Emmit King, a former track and field star at the University of Alabama and a former Olympian, was one of the two men who were shot and killed during an argument on Sunday in Bessemer, Alabama.
Month: November 2021
3 Killed, 6 Injured in shooting at Michigan High School
Three people were killed and six others were injured during a school shooting Tuesday at the Oxford High School in Detroit, Michigan. Oakland County undersheriff Michael McCabe said that the 15-year-old suspect is in custody, and a handgun was located.
Matthew McConaughey Not Running For Texas Governor
After months of speculation, Oscar winning actor Matthew McConaughey announced Sunday in a video on Twitter that he will not be running in the 2022 Texas governor race. McConaughey first mentioned interest in the position after appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in March.
The Golden State Warriors are Very Scary
Coming into the season, all eyes were on the Brooklyn Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers as they were they were the clear favorites to win it all this season. The Nets had something to prove after losing to the Bucks and the Lakers just added Russell Westbrook, a very…interesting choice. However, looming in the background was a team.
Supreme Court To Take Up All-Or-Nothing Abortion Fight
It’s going to be a very high stakes showdown on Wednesday, as the Supreme Court will have to decide whether they will reaffirm the constitutional right to abortions or end it all together. Both sides are making it clear to the Supreme Court that there is no middle ground in this case.
Fashion Designer Virgil Abloh Dies From Cancer At 41
On Sunday, the world was shocked to hear about the passing of Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton men’s wear and founder of his wildly popular brand, Off-White. It was announced to the world by the luxury group LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) that he died in Chicago after a two-year battle with cardiac angiosarcoma, a rare cancer, at the age of 41.
Students From Arizona University Want Rittenhouse Withdrawn
Following an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, groups of students at Arizona State University are protesting Kyle Rittenhouse’s status as a student at the school. In the interview, Rittenhouse expressed a desire to attend classes on campus at some point instead of remaining exclusively online.
Cuomo Can Still Collect Money from Taxpayers
Andrew Cuomo, the former Governor of New York, resigned earlier this year in light of allegations of sexual misconduct. Despite the reason for his departure, he has now collected his first pension check since leaving the role.
Promising Draft Choices for Detroit
It’s no secret that the Detroit Lions have looked more like house cats this season. They have already been mathematically eliminated from the playoffs going into week 12, so it may be in their best interest to start focusing on their plan for next season. The NFL draft is still months away, but this team is keeping their eyes on potential key players.
The Highs And Lows Of The 2022 Grammy Nominations
One of the most exciting times in music for artists and fans alike is here: the 64th annual Grammy Awards! Nominations for the award show were released on Wed. the 24th and were met with equal parts approval and dismay.
PSG Falls to Manchester City in 2-1 Loss
Paris Saint-Germain was defeated by Manchester City 2-1 in UEFA Champions League Group A on Wednesday.
Houston Highway Project Sparks Debate Over Racial Inequity
Many are critiquing a $9 billion highway widening project that is being proposed in the Houston area due to the problems that could arise for that would mostly affect people of color.