A Detroit assault case against Trey Songz is heading to trial court after the singer waived a key hearing.
Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson, appeared by video on Friday in 36th District Court. He was charged in December after authorities said he threw microphones and speakers from the stage during a performance at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena.
Prosecutors say someone was struck in the head by an object and an officer was punched.
Songz, of Virginia, was arrested after the incident. The 32-year-old faces charges of aggravated assault and assaulting a police officer.
Police have said Songz became upset after he was told to end his concert and leave the stage at 11:30 p.m. His next court date is Feb. 24, and he's free on bond.
'The Rock' joins critics of Under Armour CEO's Trump remarks
Actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and professional ballerina Misty Copeland have joined basketball star Stephen Curry in criticizing the CEO of sports apparel company Under Armour for praising President Donald Trump.
Kevin Plank, the CEO of Baltimore-based Under Armour, called Trump "an asset to the country" in an interview with CNBC this week. The company later issued a statement saying it engages in "policy, not politics."
Under Armour sponsors Johnson, Copeland and Curry, who plays for the Golden State Warriors. Johnson sent out a statement on social media on Thursday saying Plank's words "were divisive and lacking in perspective."
Copeland wrote in an Instagram post she was so concerned about Plank's comments that she spoke to him directly.
None of the three has severed ties with the company.
AP Source: Macklemore didn't submit latest album to Grammys
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, the mainstream rap duo that swept the rap Grammys in 2014 and received backlash after besting Kendrick Lamar, didn't submit their latest album for contention at the 2017 Grammy Awards.
A person close to the nomination process, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the person was not allowed to publicly talk about the topic, said Macklemore & Lewis didn't submit "This Unruly Mess I Made" when submissions were due last September.
The album, the group's second, was released last February. Like Macklemore & Lewis, Frank Ocean also didn't submit his two latest albums for Grammys.
Representatives for the rap group and the Grammys, which will be presented Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, didn't immediately reply to emails seeking comment.
In 2014, Macklemore & Lewis won best rap album for their multiplatinum debut, "The Heist"; best rap song and rap performance for the crossover pop hit, "Thrift Shop"; and best new artist.
Penn State puts stop to fraternity parties serving alcohol
Penn State has indefinitely halted fraternity and sorority parties where alcohol is available because of a student's recent death and what the school calls growing allegations of hazing, sexual assault and other misconduct.
The university announced Wednesday that Damon Sims, its vice president for student affairs, and the Penn State Interfraternity Council acted jointly to stop all alcohol-related social activities "until further notice."
The decision followed the death Saturday of Timothy Piazza, 19, of Lebanon, New Jersey.
Investigators said Beta Theta Pi fraternity members told them Piazza, a sophomore, was intoxicated when Piazza fell down a stairwell during a party late Thursday night.
Police said members of the fraternity didn't call for help until about 12 hours later. The fraternity has been suspended.
Penn State said Sims told fraternity leaders the moratorium will remain until they agree to change their policies and practices.
The alcohol moratorium at the privately owned chapter houses on the main campus in State College will be enforced by spot checks of public areas by university officials and the Interfraternity Council.