Whitmer Signs $2.5B In Virus Relief, Vetoes Other AidShe also nixed $405 million in state-funded grants to businesses and a $150 million deposit into the state’s unemployment fund.
‘Southwest Michigan First’ Faces Backlash For Hiring Former Michigan Republican House SpeakerAn economic development organization is apologizing after hiring former Michigan Republican House Speaker Lee Chatfield.
Man Charged After Police Find Booby Trap In Michigan HomeA northeastern Michigan man has been arrested after authorities say a booby trap was found in his home as police served a search warrant connected to a stolen credit card.
211 Calls Increase By More Than Half As Families Look For ReliefFrom food and utility assistance to housing insecurity, calls to United Way of Southeastern Michigan are up over 200 percent through the 211 hotline.
Michigan Court Rules Trump's Election Lawsuit Unlikely To Succeed On MeritsThe Michigan Court of Claims ruled Thursday that a lawsuit filed by the Trump campaign against Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was unlikely to succeed on the merits and denied a request by plaintiffs for immediate relief to stop the counting of ballots.
Police Say ‘Trump Graffiti’ Was Spray Painted At Grand Rapids CemeteryGrand Rapids Police Department is speaking out after headstones at a Jewish cemetery were vandalized.
AG Nessel To Michiganders: Know Your Employment RightsThe Michigan Department of Attorney General has established a Know Your Employment Rights section on the department’s website to provide information and answers to questions about the legal rights of employees and employers under the Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order.
Sterling Heights GOP Mayor Who Backed Trump In 2016 Endorses BidenThe Republican mayor of Sterling Heights, Michigan, a key battleground state, is voting for Joe Biden in Michigan's Democratic primary on Tuesday after supporting President Donald Trump in 2016, saying his decision is about wanting "basic human decency" in a president.
Michigan Mom Arrested, Charged With EmbezzlementPolice say Rikki Varieur stole more than $30,000 from the Wyandotte Warrior Hockey Association.