Michigan GOP Backtracks After Blocking Vote CertificationA bipartisan panel in Michigan's largest county unanimously certified its presidential results on Tuesday night, a stunning reversal hours after Republicans had temporarily blocked certification based on dubious claims of voting irregularities in Detroit.
Home Depot Is Boosting Hourly WagesThe housing market is booming. That's great news for Home Depot -- and its workers.
Users Can Now Get Their Prescriptions Filled By AmazonThe company says it won't ship medications that can be abused.
Henry Ford Doctor Says Latest News From Moderna On Coronavirus Vaccine Is PromisingA Henry Ford doctor says the latest news from Moderna on its coronavirus vaccine is promising.
AG Nessel: Michigan's Elections Have Been Fair And Transparent, It Is Time To Set The Politics AsideMichigan's Attorney General is pushing back against a Republican le\d subpoena against the State's Bureau of Elections.
Restaurants Sue To Try To Stop New Whitmer Ban On DiningJust hours before another shutdown, a Michigan restaurant association sued Tuesday to try to stop a ban on indoor dining, attacking the latest restrictions from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's administration in response to a wave of coronavirus cases.
Roseville Police Investigate Shooting In Walmart Parking LotThe Roseville Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place in a Walmart parking lot that left one woman injured. 
Michigan Court Rejects Appeal Over Counting BallotsAn effort to stop the certification of Detroit-area votes from the Nov. 3 election was rejected Monday by the Michigan appeals court.
Michigan Woman Who Killed Abusive Husband Freed From PrisonTina Talbot, 53, was eligible for parole after serving her minimum sentence.
Prosecutor's Office: Man Charged In Detroit Fatal ShootingA Detroit man has been charged in a fatal shooting of 22-year-old Catrina Griffin, according to police.
City Of Detroit Announces Steps To Protect Detroiters During COVID SurgeAt a news briefing Monday, Mayor Mike Duggan and Chief Public Health Officer Denise Fair outlined steps to protect Detroiters and ensure compliance of a new three-week emergency order from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Expert: Woman Who Died In Jail Likely Had Alcohol WithdrawalA woman who died at a Harper Woods jail likely suffered from alcohol withdrawal, an expert said, disagreeing with a report that blamed heart problems.
Detroit Medical Center Issues Temporary Visitor Restrictions As Coronavirus Cases RiseThe Detroit Medical Center has set in place temporary visitor restrictions as as coronavirus cases continue to rise in the state.
Ex-Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith Has Been Hospitalized, Exhibiting 'Severe' Coronavirus Symptoms, Attorneys SayFormer Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith has been hospitalized and is exhibiting "severe symptoms" of the coronavirus disease, according to his attorneys which has delayed his plea hearing.
Pfizer Plans Vaccine Distribution In KalamazooPfizer pharmaceuticals released surprisingly positive preliminary data about its experimental coronavirus vaccine this week.