Delta Airlines Cancels China FlightsDelta Airlines decision last week suspending flights to China over virus concerns is taking a toll at Metro Airport.
Breaking News: CDC Confirms First Case Of Mysterious New Virus In The U.S.Today, breaking news updates on the mysterious new virus making headlines around the world and already infecting hundreds in China.  Dr. Oz and his experts bring you the most up-to-date information, including what we know about the first U.S. case confirmed by the CDC.
University Tells Students Not To Use Social Media Apps In ChinaStudents and faculty at the University of California (UC) have been warned against using social media apps while visiting China.
Michigan Matters: Chinese Trade Friction Impacting Michigan FirmsAs Washington and Beijing battle over trade with talk of tariffs and tough words, some Michigan companies and farmers are caught up in the crossfire.
China Will Allow Foreign Ownership Allowing More US Automakers In MarketFacing the risk of a trade fight with the United States, China announced plans Tuesday to allow full foreign ownership of automakers in five years.
'Michigan Matters' Spotlight: EMU's President Talks Race, Athletics & TalentJames M. Smith appeared on "Michigan Matters" and talked about challenges and opportunities before his institution which is one of  15 public colleges and universities in the state.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Building Bridges To ChinaHong Lei, Consul General of China's Chicago office which covers the Midwest including Michigan, talks about the importance of the Great Lakes state on "Michigan Matters" airing this Sunday.
Michigan Agriculture Director To Lead Trade Trip To ChinaStops are planned in Shanghai and Shenzhen.
Macomb County Auto Supplier Celebrates Purchase By Chinese Company"I keep being asked how many jobs we will lose, not a damn one," said Kirk Goins, the CEO of Paslin.
Ask An Expert: How To Visit China On A BudgetCecilia Minges lived as an expat in Shanghai, China for four years.
State Board Approves $5 Million For Chinese Trade CenterA state board has unanimously approved a $5 million grant to be dispensed over the next five years to encourage Chinese companies to invest in Michigan.