Ford, One of Many Automakers Under Investigation Over Use of Recalled Takata Airbag InflatorsFord is just one automaker also facing an investigation tonight overuse of Takata airbag inflators.
Ford’s Flat Rock Plant Returns To Full Production After Gas LeakProduction is back in full swing tonight at ford's flat rock plant- less than a month after a gas leak there forced 1,200 families from their homes.
African World Festival Vendors in Detroit Told To Pack Up Over Permit IssuesA community organizer is speaking out tonight after he was forced to shut down the African World Festival over the weekend.
President Biden To Ease Travel Restrictions, But Will Have To Wait Until November, Including Canada and MexicoPresident Biden is easing travel restrictions and will allow foreigners to visit the US starting in November, all they need is proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test.
Officials look for answers in the killing of Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputy, Devante JonesOfficals are asking for anyone to come forward with information on the shooting death of 23-year-old, Devante Jones, a Wayne County Sheriff's Deputy who was shot earlier Monday morning.
Michigan Reports 7,185 New COVID-19 Cases, 35 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Detroit Academy Of Arts & Sciences Doing Home Visits In Hopes Of Finding Students Missing From The ClassroomConcerned with extremely low attendance, staff at the Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences beginning to make house calls to families of students missing from class. They want to ensure the well being of students and make sure they are receiving some sort of education.
MDOT: Final Adopt-A-Highway Cleanup Of 2021 Starts September 25The Michigan Department of Transportation announced that thousands of volunteers will participate in the final Adopt-A-Highway program of the year, which will be happening from Sept. 25 to Oct. 3.
Invasive Species Found After Mid-Michigan Dam FailuresWhen the Tittabawassee River roared through after last year’s dam failures, it brought with it a flood of invasive species.
Recall Effort Launched In Alma After Migrant Housing VoteThree officials in a mid-Michigan community are being targeted for recall after voting in favor of a zoning change that would allow housing for young migrant boys who crossed the U.S. border.
Virus Concerns Prompt Cancellation Of Annual Fort FrightA popular Halloween-themed event held annually in northern Michigan has been canceled this fall due to concerns over the coronavirus that include the rising number of cases of the Delta variant in the area.
FBI Investigates 2 Bombs Found Near Northern Michigan StoresThe FBI said two explosive devices recently found outside cellphone stores in northern Michigan are believed to be linked to letters found last month in the Upper Peninsula.
Application Period Open For Detroit Business Grant ProgramApplications are being accepted for the latest round in a program that awards competitive grants and other resources to entrepreneurs in Detroit.
Michigan Matters: From Mackinac to Motor Bella, Major Events ReturnMotor Bella is making its debut at the M1 Concourse this coming week as Detroit Auto Dealers Association's Executive Director Rod Alberts and the facility’s CEO Timothy McGrane talked about on “Michigan Matters” airing 8 a.m. this Sunday on CBS 62.
Rolling Stone Magazine Named ‘Respect’ #1 Song Of All TimeThe Queen of Soul and Detroit native Aretha Franklin's song "respect" has now been named the number one song of all time.