Supreme Court decision sparks protest across metro Detroit
Protests continue across the United States Friday night after the Supreme Court made a landmark decision, overturning Roe V. Wade. A crowd of people gathered outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., which can be seen in the video player above. Nearly a thousand protestors showed up at protests in Detroit and Ann Arbor.
‘I have endless range’: Jordan Poole makes splash as Warriors beat Boston in game 2 of NBA Finals
Jordan Poole made a cannonball-type of splash in game two of the NBA Finals to help the Golden State Warriors boat race the Boston Celtics, 107-88, scoring 17 points with five three-pointers and two steals in the victory.
Former Ypsilanti star Emoni Bates lists Michigan basketball in top 6, sets June announcement date
Former star Ypsilanti high schooler and current No. 1-ranked transfer player Emoni Bates recently entered the transfer portal, where he named the Michigan Wolverines one of his top six destinations ahead of the 2022 college basketball season.
University of Michigan doctor gives tips on protecting your lungs at any age
You probably hear a lot about heart health, but what about the health of your lungs? If you don’t smoke, you may think that that’s about all you can do to protect your lungs, but experts say there are things we should be doing at every age to keep our lungs healthy.
When it comes to Jim Harbaugh, college football world prefers criticism over common sense
It was easy to forget how the college football world vilifies Jim Harbaugh while Michigan was winning a Big Ten title and competing in the playoff. But in the days following his interview with the Minnesota Vikings, the baseless narratives have arisen once again.
U Of M Officials Focus On Teams Health After COVID Cases Cancels Game Against Ohio State
(CBS DETROIT)– U of M and Ohio State, the biggest rivalry in college football game not happening this Saturday due to positive COVID-19 cases within the Wolverine program. With one more possible game left in the schedule , officials now focused on the team passing COVID-19 protocols. “We’ll get through the next few days and continue to monitor the situation with COVID on our team and quarantines and all the things and all the things that we’re dealing with now. Said Warde Manuel U-M Donald R Shepherd Director of AthleticsDuring a virtual press conference Tuesday Manuel also said, the most important thing is the health of those in his program. Today the big ten changed that rule, allowing Ohio State to play in a championship game.detroit.cbslocal.com