Jazz Icon Dave Brubeck's Last Solo Recordings To Be ReleasedVerve Records announced last week that "Lullabies", a collection of intimate standards often played for children, will be available Nov. 6
Former President Jimmy Carter Celebrates 96th Birthday At Home In Plains, GeorgiaThe latest milestone for the longest-lived of the 44 men to hold the highest American office.
$500 Million Released For 'MI Clean Water' Infrastructure Plan"The MI Clean Water investment will help us rebuild Michigan's water infrastructure and will prioritize and invest directly into protecting our public health, environment, and economy"
Country Singer/Songwriter Mac Davis Dies at 78Davis, whose family announced earlier this week that he was critically ill following heart surgery, was surrounded by his wife Lise and their three sons when he died.
Seagram's Liquor Heir To Be Sentenced In Sex Slave Pyramid SchemeClare Bronfman admitted in a guilty plea last year that she harbored someone who was living in the U.S. illegally for unpaid "labor and services" and that she committed credit card fraud.
'I Am Woman' Singer Helen Reddy Dies at 78Reddy's death comes less than three weeks after the release of a biopic about her life called "I Am Woman."
Lake Michigan Drownings Surge To New Record High In 2020Drownings in Lake Michigan have reached record levels with at least 53 people dead so far this year, according to a water safety advocacy group.
With Air Travel Down, Airline Workers Brace For Mass LayoffsThe four largest U.S. airlines — Delta, United, American and Southwest — together lost $10 billion in the second quarter alone.
Walt Disney Co. To Lay Off 28,000 Workers At Its Parks In California And FloridaTwo-thirds of the planned layoffs involve part-time workers but they ranged from salaried employees to hourly workers, Disney officials said.
Macomb County Reaches $12.5M Deal With Insurer Over The Fraser SinkholeThe sinkhole in Fraser was approximately the size of a football field. Three nearby homes were condemned, including two that were demolished.
Sixty-Five Years After The Fateful Crash, A Large Piece Of James Dean's Porsche Has SurfacedThis assembly may be the only documented and provable part of the James Dean Spyder known to still exist, and it is certainly the only part anyone may be able to see publicly.
New Year's Eve Celebration In Times Square Scaled Down, Will Incorporate Virtual ElementsA virtual experience will be created to allow people to take part in the countdown to 2021 from wherever they are, organizers said.
3 Railroad Workers Suspended For Creating 'Man Cave' Under Grand Central TerminalThree Metro-North employees — a wireman, a carpenter foreman and an electrical foreman — were suspended without pay pending disciplinary hearings.
Michigan Legislature May Ease Processing Of Ballots To Help Avoid DelaysA record 2.4 million people had requested absentee ballots as of Monday, which is quadruple the number of requests during the same period in 2016.
Elton John Announces New North American Dates For "Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour"The pop icon announced Wednesday that his "Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour" will return to North America on Jan. 19, 2022, in New Orleans.