Scenes From The Protest in Downtown DetroitProtesters gather in the streets of Detroit amid unrest over the death of George Floyd.
A Look At GM’s Manufacturing of Masks at Their Warren PlantThe auto industry is trying to get back on track after setbacks from COVID-19.
Updated COVID-19 Cases in MichiganUpdated COVID-19 Cases in Michigan
Appeals Court Rules Detroit Students Have Rights To LiteracyStudents at underperforming Detroit public schools have a constitutional right to literacy, a federal appeals court said Thursday in reviving a lawsuit against the state of Michigan.
University of Michigan Facing More Legal Action Over Alleged AbuseA legal team that says it represents more than 100 people who allege they were abused by a deceased University of Michigan sports doctor on Friday announced the first step in filing a lawsuit against the school.
Detroit Native, 5-Year-Old, Skylar Herbert, First Child Dies From COVID-19COVID-19 has taken over 600 lives in the city of Detroit. Mothers, fathers, members of law enforcement, and now, a 5-year-old little girl. Skylar Herbert died Sunday at Beaumont Royal Hospital, diagnosed with COVID-19 in March, and had been on a ventilator for the past two weeks.
2 Coronavirus Infections Reported In Michigan, In Both Oakland and Wayne CountyTwo people in the Detroit area have tested positive for the coronavirus infection, Michigan officials announced late Tuesday.
Michigan Based Tequila Company Expands Across The USOne of the metro area's very own tequila brand's is making moves out of state! Teeq Tequila says they're expanding to California and Florida.
Ford Lowers Profit Check For 2019Ford is cutting down its profit checks to workers.
$24M Help Coming To Help Homelessness in DetroitOrganizations dedicated to helping the homeless in Michigan are now getting financial help from the government.
Oakland County Executive, David Coulter, pays $558 Water BillThe leader of Michigan's second-largest county didn't pay his water bill for more than a year.