The Detroit Public Schools Community District Superintendent says the school should be canceled for the remainder of the school year all due to COVID-19.
Detroit Photographer Q&A: Jon DeBoer xDetroit is full of beautiful architecture and historic buildings, providing the perfect landscape for Detroit photographer Jon DeBoer.
Unemployment Benefits Claims Skyrocket In MichiganClaims for unemployment benefits continued to skyrocket in Michigan last week during the coronavirus pandemic, when 311,000 people filed initial applications — more than double from the previous week.
Gov. Whitmer Suspends In-Person Learning For Rest Of School YearOn Thursday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer officially suspended in-person learning at K-12 schools for the rest of the school year across the state, unless restrictions are lifted.
Zantac Recall: FDA Says Carcinogen Contamination Has Lasting AffectsHeart-burn drug Zantac and other generic versions are being recalled for a cancer causing contamination.
Free Harry Potter E-Book, Audiobook For Entire Month Of AprilParents who are finding it difficult to keep their kids occupied at home can take advantage of this free offer.
Experts Say Gun Sales Soaring Due To Threat Of Coronavirus PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic might be slowing down the retail industry but not for gun sales.
‘Zoom’ Enables More Privacy, SecurityAn important consumer alert for those of you using "Zoom" to work from home.
AMC Star Southfield 20 Permanently ClosesA place known by locals as the Star Theatre is losing its iconic luster. After 23 years AMC’s Southfield 20 location is closing the curtains for good.
Blue Cross Waives COVID-19 Fees Through June 30Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan announces fees for COVID-19 testing will be waived.
COVID-19 Hits The Detroit Ballroom Dancing CommunityDetroit is known for many things: our great sports teams, entertainment venues and our love for music and dance.
Detroit Automakers Sales Declining Amid CoronavirusDetroit's three biggest automakers report declining sales during the coronavirus outbreak.
Online, Alcohol Sales See Large Increase During Pandemic If you're stuck at home chances are you've probably shopped online at one point.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Local Woman Beats COVID-19As of Wednesday afternoon there’s over 9,300 cases and 337 deaths statewide. With southeast Michigan being a hot bed for COVID-19, the death toll in the state is rising everyday, but so is the survival rate.
National Census Day: Here Are 10 Reasons Why It's ImportantApril 1 is National Census Day.
Marriott Data Breach: Nearly 5.2M Hotel Guests Information Compromised WorldwideMarriott announced its second data breach in two years.
Kroger Employees To Get Bonus Amid Coronavirus OutbreakKroger announces a $2 bonus for its employees during the coronavirus outbreak.
Rent-Based Evictions Delayed Until April 17 Due To COVID-19The first of the month also means rent is due for many people, but Michiganders won't be evicted just yet if they don't pay up.
MDOT: $1.4M Construction Project To Close Miller, Ford RoadsA $1.4 million construction project will close Miller and Ford roads.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Here's What A Local Hospital Is Doing To Keep Newborns SafeCOVID-19 is a serious threat to people with compromised immune systems, but it can be an even bigger threat to newborns.
Coronavirus In Michigan: GM To Deliver 20,000 Face MasksGeneral Motors plans to deliver 20,000 face masks by April 8.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Preparations Underway To Convert TCF Center To Field HospitalPreparations are underway over at the TCF center to convert it to a field hospital.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Cases Surge In State PrisonsCoronavirus cases are surging in state prisons.
Detroit Tigers Enlist Help From Local Choir For Opening DayDetroit Tigers Enlist Help From Local Choir For Opening Day
Motor City Comic Con Postponed Amid Coronavirus OutbreakThe Motor City Comic Con announced it will be postponed due to the coronavirus.