Trump On Michigan: President Trump Tweeted, "I Brought Back Cars And Jobs"In a series of tweets President Donald Trump says he "brought back cars and jobs," and "will do it again for Michigan."
U-M Withdraws From Hosting Oct. 15 Presidential DebateThe University of Michigan will no longer host one of three presidential debates planned this fall in the run-up to the Nov. 3 general election, but related campus programming will continue.
Republicans Propose $1.3B Plan To Help K-12 Schools ReopenRepublicans who control the Michigan Legislature will propose a $1.3 billion one-time funding boost to help K-12 schools reopen during the coronavirus pandemic.
Techstars Detroit Startup Week Goes VirtualTechstars Detroit start up week is Michigan’s largest celebration of entrepreneurship.
Toxic Hand Sanitizer: The FDA Warns Against Using Products Containing MethanolThere's a new warning from the FDA about certain hand sanitizers.
Ford, Fiat Return To Pre-Coronavirus Schedules At U.S. PlantsFord and Fiat resume to pre-coronavirus schedules nearly a month after reopening its plants.
Macy's Viral Attack: An 18, 22-Year-Old Are Being Questioned By PoliceFlint Police have identified two men in connection to a viral attack at a Macy's store. Police say they are questioning the 18 and 22-year-old on how the incident started.
Detroit Police Department Investigates Officer Conduct During ProtestsThe Detroit Police Department is investigating several incidents involving its officers during the Detroit protests.
Detroit's First Weekend Of Summer Ends In Gun ViolenceThe 19000 block of Cameron street was the scene of a fatal shooting that rocked the neighborhood Sunday morning.
AMC Theaters Announce Reopening PlansNew safety measures will be in place including a seating limit and cleaning procedures.
Detroit Police Department Celebrates Newest ClassDetroit Police Chief James Craig spoke Friday celebrating the department's newest graduating class.
Flint Police Need Your Help Identifying Suspects in Mall AttackThe man on the floor can be heard saying "I'm sorry" repeatedly after a verbal exchange took place prior to the attack.
Detroit’s Juneteenth Celebration Concludes Yearly CelebrationDetroit’s week-long Juneteenth celebration concluded Friday with a freedom rally and street art at spirit plaza.
Latest COVID-19 Number For The State of MichiganThe state reports at least 5,800-hundred deaths and 60,000 cases of COVID-19.
Two Michigan Athletes Test Positive For COVID-19Over 200 students were tested before returning for team workouts on Monday, all staff members' test results came back negative.
Michigan's Unemployment System Is Preventing Some From ApplyingMichigan's system is flooded with requests preventing some from getting much-needed help.
Mayor Duggan Wants Detroiters To Check Their Insurance Rates To Avoid Getting Ripped OffThe new system is expected to lower premiums for most Detroiters.
Waterford Woman Wins $70M Powerball JackpotChristi Davis bought the Powerball ticket, worth $70 million back in February.
Here's Why Doctors Are Encouraging Men To Schedule Regular CheckupsMen account for 53 percent of Covid-19 related deaths.
Former U-M Provost Retires, Gives Up Tenured Faculty Position After Sexual Misconduct AccusationsThe university says Martin Philbert will give up his tenured faculty position and retire by the end of the month.
Ford Motor Company: Thousands Will Have The Option To Continue Working From HomeThe automaker previously said those workers would return to the office in July.
Report: Greektown Casino Plans Layoffs Due To Impact Of Covid-19 On BusinessLayoffs are said to begin on September 14. The casino plans to permanently cut 621 employees.
Detroit School Board Approves $763M Budget For Next School YearThe board is expecting a $41 million loss in student funding due to lower tax revenue from the coronavirus pandemic.
New Empowerment Mural In Downtown DetroitThere's a new mural being created in Downtown Detroit Thursday in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement.