First there was dial-up, then there was DSL and broadband. What will be next? You could probably ask some students at Flint's Kettering University.
President Obama's administration has asked the university to help develop the future of the internet.
Here's something you don't get a chance to do every day. Kettering University's Interfraternity Council is hosting a 100-person tomato fight at 10:30 Saturday morning in the field behind the Kettering Recreation Center. Rotten tomatoes, donated by vendors from the Flint Farmer's Market will be thrown at opposing participants. A $5 entry fee will be charged to raise money to replace flood-damage