Niagara Falls Couple’s Disturbing Attack on Elderly Man Heads to Grand Jury After Shocking Discovery

Niagara Falls Couple to Face Grand Jury in “Vicious and Violent” Attack TOWN OF NIAGARA – A couple from Niagara Falls, New York, has waived their right to a preliminary hearing on Monday following what law enforcement sources describe as a “vicious and violent” attack on a man in the Town of Niagara. Gregory Perry, 31, and Ashley McMillen, 35, have been incarcerated since their arrest on Tuesday night. Perry is being held without bail, while McMillen’s bail is set at $100,000. Law enforcement officials apprehended the couple after forcibly entering a trailer in Cayuga … Read more

Michigan School Shooter’s Mother Faces Jury as Manslaughter Case Heads to Trial

OXFORD, Mich. – The manslaughter case against the mother of the Michigan school shooter is now in the hands of the jury. After weeks of emotional testimony and compelling evidence, the jurors will have the final say in determining whether the mother should bear any legal responsibility for the tragic incident. The trial has captivated the nation as it sheds light on the alarming rise of school shootings and the potential role of parents in preventing such acts of violence. Parents play a crucial role in shaping their children’s lives and ensuring their safety, making … Read more

Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Against Lizzo Heads to Trial: Dancers’ Claims Remain in Controversial Case

LOS ANGELES – Lizzo, the Grammy-winning singer known for her body positivity advocacy, is facing a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by several former backup dancers. The allegations against Lizzo were made by Arianna Davis, Crystal Williams, and Noelle Rodriguez, who accused the singer of harassment during their time on her Special tour and as contestants on “Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrls” in early 2021. In a recent ruling, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Marc H. Epstein dismissed some of the accusations, including a claim that Lizzo fat-shamed a dancer. However, he denied … Read more

NYU Retirement Plan Lawsuit Heads to Jury Trial as Professors Demand Justice

NEW YORK CITY, NY – A group of professors from New York University (NYU) is fighting for their retirement plan lawsuit to be tried by a jury, a demand that the university opposes. The professors initially accused NYU of mismanaging their retirement plans in a 2016 lawsuit, claiming that the university’s actions resulted in a loss of $358 million for the group. While a judge dismissed the case in 2018, an appeal partially reversed the dismissal, but affirmed that the professors had previously waived their right to a jury trial. The lawsuit alleges that NYU … Read more