Former Lions Players Donate Food Boxes In DetroitDetroit City Councilman Andre Spivey and former Detroit Lions players Calvin Johnson and Rob Sims took part in an effort Monday to get food in the hands of those in need just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Detroit Restaurant Owner Hopes Carry-Outs Will Carry Business OverLe Culture Café went from a three month waiting list for the dine in experience to being shut down for nine months and two weeks after re-opening the owner was forced to close the doors for a second time.
WSU Conducts Plasma Trial For Covid TreatmentResearchers at Wayne State University are studying the benefits of treating covid patients with the plasma of covid survivors in hopes that the antibodies in the fluid will help fight the virus.
New App Tracks Michigan Covid CasesIf you want to keep up with coronavirus contact tracing in Michigan, there’s an app for that.
Debt Collectors Could Contact You Through Social Media, TextAs if calls from debt collectors isn’t already a hassle, imagine them tracking you down on social media. Well a new rule will allow creditors to do just that, turning your DM into a bin for bills.
Secretary Benson: Michigan’s Count Can Be TrustedOver five million votes were cast in Michigan. Roughly three million were absentee and as the tallies pour in from Michigan’s 83 counties, Secretary Jocelyn Benson says every vote is valid and accurate.
Political Analysts Weigh-In On Michigan’s Role For The White HouseWith President Donald Trump sealing the lid of his campaign Monday night in Grand Rapids and Senator Kamala Harris bringing the Biden team to Detroit on election day, it’s clear to see that both campaigns are pulling out the gloves for the battleground state in hopes that a win for Michigan means a win for the White House.
S.O.S. Ensures Election Security, AccuracyTwo-point-nine million absentee ballots have already been returned and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is predicting a large voter turn-out of two-million people showing up to the polls to cast their ballots on Election Day.
SOS, Attorney General Appealing Injunction On Election Day Open CarryMichigan Secretary Of State Jocelyn Benson is not going down without a fight, the state's chief election officer and Attorney General Dana Nessel filed an emergency hearing with the court of appeals to challenge the decision.
President Trump In Lansing: ‘Biden Depression Or Trump Recovery’Long lines plus cold and wet weather didn’t stop thousands of supporters from showing up for President Donald Trump Tuesday at the Capital Area International Airport in Lansing.
5 Facing Felonies In Shelby Township Following ProtestProtesters have been on the march for three days in Shelby Township and it all started from what is being called a peaceful protest that allegedly ended with excessive force and now demands are being made to drop all felony charges against the Shelby six.
Vice President Pence Delivers Remarks In MichiganHours ahead of Thursday’s second presidential debate, Vice President Mike Pence touched down in a key battleground county in Michigan.
U-M Covid-19 Cases Rise, Campus Union Blames AdministratorsCriticism is clouding the University of Michigan campus. It comes following a stay-in-place order from Washtenaw County as public health officials announce an increase in Covid-19 cases in the undergraduate population.
Confusion Remains Over Election Poll BanOn one hand Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson says her office has the power to restrict voters from bringing guns to the polls on Election Day. On another hand the director of the Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police say there is no act in the state’s constitution that gives police the authority to enforce the order.
Detroit Pistons Helping To Educate Voters On New OptionsMichigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is teaming up with the Detroit Pistons to educate Detroit voters as the countdown to Election Day draws closer.