashville, Tennessee, where the leading voices in gospel and worship music will be honored.
Markie Post, 'Night Court' Actor And Longtime Television Regular Dies At 70Post was a longtime television regular who appeared in shows from "Cheers" to "Scrubs." But she was best known for her seven-season run on NBC's "Night Court".
PBS Kids 'Arthur' To End After 25 SeasonsPBS Kids plans to end the long-running children's series "Arthur" after 25 seasons. The final season will air in 2022.
George Clinton, KRS-One To Headline Free Concerts In NYCProof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required for the "It's Time for Hip Hop in NYC" concerts taking place at outdoor venues in the Bronx, Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens starting Aug. 16.
ZZ Top Bassist Dusty Hill Dies In His Sleep At 72They didn't give a cause of death, but a July 21 post on the band's website said Hill was "on a short detour back to Texas, to address a hip issue."
Michigan Veteran Homes Opens New Facility In Chesterfield TownshipLocated on the grounds of Sebille Manor (a former military housing complex), the new MVHCT is the first state veteran home to open in southeast Michigan.
Michigan Air Guard To Make History By Test-Landing Aircraft On State HighwaysThis landing operation is part of Exercise Northern Strike, hosted by the Michigan National Guard at the National All Domain Warfighting Center.