CDC: Michigan's Spoiled Moderna Vaccine Doses Deemed ViableThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Moderna announced Monday that doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine that had temperature issues have been deemed viable. 
Nearly 1,800 Violations To Be Dismissed By Wayne County Following Michigan Supreme Court RulingNearly 1,800 COVID-19 violations will be dismissed by Wayne County.
SOS Jocelyn Benson Pushes To Make Voting EasierMichigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said in a call with media that she’s looking to keep that momentum going and make it easier to vote.
Clean Slate Expungement For Michigan FelonsThe Clean Slate Initiative automatically expunges misdemeanors seven years after sentencing.
Michigan Reports 2,066 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 Deaths For Sunday And MondayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,066 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional eight deaths for Sunday and Monday.
15 Pit Bulls Captured In Flint Fighting RingThe fighting ring was accidentally found during a drug investigation over the weekend.
Michigan State University Enforces 2 Week Stay-At-Home OrderSchool officials say since 2,500 students moved on campus for the spring semester cases have been rising.
Customers Excited To Once Again Have Indoor Dining Option In Michigan, As State Allows Restricted ReopeningStarting Monday February 1st restaurants and bars allowed to reopen dining rooms with COVID safety restrictions. Order goes till February 21.
Michigan Reports 2,066 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 Deaths For Sunday And MondayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,066 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional eight deaths for Sunday and Monday.
Michigan State University Enforces 2 Week Stay-At-Home OrderSchool officials say since 2,500 students moved on campus for the spring semester cases have been rising.
Online 'Backdoor' Used By 2,700 To Schedule VaccinationsBeaumont’s information technology team detected and shut down unusual activity Saturday on its Epic electronic medical record system. Personal medical records were not compromised, and users were not able to access hospital records, Beaumont said.
Customers Excited To Once Again Have Indoor Dining Option In Michigan, As State Allows Restricted ReopeningStarting Monday February 1st restaurants and bars allowed to reopen dining rooms with COVID safety restrictions. Order goes till February 21.
Air Zoo Exhibit Celebrates Life Of Bessie ColemanChances are you’ve probably heard of Charles Lindberg or Amelia Earhart but there’s another aviation pioneer the Portage Air Zoo hopes will inspire you.
General Motors Plans To Be Carbon Neutral By 2040GM announced that it plans to become carbon neutral in its global products and operations by 2040 and has committed to setting science-based targetsⁱⁱ to achieve carbon neutrality.
Detroiters Urged To Apply For Expungement Assistance Before New Law Takes Effect April 11Mayor Mike Duggan is encouraging all eligible Detroiters to begin the application process now so they have everything in order when the court considers new expungement requests in April.
Police: GVSU Student Taylor Derosa Died From Hypothermia, Alcohol ContributedSchool officials at Grand Valley State University have revealed the cause of death of a freshman student. 18-year-old Taylor Derosa died last month from hypothermia.
Midtown's Yum Village Restaurant Adds Afro-Caribbean Marketplace In Preparation To Reopen Indoor Dining MondayAs restaurants in Michigan prepare to reopen their indoor dining February 1st, one Detroit restaurant will look much different inside, and I’m not referring to the limited capacity. Like thousands of restaurants in the state, Yum Village in Detroit’s Midtown has seen its struggles during the pandemic.
Michigan Reports 1,774 New COVID-19 Cases, 6 Deaths FridayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,774 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional six deaths Friday.
9 Retired Nuns In Michigan Die Of COVID-19 In JanuaryNine Roman Catholic nuns in southern Michigan have died in January due to a COVID-19 outbreak at their retirement home, which had gone for months without a single case, officials said Thursday.
Unemployment Benefits: 16,679 File Jobless Claims In Michigan Last Week, Says Labor Dept.A weekly snapshot of the labor market shows companies continue to lose jobs.
Detroit’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade Canceled For Second Year In A RowDetroit's annual St. Patrick's Day parade is another casualty in the coronavirus pandemic.
Michigan Reports 1,872 New COVID-19 Cases, 80 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,872 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 80 deaths Thursday.
University Of Michigan Issues 2 Week Stay-At-Home OrderThe University of Michigan has issued a stay-at-home order for its Ann Arbor campus.
Henry Ford Health System Warns Of COVID-19 Vaccine ScamsAs demand increases for the coronavirus vaccine,  officials warn of scammers out to get your personal or financial information.

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