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Detroit Teen Girls Create 'Mobility Hub' In Corktown, As A Way To Connect DetroitersAs 1 of 3 winners of the City of Detroit One Central Station Challenge, a group of teen girls designed the Mobility Hub as a way to connect Detroiters. The hub provides bus services, scooters, bike rakes and a park like environment.
Gov. Whitmer Seeks $250M For Parks; Senate Has $1.5B Bridge PlanGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday called for spending a “historic” $250 million in federal coronavirus relief aid to upgrade state parks and trails.
State Lawmakers Look To Fight Pollution in Michigan Auto Lots and JunkyardsA new bill also making its way through the state legislature aims to fight pollution caused by auto lots and junkyards.
Michigan Lawmakers Looks To Give More Time For Drivers To Renew Expired Drivers License and Vehicle RegistrationsPossible relief is on the way for drivers affected by a slowdown at the secretary of state branch offices.
Michigan Lawmakers Looks For Greater Protection Against Elder AbuseMichigan's senior population is the focus of new legislation tonight to further protect a group already hit hard by the pandemic.
Michigan Reports 318 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
$2,500 Reward Offered For Information Leading To The Arrest of Ashley Debarry’s KillerA new demand for justice tonight from the family of 28-year-old Ashley Debarry was killed in a drive-by shooting.
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Preorders For Ford Electric F-150 Lightning Tops 100,000Ford's highly anticipated electric F-150 the 2022 Ford Lightning is already selling big.
State Lawmakers Look To Fight Pollution in Michigan Auto Lots and JunkyardsA new bill also making its way through the state legislature aims to fight pollution caused by auto lots and junkyards.
Michigan Lawmakers Looks To Give More Time For Drivers To Renew Expired Drivers License and Vehicle RegistrationsPossible relief is on the way for drivers affected by a slowdown at the secretary of state branch offices.
Michigan Lawmakers Looks For Greater Protection Against Elder AbuseMichigan's senior population is the focus of new legislation tonight to further protect a group already hit hard by the pandemic.
$2,500 Reward Offered For Information Leading To The Arrest of Ashley Debarry’s KillerA new demand for justice tonight from the family of 28-year-old Ashley Debarry was killed in a drive-by shooting.
Detroit Teen Girls Create 'Mobility Hub' In Corktown, As A Way To Connect DetroitersAs 1 of 3 winners of the City of Detroit One Central Station Challenge, a group of teen girls designed the Mobility Hub as a way to connect Detroiters. The hub provides bus services, scooters, bike rakes and a park like environment.
Gov. Whitmer Seeks $250M For Parks; Senate Has $1.5B Bridge PlanGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday called for spending a “historic” $250 million in federal coronavirus relief aid to upgrade state parks and trails.
Michigan Reports 318 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Caught On Camera: MSP Escort Ducks HomeA slow rescue caught on camera, shows Michigan State Police helping a family of ducks return home.
State Police Urge Michiganders To Stay Safe During Heat WaveWith temperatures forecast to exceed 90 degrees at times across parts of lower Michigan through the weekend, Michigan State Police are urging residents and visitors to stay protected during the heatwave.
Bo Schembechler's Son Matt Says, Dad Knew Of His And Other's Sexual Abuse By Dr. AndersonMatt Schembechler, son of Bo Schembechler says dad knew he and others were sexually abused by U of M doctor, dr. Anderson but did nothing.
Former Michigan State Star Keith Appling To Remain In Jail In Murder CaseKeith Appling is accused of killing Clyde Edmonds, 66, on May 22 during a dispute over a gun.
Sheriff's Office Looking For Man Charged With Manslaughter, Crime Stoppers Offering $1,000 Reward For Info Leading To Arrest Oakland County Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for a Pontiac man charged with manslaughter in the Oct. 22 shooting of another man at a Pontiac convenience store.
Livonia Police Chief Curtis Caid Announces Retirement, Captain Thomas Goralski Selected As Next LeaderAfter a 42-year career, Livonia's chief of police announced his plan to retire. 
'I'm Coming Forward For My Own Healing': Matt Schembechler Speaks About Michigan Doctor Abuse, What His Father Knew Matt Schembechler and former University of Michigan football players Daniel Kwiatkowski and Gilvanni Johnson discuss sexual abuse claims against Dr. Robert Anderson during a press conference Thursday.
Here's What To Know About DPD's 5-Point Summer Crowd Management PlanDetroit Interim Police Chief James White announced a five-point summer crowd management plan to address problems in the Greektown and Riverfront areas during a press conference Thursday morning.
House: Require Financial Info From Officials, Limit LobbyingElected state officials would be required to disclose personal financial information in annual reports and would be banned from becoming lobbyists until two years after leaving office under bills approved in the House.
Henry Ford Health To Add $318M Expansion To Its Macomb HospitalHenry Hord Health is pushing ahead with a major expansion to its Macomb Hospital. 
Crime Stoppers Offering $5,000 Reward For Information On Detroit MurderThere's a new plea from the family of Seafred Robinson who was shot and killed in October 2016. 

Eye on Detroit

Bags To ButterfliesBags to Butterflies was founded by Michelle Smart in 2015. We are a Detroit-based social enterprise that reaches out to women re-entering the community from prison.
There's A Sawmill On Belle Isle? Yup, Since 1905Every Tree That Came Down Within The City Of Detroit Would End Up Here
Detroit Kitchen Connect Is Bringing Cooking Education To The CityDetroit Kitchen Connect, an Eastern Market Corporation program, supports a diverse group of entrepreneurs doing what they love and contributing to Detroit’s growing good food system.
SAAS is Bringing Awareness to Domestic Violence
Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency Helps In The Fight Against Covid-19The Department of Military and Veterans Affairs vaccinated veterans, their spouses, family members, and caregivers on April 26 at the Lakeside Mall Drive-Thru in Sterling Heights.
Keeping The Memories Alive At Selfridge Air MuseumIn 1975, the Michigan Air Guard Historical Association (MAGHA) and the Selfridge Military Air Museum were formed by a group of Air National Guard officers and enlisted personnel.
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!"
Pure Michigan is Welcoming Tourism Back to the StateThe theme for this year’s National Travel and Tourism Week is “Power of Travel.” This is apt since the travel industry was deeply impacted by the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Motor City Makeover 365Motor City Makeover 365 is an annual citywide volunteer cleanup and beautification initiative.