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.”
Honda Recalls SUVs, Pickups Because Hoods Can Fly OpenHonda is recalling nearly 725,000 SUVs and pickup trucks because the hoods can open while the vehicles are moving.
Ford Delays Return To Office For 30,000 Workers Due To COVID ConcernsFord Motor Company is pushing its return-to-office date to March over new COVID-19 concerns, the company said Monday.
Michigan Drivers To Receive $400 Refund Checks Per Vehicle In 2022, Whitmer SaysDrivers are expected to receive checks in the second quarter of 2022, Whitmer and the Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) announced on Tuesday.
City Of Detroit Celebrates New Mixed-Use Development Project Named After ArtistA new apartment complex is coming to Detroit, meant to help those less fortunate.
Here's A List Of Warming Centers Open Across The City Of DetroitThe city of Detroit is reminding residents that there are warming centers and respite locations available to provide relief from extreme weather conditions.
AG Nessel Says Independent Investigation In Oxford Possible, Despite District's DenialNessel plans to organize community meetings in Oxford where parents and students can express their concerns.
Oakland County Hosting Free Counseling And Resource Events Following Tragedy At Oxford High SchoolOakland County is hosting free mental health counseling and resource events across the county to individuals impacted by the deadly shooting at Oxford High School.
Sheriff's, No Threat Found After Walled Lake Central HS Went Into Lockdown TuesdayMultiple law enforcement agencies and first responders were on scene at Walled Lake Central High School Tuesday after a 911 call was made saying shots were fired inside the school. Shots had not been fired but the school went into lockdown as a precaution. A student also reported to school officials that they heard something may happen at the school today due to rumors going around school.
234,000-plus pounds of ham, pepperoni products recalled due to possible Listeria contaminationThe products are recalled by Alexander & Hornung which is a St. Clair Shores establishment and business unit of Perdue Premium Meat Company Inc.
More Michigan Firefighters With Cancer Eligible For BenefitsA new Michigan law makes more firefighters with cancer eligible for workers' compensation benefits.
Michigan Gas Prices Continuing DownwardAccording to AAA, the average price for gas in the state dropped 7 cents to $3.25 per gallon -- 14 cents less than this time last month, but more than a dollar than this time last year.
Michigan's Minimum Wage Increasing By 22 Cents To $9.87 On Jan. 1, 2022State law requires annual increases in the wage until it reaches over $12.
Michigan Reports 16,590 New COVID-19 Cases, 127 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Lions and Wolverines Wins Dedicated In Remembrance of OxfordThe Lions pulled off there first win as they remember the tragedy at Oxford and UofM dedicated there win to those lost at Oxford.
Oxford School District Unveils 'Soft Reopening' Following TragedyThe superintendent of Oxford Community Schools says administrators have a plan to reopen following the deadly shooting last week at Oxford High School.
Third Party To Investigate Oxford High School's Actions Leading Up To ShootingA third party will investigate events at Oxford High School that occurred before a school shooting that left four students dead and six other students and a teacher wounded, the Michigan district's superintendent said, with the Michigan attorney general responding Sunday that her office could conduct it.
Artist Claims He Didn't Know Crumbley Couple Had A WarrantMr. Sikora, with his attorney, met with officials Monday at the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office to assist in their investigation of the tragedy at Oxford High School.
9 Lawyers Allied With Trump Ordered To Pay Detroit, Michigan $175K In SanctionsNine lawyers allied with former President Donald Trump were ordered Thursday to pay Detroit and Michigan a total of $175,000 in sanctions for abusing the court system with a sham lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results.
Grosse Ile Parkway Bridge Reopens Ahead Of Schedule Following RepairsThe Grosse Ile Parkway Bridge, also known as the 'Free Bridge,' reopened Friday, Dec. 3, which officials said is weeks ahead of schedule.
Michigan Secures 3rd Military Medical Team For Assistance Amid COVID-19 SurgeGov. Gretchen Whitmer's request for additional staffing from the federal government was granted for a third Michigan hospital amid the COVID-19 surge.
MDHHS Updates COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance For Michigan SchoolsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is updating guidance for schools amid a COVID surge.
Michigan Reports 18,443 New COVID-19 Cases, 277 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 18,443 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 277 deaths on Friday.
More Than 100 Michigan Schools Close Due To Copycat Threats After Oxford High ShootingMore than 100 schools have closed across Michigan following the shooting at Oxford High School and copycat threats.
Parents Of Oxford High Shooting Suspect Facing ChargesThe Oakland County prosecutor filed involuntary manslaughter charges Friday against the parents of a boy who is accused of killing four students at Oxford High School, after saying earlier that their actions went “far beyond negligence."