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How the new income-based repayment plan for federal student loans would work
Your federal student loan officer will start expecting payments from you in January.
The federal government student loan repayment pause that was issued during the pandemic is set to expire at the end of December. Americans in student loan debt are expected to resume payments in January.
President Joe Biden announced a new income-based repayment plan for borrowers on Wednesday and explained how it changes the current system.
Here’s what that plan looks like.
Judge again orders accused Oxford shooter to stay in Oakland County Jail
The alleged Oxford High School shooter appeared in court virtually Thursday morning for a hearing confirming his placement in the Oakland County Jail, where he is awaiting trial for the November 30 fatal shooting.
Learn more here.
Garden City man uses ‘truth or dare’ blackmail to get girls to perform sex acts on themselves, family and pets
A criminal complaint has revealed that a Garden City man used ‘truth or dare’ games on Snapchat to receive nude images of young girls, then blackmailed them with those images to force them to engage in sex acts on themselves, their siblings and their pets.
Read the report here.
Remembering Aaliyah, Detroit’s “Babygirl”, 21 Years After Her Death
Thursday marks 21 years since Aaliyah’s death, but her legacy is not forgotten.
Aaliyah, also known as “Babygirl” or the “Princess of R&B”, was one of music and entertainment’s biggest stars at the time of her tragic and untimely death in 2001.
Last year, on the 20th anniversary of Aaliyah’s death, Local 4’s Karen Drew spent months interviewing some of the people closest to her.
Watch the tribute here.
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