Claims 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.
Doctors Warn Parents About Drownings At Home Amid PandemicDoctors are putting out a warning to parents that during this pandemic there is a higher risk of potential drownings.
Arab, Muslim Communities Hold Solidarity, Justice Events In Metro DetroitArab and Muslim communities in metro Detroit are also standing in solidarity with the black community and others, to condemn the death of George Floyd and acts of police brutality.
Automakers Expect Sales Boost Despite Nationwide Lockdowns, Production HaltsSeveral automakers expect stronger sales in May despite lockdowns.
9 Detroit CEOs Speak On Racism, InjusticeNine CEOs from Detroit's biggest corporations will come together Wednesday morning to speak out against racism and injustice in America during a press conference at the Detroit City Council Auditorium.
Kalamazoo, Marshall And Other Towns Lead Police Brutality ProtestsIn Kalamazoo, some protests were lead in silence, while others were more vocal.
Residents: Protesters Jumped Fences, Invaded YardsThe Detroit Police Department made dozens of arrests for curfew violations after the fifth night of protests for the killing of George Floyd.
Doctors Say Protesters May Be At Risk For CoronavirusProtests across the county and in Detroit continue in the fight for justice for George Floyd. With thousands of people within close proximity of one another, should demonstrators be concerned with contracting Covid-19?
Ford Joins With Volkswagen To Help Produce Self Driving Car DealFord Motor Company and Volkswagen signed a $2.6 billion deal to help produce a self-driving vehicle.
Mayor Duggan, Police Chief Provide Update On Detroit ProtestDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Detroit Police Chief James Craig held a press conference Tuesday afternoon to address the protests from Monday as a response to George Floyd's killing.
Detroit Popcorn Company Owner Under Fire After Social Media CommentDetroit Popcorn Company's owner is under fire after making a comment on social media responding to the recent protests against police brutality.
36-Year-Old Southfield Man Charged After Trying To Run Over Police During ProtestA 36-year-old Southfield man has been charged after trying to run over bicycle police officers during a protest.
Here's Mayor Duggan, Police Chief's Updates From Detroit ProtestsDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Detroit Police Chief James Craig held a press conference Monday afternoon to address the protests from the weekend as a response to George Floyd's killing.
Detroit Leaders Trying To Keep Protests PeacefulThings were quiet early Monday in front of the Detroit Police Headquarters, but it wasn’t the case over the weekend.
Protesters Call For Peaceful DemonstrationsProtest in the city of Detroit took a turn Monday.
City Of Detroit To Hold Online Unity Fest This WeekendMayor Mike Duggan has teamed up with a local popular brand and some big-name celebrities, for a Covid-19 unity fest.
Unemployment On The Rise: 2 Million More Without A Job, 57,000 In MichiganOver two million new unemployment claims have been filed since last week according to the department of labor.
Whitmer Visits Dam SiteGovernor Gretchen Whitmer visited Midland and Sanford Wednesday after the flood.
Police Need Your Help To Find Killer of Jalen HoguePolice Need Your Help To Find Killer of Jalen Hogue
Over $50 Million In Bottles, Cans Await RefundsAs bottles and cans continue to mount at homes across the state the value of the deposits skyrocket
Michigan Court Of Appeals Reverses Judge's Ruling, Orders Owosso Barber To CloseThe Owosso barber who was granted permission to continue operating his business is now being forced to close it immediately.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Here's An Updated List Of Positive Cases, DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced additional positive cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Secretary Of State Branch Offices Reopening By Appointment Only June 1Secretary of State branch offices will reopen June 1 by appointment only for essential transactions not available online in order to continue to balance the need to provide critical services and protect public health.
Walmart Partners With thredUP To Sell Previously Owned ClothesThe nation's largest retailer is getting in on the resale trend. Walmart says it's partnering with thredUP to sell previously owned clothes.
Edenville Dam Class-Action Lawsuit: Victims Accuse State Of Failing To Manage DamVictims of the Edenville Dam breach, who lost their home and personal belongings are taking their loss to court.