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Lesbian prison workers sue over workplace discrimination | News Hits

Lesbian prison workers sue over workplace discrimination | News Hits

Switch to the of this page.Two female corrections officers who are in a romantic relationship are suing the Michigan Department of Corrections over allegations that they were subjected to a hostile work environment while working at Lapeer’s Thumb Correctional Facility.In a lawsuit filed Monday in Wayne County Circuit Court, Officer Michelle Wood alleged that she was called homophobic names, taunted, denied a promotion, and subjected to retaliation after she made complaints over the mistreatment. The suit alleges that Wood’s partner of 17 years, Sgt. Loretta Smith, experienced a hostile work...

March 10, 2020
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Brenda Jones violated campaign finance laws with donations tied to city contractor, according to report | News Hits

Brenda Jones violated campaign finance laws with donations tied to city contractor, according to report | News Hits

Switch to the of this page.Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones violated campaign finance laws that are designed to prevent pay-to-play politics, according to a new report.While running for re-election to city council in 2017, Jones accepted nearly $10,000 in campaign contributions from top officials at First Independent Bank, which has a contract to operate a loan program for the Detroit police and pension fund, .Jones, who is for the congressional seat, is a trustee of the pension fund.Michigan for politicians on public pension boards to accept campaign contributions in excess of...

April 22, 2020
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Good dude and rap god Eminem sends Mom's Spaghetti to metro Detroit health care workers | Table and Bar

Good dude and rap god Eminem sends Mom's Spaghetti to metro Detroit health care workers | Table and Bar

Switch to the of this page.Detroit rapper Eminem sent some much-needed sustenance in the form of "Mom's Spaghetti" to support those local Detroit health care workers battling the coronavirus on the frontlines.Earlier this week, Henry Ford Health Care System received a healthy helping of Mom's Spaghetti from Eminem, Shady Records, and Clarkston-based Union Joints as a gesture of gratitude for their hard work.“Our #HealthcareHeroes 'lost themselves' in the delicious Mom's Spaghetti donated by Detroit's very own, Eminem,” reads a tweet from Henry Ford Health Care System.Staff at Detroit...

April 23, 2020
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Cellphone data shows protesters dispersed across Michigan, raising concerns of spreading coronavirus | News Hits

Cellphone data shows protesters dispersed across Michigan, raising concerns of spreading coronavirus | News Hits

Switch to the of this page.At "Operation Gridlock," last month's in Lansing over Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's coronavirus executive orders, many participants rebelled against social distancing guidelines by standing close together and not wearing face masks. Afterward, Whitmer chided the protesters, .That fear is backed up by newly released cellphone data, which shows the protesters dispersing to smaller communities across Michigan in the following days. A map showing devices that were in Lansing that had since scattered across the state was released by an advocacy group called the Committee to...

May 4, 2020
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Nicholas Proffitt, suspect in Islamic center arson, has a history of attacking mosques — including one in Dearborn | News Hits

Nicholas Proffitt, suspect in Islamic center arson, has a history of attacking mosques — including one in Dearborn | News Hits

Switch to the of this page.A Missouri man has been arrested for setting an Islamic center on fire in what authorities believe was a hate-fueled attack.Nicholas Proffitt, 42, of Cape Girardeau, was taken into custody on Monday and charged with felonies of first-degree arson, first-degree burglary, and first-degree property damage — a charge that could come with more serious penalties because investigators believe he was motivated by a bias against Muslims.He is accused of lighting a fire early Friday morning at the Islamic Center of Cape Girardeau that damaged the building beyond repair and...

April 28, 2020
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Axes and AKs: Fashion had a major moment at the Nazi LARP at Michigan's Capitol | The Scene

Axes and AKs: Fashion had a major moment at the Nazi LARP at Michigan's Capitol | The Scene

Switch to the of this page.Curious what's hot for fall? Look no further than the hundreds of trendsetters, fashionistas, human mayonnaise packets, and armed militia who strutted their stuff — and defied Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and her coronavirus “sham-demic” policies — on the Capitol steps on Thursday.Watch out, Paris fashion week! Take a hike, New York! Go back to where you friggin' came from, Milan! Here come Michigan's finest displays of MAGA, misogyny, and morons. Take a look at some of the boldest, wettest, most fucking depressing fashion statements we saw in Lansing.Typical libtard...

May 14, 2020
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Royal Oak Commissioner Kim Gibbs busted for shoplifting after being censured for attending Operation Gridlock | News Hits

Royal Oak Commissioner Kim Gibbs busted for shoplifting after being censured for attending Operation Gridlock | News Hits

Switch to the of this page.Royal Oak City Commissioner Kim Gibbs, who came under fire for attending a rally against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s restrictions amid the coronavirus outbreak, was busted for shoplifting at Meijer on Wednesday.Gibbs, an attorney who is running for reelection, is accused of failing to pay for about $100 worth of groceries at a self-checkout scanner.“She paid for about $45 worth of the items and not the others,” Royal Oak Police Chief Corrigan O’Donohue told .Police ticketed Gibbs for a misdemeanor violation of retail fraud but did not arrest her because of...

May 7, 2020
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Gov. Whitmer becomes target of dozens of threats on private Facebook groups ahead of armed rally in Lansing | News Hits

Gov. Whitmer becomes target of dozens of threats on private Facebook groups ahead of armed rally in Lansing | News Hits

Switch to the of this page.Dozens of angry Michiganders, fueled by conspiracy theories and disinformation about the coronavirus, are promoting violence and mobilizing armed rallies against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Facebook, in violation of the social media company’s policies.Metro Times gained access to four private Facebook groups that can only be seen by approved members. The pages, which have a combined 400,000 members, are filled with paranoid, sexist, and grammar-challenged rants, with members encouraging violence and flouting the governor’s social-distancing orders.On Sunday, after...

May 11, 2020
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Gov. Whitmer becomes target of dozens of threats on private Facebook groups ahead of armed rally in Lansing | News Hits

Gov. Whitmer becomes target of dozens of threats on private Facebook groups ahead of armed rally in Lansing | News Hits

Dozens of angry Michiganders, fueled by conspiracy theories and disinformation about the coronavirus, are promoting violence and mobilizing armed rallies against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Facebook, in violation of the social media company’s policies.Metro Times gained access to four private Facebook groups that can only be seen by approved members. The pages, which have a combined 400,000 members, are filled with paranoid, sexist, and grammar-challenged rants, with members encouraging violence and flouting the governor’s social-distancing orders.On Sunday, after being contacted by Metro...

May 11, 2020
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Bernie Sanders adds rallies in Dearborn and Ann Arbor ahead of Michigan primary | News Hits

Bernie Sanders adds rallies in Dearborn and Ann Arbor ahead of Michigan primary | News Hits

Switch to the of this page.Democratic 2020 presidential contender Bernie Sanders, who was this week, has added two more Michigan rallies ahead of the state's primary election.Sanders added the rallies in Dearborn and Ann Arbor, for a total of four upcoming events:• 7 p.m. on Friday, March 6, at Detroit's TCF Center (Hall C and D)• 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 7, at Dearborn’s Salina Intermediate School• 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 8, at Grand Rapids' Calder Plaz• 6 p.m. on Sunday, March 8, at Ann Arbor’s University of Michigan DiagAttendees can RSVP for the Detroit event , the Dearborn event...

March 7, 2020
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