Deb Hipp is a freelance writer who lives in Kansas City, Missouri. Deb is a journalist and former investigative reporter for New Times media and also worked as a courthouse reporter covering civil lawsuits for Courthouse News Service. She writes about a wide range of topics including legal, personal finance, real estate, moving, lifestyle and health and wellness. When Deb isn’t writing for us, she’s hanging out with her rescue dogs at the dog park, traveling or cheering on the Kansas City Royals to their next World Series win.
Detroit, Michigan: Even though a federal judge granted approval of a $6.5 million settlement in a labor violations class action involving Deja Vu nightclubs, payment to class members will be delayed until the appeal is resolved.