Community Searches For Suspect Who Killed Panhandler Outside Of Detroit Gas StationThe Detroit Police Department and members of the community are searching for a man who shot and killed a panhandler outside of a Detroit gas station.
Whitmer Proclaims Oct. 11 Indigenous Peoples' DayGov. Whitmer proclaims Oct. 11 as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the state of Michigan.
Stellantis To Reinstate Domestic Partner BenefitsStellantis will now offer domestic partner benefits to all eligible non-bargaining unit U.S. employees starting in January.
Duggan Announces $5M Plan For New Animal Care & Control FacilityDetroit Mayor Duggan announced the cities plan to build a new, $5 million facility for Detroit Animal Care and Control.
Focus: HOPE Providing Free Produce to Families Amid Rising Food CostsAs grocery prices continue to rise, thousands of Southeastern Michigan families are pinching pennies to keep the pantry full.
MSU: Nearly 90% Of Students, Staff Vaccinated For COVID-19Nearly 90% of students, faculty, and staff at Michigan State University have been vaccinated for COVID-19, according to university officials.
MSU Football Player Sues School Amid Ongoing Suspension, Claims Rights ViolatedA Michigan State football player is suing the school after a sexual assault allegation.
Village Oaks Elementary LockdownThe lockdown at Village Oaks Elementary School in Novi has been lifted. After searching the elementary school no gunman was found.
The Eloise Asylum In Westland, Offers Two Terrifying Haunted AttractionsThe Eloise Asylum In Westland, Offers Two Terrifying Haunted Attractions
New App Designed to Bring Real Human Experiences to Social MediaTo bring more real-life experiences online Ziarekenya Smith created the Inpathy app where users can post their moods and emotions.
Charles H. Wright Museum’s New 'Men Of Change' Exhibit Introduced At Ford Men Of Courage PanelA new exhibit meant to help encourage young black men is opening this weekend at the Charles H. Wright Museum.
State Drops Permanent Ban On Vaping, MDHHS Wants Alternative To BanMichigan is giving up on its attempt to permanently ban flavored vaping products.
Whitmer Proposes $6.3M To Reduce Backlog Of Felony CasesGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Oct. 7 proposed spending $6.3 million in federal rescue funding to reduce a backlog of felony cases in Michigan courts that was caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
WMU Loses Appeal Over Athletes, Virus Vaccine RequirementA federal appeals court ruled in favor of athletes on Oct. 7 at Western Michigan University who sued to be able to play sports without getting a COVID-19 vaccination.
3 Arrested In Murder Of Wayne County Corrections Officer Devante JonesA multi-state investigation, is shedding light on the death of a Wayne County Sheriff's Deputy.
As Part Of An Infrastructure Advancement, Macomb County Announces More EV Charging StationsMacomb Co. Executive Mark Hackel unveiled a Level 3 DC fast charging station that’s now available at the Towns Mart Marathon in Washington Township. With the support of grant funding from the State of Michigan and DTE Energy, Steve Nalu, the owner of the facility, installed the fast charging technology to meet the needs of his customers and to prepare for the future of transportation.
18 Ex-NBA Players Involved In $4 Million Fraud SchemeA possible fraud scheme was uncovered among NBA veterans, with a former Michigan State basketball icon among 18 former NBA players accused of trying to defraud the league.
State Officials Urge Benton Harbor Residents To Use Bottled Water For Cooking, CleaningState officials are telling Benton Harbor residents not to use tap water for cooking or drinking, even if they have a water filter.
BOA and CVS Team-Up to Provide Free Flu Shot VouchersVouchers are available to people in underserved communities to help bridge the gap in health disparities.
See Which Michigan Billionaires Made Forbes List Of Wealthiest AmericansFive Michigan billionaires have made Forbes list of the 400 wealthiest Americans for 2021.
Soil Hauled From Detroit Park As Part Of Storm Water ProjectTons of soil is being removed from a westside Detroit park as part of a storm water retention project to reduce flooding in streets and basements during periods of heavy rainfall.
Highland Park Plaza Owner Accused of Neglecting Trash, Attracting RodentsResidents say there’s often a dump behind a plaza on Woodward at Beresford and the large loads of trash are not just an eye-sore, but a haven for rodents.
Update: No Charges Filed For Ambassador Bridge Explosive ScareAn update on the Ambassador Bridge explosive scare includes officials confirming the explosives they found, were actually two grenades.
Biden Endorses Duggan For Third Term As Mayor Of DetroitPresident Biden is throwing his weight behind Mayor Mike Duggan for the Detroit Mayoral race.