Rock 'N' Rides Returns To Downtown Royal Oak June 17-20Rock ‘N' Rides returns later this month to Metro Detroit. The popular Royal Oak event will bring back its iconic live music, rides, and treats June 17-20.
Blake’s Orchard & Cider Mill Announces Celebration Weekend For 75th AnniversaryThis year marks the 75th anniversary of Blake's Orchard & Cider Mill, and they have a weekend filled with special offers and events planned so that the public can celebrate with them.
Michigan State House Passes Vaccine Passport BanRepublicans alongside a handful of Democrats in the Michigan House passed a bill Wednesday that would ban government-required COVID-19 vaccine passports, even though they do not exist and no legislative effort is being made to utilize them.
COVID-19 Vaccine Incentives Being Offered By CompaniesMany states now offer vaccine incentives, whether it be a state lottery or other rewards.
As Michigan Reopens, Doctors Remind People To Remain Safe, Especially If UnvaccinatedThis week the state of Michigan hit another phase in the reopening process and now there are no capacity limits for outdoor venues and gatherings, while indoor gatherings are increased to 50% capacity, but does this restriction ease concern doctors?
Michigan Reports 510 New COVID-19 Cases, 57 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 510 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 57 deaths Thursday.
Amazon Says It Won't Test Workers For MarijuanaAmazon has put its name in the ring as one of the largest companies in support of legal marijuana.
Whitmer Signs Executive Directive, Forms Michigan High-Speed Internet OfficeAccompanied by a Detroit High School Senior at the Boys and Girls Club on Detroit’s Westside Wednesday, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Directive 2021-02. The order establishes the Michigan High-Speed Internet (MIHI) Office.
Officials Believe Fireplace To Blame In Mackinac Island Historic Home FireThere’s new information on a massive fire that damaged an iconic Mackinac Island landmark.
Moderna Seeks Full Authorization For COVID-19 Vaccine, Will Send Data To FDAModerna wants full approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its COVID-19 vaccine.
Michigan Reports 420 New COVID-19 Cases, 33 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 420 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 33 deaths Wednesday.
Colorful Crosswalks, Murals Are On Their Way To Detroit's StreetsThe city announced the painted street murals and crosswalks program Tuesday, which will bring colorful pavement to the rest of Detroit.
New DPD Interim Chief Makes Transition, Chief Craig Officially RetiresAs Detroit’s long-standing Police Chief James Craig makes an exit the new interim police chief is already at work tackling his top priority violent crime in the city.
AG Nessel, MSP Launch Joint Investigation Into Boy Scouts Of AmericaAttorney General Dana Nessel and Michigan State Police will launch a joint investigation into the Boy Scouts of America over reports of sexual abuse.
Michigan Reports 862 New COVID-19 Cases, 13 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 862 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 13 deaths.
The Aretha Amphitheatre Discuss Summer Concerts, Opening To Full CapacityMichigan has reached another reopening milestone and starting Tuesday, June 1 outdoor capacity limits are no more.
Michigan Senate Introduces Bipartisan Bills To Tackle Police BrutalityPolice reform could be on the way in the state of Michigan a bipartisan package of bills could put limitations on no-knock warrants and chokeholds.
Royal Oak Hosts Memorial Day Parade Monday After Being Canceled In 2020 Due To The PandemicIt’s the unofficial start to summer but most importantly Memorial Day is a time of remembrance, and parade participants did just that in Downtown Royal Oak Monday.
Brownstown Township Man Charged For Violet Entry, Disorderly Conduct In Jan. 6 Capitol AttackNewly charged in connection with the Capitol attack, a Metro Detroit man who claims the events on that day were "peaceful."
Metro Detroit Engineer Featured On CBS 'Mission Unstoppable' For Ground Breaking GM Technology30 year veteran engineer from metro Detroit is featured on a National CBS show for her role in groundbreaking technology in the 2021 Cadillac Escalade
Michigan Reports 614 New COVID-19 Cases, 24 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Enrollment Open For Young Children In Moderna Vaccine StudyA Detroit-based health system is enrolling children ages 6 months to 11 years old for Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine study.
Ascension Health: Patients Can Have 1 Visitor Per DayMore hospitals across Michigan are easing visitor restrictions as covid hospitalization rates fall.
'Monroe Street Midway' Featuring Roller Rink, Basketball, Art, Food, Opens Friday In Downtown DetroitThe Monroe street Midway formally Monroe street drive-in opens Friday May 28. Will feature Detroits only outdoor roller rink, art, food, sports zones. Runs through the fall.