Time is up on a federal moratorium meant to shield residents from evictions, and approximately 9,000 tenants in Detroit are already facing notices from the 36th district court to pack up.
Here Is An Update On The Chevy Bolt RecallAn updated alert for Chevy Bolt owners: General Motors now recommends you park your car at least 50 feet away from other vehicles.
James Craig Announces Run For Governor, Begins To CampaignThe race for governor is already gaining traction in Michigan as former Detroit Police Chief James Craig begins to campaign around the state.
Flat Rock Sewers Free Of Gasoline From Ford Gas LeakThings are looking up in Flat Rock, officials say the city sewer system no longer shows any signs of gasoline contamination.
Samaritas Raising $430K To Support Afghan RefugeesSamaritas is hosting a fundraiser to assist Afghan refugee families making the transition to create a new life in the U.S.
Beaumont Health Closing Some Beds Because Of Lack Of StaffMichigan's largest health care provider said 5% of its hospital beds are closed because of a lack of staff.
Ford To Send $500 To Households Affected By Flat Rock Assembly Plant Gas LeakFord Motor Company plans to pay up and help those affected by the ongoing gas leak.
CAIR Alleges Ferndale Police Officers Forced Woman To Remove Hijab Following ArrestThe city of Ferndale is facing a new lawsuit over claims its police department forcefully removed a Muslim woman's hijab before taking her picture during the booking process.
Michigan Reports 6,604 New COVID-19 Cases, 44 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
1,500 Afghan Refugees Expected To Resettle In MichiganAccording to the Southwest Detroit Immigration and Refugee Center, Afghans could be arriving in the state through special immigrant visas and refugee programs.
Henry Ford Closes 120 Beds, Reporting Short StaffHere in Metro Detroit, Henry Ford Health System is experiencing staffing challenges from the emergency room to admissions.
Some Students Return To Remote Learning Due To COVID-19 OutbreaksWe're now exactly one week into the school year for most metro area students, and already several new outbreaks are forcing children back to remote learning.
Flat Rock Gas Leak Update: Residents Still Can't Return HomeEXPANDED VERSION - Authorities say evacuees are still weeks away from returning to their homes due to the Flat Rock Ford Assembly Plant gas spill.
Flat Rock Gas Leak Update: Residents Still Can't Return HomeAuthorities say evacuees are still weeks away from returning to their homes due to the Flat Rock Ford Assembly Plant gas spill.
James Craig Shouted Down By Protestors While Announcing Run For GovernorJames Craig attempted to announce his run for Michigan governor at Belle Isle on Sept. 14, but he was shouted down from the podium by protestors.
U Of M Marching Band’s Special Performance Commemorating 9/11 AnniversaryIn a stunning display of lights and music, the Michigan Marching Band kicked off halftime with a dedication to those lost on Sept. 11.
Partial Demolition Begins At Northland, New City Center Under ConstructionAfter 67 years, the milestone regional shopping center, Northland, is under construction to become Northland City Center and the new attraction is bringing a bit of the past into the future.
Lost Your COVID-19 Vaccine Card? The MDHHS Can HelpIf you got vaccinated against COVID-19 but can't find your vaccination card, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services can help.
Pfizer Expected To Apply For Vaccine Approval For Children 5 To 11Eligibility to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, may soon be expanding.
Michigan Reports 6,093 New COVID-19 Cases, 29 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Michigan Man Remembers Surviving The 9/11 AttacksA Michigan man shares his story of surviving the 9/11 attacks 20 years later and how he’s now working to honor local people who died at ground zero.
Former Saginaw Police Officer, Reflects On Assisting With 9/11 Search and Rescue With K-9 PartnerWhile New Yorkers were rushing to escape the area around the World Trade Center during the 9/11 attacks.
Detroit Police, Fire Departments Hold Ceremony For 9/11 VictimsIn Detroit, the pain is being shared among both the Detroit Police and Fire Departments, who came together today to reflect on the bravery of those lost 20 years ago.
Natural Immunity Vaccine Exemption Now Offered At Spectrum HealthSpectrum Health will allow workers to avoid its vaccine mandate if they can prove they have a natural immunity to COVID-19.
Michigan Reports 6,095 New COVID-19 Cases, 59 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 6,095 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 59 deaths Friday.