May 14, 2021
WXMI: A Family's Sacrifice For Affordable Insulin
The family moved from Michigan to Ohio after their third child was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
New blood donor policy opens doors, raises questions for PrEP users
New FDA rules are meant to make it easier for gay men to donate blood, but advocates say one rule continues to exclude some potential donors.
New York City outlaws discrimination on the basis of weight, height
The mayor signed legislation passed by city lawmakers that would add protected categories for height and weight.
DEA revokes license of drug distributor over opioid crisis failures
The DEA acknowledged that the time it took to issue its final decision was "longer than typical for the agency."
Family of employee found dead in walk-in freezer sues Arby's franchise
The suit alleges the restaurant had knowledge of an extremely dangerous condition at its restaurant since at least August 2022.
Parents charged after 7 kids found in home with rats, lock on fridge
The home was littered with garbage and feces. All seven children were found in poor health.
California man wins $1 million during gas station coffee run
His gut told him to buy a $10 scratch-off ticket.