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Massive $8.6 Million Stormwater Project Will Help Reduce Floods In A Westside Detroit NeighborhoodAfter major flooding impacted homes in the Aviation neighborhood on Detroit's Westside, neighbors asked the city for assistance. Now a completed project will help minimize any future flooding’s.
USPS To Host Drive-Thru Job Fair In Southfield On ThursdayThe United States Postal Service has one job fair left in the Detroit area for those looking for work.
Michigan State University Ends Outdoor Mask MandateOne of the universities considered a hotspot for COVID-19 cases is ending its outdoor mask mandate.
Free Drive-Thru Rapid COVID-19 Testing Clinic Available At Lake St. Clair MetroparkA drive-thru rapid COVID-19 testing site is scheduled to open at Lake St. Clair Metropark.
Michigan Reaches 55% Vaccination MilestoneMichigan is one step closer to reaching its goal to vaccinate 70 percent of the population.
Michigan Reports 1,992 New COVID-19 Cases, 99 Deaths TuesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,992 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 99 deaths Tuesday.
Chamber Of Commerce Asks To End Extra Unemployment BenefitsThe U.S. Chamber of Commerce wants the government to immediately stop paying an extra $300 in unemployment benefits.
AAA: Michigan's Average Gas Prices Rise To $2.95Drivers can expect a major hit to their pockets as the colonial pipeline breach continues.
Advocates Call On Sen. Gary Peters To Schedule Hearing For Washington, D.C. Statehood BillAdvocates are calling on U.S. Senator Gary Peters to schedule a hearing on a bill for Washington, D.C. statehood.

News

Gov. Whitmer Threatens Profit Seizure If Pipeline Keeps OperatingMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer threatened to go after Enbridge’s profits from a Great Lakes oil pipeline if the company defies her order to shut it down.
Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference providing updates on the State's response to COVID-19.
Report: University Of Michigan Missed Chances To Stop Doctor’s AbuseStaff at the University of Michigan missed many opportunities to stop a doctor who committed sexual misconduct for decades with long-term consequences for hundreds of patients, including generations of student-athletes, a law firm hired by the school reported Tuesday.
President Biden To Visit Michigan May 18President Joe Biden is expected to visit Michigan next week ahead of Ford's launch. 
USPS To Host Drive-Thru Job Fair In Southfield On ThursdayThe United States Postal Service has one job fair left in the Detroit area for those looking for work. Here's everything to know.
Michigan State University Ends Outdoor Mask MandateOne of the universities considered a hotspot for COVID-19 cases is ending its outdoor mask mandate.
Free Drive-Thru Rapid COVID-19 Testing Clinic Available At Lake St. Clair MetroparkA drive-thru rapid COVID-19 testing site is scheduled to open at Lake St. Clair Metropark.
Massive $8.6 Million Stormwater Project Will Help Reduce Floods In A Westside Detroit NeighborhoodDetroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) officials unveiled the completed $8.6 million stormwater project on Oakman Boulevard between Joy Road and Tire-man Avenue with a demonstration. A fire hydrant was used to show how water that lands on Oakman Boulevard will be directed into the bioretention gardens through curb cuts and catch basin tie-ins.
Michigan Reaches 55% Vaccination MilestoneMichigan is one step closer to reaching its goal to vaccinate 70 percent of the population.
Michigan Reports 1,992 New COVID-19 Cases, 99 Deaths TuesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Police Seek Suspect Wanted In Fatal Hit-And-Run On Detroit's West SideIf anyone has any information, please call Detroit Police Department’s Homicide Fatal Squad Unit at 313-596-2260 or Crime Stoppers at 800-SPEAK-UP.
Great Lakes Water Surge Eases After 2 Record-Setting YearsA spell of dry, mild weather is giving the Great Lakes a break after two years of high water that has shattered records and heavily damaged shoreline roads and homes, officials said Monday.
Detroit Casinos Report Nearly $109 Million In April RevenueDetroit's casinos — MGM Grand Detroit, MotorCity Casino Hotel and Greektown Casino — reported nearly $109 million in monthly aggregate revenue in April while operating at limited capacity due to COVID-19 health concerns.
Family: Michigan Man Who Saved Girl Dies Weeks After ExplosionA man has died weeks after he was among eight people who were injured in a natural gas explosion and fire at a southern Michigan home.
VIDEO: Police Seek Suspect In Detroit Shooting That Killed 46-Year-Old ManDetroit Police are seeking a man wanted in a fatal shooting on the city's west side. 
AAA: Michigan's Average Gas Prices Rise To $2.95Drivers can expect a major hit to their pockets as the colonial pipeline breach continues. 
Advocates Call On Sen. Gary Peters To Schedule Hearing For Washington, D.C. Statehood BillAdvocates are calling on U.S. Senator Gary Peters to schedule a hearing on a bill for Washington, D.C. statehood.
CDC Eviction Moratorium Expires Next Month, Help Available NowThe pandemic is still causing economic challenges for Detroit families and could lead to many losing their homes. 
Detroit Police Chief James Craig Announces Retirement Effective June 1Detroit Police Chief James Craig says he’s departing in a good place with the city. Serving as Detroit’s police chief since 2013, Craig is a native Detroiter and started off his career in the city in 1977.

Eye on Detroit

Najah Bazzy's Zaman International is Making Detroit a Better PlaceNajah Bazzy, RN, is an internationally recognized healer, humanitarian and interfaith leader who left a six-figure salary as a critical-care nurse to build Zaman International.
Adrienne Bennett is Making History in the World of PlumbingA pioneer in America's plumbing and construction industries, Adrienne Bennett is North America's first and only female licensed master plumber and plumbing contractor.
Detroit Kids Learning Life Skills Through Performing Arts - Eye On DetroitPBA Royal Performing Arts and Training School and Live! is women-owned and is based in the Cody-Rouge District of Detroit’s west side where people ages 3 years and older come to train in music classes, dance, theater, modeling/etiquette, beauty pageantry, and media production.
SkinnyTees Gives Back To The Community - Eye On DetroitLinda Schlesinger-Wagner is truly the heart and soul of the SkinnyTees brand. With a passion and work ethic that has driven her through times of challenge, Linda is no stranger to adversity and struggle. 
Detroit Denim: A Perfect Fit For Downtown DetroitOn A Mission To Create A High Quality Pair Of Jeans For Everyone, And To Do It Here In Detroit.
City Sculpture ParkDedicated To Exposing The Public To Experimental Sculpture Work In Detroit
Making Face Masks Grow On TreesKaren Sayles makes face masks and hangs them on her tree in her front yard daily.
The Shoe Doctor Is 'In' at Detroit's Campus MartiusProviding A Service Is His Main Job, While Listening And Shining Away
Seedlings Braille Books For Children, Increasing The Opportunity For Literacy"If We Didn't Have These Books From Seedlings, Then None Of Us Would Be Able To Read. Imagine that!"