Study Says Michiganders Coped With Pandemic By Drinking AlcoholAccording to a study by DrugAbuse.com, many Michiganders coped with the pandemic by drinking. The study found out that Michigan residents had an average of 18 drinks a week last year.
City Of Detroit To Continue Moratorium On Water ShutoffsThe city of Detroit is extending a moratorium that stops water shutoffs for people unable to pay their water bills.
Residents Face Growing Need For Food As COVID-19 Pandemic ContinuesWhen a full semi-truck dropped off food Monday morning, there was already a line nearly a mile long. That was two hours before the giveaway started.
Mayor Duggan: 5,000 Residents A Day Could Get Vaccine In 2021Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said on a Sunday talk show that he expected 5,000 residents a day would receive vaccines once they are made widely available.
Nearly 130K Michiganders File For UnemploymentLast week nearly 130,000 Michigan residents filed for unemployment, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. 
Officials: 3 Michigan Residents Tested For Possible CoronavirusMichiganders presenting with "mild illness" symptoms are preparing for testing with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Detroit Residents Can Now Register To Qualify For 50 Percent Discount On Parking Tickets: What To KnowDetroit residents can now take advantage of a recently reintroduced program that will reduce parking and expired meter fines by 50% if paid within five days of the citation.
Wayne State University: Free Tuition For Detroit Students, ResidentsWayne State University announced Wednesday its free tuition program for Detroit high school students.
Study: Lower Income Neighborhoods have Bigger Mosquitoes That May Be More Efficient At Transmitting DiseasesAs if life wasn't already challenging enough for residents in low-income urban neighborhoods, new research suggests such communities are more at risk from particularly harmful, aggressive mosquitoes.
AT&T Expands Mobile Internet Coverage In South Haven And SaugatuckAs part of its continuing network investment to support growing demand for advanced mobile devices and applications, AT&T announced the enhancement of mobile Internet on six cell sites providing enhanced coverage for area residents and businesses in South Haven and Saugatuck.
Study: Population In Mich. Is Getting OlderYou could call it the "graying" of Michigan. As WWJ's Rob Sanford reports, the average age of state residents is going up.