According to a report from AT&T, that question was the most searched in Michigan and three other states -- Nevada, Kentucky and Missouri -- in 2021. The company recently released the most googled "Should I..." question for every state.
Petco Donates $90,000 To Michigan HumaneMichigan Humane is getting a big investment from Petco Love. The $90,000 investment is part of a national investment from the nonprofit to create future in which no pet is unnecessarily euthanized.
Whitmer Signs Executive Directive On Abortion, Reproductive HealthGov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive directive instructing state departments and agencies not to cooperate or assist authorities in an investigation over abortions and must identify opportunities to increase protections for reproductive rights.
Michigan Legislature Pushes For Pause On Gasoline TaxMichigan Republican and Democratic senators are pushing ahead with bills that could put a pause on gasoline tax.
Michigan GOP Governor Hopefuls Off Ballot, Court Fight NextTwo of the leading candidates for the GOP nomination for Michigan governor say they will ask the courts to intervene after they were found ineligible Thursday for the August primary, reshaping the race to challenge Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in the battleground state this fall.
Police: Texas Authorities Track School Shooting Threats To 18-Year-Old In Shelby TownshipPolice arrested an 18-year-old from Shelby Township after Texas authorities tracked a social media post allegedly threatening to shoot and kill students.
Local Communities Organize Student Walkouts To Rally Against Gun ViolenceParents are holding their kids tighter, and the community is wrapping their arms around each other.
Second Shipment Of Baby Formula To Arrive In US, Abbott To Restart Plant June 4There is now a better idea of when more baby formula will show up in stores, as Abbott says it'll reopen the plant at the heart of a nationwide recall June 4.
Oxford Schools Superintendent Issues Statement After Tragedy In TexasPain from the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday is being felt across the nation, especially in the Oxford community.
Monroe County Increases Police Presence At Schools After Shooting In TexasThe Monroe County Sheriff's Office says it is increasing police presence at schools after a deadly shooting at a Texas elementary school.
Michigan Senate Blocks Gun Storage VoteMichigan Senate Republicans are being met with heavy criticism following the decision to stall a vote on gun storage bills.
Stellantis, Samsung Plan Indiana Electric Car Battery PlantA joint venture between Stellantis and Samsung plans to build an electric vehicle battery factory in Indiana that will employ up to 1,400 workers and become the company’s second such factory in North America.
'MI Kids Back On Track' Plan Introduced To Expand Tutoring For Michigan StudentsThere's a new plan in Michigan to get students caught up on learning after the pandemic took a toll on education.
Detroit Incinerator To Be Demolished This YearThe city of Detroit's long-despised incinerator will soon be demolished in the next few weeks, Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday.
Replacement Food Assistance Benefits, Emergency Relief Available To Residents Affected By Gaylord-Area TornadoThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced that residents who were affected by the deadly tornado last week in the Gaylord area may be eligible for replacement food assistance and state emergency relief.
FEMA Grants Expedited Damage Assessment Request After Tornado In GaylordGov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Tuesday that the Federal Emergency Management Agency granted a request for a joint Preliminary Damage Assessment after a tornado hit Gaylord last week.
Craig, Johnson Among 5 GOP Governor Candidates Who Reportedly Don't Qualify For PrimaryMichigan's elections bureau said late Monday that five Republican candidates for governor, including two leading contenders, failed to file enough valid nominating signatures and should not qualify for the August primary.
Recovery Advocates Support Opioid Crisis Investment; Gov. Whitmer Approves $800 Million For ProgramsMore is being done to fight opioid abuse disorder in Michigan. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a package of legislation this month to invest $800 million in opioid treatment, prevention and mental health.
Detroit Adds 4 Electric Buses To FleetThe Detroit Department of Transportation released four electric buses on Monday, as part of its commitment to green technology and safe transit.
Michigan Gas Prices Increase 19 Cents Ahead Of Memorial DayMichigan's gas prices are seeing an increase ahead of Memorial Day.
78,000 Pounds Of Baby Formula Arrives In USA military plane carrying enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived Sunday in Indianapolis.
Nessel Sends Investigators To Gaylord To Check Out Reports Of Price Gouging After TornadoMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced she is sending investigators to Gaylord on Monday to investigate reported instances of price gouging after the tornado last week.
Family Of Justin Shilling Files Lawsuit Against Oxford SchoolsThe family of one of the students killed in a mass shooting at Oxford High School is filing a new federal lawsuit.
Gilbert Family Foundation Makes $12 Million Investment For Detroit's Eviction CrisisThe eviction crisis in Detroit is becoming a growing concern as COVID Emergency Rental Assistance (CREA) funds are close to depletion.
Michigan Sees Decrease In Evictions In 2021, But Many Residents Struggle To Find HomesEviction rates across Michigan continue to decrease, but tenants are still seeing trouble.