5 Things To Know For June 2: Shootings, Economy, Ukraine, COVID-19, Depp-Heard VerdictHere are five things you need to know to get up to speed on what's happening around the country today.
Central Michigan University Accepts Ukrainian Exchange Student Who Is Staying In USA high school student from Ukraine who won't return home because of war will stay in Michigan and start college.
Here's A List Of 1-800-Self-Storage Locations Collecting Donations For UkraineThe Michigan-owned and operated storage company, 1-800-Self-Storage, announced it will be collecting new and unopened goods to donate to send to Ukraine.
DPD, Wayne County Sheriff's Team Up To Donate 165 Used Bulletproof Vests To Citizens In UkraineThe WCSO is donating 15 used vests and the Detroit Police Department will be donating 150 to Ukraine to help protect citizens fighting in the war.
Russia War Could Further Escalate Auto Prices, ShortagesBMW has halted production at two German factories. Mercedes is slowing work at its assembly plants. Volkswagen, warning of production stoppages, is looking for alternative sources for parts.
Detroit Police To Donate Used Body Armor To UkraineThe Detroit City Council unanimously approved a resolution allowing Detroit police to donate used body armor to Ukraine.
Dozens Gather At State Capitol In Lansing To Show Support For UkraineDozens gathered over the weekend at the state Capitol in Lansing, waving Ukraine's flag and donning its blue and yellow colors.
Donations For Ukrainians Pour Into Metro Detroit WarehouseDonations intended to assist those both defending and fleeing Ukraine are pouring into a Metro Detroit warehouse.
Midland Tea Lounge Hosts Fundraiser In Support Of UkraineA tea lounge in Midland hosted a fundraiser over the weekend, selling donuts adorning the Ukrainian flag to raise money.
Little Caesars Suspends All Operations In RussiaDetroit-based Little Caesars is suspending all operations in Russia, which are all "franchise-owned," amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Board Directs Michigan Pension Funds To Dump Russian AssetsOpposing the war in Ukraine, a state board on Wednesday directed Michigan's retirement systems to dump assets invested in Russian companies and securities.
Thousands Book Airbnbs In Ukraine, Raising Nearly $2 Million For People Impacted By WarPeople are booking Airbnbs in Ukraine with no plans of staying in them.
Metro Detroit Business Seeking Donations To Support People In UkraineA Metro Detroit business is asking for donations for people in Ukraine who lost everything following the Russian invasion.
Politics Heats Up as the Ukraine Crisis Resonates in Metro DetroitSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Rudy Hobbs, and Tanya Schuitmaker – new co-directors of MPLP non-partisan program about politics. Then Melvyn Levitsky, a longtime diplomat, appears with Cain to discuss Ukraine. And Tania smyk, who helped organized huge rally in Detroit, talks about Ukraine and Metro Detroit.
Metro-Detroit Businessman Fears For Employees As Fighting Moves Into Their Territory In UkraineA metro-Detroit businessman with remote employees in Ukraine fearful they may lose their lives due to being in the middle of a war zone.