Former legislative leader Tom Leonard announced his candidacy for Michigan attorney general on Friday, again seeking the Republican nomination he won in 2018 before losing to Democrat Dana Nessel in the general election.

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Detroit Police Department To Host Drive-Up Candy Stations On Oct. 31 At All PrecinctsHalloween in the "D" is back again in 2021, and the city is making it COVID-19 safe.
Michigan Lawmakers Advance Measure To End 'Tampon Tax'The Michigan House advanced legislation on Thursday, Oct. 14, that would eliminate sales taxes on menstrual products, bringing the state one step closer to abolishing the so-called “tampon tax.”
Motor City Comic Con Happening This Weekend At The Suburban Collection Showplace, Features Several Celebrity AppearancesMotor City Comic Con’s annual event takes place every May and because of the health restrictions, the 2021 event was moved to October 15-17, 2021. The convention will return to being hosted annually in May, in 2022. Both events will take place at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Many celebrity guests will make appearances this weekend.
Michigan Reports 8,297 New COVID-19 Cases, 104 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Metro Detroit Woman Files Lawsuit Against Walmart, Says Discriminated Against By ManagersWalmart is now facing a lawsuit after a Michigan woman says she has been discriminated against.
Detroit Police: Arrest Made In Panhandler KillingThe Detroit Police Department arrested the man accused of killing a panhandler.
Capitol Police Welcome New Emotional Support Dog To The ForceThe January 6 attack took a toll on most Capitol Hill Police officers, but one new recruit is making sure they can end their day with a smile.
Wayne State Latin-American Center Celebrates 50 Years, One Of The Oldest Of Its Kind In The CountryWayne State University is celebrating 50 years of it’s Latin-American History Center. The unique program is one of the oldest in the Country and was birthed from the civil rights movement. After 5 decades the center is going strong and encourages students of all diverse backgrounds to live up to their fullest potential.
Michigan Investing $173 Million into Struggling FamiliesThe funds will be spent on helping families with quality childcare and children’s savings accounts.
Detroit Warns Residents Of Housing Scam Offering Free HomesThe City of Detroit is warning its residents about a housing hoax that offers so-called free homes in the city.
New Partnership Between WCCCD, Detroit Police Department Offers New Career Opportunities For High SchoolersA new dual enrollment partnership between Wayne County Community College District and the Detroit Police Department will create three new routes for high school students to jumpstart a career in law enforcement, and to achieve a range of advanced degrees and certificates. The program and a new training center were announced today, Wednesday, October 13, by Detroit Police Chief James E. White and WCCCD Chancellor Dr. Curtis L. Ivery.
U.S. To Reopen Land Borders For Fully Vaccinated TravelersMichiganders could soon see more Canadian tourists as border restrictions ease up.
Bottled Water, Other Resources Available For Benton Harbor Residents Amid Water CrisisIn Benton Harbor, free water bottles are being given out to residents while work is being done to reduce lead exposure in the city’s water.
Free Produce Pickup Starts Oct. 14 At All Focus: HOPE LocationsFocus: HOPE will be distributing free produce boxes starting tomorrow, Oct. 14.
GM Extends Chevy Bolt Production HaltGeneral Motors is extending its production halt on the Chevy Bolt by an additional two weeks.
New Laws in Detroit Aimed to Stop Predatory TowingDetroit City Council unanimously passed new laws to stop tow truck companies from strong arming vehicle owners.
New Laws in Detroit Aimed to Stop Predatory TowingDetroit City Council unanimously passed new laws to stop tow truck companies from strong arming vehicle owners.
9-Year-Old Farmington Hills Girl Abducted, Sexually AssaultedA 9-year-old girl has been sexually assaulted after being abducted from an area near a busy intersection in suburban Detroit.
Red Cross In Dire Need Of Blood DonationsThe emergency blood shortage is pumping organizers to collect 10,000 additional blood products each week over the next month to supplement the need.
GM Reaches Deal With LG To Pay For Bolt Battery Recall CostsLG Electronics has reached a deal with General Motors to pay $1.9 billion to $2 billion to reimburse the automaker for the cost of recalling Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles due to the risk of battery fires.
AG Nessel Files Charges In 3 Cases Tied To Absentee BallotsAn employee at a suburban Detroit nursing home filled out absentee ballot applications for two dozen residents without consulting them before the 2020 election.
Crime Survivors Support ‘Safer Michigan Act’ Bills To Increase Victim Support, Offer Programs To Reduce Crime CyclesMore than 160 Michigan crime survivors released a letter urging the legislature to pass -- and the governor to sign into law -- the legislative package that increases recovery support for crime victims and prioritizes rehabilitation programs to reduce recidivism and help stop cycles of crime.
Detroit Police Search For Hit-And-Run Driver Accused Of Hitting 70-Year-Old LandscaperThe manhunt is continuing for a hit-and-run driver accused of injuring a 70-year-old landscaper.
Police Search For Pair That Used Stolen Semi-Trailer To Break Into Dollar Tree In DetroitThe Detroit Police Department is searching for two men who were involved in multiple crimes that have happened in Southwest Detroit.

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