Pizza Entrepreneur Charged With Fraud In Virus Loan ProgramA Detroit-area pizza entrepreneur was charged with fraud Thursday in seeking more than $900,000 in government-backed loans during the coronavirus pandemic.
Saginaw Valley State Campus Closed Amid Public Safety ResponseEarly Friday, the school tweeted that the campus would be closed for the day.
Obama Building Brings Affordable Housing, Retail To Detroit's Old Redford NeighborhoodThe $3.6 million renovation of the building at Grand River Avenue and Lahser Road will bring four affordable, loft apartments and 8,800 square feet of retail space to the corner and serve as a new gateway for the neighborhood’s main commercial corridor.
Beaumont Health To Give Full-Time Employees $1K Bonus, Raise Minimum WageBeaumont Health will compensate employees for their work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hospital Leaders Sound Alarms; Detroit To Keep Students HomeHospital leaders warned Thursday that more than 3,000 people are hospitalized with the coronavirus in Michigan, a rate that is doubling every two weeks and is expected to soon top the spring peak of about 4,000.
Henry Ford Health Systems Issues Temporary Visitor Restrictions Due To Coronavirus SurgeHenry Ford Health Systems says the visitor restriction policy is not the same at each facility. Here's everything you need to know.
MDOT Releases List Of Weekend Construction In Metro DetroitMDOT says weather affects all work and may cause delays or cancellations.
500 Families Served During Free Community Food GiveawayChandler Park Academy School District's partnership with Forgotten Harvest served 500 families in the Harper Woods community with a free food giveaway.
MDOT: Lane, Ramp Closures Scheduled For I-75 Starting FridayThe Michigan Department of Transportation contracting crews are making progress on opening all freeway lanes on the I-75 modernization project in Oakland County.
Unemployment Update: New Michigan Jobless Claims Down SlightlyUnemployment claims in Michigan are declining slowly over the course of the ongoing pandemic.
Detroit Man Charged In Ferndale 7-Eleven Armed RobberyA Detroit man has been charged after robbing a 7-Eleven in Ferndale and then committing a series of armed robberies at other 7-Eleven stores, according to police.
Lawyers Clash Over Integrity Of Election In DetroitAn attorney urged a judge Wednesday to allow Detroit-area election officials to certify the Nov. 3 results, saying any halt would empower the "right-wing fire” trying to cast doubt on the outcome.
Detroit Police Investigating Triple Non-Fatal Shooing OvernightThe Detroit Police Department is investigating a triple non-fatal shooting that happened overnight.
Detroit Public Schools Suspends In-Person Learning Due To Rise In Coronavirus CasesThe Detroit Public School District announced Thursday it is shifting to online learning starting Monday, Nov. 16 due to the rise in coronavirus cases. The suspension of face to face learning will continue until January 11.
Laptop To Go: Detroit Public Library Will Allow Adults To Rent Computers For 90 DaysThe Detroit Public Library is now offering a free laptop renting program for adults.