Leaders Say Expanded Testing is Needed to Allow Visitors in Michigan Nursing HomesLeaders of nursing home groups in Michigan let lawmakers know that expanded coronavirus testing is imperative for their facilities to allow visitors.
Updated COVID-19 Cases in MichiganUpdated COVID-19 Cases in Michigan
Whitmer Extends Stay Home Order Until May 15The fight against COVID-19 will keep most Michiganders home even longer.
Detroit TV Stations Team Up For Governor's Town HallFor the first in recent history, Detroit TV stations are working together to broadcast a live town hall meeting on the coronavirus pandemic with Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
All Schools Close In Michigan Until April 6 Amid COVID-19 ScareMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Thursday that, effective Monday, all of the state's public and private schools will be closed until April 6 to combat the spread of a rising number of coronavirus cases.
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.
Biden Wins Michigan Primary, Denying Sanders A State RepeatA resurgent Joe Biden continued his momentum Tuesday by winning Michigan's Democratic primary, denying Bernie Sanders' attempt to rekindle his presidential campaign in what will be a presidential battleground in November.
Newly Hired Grand Valley Assistant Coach Suspended for Hitler CommentGrand Valley State suspended offensive coordinator Morris Berger on Monday after the school newspaper quoted him as saying he would like to meet Adolf Hitler and no one could deny the Nazi "wasn't a great leader."
Michigan Supreme Court To Look at Law That Pays Wrongly ConvictedThe Michigan Supreme Court is interested in a dispute about whether people who were wrongly convicted of crimes should be paid for time spent in custody before trial.
Mental Health Helpline Coming To MichiganMichigan will create a statewide mental health hotline under legislation signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Michigan Officials Approves Bill to Allow Remote Pharmacies With Hopes To Help Rural CommunitiesPeople will be able to pick up prescriptions at certain Michigan pharmacies that are not staffed by an on-site pharmacist under legislation signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.