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.
Peloton Bike Recalled Over Pedal Issues Causing Them To Break, Cut UsersPeloton is recalling 27,000 bikes to replace pedals that can break during use.
Sound Mind Sound Body Strives To Deliver Academics, Athletics And Life SkillsIn 2004, the Sound Mind Sound Body (SMSB) Football Academy was created to increase the number football student-athletes graduating high school and earning college scholarships in the Metro Detroit community.
Michigan Fitness Foundation Provides Fun Resources To Stay Active During PandemicMFF and the Michigan Department of Transportation are launching "Walk and Wheel Wednesdays" to give Michigan families opportunities for healthy and fun outdoor activity.
Coronavirus Robs The Living From Being With Loved Ones At The EndInstead, the 87-year-old father of four, the blue-collar guy from Buffalo, New York, died in a hospital with only a nurse who stood near him and passed on his sons' final message.
Coronavirus In Michigan: State Total Rises To 549 Cases Friday AfternoonMichigan has reported more positive coronavirus cases have spiked to a state total of 549. 
Coronavirus In Michigan: Here Are 5 Things To Protect Yourself And Your FamilyHere are five things you should do to protect yourself and your family from the coronavirus. 
Coronavirus In Michigan: South Lyon Community Schools Confirms Positive Student Case The South Lyon Community Schools District confirmed a student tested positive for coronavirus. 
Coronavirus In Michigan: Detroit Zoo Stays Open With Visitor, Event RestrictionsThe Detroit Zoo is keeping their doors open despite the ongoing outbreak.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Bars, Restaurants Ordered To Close By 3 p.m.The order does not include carry out services.