State law requires annual increases in the wage until it reaches over $12.
Michigan State Police Trooper Rescues Cat & Michigan Humane Society AnimalsOfficials say the cat was rescued by an MSP trooper and taken to Michigan Humane. Also inlcuded animals for adoption at the Michigan Humane Society.
Science of Weather: AlbedoMeteorologist Kylee Miller discuss how the sun's energy reflecting off the earth affects our weather here on the ground.
Central Michigan University Offers Full-Tuition After Scholarship ErrorDozens of prospective Central Michigan University students who were mistakenly told they had won full-ride scholarships that include room and board have received an apology from the school — and offers of the equivalent of full-tuition scholarships “to make it right."
Over 40K Cera Applications Filed In Detroit, Landlords Left Waiting For PaymentAlong with delinquent tenants, owners say they must pay for lawyer fees, inspections, repairs and taxes, expenses that are draining their pockets.
Detroit Public Library Branches Distributing Free At-Home COVID-19 TestsThe Detroit Public Library will be distributing free at-home COVID tests at its permanent branches.
Stellantis Suspends COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate For U.S. Salaried EmployeesIn a statement, the company confirms more than 97% of its U.S. salaried workers have been vaccinated or received an exemption.
100-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor From Metro Detroit Remembers Family, Other Victims On International Holocaust Remembrance Day100 year old Holocaust Survivor who lost entire family during Holocaust
Sugar Factory To Open Downtown Detroit Location This SpringSugar Factory American Brasserie is opening its first location in Michigan in Detroit this spring.
New Affordable Senior Housing Project Named After Rev. Dr. Jim HolleyThursday Mayor Mike Duggan, Council President Mary Sheffield and housing leaders joined the reverend to break ground on an $18 million senior housing project.
'We Wanna Lead In EVs': GM CEO Mary Barra Speaks On Investments In Electric Vehicles & Biden Talks About GM PlansGeneral Motors announced plans to spend nearly $7 billion to convert a factory to make electric pickup trucks and to build a new battery cell plant.
Governor Whitmer State of the State Address - Doubles Down On In-Person LeanringGovernor White addressed commitments to keep kids in school as well as increased funding for education.
Canton Police Release Sketch Of Suspect Accused In Attempted Kidnapping Of 12-Year-Old BoyPolice in Canton are seeking the public's help in locating a man accused of attempting to kidnap a 12-year-old boy.
Ethan Crumbley To Pursue Insanity Defense In Oxford High School Shooting CaseAttorneys say Ethan Crumbley will pursue an insanity defense. The filing comes the same day as a new lawsuit alleging negligence by school officials and Crumbley's parents over the attack.
Oxford High Lawsuit Update & Ethan Crumbly to Pursue Insanity defense*this video cover multiple stories inlcuding the news open and tease preview, story on the latest about Oxford high lawsuits with attorney Ven Johnson, and Oxford High shooter Ethan Crumbly pursuing a insanity defense.
Oakland County Woman Wins $3 Million Lottery Prize After Checking Spam FolderAn Oakland County woman decided to check her spam folder in her email account, and to her surprise, she found an email saying that she had won a $3 million Michigan Lottery Mega Millions prize.
Michigan EMS Agencies Seek $20M In State Funding To Address Staff ShortageEmergency medical service agencies across Michigan are asking the state for funds amid a staffing shortage crisis.
Poison Control Warns Parents of Toxic Chemical In At-Home COVID Tests, Keep Away From ChildrenPoison Control alerting parents of toxic chemical in at-home COVID tests, says keep away from children and pets and throw away as soon as it’s used.
Michigan Deaths Topped Births In 2020Deaths exceeded births in Michigan in 2020, a rare result influenced by COVID-19, statistics show.
Warren City Council Approves Redevelopment Of Old GM PlantRedevelopment of the plant on Mound Road, which shut down in 2019, is expected to cost $180 million.
DWSD Working To Repair Dozens Of Water Main BreaksThe City of Detroit Water and Sewerage department is dispatching 11 crews around the clock to repair water main breaks.
Salvation Army Asking For Donations To Help Reach Red Kettle Campaign Goal By January 31The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Christmas Campaign, which runs until Sunday, Jan. 31. With just days left in the fundraiser, The Salvation Army is significantly behind its $8.3 million goal. The organization asking for more people to donate so they can continue helping those in need.
Michigan High Schools Selling 'Oxford Strong' T-Shirts To Help CommunitySchools around Michigan are coming together to help students and staff impacted by the Oxford High School shooting.
GM Announces Plans To Spend $7B On EV, Battery Plants In MichiganGeneral Motors is making the largest investment in company history in its home state of Michigan, announcing plans to spend nearly $7 billion to convert a factory to make electric pickup trucks and to build a new battery cell plant.
Meijer Offering Free N95 Masks To Customers At StoresMeijer announced it will be providing three free N95 masks to customers who enter its stores. The company said it has about 3 million masks to give away.