Now we all know all about Rick Ross‘ eternal admiration of wings. Hell, a good percentage of his catalog shows as much. However, maybe he should focus on the business side of presenting such lemon peppery goodness. XXL reports that the MC/entrepreneur and his family members have been fined for several violations in multiple Wingstop […]

Tensions between players and the organization rose throughout the month of July after the Minnesota Lynx wore Black shirts stitched with the words, “Change starts with us. Justice & Accountability,” written in white on the front.

The Metro Transit Police Department has released a report highlighting the racial disparities among public transit riders in Minneapolis-St. Paul, namely that Black adults are more likely to receive fines than their White counterparts. The data collected by the Metro Transit Police Department focused on the amount of fines given to those who could not pay public transit fares in the […]

The recent increase of bomb threats in Wake County Schools, especially if it results in an evacuation and a response from police and fire departments, have prompted officials to propose adding a fine for people who call in a threat or any kind to Wake County schools. The district received 22 threats in October and […]

A town in Alabama may no longer get to sag their jeans or wear fitted skirts–after one official received a sign from God telling him…

The NCAA announces penalties against Penn State. The university will be banned from bowl games for four years, pay a $60 million fine & vacate all wins dating back to 1998. Scholarships will also be rolled back. What are your thoughts? Is the school getting off too easy?

The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced a $60 million fine against Penn State University on Monday and banned its football team from the postseason for four years. The school will also forfeit all football wins from 1998, NCAA President Mark Emmert said. That decision strips the late Joe Paterno of the title of winningest coach […]

It took legislators three tries to settle on regulatory language that was just right – not too socialistic, please, and not too free-market – to tame North Carolina’s mischievous plague of fat license-plate frames. Enacted in 2009, the law was modified twice this year. It bans frames that obscure the basic information on your auto […]