Mayor Duggan, City Partners Dedicate Newly Expanded Neighborhood Park After Late Community Leader Antonio McDuffyMayor Mike Duggan helped unveil Detroit’s new Antonio McDuffy Park on Wednesday, July 21.
Detroit: Reparations Ballot Placement Met With Support, CriticismDetroiters could see a question on the November ballot regarding creating a reparations committee to build racial equity for Black residents.
Former Detroit Police Chief Craig Launches 'Exploratory Committee" To Run For Michigan GovernorRepublican ex-Detroit police chief James Craig all but launched his campaign for governor on Wednesday, seeking to become Michigan's first Black governor with a “law-and-order” message and emphasis on leadership.
Michigan Announces $1M 'MI Shot To Win' Sweepstakes WinnerThe 51-year-old winner of $1 million in Michigan's COVID-19 vaccine sweepstakes said Wednesday, July 21, that she plans to spend some of her winnings on her daughter's college tuition.
Live "Flower Therapy" Art Exhibit Offers Healing Space For Those Grieving During Pandemic“It kinda reminds you of your life and all of the various different storms that go through your life,” said Founder and Chief curator at Norwest Gallery of Art Asia Hamilton as she describes her new Art exhibition.
The US Extends Border Restrictions With Canada Until Aug. 21The United States is extending border restrictions with Canada until Aug. 21, which bans all non-essential travel to and from the country.
Costco Extends Special Shopping Hours As COVID-19 Cases RiseCostco is keeping some of its special hours for seniors and those at higher risk for COVID-19.
Rent Rates Up In Metro DetroitFinding the perfect home can be a hassle, especially when you’re looking for the perfect price point.
Michigan Reports 1,028 New COVID-19 Cases, 14 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,028 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 14 deaths Tuesday.
Michigan Experiencing Large Increase In Reports Of Legionnaires’ DiseaseThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is collaborating with local health departments to investigate a recent increase in reports of Legionnaires’ disease.
Crime Stoppers Offering Reward Up To $2,500 For Information On Shooting In Inkster That Left 2 DeadCrime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information on an incident where multiple shots left two victims dead.
Michigan Sheriff In Critical Condition After Weekend Home AccidentNeighbors performed life-saving measures on a Michigan sheriff who was injured at his Upper Peninsula home over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
3 Dead Near Michigan Country Music Festival Were School PalsThree young men who likely died from carbon monoxide exposure while camping near a country music festival in Michigan were pals who played high school football together, friends and family said.
Detroit Lions Announce 2021 Free Family Fest EventThe Detroit Lions announced that the 2021 Family Fest event will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 7, at Ford Field.
Mayor Duggan Discusses Affordable Housing, Visits Students At Carpenter Summer CampMayor Mike Duggan is celebrating more affordable housing for the community and visits students participating in a carpenter summer camp.
Canada To Reopen Border To US Visitors Aug. 9Canada will fully open its borders to fully vaccinated U.S. visitors on Aug. 9.
Michigan Gas Prices Hit 2021 HighDrivers should prepare to pay even more at the gas pump, as Michigan gas prices are at an all-time high for this year.
Ford Recalls More Than 850,000 VehiclesA new recall affects many Ford owners as the automaker is recalling more than 850,000 vehicles.
A Second Flood Leaves Detroit Residents Cleaning Out Basements, AgainThe city of Detroit is offering to clean-up basements for qualified residents hit hard by the floods but neighbors on Lakewood Street say there’s been no help in sight.
Here's How Detroit Ranks Among The Most Stressed Cities In The USWhen it comes to being stressed, no one is doing it quite like Detroit and the Midwest.
New Providence Baptist Church To Provide Free Food, Clothes To Thousands On Saturday July 17It looks like a department store, but actually it's the banquet hall of the New Providence Baptist Church on Detroit’s westside, and the hundreds of items will be giving away for free on Saturday.
ProTEC USA Expands Manufacturing In Troy To Help Frontline WorkersSeveral of Michigan's elected leaders and county officials joined Cadillac today, as one of the automaker's companies shows off its expanded manufacturing to help frontline workers.
Michigan Reports 881 New COVID-19 Cases, 16 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 881 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 16 deaths Friday.
The US-Canada Border Could Open To Fully Vaccinated Americans In AugustPrime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada will start allowing fully vaccinated Americans into the country again.