6 More 'MI Shot To Win' Sweepstakes Winners Announced Aug. 4Almost two and a half million Michiganders took their shot in hopes of winning $50,000 from the ‘MI Shot To Win’ vaccine sweepstakes, and more winners were announced on Wednesday, Aug. 4.
DPD Animal Month Features Michigan’s Only Dedicated Bomb Squad K-9It's animal month over at the Detroit Police Department, which means it's the best time to recognize Michigan's only dedicated Bomb Squad K-9.
Duggan, Adams Advance From Detroit Mayoral PrimaryMayor Mike Duggan and former Deputy Mayor Anthony Adams will face off in Detroit’s Nov. 2 general election for the city’s top elected seat.
Whitmer Spoke About The Economic Jumpstart Plan Wednesday During The Macomb County Chamber LuncheonGovernor Whitmer was in Utica Wednesday to speak with business leaders and members of the Macomb County Chamber about the Economic Jumpstart Plan.
Crime Stoppers Offering $2,500 Reward For Information On Woman's Murder In DetroitThere is a new call for help from the family of 49-year-old Elizabeth Williams.
Mayor Duggan, FEMA Show Citizens How To Apply For Flood ReliefMayor Mike Duggan joined FEMA on Wednesday, Aug. 4., to show individuals affected by the storm on June 25 and 26, the step-by-step process of how to apply for flood relief.
Historic Negro League Ballpark In Hamtramck To Undergo $2.6 Million RenovationThe Wayne County Commission recently approved an $850,000 grant proposal from Executive Warren C. Evans to fund a $2.6 million renovation of Historic Hamtramck Stadium, once the home of the Negro National League's Detroit Stars.
Pregnant Women Encouraged To Get Vaccinated, Some Expecting Moms Still WaryMany expecting moms are still wary of getting the COVID-19 vaccine while still pregnant, and health professionals share the benefits of the vaccination and the risks of opting out.
Whitmer Recommends Mask Rules For School Districts As Delta Variant SpreadsAs we inch closer and closer to the fall semester, Gov. Whitmer is urging all school districts in the state to adopt safety precautions as the delta variant spreads.
Michigan Reports 2,605 New COVID-19 Cases, 26 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Wayne State University To Require COVID-19 Vaccinations, Reinstates Mask MandateWayne State University is the latest Michigan university to announce a vaccine mandate for all students and staff who will be on campus in the fall.
Automakers Reinstate Mask Mandate At All U.S. FacilitiesDetroit automakers are joining together and asking all plant workers to mask up once again.
As Eviction Moratorium Expires, Thousands Of Metro-Detroiters Seek HelpTime is up on a federal moratorium meant to shield residents from evictions, and approximately 9,000 tenants in Detroit are already facing notices from the 36th district court to pack up.
U.K. Opens Travel To Vaccinated AmericansTraveling to the United Kingdom just got a whole lot easier for those fully vaccinated.
Northbound I-75 Closed At I-696 In Madison Heights For Pavement RepairsNorthbound I-75 from I-696 to 12 Mile Road will be closed in Madison Heights until Aug. 4.
'Our Goal Is To Be 100% Balance,' City Clerk Janice Winfrey Prepares For August 3rd Primary Elections, Wants Ballots BalancedDetroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey explains a new process they will use to count absentee ballots for Aug 3rd Primary to ensure ballot count balance.
Video Showing DPD Officer Punching Man In Greektown Prompts InvestigationA viral video on Reddit leads to an investigation within the Detroit Police Department.
Detroit Police Department Holds Graduation Ceremony For Recruit Class 2021-GThe Detroit Police Department held its first in-person graduation ceremony since the pandemic began.
DPD Make Arrest In Illegal Dumping Crack Down, 'Will Not Be Tolerated In Detroit'After years of this ongoing issue in Detroit, the city and DPD cracking down on illegal dumping. DPD recently arrested someone for dumping concrete in a SW Detroit neighborhood, he's facing charges and fines.
University Of Michigan Will Require COVID-19 VaccinationThe University of Michigan is requiring all students, faculty, and staff at its three Michigan campuses to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by the start of the fall semester.
Michigan Reports 2,250 New COVID-19 Cases, 19 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Carl Levin, Michigan's Longest-Serving Senator, Dies At 87Famous for gazing over eyeglasses worn on the end of his nose, Carl Levin seemed at ease wherever he went, whether attending a college football game back home in Michigan or taking on a multibillion-dollar corporation before cameras on Capitol Hill.
Last Day To Register For 'MI Shot To Win' Scholarship Drawing Is July 30The 'MI Shot To Win' sweepstakes is still going on, and tomorrow is the last day to register for the scholarships drawings.