AG Nessel Issues Video On Potential Penalties For Making School ThreatsMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel issued a video showcasing the seriousness of making threats against schools.
Blue Cross Blue Shield Of Michigan Facing Possible Lawsuit By Employees Terminated After Denial Of COVID Vaccine ExemptionsEmployees at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan that refused to get the mandatory COVID-19 vaccine due to religious or other beliefs says as of Wednesday January 5, 2022 they are officially terminated. Now they’re filing a lawsuit against the company.
Michigan Reports 27,346 New COVID-19 Cases, 277 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 27,346 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 277 deaths on Wednesday.
Detroit Expands COVID-19 Testing Locations To 1K Appointments Per DayThe city of Detroit is expanding to 1,000 appointments per day with the addition of a second testing location.
Claims Period In Flint Water Settlement To Open Jan. 12The claims period for the Flint water crisis settlement will open on Jan. 12, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced.
New Homeowner Blind-Sided By Lead Levels In Inkster WaterMedinah Smith says she’s a new to the neighborhood in Inkster, but upon buying her house, she didn’t know about lead issues in the water.
Starbucks Requiring Employees To Get COVID Vaccine Or Test WeeklyStarbucks says its U.S. workers must be fully vaccinated by Feb. 9 or face a weekly COVID testing requirement.
The Joy Project, A Proposal To Grow A Community Garden On Detroit's North EndA new project is underway on Detroit’s north end to connect the community with fresh food and stories from the soil.
AT&T, Verizon Agree To Postpone 5G Rollout Near Airports By 2 WeeksAT&T and Verizon have agreed to postpone their planned rollouts of 5G infrastructure near airports by two weeks, averting — for now — feared widespread disruptions to air travel and shipping as well as a potential legal battle over the matter.
New Auto Sales Up In 2021, But Far From Full RecoveryU.S. new vehicle sales rebounded slightly last year from 2020's dismal numbers, but forecasters expect them to be more than 2 million below the years before the coronavirus pandemic.
Ford Plans To Nearly Double Production Of Electric F-150, Cites Big DemandFord says it will nearly double the annual production of its electric F-150 Lightning pickup truck based on a high number of advance reservations.
Caesars Windsor Temporarily Closes Through Jan. 26 As Due To Rise In COVID CasesWith concerns of COVID cases rising in Ontario, Caesars Windsor says it is temporarily closing its door Wednesday through at least Jan. 26.
Nearly 700 Henry Ford Health Employees Test Positive For COVID-19 Over Past Week As Community Cases SpikeAs COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the state. Official’s with Henry Ford Health giving an update Tuesday on their hospitalizations.
Detroit School District Going Virtual Through Jan. 14Students in the Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) will resume classes online at least through Jan. 14.
Snowstorms And Pandemic Ground Flights, Delay Holiday's EndWintry weather combined with the pandemic to frustrate air travelers whose return flights home from the holidays were canceled or delayed in the first days of the new year.
Here Are Some New Laws Rolling Out In Michigan This YearThe start of a new year also bring new state laws in Michigan.
Here Are Some New Laws Rolling Out In Michigan This YearThe start of a new year also bring new state laws in Michigan.
MSU, UM Requiring Proof Of Vaccination Or Negative Test For EventsTwo Michigan universities now require proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test to attend certain events.
Some Michigan Schools Expecting COVID Surge Go Virtual, Cancel ClassesThe continued rise in coronavirus cases across Michigan and an expected surge following Christmas and the New Year has extended the holiday break for some students.
Detroit Schools Canceling Classes Jan. 3-5 Amid COVID Spread, Requiring Employees To Get TestedThe Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) announced Friday that classes  -- in-person and virtual -- will be cancelled Jan. 3-5 for employees to get tested amid a rise in COVID cases.
Michigan Updating Quarantine Guidance To Follow CDC RecommendationsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced Friday that it will update its quarantine guidance to match new recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Michigan Reports 61,235 New COVID-19 Cases, 298 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 61,235 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 298 deaths on Monday.
Betty White, Beloved Actress And Trailblazer, Dies At 99Betty White, whose saucy, up-for-anything charm made her a television mainstay for more than 60 years, whether as a man-crazy TV hostess on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” or the loopy housemate on “The Golden Girls,” has died. She was 99.
Oxford Requiring Clear Backpacks For Middle, High School StudentsOxford Community Schools district Superintendent Tom Thorne said all middle schools, Bridges and high school students will be required to use clear backpacks in 2022.

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