United Airlines Is Expanding Cleaning Services On Its FlightsIt plans to extend that practice to its entire mainline and express fleets by the end of the year.
U.S. Labor Department: 17,392 Unemployment Claims Were Filed In Michigan Last WeekIn Michigan roughly 17,000 claims were filed last week.
Detroit Country Day School Moves To Virtual Learning After 'A Number Of Positive COVID-19 Cases' All athletics competitions and practices will be canceled until further notice and classes will be moved to a remote learning platform starting Monday.
48214 Cares Helps Residents In NeedA helping hand is just a call away for residents having a hard time on Detroit’s east side. Here's everything you need to know.
Ford To Add 300 Jobs At New Dearborn Plant, Build Electric TruckFord says it will add 300 jobs at a new factory that's being built to assemble batteries and manufacture an electric version of the F-150 pickup truck.
Man Who Shot Michigan Deputy Kills Himself, Ending StandoffA man accused of shooting a Michigan sheriff's deputy killed himself inside his home, ending an hourslong standoff with police, authorities said.
Novi High School Forced To Finish Week Virtually Due To 5 Students Testing Positive For Covid-19In person classes here at Novi High School just started a little over a week ago, but now the remainder of this week will be virtual only, due to five students testing positive for Covid-19.
Graduate Students Who Teach End Strike At University Of MichiganGraduate students who teach at the University of Michigan returned to classes Thursday after voting to end a strike.
UofM President Mark Schlissel Narrowly Avoids A No-Confidence VoteThe University of Michigan faculty senate held a vote today concerning the leadership of President Mark Schlissel.
2-Month-Old Baby Becomes Youngest Covid-19 Victim In MichiganA spokesperson for the MDHHS says the death of the 2-month-old, "is a sad reminder that children are not immune from COVID-19."
Here's A List Of Bills Gov. Whitmer Signed Into Law ThursdayGov. Gretchen Whitmer signed multiple House and Senate Bills into law Thursday. Here's a closer look at them.