Michigan Matters: Bill Ford On Pandemic, Trump's Visit, Social InjusticeAs Bill Ford, Executive Chairman of the auto giant, continues to deal with the pandemic, he took time out to talk with Carol Cain, Trump visited Ford two weeks ago and CBS 62 was invited to join the presidential motorcade.
J.C Penney to Close 3 Michigan StoresThe last couple of years hasn't been good for some retailers. J.C. Penney has had a rough time trying to tread water in what has been a stormy retail environment for some time.
Governor Whitmer Apologizes for Suggesting People Google How to Cut HairIn a phone interview on the Mojo In The Morning radio show, Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued an apology to hairstylists and barbers suggesting people can Google on how to cut their own hair.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Here's An Updated List Of Positive Cases, DeathsHere's a list of the positive cases, including 5,595 deaths, in the state as of Thursday afternoon. 38,099 people in Michigan have recovered from the coronavirus as of May 29.
Michigan's State Parks to Open CampgroundsFor those who want to pack up the RV or their tents to camp in Michigan's State Parks, there is some good news!
Ypsilanti Businesses Get Approval to Use Sidewalks and StreetsWith the shutting down of restaurants and other businesses from COVID-19, an idea is catching on nationwide to help jumpstart businesses in downtown districts amid social distancing guidelines.
Hopcat's Parent Company Files for Bankruptcy - Warning More to ComeBarFly Ventures, the company that owns the Hopcat restaurant chain has filed for bankruptcy. The chain that is known for its extensive list of craft brews and their famous "Cosmik Fries".
Somerset Collection Mall to ReopenThe Somerset Collection Mall in Troy is set to reopen Thursday, June 4th according to their website.
Oakland and Macomb County Pools Are ReopeningWith Governor Whitmer taking steps to reopen Michigan, residents in Oakland and Macomb counties will be able to get their feet wet once again in public pools.
ICYMI: Here's Gov. Whitmer's Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Thursday providing updates on the state's response to COVID-19. Here's what you need to know.
Michigan Is In Phase 4 Of Gov. Whitmer's 6 Phase Plan To Reopen The StateHere's a detailed look at Gov. Whitmer's six phase plan to reopen Michigan. The governor says the state is now in phase four.
Here's A Daily List Of Coronavirus Cases From Henry Ford Health SystemHenry Ford Health System is providing a daily advisory chronicling the latest developments in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's an updated list of positive cases.
New Michigan Marijuana Regulations Announced Amid Pandemic There are new regulations for marijuana licensees to follow in accordance with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's executive orders according to the Marijuana Regulatory Agency. Here's what you need to know.
Michigan Matters: Young Folks Weigh In On PandemicAs COVID-19 takes its toll on our region and causes more damage than any other crisis in 100 years, young adults are being impacted as their families, communities, schools and the potential job market have all changed overnight.
Swimming Pools Ordered Closed By SE Michigan Health GroupsThe Orders Are Issued Under The Michigan Public Health Code To Safeguard Southeast Michigan Residents From The Spread Of Coronavirus
Michigan Among 38 States Urging Congress For Internet Access To All CitizensWith Health Experts Warning Of A Potential Second Wave Of Coronavirus, It Is Critical That Congress Act To Ensure All Americans Have Internet Connectivity
Appearing "Suspicious" Or Covering Mouth A Real Fear For Some During PandemicThere is no criminal penalty for not wearing a face mask in public in Michigan, but businesses and venues can refuse people entry for it
NASCAR Champ Busch Supports Mandatory Masks For AdmissionKyle Busch says he supports wearing a mask in public so "we all can take care of our neighbor" amid the coronavirus pandemic, a rare instance of the two-time NASCAR champion wading into a social issue.
DNA Companies Ask Customers How The Coronavirus Effected ThemGenealogy companies like Ancestry and 23andMe are doing their own Covid-19 research.
Stay Home Stay Safe Has Spawned New Batch Of Guinness World RecordsFrom sock feats to fancy footwork using rolls of toilet paper, records are still being set even with many sports on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
53-Year-Old-Tortoise Homeless After Owner Dies Of VirusShe loves fruit salad and dandelions, attention from people and time outside. And at 53, she may just be the oldest animal that MSPCA-Angell in Boston has ever been charged with adopting into a new home.
Trump Tees It Up For First Time Since COVID-19 LockdownTrumps return to the course was the latest sign that he wants the country back to pre-outbreak times, even as the U.S. death toll from the virus nears 100,000, twice what he once predicted it would be.
How To Lower Your Coronavirus Risk When Eating Out: Advice From An ExpertNow that some restaurants and bars are reopening to the public, it's important to realize that eating out can definitely increase your risk of exposure to the new coronavirus.
1st US Professional Sport To Welcome Fans, Possibly Bull RidingOne of the first professional athletic sports to allow spectators to attend as states gradually lift restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus is known for its wild, dangerous action: bull riding.
Michigan Matters: Macomb Ratchets Up Its COVID ResponseOn this week's Michigan Matters, General Motors is looking to bring their idled auto plants –sidelined by the COVID-19 crisis -- back to life in phases said Gerald Johnson, Executive Vice President of Global Manufacturing.
Ford Plants Shutdown: 3 Employees At Dearborn, Chicago Plants Test Positive For Covid-19Ford Motor Company's Dearborn and Chicago plants are temporarily shutdown after workers test positive for Covid-19.
Michigan's April Unemployment Rate Skyrockets To 22.7%Michigan's unemployment rate rocketed in April, likely setting an all-time high at 22.7%, as coronavirus restrictions shut down businesses and put people out of work.
Faster Horses Music Festival Joins List Of Canceled Michigan Shows This YearMichigan’s Summer Events Continue To Be Swept Away By The COVID-19 Pandemic
Billy Joel Postpones His First Ever Comerica Park Concert For One YearThe last time Joel performed a stadium show in the area was in 1994 when he was in concert at the Pontiac Silverdome with Elton John
Coronavirus Concerns Park 2020 Dream Cruise PlansThe Dream Cruise is one of the Mid-West's largest car shows. Drawing easily over a million spectators cruising, partying, and enjoying everything about car culture that made the Motor City what is. That is why on May 18th the City of Birmingham enacted a resolution requesting the cancelation of the Dream Cruise for 2020.