How to Watch “The Challenge: All Stars” season 3 premiere
The Challenge: All Stars is back! Stream the season 3 premiere for free with a Paramount+ subscription. The Challenge: All Stars invites twenty four fan-favorite competitors to return for another season of survival. See below to find out how to watch The Challenge: All Stars season 3. Where to watch:You can stream The Challenge: All Stars season 3 today when you register for Paramount+ (try it free).mlive.com
How the ‘Sleepy Chicken’ challenge became TikTok’s latest dangerous trend
The internet loves to feed on the culinary horrors of TikTok, and the “Sleepy Chicken” challenge is no exception. The “Sleepy Chicken” challenge, which has made the rounds on TikTok, involves cooking chicken in sedative cough syrup. The original video for the “Sleepy Chicken” challenge originated in 2020, from what looks to be a satire account from the artist Rob Flo, according to his website. Flo’s “groundbreaking” recipe for “Sleepy Chicken” involves pouring “four-thirds of a bottle” into a frying pan with chicken breasts, and to boil the mixture for “five-to-30 minutes.”He also pours the used cough syrup back into the bottle, and the chicken is not even cooked all the way but has a bluish-green tint to it. According to Forbes, inhaling the vapors of the cooked medication can also lead to overdose and serious side effects, including those that can lead to death.mlive.com
Chicago Bulls continue to fight COVID-19 outbreak as Matt Thomas becomes the 4th player in 8 days to enter the NBA’s protocol
The Chicago Bulls are down to 11 players in Cleveland on Wednesday as a COVID-19 outbreak continues to strip the lineup. Matt Thomas became the fourth player to enter NBA protocol in the last 8 days.chicagotribune.com
'This is in Lathrop's hands': Sheriff's police services may end February 2022
The City of Lathrop and the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office have been expecting to end their police contract as the city prepares to open its new police department in 2022. The sheriff's office had been providing policing services for three decades. However, Sheriff Patrick Withrow said the city stopped paying for a part of their contract in 2019, and owes the sheriff's office at least $1.65 million. See more in the video above.news.yahoo.com
United Way of Washtenaw County’s latest 21-Day Equity Challenge underway
United Way of Washtenaw County launched the newest edition of its 21-Day Equity Challenge on Juneteenth in order to build community awareness around the biases, privileges, prejudice and oppressions that emerge in our daily lives.
Priti Patel axes unconscious bias training for Border Force officers
All Border Force officers have been offered "unconscious bias" training despite controversy over whether it has any positive effect, The Telegraph can disclose. Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, has ordered the Home Office to scrap the courses for staff after it emerged that Border Force and UK Visas and Immigration, two of the department's agencies, offered training intended to alert people to hidden prejudices they may harbour. Spending records show Border Force paid £32,510 last year to Challenews.yahoo.com
Grand Rapids wants to know how the city can improve parks in new Instagram photo challenge
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- In an effort to guide the future of Grand Rapids parks, city officials are encouraging people to tell them what they like about their neighborhood parks and what could be improved in a new photo challenge on Instagram. People with private Instagram accounts can directly message their photos to the Parks and Recreation Department’s page. “Our city parks have been vitally important places of safe recreation and nature exploration over the last year,” said David Marquardt, director of the Parks and Recreation Department. “The PhotoVision challenge allows our residents to continue shaping the parks system in a way that fits their community’s needs.”In addition to gathering public input on the parks system, the challenge also aims to capture people’s stories and experiences of the parks, particularly throughout the pandemic, city officials said. The challenge is just one of many public input opportunities for residents to weigh in on the parks system as the department prepares to update its five-year master plan.mlive.com
Company will pay you $2,400 to go screenless for 24 hours
It’s hard to imagine a life without screens these days...but how about 24 hours? One company is willing to pay you $2,400 if you’re able to swing it. Reviews.org -- a company that reviews products and services that are designed to make your home smarter -- is holding a “Digital Detox Challenge,” where lucky contestants will get paid $2,400 to go without technology for 24 hours. You can apply for the 2021 Digital Detox Challenge on Review.org right here. You can learn more about the 2021 Digital Detox Challenge on Review.org.
Win points, prizes in Ann Arbor’s Comfort Food Challenge this month
ANN ARBOR – Throughout the month of January, visits to local restaurants for outdoor dining or curbside pick up can earn you a chance to win prizes. How it works:Download the getDowntown Commute Central app from the App Store or Google Play, or sign up via getDowntown’s website. Win badges and prizes based on participationUsers who earn 40 points a week will automatically be entered to win a $50 gift card. The challenge is sponsored by ShowYourLoveA2, an initiative by the downtown area associations to bolster support for local restaurants and shops. Shopping at local businesses can also earn you points and prizes.
U-M’s Matthaei-Nichols launches #everydayoutdoors challenge
ANN ARBOR – University of Michigan’s Matthaei-Nichols botanical gardens and arboretum has launched a fun new campaign to encourage families to enjoy the outdoors this month. Its #everydayoutdoors campaign challenges families to complete a series of outdoor activities like rolling down hills, finding animal tracks and foraging for acorns. The only thing you need to do is get outside!”Every Day Outdoors challenge activities for December 2020. (University of Michigan Matthaei-Nichols)Share your photos with @matthaeinichols on Instagram with the hashtag #everydayoutdoors. Enjoy the winter fun!
Local 4 News at 4 -- Nov. 10, 2020
Here’s what’s coming up on Local 4 News at 4:U.S. Supreme Court takes up latest challenge to the Affordable Care ActThe U.S. Supreme Court took up the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday. THe Supreme Court heard oral arguments on whether to invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare.
Metro Detroit keeps Halloween spirit alive amid pandemic
ROMEO, Mich. – It can be a challenge to celebrate Halloween in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be fun. RELATED: These trick-or-treating alternatives may be your new traditionIf you look at Tilson Street in Romeo, you’ll know that Halloween isn’t canceled. People from all over southeast Michigan put on their masks to walk down Tilson Street -- which is known for its elaborate Halloween decorations. Most of the people Local 4 spoke with said it was their first time experiencing Tilson Street’s spooky decorations. MORE: Full Halloween coverage