Top 5 Stories you Missed While You Were Sleeping

20 Year Old Man Sues Dicks & Walmart For New Age Restriction on Fire Arms: A man filed suit against the two retailers when the businesses refused to sell him a rifle due to his age. Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods implemented a new age requirement of 21 for the purchase of firearms in wake of the Florida high school shooting. The Oregon man claims its age discrimination appose to a safety precaution.

Houston’s Restaurant Buckhead, Atlanta Location is Closing: Only a few days after Rapper T.I announced his lift of the boycott against Houston’s, a spokesperson released a statement that the restaurant will close by at the end of the month. The announcement states the boycott had nothing to do with the closure but because it could not reach a long-term agreement with the location owner.

Lawmakers Attempt to Compromise with West Virginia Teachers to End Strike: After 9 consecutive days of the West Virginia teachers strike, a legislature conference committee will attempt to come to a resolution. Republican State Sen. Ryan Ferns proposed a compromise to return students to class.

Stevie J Sentenced to Prison Time for Skipping Out on Over $1 Million Worth of Child Support: “Love and Hip Hop” star Stevie J will have to turn himself in by April 10 for neglecting to pay over $1 million in child support debt.

Terry Crews Agrees to Take a Mental Health Exam in Relation to Sexual Assault Lawsuit: Terry Crews agrees to be mentally evaluated for sexual assault lawsuit against WME’s Adam Veint. Veint’s lawyer filed a stipulation in Crew’s lawsuit for him to take a 7 hour mental examination.


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