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Leader of large white power group in Metro Detroit works to unite all hate groups

Roseville man leads what some consider largest white power group in country DETROIT – Racial tensions are running high across the country, from the NFL’s national anthem controversy to a white supremacy group suing Michigan State University to the recent violence in Charlottesville. Law enforcement experts said hate groups are seizing the opportunity to increase membership. One of the largest white power groups in America is headquartered in Southeast Michigan. It’s an organization the Local 4 Defenders have exposed before, and now Kevin Dietz took a look at how the National Socialist Movement is going mainstream to recruit new members....

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This Terrifying Clown Will Deliver Doughnuts To Your Enemies

Stephen King’s It may be screwing with the clowning business (the World Clown Association is genuinely in a lather), but in the Frisco suburb of Dallas, it’s given the owners of Hurts doughnuts a brilliant idea: have a scary AF clown deliver their delicious, delicious treats on September 25 and 26. Do you have a nemesis in Frisco who deserves to wet their pants in fear? Oh, it’s definitely time for them to get a dozen glazed. In an interview with Guide Live, co-owner Kas Clegg explained the inspiration for the promotion. “We always try to keep up with the trends, and clowns are...

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New Law Bans Kids Over 16 Years Old From Trick-Or-Treating

Halloween is one of the best times of the year for kids. They get to go door to door receiving unlimited amounts of candy. But at what age is trick-or-treating supposed to stop? The town of Bathurst, New Brunswick in Canada has implemented a law that stops teens from the spooky, night events on October 31st. At 16-years-old, you can’t go trick-or-treating in this town AND if you’re caught, you will be fined $200. Oddly enough, the mayor of the town is not onboard with the new law but was outvoted.  ...

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QLine ridership down 40% after free period ended

Lijana said QLine ambassadors on the streetcars and at stations have helped with fares being paid but stronger measures might be necessary. “There is an increase in the amount of people paying when ambassadors are there,” he said. “We may see more of a transition to enforcement with transit police regarding all ordinances.” Ambassadors originally were positioned on board for the first two weeks after the free rides ended to help riders adjust to paying fares. But Lijana said they’ve decided to extend the ambassador program. Does that mean riders are boarding the streetcars without paying? Get the FULL...

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