Detroit Pays Tribute to Champions Day

Detroit Pays Tribute to Champions Day

April 18, is known as Champions Day in Detroit. It has been almost 80 years since Detroit had a championship sports celebration. Today the city’s Free Press made their front page a tribute to a time when winning was the norm for the Motor City. In 1936, Governor Frank Fitzgerald declared this time-honored tradition after three sports […]

Bob Corker’s US Senate Seat May Be Taken in 2018

Bob Corker’s US Senate Seat May Be Taken in 2018

Sunday, April 16, 2017, James Mackler, a former Iraq war veteran, announced today he would run for Sen. Bob Corker’s U.S. Senate seat in 2018. Mackler is an attorney in Nashville, Tenn. and he started his day by disclosing his intentions to take Corker’s position. He is the first Democrat from his state to make […]

Becca Longo First Female Awarded Division II Football Scholarship [Video]

Becca Longo First Female Awarded Division II Football Scholarship [Video]

On Wednesday, April 12, 2017, Becca Longo is believed to be the first female in football’s history to earn a scholarship, after signing a letter of intent to play NCAA Division II football at a top-tier school. This history-making event took place during a ceremony at Basha High School in Chandler, as Longo was introduced […]