MDOT Lifts Traffic Restrictions To Ease Fourth of July TravelThe Michigan Department of Transportation is removing lane restrictions on more than two-thirds of its road and bridge projects statewide to ease traffic delays for holiday travelers.
Lane Closures Scheduled In July For I-94 Between I-275, US-24The Michigan Department of Transportation will invest $15.5 million to perform heavy maintenance on 12 bridges and road maintenance on I-94 between I-275 and US-24.
Michigan Matters: Partnering To Help Students Succeed At SchoolMichigan Matters host Carol Cain talks with Oakland County Board of Commissioners Chairman David Woodward and Oakland Schools Superintendent Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson and Sara Gold, Director, Basic Needs and Child Nutrition, United Way for Southeastern Michigan about how Oakland Schools can be healthier.
Michigan Matters: Lexus Velodrome Charts Bold Path From Motor CityDale Hughes, Executive Director of the Detroit Fitness Foundation, the non-profit which operates the Lexus Velodrome has big plans. He talked about them with Carol Cain, Senior Producer/Host of Michigan Matters as he will add more racing events at the Velodrome.
Michigan Matters: Congressman John Dingell's Imprint and Helping the CommunityCongressman John Dingell’s legacy went far beyond Detroit or Michigan as the Michigan Matters roundtable of Warren Evans, Sandy Baruah, and Amy Nederlander talked about as they joined Host Carol Cain and shared stories.
$1 Million Winning Mega Millions Ticket Bought In Wayne CountyA lucky Michigan Lottery player who bought a Mega Millions ticket in Wayne County for Friday's drawing is walking around with a ticket worth $1 million.
Wayne County Prosecutor To Decide Whether Jail Deaths Will Bring ChargesThe Wayne County prosecutor is holding a news conference to discuss the investigations of two deaths at Detroit-area jails.
Deadline Extended For Wayne County Homeowners Facing ForeclosureOfficials in Detroit and Wayne County have extended a deadline for home owners to avoid tax foreclosure.
Wayne County Gun BuyBack Seeks to Get Weapons Off StreetsThe Wayne County sheriff's office is working to get guns off the streets to decrease shootings.
How Much Money You Need to Earn for a Modest Apartment in Wayne Countyhe typical household in Wayne County must earn $18.08 an hour to afford a modest, two-bedroom apartment at fair market rate, according to a new report by affordable housing advocates.
Wayne County Approves New Criminal Justice Center DealWayne County officials have approved a deal for a new criminal justice center just north of downtown Detroit.
Ex-County Employee Charged in Cell Phone, iPad Scheme A former telecommunications manager has been charged in a scheme that saw more than 200 cellphones and iPads valued at over $90,000 ordered under a Wayne County contract.
Celebrate Earth Day for Free at the Belle Isle Nature CenterDETROIT — To celebrate Earth Day this year the Belle Isle Nature Center is hosting its second annual Green Day on April 21. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., kids and families can get in on indoor and outdoor activities, including earth-friendly crafts, nature hikes and zookeeper talks. This event is free and open to the public.
Wayne County Officials Confirm Another Hepatitis A Case In Restaurant WorkerWayne County Officials have confirmed a case of Hepatitis A in a local restaurant worker.
Redevelopment Expected At McLouth Steel Plant In TrentonThe City of Trenton heard from developers tonight, who are planning a development at the old McLouth Steel plant. The site would bring in over $1 million in tax revenue for the city.