I-69 Rebuilding In St. Clair County Starts April 12I-69 traffic will be maintained with single-lane closures and traffic shifts. Here's what to know.
Student Athlete Advocacy Group Files Lawsuit Over COVID Testing RequirementsLet Them Play Inc. has been at the forefront of restoring high school sports in the wake of the pandemic and now the group hurdling through another legal battle.
Delta Cancels About 100 Flights, Opens Some Middle SeatsDelta Air Lines canceled about 100 flights Sunday due to staff shortages, and it opened up middle seats a month earlier than expected in order to carry more passengers.
All Michigan Residents Ages 16 And Up Eligible For COVID-19 VaccineAll people ages 16 and older in Michigan became eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.
Michigan’s Top Court Sides With Dad In Parental Rights CaseThe Michigan Supreme Court unanimously overturned the decisions of a Kalamazoo-area judge who terminated the parental rights of a poor couple after their two children had missed 25% of school.
Georgia Man Charged In Fatal Shooting Of 29-Year-Old Detroit ManA Georgia man has been charged in connection to a shooting that killed a 29-year-old Detroit man.
Here's A List Of Pop Up COVID-19 Testing Sites In Michigan This WeekIn efforts to make testing easier for travelers, the state is offering multiple pop-up sites located throughout Michigan as part of the special testing program.
Michigan Gets Surge Of Calls From Domestic Violence VictimsMichigan is facing another public health threat on top of COVID-19: soaring domestic violence cases.
Southfield Plans Memorial, Vigil For COVID-19 VictimsResidents can submit by May 3 the names, brief biographies and photos of those they wish to be honored in an online memorial and at the vigil.
Canton Township Hosts Easter Bunny Express Neighborhood VisitTo celebrate Easter approaching, Canton Leisure Services recently coordinated a special Easter Bunny Express event in cooperation with St. Thomas a’Becket Church and Canton Public Safety that visited two Canton neighborhoods spreading spring cheer.
Michigan Matters: Online Sports Betting, Gambling Takes State by StormSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Richard Kalm, Executive Director of the Michigan Gaming Control Board, about legalized online sports betting and gambling which is new to our state; Matt Schoch, a journalist who covers the industry for PlayMichigan, and Elisa Richardson, spokeswoman for BetMGM.
Community Easter Hunt Honors Memory Of Slain TeenIf you’re looking for some family fun this weekend two events are happening in memory of a late teen.
Officials: Travel Numbers Rising At Western Michigan AirportThe numbers of people using a western Michigan airport are approaching levels prior to the start of restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Whitmer Announces New Vaccine Site In Oakland CountyGovernor Gretchen Whitmer announced a new community vaccine site Friday in Oakland County.
Michigan Board Censures GOP Regent For ‘Witches’ CommentThe University of Michigan’s governing board on Friday censured a Republican regent who called the state’s female Democratic leaders “witches” whom the GOP would prepare for a “burning at the stake” in the 2022 election.