How to Watch the Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings - NFL Week 1 | Channel, Stream, Time
An old school rivalry highlights first Sunday of action in the NFL season, as Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers begin another quest for a division title when they to Minneapolis to take on Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings. However, Green Bay does have a solid defense, as Joe Barry’s group is expected to improve in his second year as defensive coordinator. Dating back to their first meeting in 1961, the two teams have faced off 123 times, with Green Bay holding a 64-56-3 record over Minnesota, with wins coming in four of the last six matchups. What NFL Football - Week 1Who: Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota VikingsWhen: Sunday, September 11Time: 4:25 p.m. ETWhere: U.S. Bank Stadium (Minneapolis, Minn.)Channel: FOXStream: DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, SlingCheck out the NFL standings and results on NFL.commlive.com
Ask Amy: I can’t forgive my cousin for financial, physical abuse my mother suffered in her final years
Dear Amy: My cousin was living with and taking care of my mom near the end of my mom’s life. I just can’t forgive her for the harm she caused and for taking advantage of someone who obviously cared for her. My problem is that my other cousins and family members still talk to my cousin and treat her like she is part of the family. I assume that it was not contractual, but more of a casual arrangement between family members, involving housing and other benefits for your cousin. In my opinion, “moving on” would be you accepting that you cannot control these other family members.mlive.com
Landfill search for ‘likely murdered’ 17-year-old tops $200K, chief says
DETROIT - A massive operation undertaken to recover the body of a missing 17-year-old from a Michigan landfill topped $200,000 within the first week, officials said. The Detroit Police Department is relying on donations and police officers volunteering to conduct Operation Justice for Zion. Investigators believe the body of Zion Foster, of Eastpointe, is buried under 75-100 feet of crushed debris at a landfill in Lenox Township near Detroit. She was “likely murdered,” White said, before her body was put in a dumpster that was emptied at the landfill. RELATED: Work begins in landfill search for missing Michigan teenFoster’s cousin Jaylin Brazier, 23, is in prison for lying to police during the investigation.mlive.com
Landfill to be searched for body of 17-year-old missing since January
LENOX TOWNSHIP, MI – Police believe they know the location of the body of a 17-year-old girl who has been missing for months – a landfill in Lenox Township near Detroit, The Associated Press reports. Investigators believe her body was put in a dumpster, which was eventually emptied at the landfill, the report said. “I wish I could get into the specifics and details,” Detroit police Commander Michael McGinnis told reporters at a news conference on Thursday. “If I could, you’d all be as disgusted as we are with this case.”Foster’s cousin Jaylin Brazier, 23, is in prison for lying to police during the investigation. RELATED: Cousin admits he threw missing Michigan teen’s body in a dumpsterRELATED: Missing Michigan teen’s cousin accused of lying to policemlive.com
Body of Michigan 17-year-old missing since January has been found, police say
DETROIT – A confession has led police to the body of a 17-year-old Michigan girl who had been missing since January, WXYZ Detroit reports. The body of Zion Foster, of Eastpointe, was deeply buried, police said. In March, Brazier admitted to throwing Foster’s body in a dumpster after she suddenly died while they were together. It’s unclear if the confession leading to the body came from Brazier or someone else. RELATED: Cousin admits he threw missing Michigan teen’s body in a dumpsterRELATED: Missing Michigan teen’s cousin accused of lying to policeThe cause of death has not been released.mlive.com
Security guard fatally shot, another wounded at Michigan health facility
DETROIT – One security guard is dead, and another is wounded after a man was asked to leave a Detroit health facility and returned with a gun on Wednesday, March 30, The Associated Press reports. The shooting was reported around 1 p.m. at the Team Wellness Center on the city’s eastside, police said. Diante Davis was pronounced dead at the scene, WDIV Local 4 reports. The other security guard is in temporary serious condition at a local hospital, AP reports. The man returned later, had a confrontation with the security guard, pulled out a gun and began shooting at them.mlive.com
Suspected drunk driver crashes into ‘Sparty’ statue at Michigan State University
EAST LANSING, MI – The “Sparty” statue on Michigan State University’s campus in East Lansing is still standing after being hit by a suspected drunk driver early Thursday morning. Police were called to the area of Kalamazoo and Beal streets at 4:18 a.m. March 31, for a report of a vehicle crashing into the Spartan statue on campus, according to MSU Police & Public Safety. The driver attempted to flee the crash scene on foot but was later found by officers and arrested for suspected drunk driving, police said. No injuries were reported and the statue itself did not appear to be damaged, police said. More from MLive:Construction foreman dies in fall from three-story project in Livingston CountyCousin admits he threw missing Michigan teen’s body in a dumpsterMan in alleged plot to kidnap Gov.mlive.com
K9 from Slovakia to join Michigan sheriff’s office
WHITE CLOUD, MI – The Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office is welcoming a new K9 member after a trip to Vohne Liche Kennels this week. Members of the sheriff’s office and Grand Rapids Police Department traveled to Vohne Liche, pronounced “von lick,” in Indiana on Wednesday, March 30, in search of a new police dog, Bob Mendham said in a news release. With the help of the Grand Rapids K9 team, several dogs were tested and Deputy Si, a 2-year-old German Shephard from Slovakia, was chosen to join the sheriff’s office, the release said. Deputy Si and handler Deputy Fritzma will start an eight-week K9 academy on Monday, the release said. The K9 team is expected to be on active duty on June 1.mlive.com
Detroit mother charged after son is allegedly shot by cousin who found unsecured handgun
DETROIT – Brianna Williams was charged with second-degree child abuse Sunday in connection with the nonfatal shooting of her 13-year-old son. Police believe he had been shot by his 10-year-old cousin, who had found an unsecured handgun belonging to a relative. Related: Parents charged in 2 separate shootings involving Detroit childrenAccording to authorities, it happened just after noon March 9. Police said officers were dispatched to a home in response to a child who had been shot in the head. Williams had been charged with second-degree child abuse and received a $2,000 personal bond.
Parents charged in 2 separate shootings involving Detroit children
DETROIT – In two separate Detroit shootings, parents are facing charges because their children got their hands on guns. The two shootings happened on the same day and now both sets of parents have been charged. Brianna Williams was charged with second-degree child abuse after her 13-year-old son was shot by his 10-year-old cousin. READ: Detroit mother charged with child abuse in non-fatal shooting of 13-year-old sonAccording to authorities, the 10-year-old found a gun that had not been locked up or hidden. Police said a 3-year-old found an unsecured gun and it went off, shooting himself in the arm.
Detroit mother charged with child abuse in non-fatal shooting of 13-year-old son
The suspect was expected to be arraigned in the 34th District Court after 11 a.m. on Saturday. DETROIT – A Detroit mother has been charged in connection with the non-fatal shooting of her 13-year-old son who was shot by his 10-year-old cousin. Brianna Williams, 30, is charged with second degree child abuse. Allegedly, the 10-year-old found an unsecured handgun that belonged to a relative of the suspect and shot his cousin in the head. AdNew Today: Detroit parents charged in non-fatal shooting of 3-year-old sonRelated: Detroit police giving free gun locks to residents to prevent accidental shootings involving children“This case came to our office on the same day as another child shooting case, as a result of unsafe storage of a weapon,“ said Wayne County Prosecutor, Kim Worthy.