Crews Restoring Power To Hundreds Of Thousands In MichiganMichigan's top energy providers are making progress restoring power to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses left in the dark by outages caused by severe thunderstorms, but some customers could remain without power through the weekend.
Neighbors/Businesses In Metro Detroit Still Without Power, DTE Hoping To Restore By Late SundayThe sound of generators resonates in a Beverly Hills subdivision near 13 mile and Southfield, including the houses of neighbors Mark and Rick.
U.S. Census Shows Detroit Continues Population Decline, Duggan Says The City Was UndercountedThe U.S. Census Bureau released more information from the 2020 census, showing Detroit is continuing its population decline.
MRLA: 90% Of Michigan Restaurants UnderstaffedAs the demand to dine-in goes up, restaurants are experiencing a staff shortage.
Detroit Recommends Use Of Masks Indoors For Everyone As COVID-19 Cases RiseWith COVID-19 cases still on the rise in Detroit and across the country, the city now recommends everyone mask up when indoors.
Duggan, Mayors Across US Advocate Passage Of Biden's Infrastructure BillThis week the US Senate advanced massive budget and infrastructure bills.
Track Power Outages In Michigan; Over 800K Michiganders Lost Power Due To StormsStorms on Aug. 11 and Aug. 12 have left many Michiganders without power and have Consumers Energy and DTE Energy crews working to restore power to over 800,000 customers.
DPD Animal Month: K9 Mace Tracks Explosives, Formerly Conducted Sweeps For U.S. PresidentsDetroit Police is continuing its animal month features with K9 Mace.
Duggan, Detroit Community Celebrate $2 Million Transformation Of 78-Acre O’Hair ParkIn one of Detroit’s largest renovations, O'Hair park is back open, boasting an entirely new look this time around.
Landlord Speaks Out On Eviction Ban, Says Moratorium Isn’t FairAs the eviction moratorium continues to protect thousands of renters, some landlords say they’re at risk of losing their properties after going months without being paid.
Detroit's Water Department Facing Lawsuit From Mayoral Candidate Anthony AdamsDetroit Mayoral candidate Anthony Adams wants control of the city's water and sewerage department turned over from the Great Lakes Water Authority back to the city.
DPSCD Teachers Picket For A New Contract, Mandatory VaccinesDPSCD Teachers Picket For A New Contract, Mandatory Vaccines
Live Nation Will Allow Artist To Decide On Vaccine, Covid Test RequirementLive Nation says it's letting artists decide whether concert-goers need to be vaccinated or just have a negative COVID-19 test to attend the event.
Midland Gets $5.5 Million For Recovery From 2020 Floods That Devastated Homes, CommunityIt's been over one year since Midland became the sight of massive and devastating floods, and on Aug. 10, 2021, Whitmer announced $5.5 million in new federal disaster relief to help the city recover.
MDHHS To Offer COVID-19 Vaccines At 22 Neighborhood Testing SitesTo increase access to COVID-19 vaccines, the MDHHS is collaborating with 22 neighborhood testing sites to offer COVID-19 vaccines, in addition to testing for coronavirus.
'Now Is The Time' Beaumont Health Urging Those 12+ To Get COVID Vaccine Prior To School StartingTo help stop the potential spread of COVID in schools, Doctors at Beaumont urging those 12 and up to get vaccinated against COVID, says now is the time before school starts back.
Airlines Begin Requiring COVID-19 Vaccine For EmployeesMore airlines are jumping on board with vaccine mandates to help fight the spread of COVID-19.
I-375 Project: Removing The Highway That Replaced Detroit's Black Bottom NeighborhoodThe Motor City is honoring one of its most iconic neighborhoods, Detroit’s Black Bottom neighborhood, which was home to thriving black businesses and families.
USDA: Deer In Michigan Exposed To CoronavirusA new study from the USDA finds white-tailed deer in Michigan have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Biden Administration Extends Student Loan Repayment FreezeThe Biden Administration is extending the pause on repayments, interest, and collection until January 31 of next year.
DPSCD Will Mandate Mask For Students/Staff For 21-22 School Year, Other Districts Will NotDPSCD Superintendent Vitti says the district will require all staff and students to wear masks despite vaccination status for the 21/22 school year. Also, weekly COVID test for staff and students will be required
Dave Chappelle Adds 3 More Dates To Detroit Shows At The FilmoreComedian Dave Chappelle is sticking around Detroit for a while, adding additional Detroit shows to his schedule.
St. Clair Shores To Rename Street In Honor Of 'Full House' Actor Dave CoulierCut... It... Out! Uncle Joey is getting his own street in St. Clair Shores!