Henry Ford Health Defends Study, Shows Hydroxychloroquine Can Reduce Death RatesHenry Ford Health System is defending its hydroxychloroquine study showing the drug does help lower the death rates among Covid-19 patients.
Judge Sentences Ex-MSU Coach To Jail In Nassar-Related CaseA former Michigan State University head gymnastics coach was sentenced Tuesday to 90 days in jail for lying to police during an investigation into ex-Olympic and university doctor Larry Nassar.
Ford CEO Hackett To Retire, COO Jim Farley To Lead AutomakerJust after the change was announced Tuesday morning, Ford shares rose 2% to $6.84 in premarket trading.
Secretary Of State Jocelyn Benson: Mail-In Ballots At Record Numbers, Could Slow CountsThe August 2020 primary is keeping clerks busy election night after being slammed with large shipment of mail-in ballots.
Midland-Area Dam Operators File For Bankruptcy ProtectionTwo companies that own or operate dams that failed in the Midland area have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, which would allow them to reorganize their finances.
Ex-UAW Chief Says GM Bribery Claims Are 'Utterly Baseless'Former United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger is denying claims by General Motors that he took bribes paid into foreign bank accounts by Fiat Chrysler in order to stick GM with higher labor costs.
Detroit Lions: Matthew Stafford Had 'False Positive' Covid-19 TestThe Detroit Lions' quarterback, Matthew Stafford is now off the reserve/Covid-19 list and onto the active roster as of Tuesday due to a "false positive" test result.
August Primary 2020: Here's A Look At In-Person Voting In DetroitDown in Midtown, CW50's Cryss Walker shows voters dropping off their absentee ballots while others maintain social distancing for in-person voting.
'Squad' Member Tlaib Faces Test In Michigan Primary“Squad” member Rashida Tlaib is trying to fend off a serious challenge for her House seat in Michigan's primary on Tuesday, in a rematch with the woman she narrowly defeated two years ago.
Bloomfield Hills Police Sergeant Dies From Heart Attack Hours After Cutting, Removing Large TreeA Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Safety sergeant died Sunday night from a heart attack hours after cutting and removing a large tree, according to the department. 
Many Michigan Residents Still Vote In-Person For PrimaryMore than 1 million Michigan voters have cast absentee ballots in the state’s primary election. But there were still those who chose to vote in-person on Tuesday, including Irma Ramirez.