CDIA, Charles H. Wright, Other Museums To Reopen July 10Seven cultural organizations across Detroit will reopen July 10 after closing to the public for months due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, according to Crain's Detroit Business.
Detroit Parking Enforcements Will Restart On MondayDetroit parking enforcements will restart on Monday, June 29. This means no more free parking. Residents can use street kiosks or the Detroit parking app to pay for a spot.
Gov. Whitmer Allows Return Of Pro Sports In Michigan Without FansGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday allowed for the return of pro sports in Michigan as long as fans aren't in attendance.
Boaters Gather On Lake St. Clair For Annual Jobbie Nooner Party Despite PandemicThe Jobbie Nooner has been going on for decades and draws thousands of people, and although there’s a global pandemic that didn’t stop the party from happening Friday.
ALDI Bagged Salads Recalled For Possible Cyclospora InfectionHave you recently bought a bagged salad mix from ALDI? This week ALDI voluntarily recalled Little Salad Bar Garden Salad due to possible Cyclospora infection. The affected Little Salad Bar Garden Salad was sold in a 12 oz. bag, has a UPC code of 4099100082975 and have Best If Used By dates of May 1 through June 29.
GNC Files For BankruptcyGNC has filed for bankruptcy citing the coronavirus pandemic had a dramatic impact on its business. The vitamin and supplements retailer says it will be closing as many as 1,200 of its stores across the U.S. which is about 20 percent of its locations. The company says slimming down will allow it to continue to operate.
Michigan Legislature OKs Cocktails To Go To Boost BusinessesPeople could order cocktails for pickup or delivery from Michigan bars and restaurants through 2025 under a bill that won final approval Wednesday and is expected to be signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Voter Registration And IDs For Returning CitizensMDOC will obtain the necessary documents and photos for individuals scheduled for release and send the paperwork directly to the secretary of state. Applicants will also be given the option to register to vote.
Fiat Chrysler Secures $7B In Loans From Italian GovernmentFiat Chrysler will receive $7 billion in loans from the Italian government. Italy signed off on the loans to help part of its auto industry.
3 Charged After Medical Examiner Rules Teen’s Death HomicideThree staff members of a Michigan youth center have been charged in the death of a Black teenager who died while being restrained after throwing a sandwich, Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting announced Wednesday.
Mayor Duggan Provides Update On The City's Response To Covid-19Mayor Mike Duggan says protests have not sparked an increase in Detroit's Covid-19 cases.
Appeals Court Says Michigan Gyms, Fitness Centers Must Remain ClosedGyms across southeast Michigan like Jabs Gym in Birmingham were preparing to open their doors Thursday. Due to a late court ruling Wednesday night, the doors for now will, remain locked.
Drivers Are Paying More At The Pump Amid Covid-19Drivers are paying more at the gas pump as coronavirus restrictions lift. More people are getting back on the road after millions were stranded at home since March. The demand for gas hit an all time low and in some places prices fell below a dollar a gallon. Now prices have risen up by 35 cents a gallon.
Macomb County Woman Shares Story Of Near Death Motorcycle Accident, Experience In Hospital During Pandemic32-year-old Sarah Stewart is out enjoying a beautiful day with her 6-year-old daughter, but a freak motorcycle accident in March, nearly took Sarah’s life.
Michigan Will Not Move Into Phase 5 Of Gov. Whitmer's Reopening Plan This WeekGov. Gretchen Whitmer told WWJ Michigan will not be moving in Phase 5 of her MI Safe Start Plan due to recent spikes in COVID-19 cases. During her June 17 press conference providing updates on the state's response to COVID-19, Whitmer said she hoped to move the state into Phase 5 before July 4.
Shelby Township Trustee Faces Backlash, Accused Of Sharing Racist Post On FacebookA Shelby Township trustee is facing more backlash and protests for a post he shared online. John Vermuelen is accused of sharing a post online showing Aunt Jemima with the Quaker Oats mascot, while captioning the post with "talk about being politically correct."
Lois Allen-Richardson Sworn In As New Mayor Of YpsilantiYPSILANTI (CBS DETROIT) - The city of Ypsilanti is under new leadership following former Mayor Beth Beshert’s comments that many felt were racist.
Police: 17-Year-Old Boy Fatally Shot On Detroit's West SideA 17-year-old boy was fatally shot while at a house party Tuesday night on Detroit's west side. It happened around 11:15 p.m. in the area of Runyon and Greiner streets where Detroit police say the victim was sitting in the driver's seat of a 2014 white Dodge Durango.
Lansing Man Wins Lotto Twice: $4M Win On The Same LottoA Lansing man is proving some people might just be luckier when it comes to the lottery and he has the millions to prove it. Mark Clark just won a $4 million prize on Michigan's instant lottery game.
U.S.-Canada Pot Seizures: Homeland Security Says There's A Dramatic Increase In Border ActivityMore than 400 pounds of marijuana was found in a garbage truck that crossed over from Canada Tuesday morning.
#SaveThePostOffice: Postal Workers Rally In DetroitThe American Postal Workers Union is organizing a nationwide action Tuesday with rallies planned in Detroit and Kalamazoo. On Tuesday around 2:30 p.m. at Detroit’s main post office located at 1401 W. Fort St., workers have planned to surround and drive around the post office. Around 4 p.m. local postal leaders and elected officials are expected to hold speeches.
Gov. Whitmer Appeals Gym Reopening, Asks For Delay Due To Covid-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer is asking an appeals court to keep gyms closed ahead of their planned Thursday re-opening. Whitmer requests the U.S. Sixth Circuit of Appeals Court delay a federal judge's order allowing gyms to reopen.
Lawyer Compares Death Of 16-Year-Old Boy At Kalamazoo Facility To George Floyd’sThe lawyer for the family of the 16-year-old Kalamazoo boy who died from a deadly restraint, says his death is comparable to George Floyd's.
GM CEO Mary Barra Announces Inclusion And Diversity BoardGeneral Motors CEO Mary Barra says the automaker is bringing on an Inclusion and Diversity Board.

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