The 51-year-old winner of $1 million in Michigan's COVID-19 vaccine sweepstakes said Wednesday, July 21, that she plans to spend some of her winnings on her daughter's college tuition.
Annual 'Menorah In The D' Event Kicks Off In Metro DetroitTo mark the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah, a giant Menorah was lit in downtown Detroit.
Porch Pirates: Tips On Keeping Packages Safe From Thieves This Holiday SeasonAs people buy online, now is the time to come up with a plan to avoid Christmas porch pirates.
Livonia Police Seek Suspect After Tip Jar Stolen From Coffee ShopThe Livonia Police Department is seeking assistance locating a suspect wanted in connection to stealing a tip jar from a local coffee shop.
Two Arrested In Connection To Senior Sexual Assault CaseDetroit Police they have two people in custody in connection to the sexual assault of a 63-year-old woman.
US Secretary Of Commerce Meets With MI Leaders To Discuss Global Chip ShortageThe US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo joined federal leaders in Metro Detroit today for a Roundtable discussion on the impact of the global chip shortage, and the need to fund the CHIPS Act.
Wixom Man Charged In Shooting Death Of Father's Ex-GirlfriendA Wixom man has been arrested in connection to the death of Andrea Tucker.
11th Annual Food For Thanks Event Feeds Over 100 PeopleOver 100 plates were packed up and shipped out, piled high with Thanksgiving Day favorites
Military Sending Medical Personnel To Help Treat Michigan COVID Patients Amid SurgeThe federal government will send 44 military medical personnel to Michigan to help beleaguered hospitals treat COVID-19 patients amid a fourth surge that is the worst in the country,
4-Year-Old Girl, Woman Killed In Flint House ExplosionA 55-year-old woman and a 4-year-old girl were killed in an explosion and fire that destroyed and damaged several homes in Flint.
Detroit Metro Airport Anticipating More Than 3.5 Million Travelers This Holiday SeasonThe Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) is no stranger to the holiday rush.
Detroit City Council Approves Transit Center At Former Fairgrounds SiteThe Detroit City Council approved an $18.6 million transit center that will be constructed on the site of the old Michigan State Fairgrounds in Detroit.
Here Are Foods Experts Say You Shouldn't Feed Your Dog This ThanksgivingIt's hard to celebrate family this Thanksgiving without our furry friends.
Dollar Tree Raising Prices By 25%; Most Items Will Cost $1.25Dollar Tree — one of America's last remaining true dollar stores — said it will raise prices from $1 to $1.25 on the majority of its products by the first quarter of 2022.
Detroit Tire Shop Hosting Free Community Coat DriveHood’s Tire Service is a long-standing business on Mack Avenue near Cadillac on Detroit's east side.
MDHHS: More Than 10% Of Michigan Children Ages 5-11 Receive First COVID-19 Vaccine DoseThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) said on Monday that more than 10% of children ages 5 to 11 have received their first dose of the COVID vaccine.
Capuchin Soup Kitchen, Comerica Bank, Passes Out Thanksgiving Meals To Hundreds In NeedVolunteers at the Capuchin Soup Kitchen on the city’s Eastside working hard to provide hundreds of meals for families this Thanksgiving.
Detroit Police Reviewing Safety Measures For Thanksgiving Parade Following Tragedy In WaukeshaThe Detroit Police Department says it is looking into extra safety measures ahead of the Thanksgiving parade in wake of the tragedy in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Detroit's Thanksgiving Day Parade: Here's What You Need To KnowHere's what you need to know about road closures, bus reroutes, and suggested parking, as thousands of individuals visit downtown Detroit for the Thanksgiving Parade, Turkey Trot, and the Detroit Lions game on Thursday, Nov. 25.
Grace Centers of Hope Continues Mission To Help People Suffering From Addiction, HomelessnessRicky Kallis says his road to recovery has been a jarring ride.
Michigan Schools Taking Thanksgiving Week Off As COVID Cases RiseSeveral school districts in Michigan have pulled the plug on classes the entire week due to the massive COVID surge seen across the state.
Michigan Reports 17,008 New COVID-19 Cases, 83 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 17,008 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 83 deaths on Monday.
Green Color In Clinton Township Creek Caused By Non-Toxic Dye For Water TestingThe creek behind the Cranberry subdivision in Clinton Township looks normal now, but Sunday it was anything but, and that gave residents there quite a scare.
Kellogg's To Restart Negotiations With Workers Amid StrikeThe Kellogg Co. will reopen contract talks this week with its 1,400 cereal plant workers who have been on strike since Oct. 5.
Full Plates Full Hearts Feeds Over 500 In Need, Free Chef-Prepared MealsIt’s an effort to feed over 500 people and dozens of volunteers showed up for the job.