Michigan has extended its quarantine requirement to 14 days up from the previous 10 days.

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City Of Detroit Suspends Use Of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineThe city of Detroit has suspended the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine by the city’s health department until further notice.
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Native Detroiter And Veteran Journalist Shaun Robinson Debuts As Executive Producer In Upcoming Lifetime Movie SeriesDetroit’s own Shaun Robinson, best known as an award-winning Journalist, now adding something else to her resume.
Michigan's Expungement Law Takes Effect On SundayMichigan's new expungement law takes effect on Sunday.
Michigan Hospitals Postponing Elective Surgeries Following COVID-19 SurgeSeveral Michigan hospitals are postponing elective surgeries due to an increase of COVID-19 patients.
Michigan Reports 7,834 New COVID-19 Cases, 26 Deaths FridayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 7,834 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 26 deaths Friday.
Dan Gilbert and Wife Donate $30M To Cranbrook AcademyA 30-million dollar donation was awarded to the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills by Detroit billionaire and businessman Dan Gilbert and his wife Jennifer donated.
Orion Township Four-Month-Old Safe After Found Abandoned in WoodsA four-month-old baby is safe tonight after police say the child was abandoned near an Orion township creek.
Wayne County Says No Charges Filed In Fatal Police Shooting of Hakim LittletonWayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy says no charges will be filed in the fatal police shooting of Hakim Littleton.
Michigan Officials Warn Beachgoers To Be Mindful of Rise In Drowning CasesA new safety warning tonight for those heading to Michigan's beaches for the warm weather.
Detroit’s Jazz Festival Announces 2021 LineupDetroit's Jazz Festival has announced its lineup for this year, but still no word on how you'll be able to attend.
Gardner White Teams With Lighthouse To Donate Furniture To Affordable Housing Community CenterA design crew rolls out the carpet on a brand new community center for residents at the Coolidge Place housing complex in Oak Park.
Michigan Reports 7,819 New COVID-19 Cases, 73 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 7,819 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 73 deaths Thursday.
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Michigan Man Who Climbed Capitol Wall Charged In RiotA suburban Detroit man who climbed a wall at the U.S. Capitol became the seventh Michigan resident to be charged in the Jan. 6 riot.
Michigan Denied Standardized Testing Waiver For This YearThe U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday denied Michigan’s request to waive standardized testing for this school year, meaning students who have had a “brutally difficult” year learning amid the COIVD-19 pandemic must take tests this spring, according to the Michigan Department of Education.
CDC Awards $90.2M To Michigan's Vaccine Efforts$90.2 million in extra federal COVID-19 funds will go toward Michigan’s vaccine efforts.

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