Michigan Lottery Results For Thursday, January 14, 2021These Michigan lotteries were drawn Thursday, January 14, 2021.
Hypnotherapy Effective Way To Reduce Stress, Kick Bad Habits And Alter Negative ThoughtsA local counselor is working to help people relieve stress levels in the pandemic.
Michigan College & Pro Basketball Teams Postponed Games Due To COVID-19Michigan's college and professional basketball teams have postponed this week's games due to COVID-19.
Detroit Casinos Partial Reopening Starting FridayDetroit casinos are hopeful for a partial reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Unemployment Rises Across US and In Michigan965,00 people filed for unemployment benefits last week, according to the labor department.
Two Michigan GOP Lawmakers Joined Democrats In Voting In Favor of Impeaching President TrumpTwo Republican Michigan congressmen voted in favor of the second impeachment of president trump.
Nine Former Michigan Officials Including Rick Snyder Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter And Other ChargesNine officials were hit with new charges this morning tied to the flint water crisis including former Michigan governor Rick Snyder.
Johnson & Johnson Close To Release Of Their COVID-19 VaccineResearchers say Johnson and Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine generates a durable immune response with minimal side effects.
Unique Outdoor Dining Experience Coming To Mexican Town Will Resemble LuminariasOn Thursday installation began on the first of 15 unique outdoor dining spaces that resembles Luminarias. They will be placed at 3 different restaurants in Mexican town.
Apple Plans To Open Tech Development School In Detroit This YearApple CEO Tim Cook announced plans to open a tech development school in Detroit this year.
Former Michigan Governor, Rick Snyder, Charged In Flint Water CrisisFormer Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder was charged Wednesday with willful neglect of duty after an investigation of ruinous decisions that left Flint with lead-contaminated water and a regional outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.
MSP Provides Warning Signs For Terrorism Or Suspicious ActivityMichigan State Police say all Michiganders can be on the lookout for terrorism or suspicious activity.
All Air Travelers Will Need Negative COVID-19 Test Enter U.S.The new rules go into effect on Jan. 26 under an order signed by the CDC.
Dine-In Resumes Feb. 1, Group Exercise And Non-Contact Sports Back ThursdayBars and restaurants will soon be welcoming patrons back. Wednesday Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced that in-door dining could resume Feb. 1.
Michigan Republican Congressman Explains His Vote For Impeachment: 'There Must Be Accountability'Rep. Peter Meijer, one of just 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach President Donald Trump, explained his vote Wednesday evening as a step toward "accountability" following the President's response to last week's US Capitol insurrection.