Museum officials gave the update to the Macomb County board after multiple employees came forward with complaints against DIA Director Salvador Salorpons.
Woman Finds 95-Year-Old Message In A Bottle In MichiganBoat captain Jennifer Dowker runs shipwreck tours all summer long, so she knows that there are all sorts of secrets hidden under the surface of Michigan's waterways, but she was still shocked to find a message in a bottle written in 1926.
ACLU Sues Michigan State Police, Claims Racial Profiling, Black Drivers Pulled Over MoreMichigan State Police is facing a new lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union which is claiming troopers pull over Black drivers at a disproportionate rate.
DPD Launch 'Operation Restore Order' 'Enough Is Enough,' In Response To Surge In Violence In The CityShootings in the city of Detroit lately have been out of control and in order to combat the violence, Chief James White is taking some serious action.
Buddy's Pizza Celebrates 75th Anniversary With Donations To Detroit ZooDetroit-staple Buddy's Pizza is celebrating its 75th anniversary with some special pizza. This time, it's not for humans.
July 4 Celebrations: Here's A List Of Fireworks Shows Happening In Metro DetroitThe Fourth of July is around the corner and many in Metro Detroit are already planning big celebrations this year now that covid restrictions are over.
Moderna Increasing Production For Its COVID-19 Vaccine, Pledges 3 Billion Doses By 2022Moderna is adding two new productions line at the plant where it makes its COVID-19 vaccine according to the Wall Street Journal. It's part of a plan to increase production by 50 percent.
Health Officials Confirm 25 Cases Of COVID-19's Delta Variant In MichiganThere are new concerns over a rise in COVID cases tied to the Delta variant of the virus. Michigan confirms as of Monday there are now at least 25 cases of the strain originating from India. Two of the cases were confirmed in Wayne and Oakland counties.
'Our Pure Michigan Summer Is Back,' Whitmer Officially Announces Mask Mandate, Some COVID Restrictions LiftedIt’s official, the masks mandate and most COVID restrictions now lifted in the State of Michigan. “Effective today there is no more mask or gathering order, effective today there are no more capacity limits indoors or outdoors, effective today our pure Michigan summer is back and we can realize it,” said Governor Whitmer during a press conference in Detroit Tuesday. Governor Whitmer was joined by Lt. Governor Gilchrist, Dr. Joneigh Khaldun and Mayor Duggan during a press conference on Belle Isle. Although the announcement of reopening the state was one to celebrate, the message of remembering those we’ve lost during the pandemic was at the forefront.
Judge Greg Mathis To Build New Community Center, Affordable Housing On Detroit's WestsideDetroit's Judge Greg Mathis announces he will tear down his 20 year old community center and build a new 7,000 sq ft one in its place, also adding affordable housing. Both located on Greenfield and 7mile
2 Detroit Women Partner To Celebrate, Provide Resources At Juneteenth EventIt's scheduled to take place at 16065 Hamilton Ave. in Highland Park on Saturday, June 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Beaumont Health, Spectrum Health Plan To Merge, Operate 22 HospitalsTwo of Michigan's largest hospital systems announced plans to merge on Thursday.
Huntington Bank Commits $40B To Detroit, Wayne County, Southeast MichiganHuntington Bank is out with a new plan to help fight Detroit's inequality.
Lifeguards Train For Michigan Beaches In Preparation For Busy SummerMore lifeguards are preparing to hit Michigan beaches this summer as local counties try to prepare for a surge in visitors.
Athletes Abused By Late Doctor Demand University Of Michigan ProbeFormer athletes on Wednesday urged the University of Michigan’s governing board to launch a full investigation of sexual abuse committed by a late doctor and how the school failed to stop him during his decades on campus.
Dozens Of Former U Of M Students, Athletes Gather To Demand Board Of Regents Full Investigation Into Anderson's Decades Of AbuseMore victims of former U of M physican Dr. Anderson demand Board of Regents to conduct full investigation into decades of abuse.
New Concerns Over Rise In Dog Attacks Against U.S. Postal WorkersThe USPS says more than 5,800 of its mail carriers were attacked by dogs last year.
ATF Agents Hold A Classroom, Simulated 'Use Of Force' Training For The Media, To Better Explain Police Policy To PublicATF held a course for members of the media to give them a glimpse of a day in the life of officers. The training included simulated real life situations and a course on the legal use of police force during arrests.
Michigan Gas Prices Reach Highest Rate Since 2014Michiganders traveling by car can expect to pay more at the pump.
Michigan Reports 182 New COVID-19 Cases, 26 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Governor Whitmer Announces Proposal To Invest In Affordable, High-Quality Child Care For Michigan FamiliesNot assigned
Michigan's Chief Medical Executive Talks Reaching Herd ImmunityNot assigned
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Preorders For Ford Electric F-150 Lightning Tops 100,000Ford's highly anticipated electric F-150 the 2022 Ford Lightning is already selling big.
Detroit Teen Girls Create 'Mobility Hub' In Corktown, As A Way To Connect DetroitersAs 1 of 3 winners of the City of Detroit One Central Station Challenge, a group of teen girls designed the Mobility Hub as a way to connect Detroiters. The hub provides bus services, scooters, bike rakes and a park like environment.