Michigan injury report: Update on Gemon Green, Ja’Den McBurrows vs. Rutgers
Michigan has made the trek east to play annual division opponent Rutgers for a prime-time game in Piscataway, N.J. (7:30 p.m., Big Ten Network). Questionable:OL Trente Jones — Michigan’s starting right tackle dressed for last weekend’s game against Michigan State but never appeared, suggesting a return is near. We’d be surprised to see Green suit up against Rutgers, but we’re not ready to rule him out. CB Ja’Den McBurrows — Same goes for McBurrows, who hasn’t appeared in a game yet this season but was in uniform against the Spartans. McBurrows took a few punches and kicks in the tunnel attack, although his injury status is unknown.mlive.com
US appeals court: Beauty pageant can bar trans contestants
A federal appellate court says a national beauty pageant has a First Amendment right to exclude a transgender woman from competing, because including her could interfere with the message the pageant wants to send about what characteristics make an ideal woman.
Pro-Trump Tour Flies Off The Rails Over ‘Demonic Satellites’ and ‘Deep State’ McDonald’s
Emily Elconin/GettyThe far-right “ReAwaken America” gathering in Manheim, Pennsylvania, this weekend wasn’t your typical pro-Trump rally.It was a whole different level of crazy.The QAnon-peppered programming frequently flew off the rails Saturday, as speakers took severe issue with everything from McDonald’s being part of the “deep state” to “demonic satellites” controlling the voting system in the United States.The day’s activities kicked off with a prayer asking for Trump’s eyes to be opened snews.yahoo.com
Pelosi, Dem leadership say they stand with sexual assault survivors, but mum after Politico outs GOP candidate
Nancy Pelosi and Democratic House leadership wouldn't say if they believed it was appropriate for Politico to out GOP candidate Jennifer-Ruth Green as a survivor of sexual assault.foxnews.com
Homicide suspect shot by Detroit police
DETROIT – A homicide suspect was shot by a Detroit police officer after a chase Monday morning, Oct. 10, officials said. The incident happened around 11:30 a.m. in the area of Green and Lane streets in Detroit, FOX 2 Detroit reports. Detroit officers were engaged in a car chase, pursuing a murder suspect when the suspect got out and continued on foot, the report said. Officers followed on foot and witnesses heard a gunshot shortly after that. READ MORE:Michigan construction worker, last seen clinging to tree, among Hurricane Ian’s victimsMan dies in rough Lake Michigan waters during kayak race Up NorthPassengers flee train during 19-hour ride from Michigan to Chicagomlive.com
Genesee Intermediate School District will fill vacant seat on Flint school board
FLINT, MI -- The Genesee Intermediate School District will fill the vacant seat on the Flint Community Schools Board of Education after former Treasurer Danielle Green resigned from her position in August. In the past, Flint schools have appointed their own replacements when there were board vacancies. Since no arrangements were made for the board to appoint a replacement and 30 days has passed, that responsibility moves to the Genesee Intermediate School District. All applicants must be registered voters and live within the boundaries of Flint Community Schools. Applications can be addressed to the following: Mr. Richard Hill, President Genesee Intermediate School District Board of Education 2413 West Maple Avenue Flint, Michigan 48507.mlive.com
Flint school board president attempts to throw out two members from heated meeting
FLINT, MI – New Flint Board of Education President Carol McIntosh attempted to have two board trustees removed by police Wednesday night after they appealed one her of rulings. All members but the president voted in favor of keeping board members at the meeting. Board members were seen arguing on stage for several minutes after the meeting ended. The full board meeting can be viewed on the district’s YouTube channel at this link. Read more at The Flint Journal:Board member walks out as tempers flare at Flint schools meetingGreen agrees to resign from Flint school board after alleged assault of colleague‘I do not feel safe’: Allegedly assaulted Flint school board member speaks out, security sought at meetingsmlive.com
Former Flint school board president retakes seat in rare reshuffling
FLINT, MI -- Carol McIntosh, who served as president of the Flint Board of Education in 2021, will retake her seat after Flint officials voted out Joyce Ellis-McNeal. Both Ellis-McNeal and Treasurer Laura MacIntyre were unseated during the Aug. 17 Flint Board of Education meeting. McIntosh was voted as president and Green was voted as treasurer with a four-member majority of Chris Del Morone, Allen Gilbert, McIntosh and Green. This reshuffling of the board typically happens when new members join or at the beginning of the calendar year. Ellis-McNeal and McIntosh are the only two seats on the board that are not up for reelection.mlive.com
Green agrees to resign from Flint school board after alleged assault of colleague
FLINT, MI -- Danielle Green, the former Flint Board of Education President that allegedly assaulted another board member, will resign from her seat as a condition of a plea agreement with the City of Flint. Green, who must submit her resignation effective Friday, Aug. 26, appeared in Genesee District Court Judge Herman Marable’s courtroom on Monday morning. The City of Flint charged Green with misdemeanors of assault and battery and disrupting a public meeting in April. The victim, Trustee Laura MacIntyre, said she did not feel safe at the following board meeting. Green cannot attend Flint Board of Education meetings or have any contact with the victim, according to the plea agreement.mlive.com
Germany argues over nuclear shutdown amid gas supply worries
Rising concern over the impact of a potential Russian gas cutoff is fueling the debate in Germany over whether the country should switch off its last three nuclear power plants as planned at the end of this year. The door to some kind of extension appeared to open a crack after the Economy Ministry in mid-July announced a new “stress test” on the security of electricity supplies. Since then, Russia has reduced natural gas supplies through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline to Germany to 20% of capacity amid tensions over the war in Ukraine.news.yahoo.com
Mother files lawsuit against Abbott claiming contaminated infant formula led to daughter’s hospitalization
A mother in Florida has filed a lawsuit against formula maker Abbott Laboratories, alleging its contaminated infant formula caused her newborn daughter to contract Salmonella and ultimately be hospitalized.
Flint school board alleged assault case gets final pretrial date in August
FLINT, MI -- The misdemeanor case against Danielle Green, the former Flint school board president who allegedly assaulted a colleague during a public meeting, has been assigned a final pretrial date and jury trial date, if necessary. The board member was charged by the City of Flint with misdemeanor charges of assault and battery and disorderly conduct on April 5. The alleged assault incident took place during a school board committee meeting on March 23 at the district’s administration building. Green’s final pretrial date is set for Aug. 8 at 9 a.m. in Marable’s courtroom. Read more at The Flint Journal:Case in Flint school board alleged assault delayed until next monthFlint school board member’s misdemeanor case is ‘very close’ to resolution, attorney saysBoard member charged with assault absent from Flint school meetingFlint school board member facing assault, disorderly charges after allegedly assaulting colleagueVictim of alleged assault on Flint school board files protection orders against fellow member, activistmlive.com
Ex-deputy gets 18 years after detainees drown in locked van
A deputy in South Carolina whose police van was swept away by floodwaters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, drowning two women seeking mental health treatment trapped in a cage in the back was sentenced Thursday to 18 years in prison. A Marion County jury found former Horry County deputy Stephen Flood guilty of two counts of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of reckless homicide. Judges ordered Wendy Newton, 45, and Nicolette Green, 43, to be involuntarily committed the day they died, but their families said they were not violent.news.yahoo.com
Ex-Tiger’s return to LA lineup designates former Tiger teammate for assignment
Former Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Shane Greene has been designated for assignment by the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday thanks to the return of former Tigers pitcher David Price. Green made his first and only appearance of the season with the Dodgers back on Sunday, pitching two scoreless innings of relief in a win over the Phillies. Price ended up second in the Cy Young award voting that season. So far this season, the 36-year-old Price has an ERA of 1.93 in 4.2 innings of work. He finished last season with a 7.23 ERA in 23.2 innings.mlive.com
Case in Flint school board alleged assault delayed until next month
FLINT, MI -- The misdemeanor case against Danielle Green, the former Flint school board president who allegedly assaulted another member during a committee meeting, has been pushed back to next month. The board member was charged by the City of Flint with misdemeanor charges of assault and battery and disorderly conduct on April 5. The alleged assault incident took place during a school board committee meeting on March 23 at the district’s administration building. Vice President Joyce Ellis-McNeal was elevated to board president and Carol McIntosh became the board’s new vice president. Read more at The Flint Journal:Flint school board member’s misdemeanor case is ‘very close’ to resolution, attorney saysBoard member charged with assault absent from Flint school meetingFlint school board member facing assault, disorderly charges after allegedly assaulting colleagueVictim of alleged assault on Flint school board files protection orders against fellow member, activist‘I do not feel safe’: Allegedly assaulted Flint school board member speaks out, security sought at meetingsAlleged assault of Flint school board member turned over to prosecutor, additional investigation necessarymlive.com
Flint school board member’s misdemeanor case is ‘very close’ to resolution, attorney says
FLINT, MI -- The attorney for the Flint Board of Education member who allegedly assaulted one of her colleagues said at a Monday, April 18 pretrial hearing that a plea agreement is “very close” to resolution. The incident took place at a school board committee meeting on March 23. The school board voted at an emergency meeting held the same day as the alleged assault to bring security or police to meetings. They also moved at the same meeting to remove Green as the school board president. Read more at The Flint Journal:Board member charged with assault absent from Flint school meetingFlint school board member facing assault, disorderly charges after allegedly assaulting colleagueVictim of alleged assault on Flint school board files protection orders against fellow member, activist‘I do not feel safe’: Allegedly assaulted Flint school board member speaks out, security sought at meetingsAlleged assault of Flint school board member turned over to prosecutor, additional investigation necessarymlive.com
As 2023 recruiting heats up, a look at Michigan State’s needs and targets
Michigan State may be having a quiet spring in the transfer portal, but it’s as active as usual on the recruiting front. Michigan State could also add via the transfer portal this offseason, changing its needs. Christie is technically on this list, but Michigan State likely isn’t preparing for him to be on the roster in 2023-24. 247sports composite ranking: 28Fears committed to Michigan State in January, making Michigan State set at the point guard spot for the foreseeable future. He doesn’t have the high recruiting ranking of Max but has picked up several Big Ten offers and has been around Michigan State plenty in the last year.mlive.com
Board member charged with assault absent from Flint school meeting
FLINT, MI -- Danielle Green, the school board member who was charged with assaulting a colleague, was absent at the first regular Flint Board of Education meeting since the alleged incident took place. The Board of Education met Wednesday, April 13, in a regular committee of the whole meeting to consider items to forward to next week’s regular board meeting agenda. Recently approved after alleged assault between former Board President Danielle Green and board member Laura MacIntyre, Flint City Police Department officers provide security for the Flint Community Schools Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, April 13, 2022 at the Accelerated Leaning Academy in Flint. The district’s school board held an emergency meeting later that same day, March 23, to take away Green’s presidency and elect new board officers. Read more at The Flint Journal:Flint school board member arraigned on assault, disorderly chargesFlint school board member facing assault, disorderly charges after allegedly assaulting colleague‘I’m going to tell it all’: Flint basketball legend Kelvin Torbert has new autobiography‘I do not feel safe’: Allegedly assaulted Flint school board member speaks out, security sought at meetingsmlive.com
Flint school board member arraigned on assault, disorderly charges
FLINT, MI – A Flint school board member has appeared before a Genesee County District Court judge for arraignment on two charges stemming from her alleged assault of another school board member at a March meeting. Green is accused of attacking fellow board member Laura MacIntyre, who has since filed a personal protection order against Green. Read more: Alleged assault of Flint school board member turned over to prosecutor, additional investigation necessaryThe alleged attack took place at a finance committee meeting on the morning of March 23 in the district’s administration building. Flint school board members held an emergency meeting later that day to strip Green of her board presidency and elect new board officers. More: Victim of alleged assault on Flint school board files protection orders against fellow member, activistDuring the emergency meeting, board members unanimously voted to bring police or security to every future board meeting.mlive.com
Flint school board member facing assault, disorderly charges after allegedly assaulting colleague
FLINT, MI -- A Flint Board of Education member has been charged with assault and battery and disorderly conduct after allegedly attacking a fellow board member at a meeting in March. Green is accused of attacking fellow board member Laura MacIntyre, who has since filed a personal protection order against Green. Flint school board members held an emergency meeting later that day to strip Green of her board presidency and elect new board officers. If convicted of a felony, Green automatically loses her seat on the Board of Education, Board Counsel Charis Lee said at the emergency meeting. Read more on MLive:Victim of alleged assault on Flint school board files protection orders against fellow member, activist‘I do not feel safe’: Allegedly assaulted Flint school board member speaks out, security sought at meetingsAlleged assault of Flint school board member turned over to prosecutor, additional investigation necessaryHow to vote for Michigan rappers to join 2022 XXL Freshman Classmlive.com
Victim of alleged assault on Flint school board files protection orders against fellow member, activist
FLINT, MI — Laura MacIntyre, the Flint Board of Education member that was allegedly assaulted by then-Board President Danielle Green, has filed a personal protection order against Green and local activist Arthur Woodson. Genesee County Circuit Court Judge Joseph Farah granted the two personal protection orders on Monday, March 28, according to court documents. The Flint Community Schools Board of Education stripped Green of her board presidency in an emergency meeting later that day. MacIntyre explained the incident in the personal protection order, saying that Green stood up out of her chair, walked to MacIntyre and started pointing a finger in her face. “It is an attack and an assault on not just me but on our democracy and our public education.”Read more on MLive:Alleged assault of Flint school board member turned over to prosecutor, additional investigation necessary‘I do not feel safe’: Allegedly assaulted Flint school board member speaks out, security sought at meetingsAlleged assault between Flint school board members under investigation, police sayFlint school board member removed from presidency after allegedly assaulting colleagueFlint schools calls special meeting after alleged assault between board membersmlive.com
Let's Talk: NFL free agents and traded players speak up
FILE - Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky throws a pass during an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings in Minneapolis, in this Sunday, Dec. 20, 2020, file photo. Now that the muzzles have been removed for NFL team executives and the players they either re-signed or added in free agency, Thursday was a time for explanations and reflections. New England bringing back LB Kyle Van Noy, Buffalo grabbing QB Mitchell Trubisky, and Tennessee getting All-Pro long snapper Morgan Cox. Green), players staying put (Leonard Williams, Derek Wolfe) and even a player coming out of retirement (Kyle Long). He played 14 games with eight starts for Baltimore after signing a $3 million contract to join the team from Denver.
Some NFL veterans prosper as business season begins
FILE - San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Trent Williams (71) looks on prior to an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals, in Glendale, Ariz., in this Saturday, Dec. 26, 2020, file photo. (AP Photo/Jennifer Stewart, File)As the NFL opened its business year Wednesday, veterans Trent Williams, A.J. The Seahawks addressed another need, agreeing to terms with tight end Gerald Everett on a one-year deal. Ad— Kansas City agreed to a $5 million contract for next season with three-time Pro Bowl guard Kyle Long, who will come out of retirement. — New England brought back center Ted Karras on a one-year, $4 million contract.
Meet the chef crowned Restaurateur of The Year
Having the title of Restaurant of The Year is something any local restaurant owner would be proud of, but to be crowned Restaurateur of The Year is next level. They have awarded Chef Maxcel Hardy, owner of Coop Detroit and Jeds Detroit, as the Restaurateur Of Year. Green says Chef Max deserves this award because he was able to overcome the challenges of year. He never shut down his existing restaurant, Coop, and was also able to open his new restaurant Jed’s. On top of that Chef Max launched a philanthropic effort, serving the community with 75,000 meals.
LeBron, short-handed Lakers beat up on Warriors 128-97
Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (23) dunks in front of Golden State Warriors forward Eric Paschall (7) and center James Wiseman during the first half of an NBA basketball game in San Francisco, Monday, March 15, 2021. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)SAN FRANCISCO – LeBron James had a triple-double with 22 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds, leading the injury-depleted Los Angeles Lakers past the Golden State Warriors 128-97 on Monday night. Stephen Curry scored 27 points with four 3-pointers and became the Warriors' franchise assists leader a day after his 33rd birthday and in his 12th NBA season. Warriors: Golden State hasn't beaten the Lakers at home since a 115-101 victory on Feb. 2, 2019 — so never at the second-year Chase Center. The Warriors wrapped up their eighth back-to-back this season and third of five playing consecutive days at home.
Analysis: Wentz, Elliott provide little bang for buck
Wentz was paid more than $39 million in cash this season and had a cap hit of $18.6 million. The Eagles now have to decide what to do with Wentz, who has a cap hit of more than $34 million next season. RB EZEKIEL ELLIOTT: The Cowboys gave Elliott a $90 million, six-year extension before reaching a deal with quarterback Dak Prescott. Elliott is coming off the least productive season of his career with 979 yards and six TDs while getting paid nearly $11 million for a team that finished 6-10. But Green had just 47 catches for 523 yards in 16 games, providing little value for his big salary.
Farmington school board chaos: Superintendent, 2 board members resign
FARMINGTON, Mich. – As the chaos surrounding the Farmington school board continues, the superintendent and two board members resigned during an explosive, emotional meeting. “This is painful, very painful,” school board President Pamela Green said. “I have the utmost respect for Dr. Herrera.”Farmington Public Schools Superintendent Robert Herrera, who was hired just last year, resigned Monday night during an explosive, emotional board meeting. Superintendent, board members allege harassment, ‘dysfunctional behavior’The superintendent of Farmington Public Schools as well as two members of the district’s Board of Education cited allegations of harassment and “dysfunctional behavior.”Herrera filed a complaint against Smith for harassment. “Farmington Public Schools will continue to serve the students and families well in our community; the District has a strong leadership team that will continue to move the District forward.”Click here to read this full story.
Michigan DNR pursuing concessionaires to run park businesses
LANSING, Mich. – Michigan’s state parks, harbors and recreation areas are seeking entrepreneurs to run camp stores, boat rentals and other businesses as the coronavirus pandemic has spurred an increase in state park visitors. Lori Green, the concession and lease manager for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, told MLive.com that there are perks that come with operating a business within a state park or recreation area. Green said state park visitor numbers were higher this year then ever, which could be encouraging for state-park based enterprises. Most opportunities are seasonal, such as operating camp stores, bike or watercraft rentals, food trucks, and even a water park. An anomaly on the current list is the ski hill at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
Wayne County judge accused of covering up son’s abuse of her grandchildren
WAYNE COUNTY, Mich. – Michigan’s Judicial Tenure Commission is pushing several judicial misconduct charges against Wayne County Circuit Judge Tracy Green, who is accused of trying to cover up evidence that her son, Gary Davis-Headd, was abusing his children. “I still stand before you and say that she’s a fair jurist and fair person,” said Attorney Lillian Diallo. Diallo has practiced in front of Green and is the Vice President of Wayne County’s Criminal Defense Bar Association. The dozen-page complaint claims that Green’s two grandchildren told her on numerous occasions of the abuse they were experiencing. So let’s let this play out.”The complaint also lists Green’s former daughter-in-law as another one of her son’s victims of abuse.
Woman shot 11 times in 4th Highland Park homicide in 6 weeks, police say
HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. – A woman was shot 11 times Wednesday in Highland Park, marking the fourth homicide in the city in about six weeks. Highland Park Det. It was dark at the time of the shooting, so nobody saw the person who killed Green, according to officials. There was one homicide in Highland Park in all of 2020 until the last six weeks. “We need the people to help us,” Highland Park police Chief Kevin Coney said.
You can't say the crowds influenced rusty NFL officials
“For one, he was clamping me the whole time,” Green complained afterward, saying the officials should call it both ways. “Honestly, it reminded me of the times I was back at the College of San Mateo, my junior college,” Edelman said. It brought me back at least to high school, junior college, college. In some ways, it brings the game back to why you started playing, just to love playing the game. ___With contributions from AP Pro Football Writer Dave Campbell and AP Sports Writers Tim Booth, Larry Lage and Kyle Hightower.
No masks, just questions, in Kansas counties with no cases
Business owners in Rawlins and Wallace counties say they agree with local officials' decisions to opt out of an order from Democratic Gov. In Wallace County, which borders Colorado, one restaurant posted on social media a graphic of a crossed out man with a face mask. Kansas has reported more than 25,000 coronavirus cases since the pandemic reached the state in early March, first in the Kansas City area. Trust.Meanwhile, the testing rate in the two counties lags well behind the Kansas 9.5% average, according to the state health department. The Rawlins County Health Center, the only hospital in that county, provides nasal swab tests.
Bengals receiver A.J. Green signs 1-year franchise deal
FILE - In this Dec. 1, 2019, file photo, Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. The Bengals used their franchise tag on A.J. Green signed his one-year, $17.9 million contract Friday after the deadline passed for agreeing to a long-term deal with the Cincinnati Bengals. The club used its franchise tag on Green, who missed all last season with an ankle injury. After nine years of Green teaming with quarterback Andy Dalton, the Bengals made a clean break following a 2-14 finish.
Detroit police seek help locating missing 28-year-old woman
DETROIT Police are asking for help locating a missing 28-year-old woman. Green is described as being 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. Police said she has brown eyes and an unknown symbol tattooed in the middle of her chest and lower back. She also has Azon tattooed with a crown on her left arm and Marco on her left leg. Anyone who has seen Green should contact Detroit Police 11th Precinct at 313-596-1140 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up.
Prescott set for franchise tag without long-term Dallas deal
Dak Prescott will play whatever becomes of the 2020 season under the one-year franchise tag after the Dallas Cowboys and their star quarterback couldn't agree on a long-term contract. Clubs had until Wednesday afternoon to reach multiyear deals with players given the franchise tag. Green and defensive end Yannick Ngakoue of Jacksonville haven't signed the one-year contract that goes with the tag. If so, his fate will be different than the other two QBs who have played under the franchise tag. Anthony Harris of Minnesota and Denver's Justin Simmons are set to play under the $11.4 million tag for a safety.
Tasty Tuesday recipe: Green split pea soup
This Green Split Pea Soup recipe is best done after you've saved the ham bone of a spiral ham, or any bone-in ham. Start by boiling the ham bone in half a pot (or more) of water for about 60-90 minutes. Strain fat and meat from stock and return stock to pot. Cut up carrots and celeryAdd rinsed split peas, sauteed veggies, chopped carrots & celery, and a couple of bay leaves to stock. Add the ham meat strained earlier.
Green substance oozing onto freeway closes lane on EB I-696 in Madison Heights
MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. – One eastbound lane of I-696 is closed in Madison Heights due to a substance on the freeway. MORE: Green substance from condemned Madison Heights business oozes onto I-696The shoulder and exit ramp to Couzens Road are also closed. The Sky 4 chopper showed the green substance oozing out of an embankment. The substance is believed to be contaminated ground water that is coming from the basement of Electro Plating Services, the Michigan Dept. The owner of the business was recently sentenced after he pleaded guilty to storing hazardous waste without a permit.
Damage control: How managers can recover from common mistakes
With layoffs on tap but not yet announced, one manager McAllister knew sent an updated org chart to an assistant, who noticed her name was no longer on it. After quickly consulting with HR, he told her the situation and apologized to her for letting her know in such a ham-fisted way. Spilling a company secretAs a manager, you're usually expected to keep company plans under wraps until the company makes them public. Green says in many instances, if a manager asks, HR may tell them not to say anything just to be safe. Managers also have to avoid saying anything that could be perceived as demeaning or abusive to the employee being let go.
8th-Grade Math Teacher Gives Helping Hand to Former Student Struggling With Homelessness and Jail
Ive always been the type of person to try to figure things out and not ask for help, Green told InsideEdition.com. I was all in when he asked me for help, Demory said. There wasnt a lot of support that he had outside of jail during that time. They even volunteered to help Green move in and decorate his home with donated furniture when Green couldnt take time off work to do it himself. Green said his biggest advice to young adults in his shoes is, Never be scared to ask for help.
Frontier offers free flights to people with these two last names
Jeff Swensen/Getty Images(CNN) - Frontier Airlines is offering free flights for people with the last name "Green" or "Greene." The Colorado airline says it operates "America's greenest flight" and is giving away flights -- up to $400 in value -- for the promotion of Green Week, the company's ecofriendly initiative. "Our fleet's fuel efficiency is unmatched by other U.S. airlines and allows Frontier to deliver not only the lowest fares but the most sustainable approach to flying," President and CEO Barry Biffle said in a statement. "We're very excited to share our green message with everyone," said Zach Kramer, a Frontier Airline spokesman, adding that many people are tagging friends with those names. Passengers must book a flight on FlyFrontier.com, must depart on Tuesday and return by Aug. 20, and must legally have the last name Green or Greene.
Colorado mom thankful for insurance company's change of heart
A Colorado mom says her baby girl has a fighting chance against a rare disease thanks to a change of heart by their insurance company. GRAND JUNCTION (KMGH) - A Colorado mom says her baby girl has a fighting chance against a rare disease thanks to a change of heart by their insurance company. The little girl's mom made a public appeal for help after finding out their insurance company would not cover a new treatment. On Friday morning, Green received a phone call from insurance company letting her know the treatment would be covered. "I can't describe it, knowing that my baby is going to have a chance," Green said.