NBA Legend Chris Webber Breaks Ground on $50 Million Cannabis Facility In DetroitThe Detroit native and NBA Hall-of-Famer is bringing big business back home to provide inclusive opportunities in the booming cannabis industry.
Michigan Matters: Inspiring Young Folks Via Sports, Community Theatre Returns to Metro DetroitTalk about engaging young people through sports takes center stage on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” as Robert Jamerson, CEO of Detroit PAL, and Dave Robinson, owner of TGA of Southeast Michigan, appear to share information about programs they have inspiring young people.
The John Shippen Invitational By Rocket Mortgage Showcases Black Professional and Amateur GolfersThe John Shippen golf invitational had black golfers from across the county come to Detroit for a 2 day competition and kicked off the Detroit Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Darryl Morsell’s Baltimore Roots Bring Him Back To NCAA Tournament With TerrapinsHe’s been igniting crowds for years. Baltimore’s Darryl Morsell is the real deal. Before he was a four-year starter for the Maryland Terrapins, Mount St. Joseph High School was where the spark started and hasn’t been put out since.
Gov. Whitmer Mum On Health Chief’s Resignation, Sports BanGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Monday refused to discuss the circumstances surrounding the abrupt departure of Michigan’s health director during the coronavirus pandemic, including whether she asked for his resignation.
Michigan Online Sports Betting, Casino Games Will Start At Noon FridayOnline sports betting and casino games will start in Michigan at noon Friday, an expansion of options for gamblers who now wager through offshore sites.
Michigan Lawmakers OK Bills To Let College Athletes Be PaidLawmakers on Wednesday gave final approval to bills that would clear the way for college athletes to be paid for the use of their names, images or likeness rights — putting Michigan on the cusp of becoming at least the fourth state with such a law.
'The Game' Between Michigan And Ohio State Has Been Canceled For The First Time In Over 100 YearsOne of college football's biggest rivalry games won't be played this year.
Michigan Nears Launch Of Online Sports Betting, Other GamesMichigan casinos could launch online sports betting and gambling games in December once state lawmakers waive the remaining time they have to review proposed licensing rules.
MHSAA Makes Plans For Fall Championships In DecemberMichigan high school football championship games would be played after Christmas if the state allows fall sports to resume, officials said Wednesday.
Detroit Native, Umpire Rick Reed, Dies at 70Rick Reed, whose career as a big-league umpire spanned three decades and included the classic 1991 World Series and two All-Star Games, has died. He was 70.
Matthew Boyd Honored To Be Tigers' Starter For Opener vs RedsMatthew Boyd's status as Detroit's opening night starter is now official.
Michigan High Schools To Play Fall Sports Says MHSAA"Our student-athletes just want to play, and we've gone far too long without them playing. But doing so safely remains the priority,"
Gov. Whitmer Allows Return Of Pro Sports In Michigan Without FansGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday allowed for the return of pro sports in Michigan as long as fans aren't in attendance.
Living In A World Without SportsBaseball's opening day came and went. The Olympics have been postponed. Football in the fall? Don't count on it.