More Retailers Are Closed On Thanksgiving This YearThe pandemic has transformed the holiday shopping season. Another major difference this year: People planning to shop on Thanksgiving will have fewer options than they have had in the past.
Green Energy Advocate To Head State Utility RegulatorGov. Gretchen Whitmer has appointed a northern Michigan man to the agency that regulates utilities.
$25 Credit Available To Some Who Lost Power In MichiganSome people who lost power in the ice storm may be eligible for a small credit.
Retailers Push Early Holiday SalesRetailers are hoping to increase sales well before Black Friday - the traditional start of the holiday shopping season.
Gas Leak Likely Sparked Warren House ExplosionA massive home explosion shook a neighborhood in Warren Friday afternoon.
GM Offering Some Buyers Free InsuranceGM is making an interesting offer to car buyers in two western states. But a car, get a years worth of free insurance.
Food Safety Tips When Handling EggsThe Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development reminds consumers to take some simple steps this Easter to ensure safe egg handling and minimize food safety risks.
What's Your Beef? BBB Says More Folks Irked In 2010Consumers filed 1.1 million complaints against North American businesses in 2010, reflecting a ten percent increase over the previous year.
Thousands Statewide Without Power Because Of StormMore than 80-thousand homes and businesses were without power in Southern Michigan because of the snow and ice storm that pounded the state.
Johnson & Johnson Recalls CapletsHealth care giant Johnson & Johnson is announcing another product recall, this one involving some Children's Benadryl Allergy Fastmelt Tablets and Junior Strength Motrin Caplets.
Economy Loses Speed In Spring; More Weakness Ahead