DPD Animal Month Feature: Meet K9 RokyFor this week's Detroit Police Department Animal Month Feature, meet K9 Roky.
Last Date For Daily Flood-Related Waste Pickup In Detroit Is Sept. 3The City of Detroit is looking to wrap up its flood-related clean-up efforts with one final push of resident collaboration.
Michigan Reports 4,326 New COVID-19 Cases, 38 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 4,326 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 38 deaths Wednesday.
Parents Rally Over Oakland County School Mask MandateA group of angry parents says they’re fighting for their children’s rights, and forcing kids to wear masks is an over-reach.
FBI Searches Homes, Turns Up Heat On Detroit Council MembersFederal agents searched the homes of two Detroit City Council members and city offices on Wednesday, Aug. 25, just a few weeks after another official was charged in an alleged bribery scheme.
Pizza Hut Brings Back Detroit-Style PizzaDetroit-Style pizza is BACK at Pizza Hut for a limited time. Beginning today, Hut Rewards® members get early access to indulge in its cravable, caramelized-crust, glory - one day before all pizza lovers can sink their teeth into this fan-favorite starting August 25 - and now with the option to create your own personal recipe with up to five topping combinations.
Biden Administration Asks Supreme Court To Leave Eviction Moratorium In PlaceThe eviction moratorium protecting thousands of Detroiters from losing their home is currently the focus of an intense legal battle.
HAP, Henry Ford Health & McDonald's Team Up For Community Pfizer Vaccine ClinicsIn addition to a large fry and soda health officials are hoping that those unvaccinated will also receive a vaccination shot when they attend one of the COVID-19 vaccination pop-up clinics happening in a couple of McDonalds parking lots in Detroit.
CDC Guidance Recommends All But 2 Michigan Counties Should Mask Up AgainUpdated CDC guidance recommends nearly every Michigan county should mask up.
Michigan's COVID-19 Vaccination Rate Falls Behind On Goal To Reaching Herd ImmunityThe goal to reaching a 70% vaccination rate in Michigan is still in the works.
Whitmer Offers To Help Refugees From AfghanistanGov. Gretchen Whitmer issued a statement as the United States prepares for refugees to arrive.
GM Recalls All Chevy Bolts Due To Fire RiskHere is an important consumer alert for Chevy Bolt drivers.
COVID Influences Families’ Back To School Worries, According To Recent Mott PollWhen it comes to COVID mitigation measures in schools, several organizations such as the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend universal indoor masking for students and staff. But with many schools not requiring mask, some parents opting once again for virtual learning.
Oakland County Woman Wins $2M prize In Vaccine SweepstakesAn Oakland County woman has won the grand $2 million prize in Michigan's coronavirus vaccination sweepstakes.
New Bill Would Prohibit Michigan Employers From Mandating COVID-19 VaccinesAs some hospitals and public universities enforce COVID-19 vaccine mandates, a group of Michigan lawmakers is working to keep those requirements out of the workplace.
MSP Captain Mike Brown To Run For GovernorThe Republican race for Michigan Governor is getting a little crowded, as the Michigan State Police captain throws his name in the hat.
Expert Gives Tips On Cost Savings For School SuppliesThe national retail federation estimates back to school spending will reach a record of $31.1 billion up more than $3 billion last year.
Detroit Host, Activist Steve Hood Dies At 58Detroit talk show host and political analyst Steve Hood has died following a long battle with cancer.
Hundreds Protest Against Genesse County Mask Mandate For StudentsThere was a protest in Genesee County this week from parents, calling for an end to local mask mandates for their kids.
Michigan Reports 4,197 New COVID-19 Cases, 37 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 4,197 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 37 deaths Wednesday.
U.S. Extends Non-Essential Travel With Canada, MexicoCanadian travelers hoping to visit the U.S. will have to wait even longer.
The 38th Annual African World Festival Kicks Off Friday With Food, Fashion, MusicA fan-favorite festival returns tomorrow at the Charles H. Wright Museum Of African American History.
Evicted Clinton Township Man Thought He Was Protected During CERA Application ProcessEvicted Clinton Township Man Thought He Was Protected During CERA Application Process

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