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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.
Henry Ford Health Doctors Bust COVID Vaccine Myths, They Say Being Circulating OnlineOfficial’s with Henry Ford Health says there’s been a lot of COVID-19 vaccination myths circulating online, in an effort to get more people vaccinated, they say they want to set the record straight.
Two More Health Systems Mandate Employee Virus VaccinationsTwo of Michigan’s largest health systems will require all employees and physicians at their hospitals and other facilities to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Whitmer: $10 Million In Emergency Relief To Help Residents Impacted By June FloodingOn Thursday, July 29, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a plan to use $10 million in state general funds to help support households impacted by the extreme flooding on June 25 and 26.
Feds Seek Money In Nassar's Prison Account for RestitutionU.S. prosecutors asked a judge Wednesday, July 28, to order the Federal Bureau of Prisons to transfer all money in Larry Nassar's prison account.
As More Vacationers Take Road Trips This Summer, Experts Offer Car Safety TipsTravel is making a comeback this summer. Tripadvisor’s 2021 Summer Travel Index reveals over two-thirds of Americans are planning to take a trip this summer. With a record number of those summer vacationers traveling by car, Belle Tire has some important safety tips to ensure your vehicle is ready for the road.
Detroit To Host Special Olympics Unified Cup In 2022The Special Olympics Unified Cup is heading to Detroit next year!
Advocates Push For Vaccine Accessibility For Disabled ResidentsThe disabled community has its share of challenges, but having access to health care shouldn’t be one of them.
Governor Whitmer Resumes Wearing Mask At Indoor EventsGov. Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday, July 27, resumed wearing a mask at indoor events, citing revised guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Michigan Restricts Use Of Restraints On Teens In CourtsThe Michigan Supreme Court is restricting the use of handcuffs and other restraints on juveniles when they appear in court.
Michigan Supreme Court: Detroiters Can Vote On City ConstitutionThe Michigan Supreme Court cleared the way Thursday, July 29, for a vote next week on major changes to Detroit's constitution that critics claim could ruin the city's delicate finances.
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.
Grace Period Extended For Michigan License, Plate RenewalsMichigan drivers whose license or registration expires between April and week's end will have 120 additional days to renew it without being assessed late fees under new laws.
Whitmer Proposes $100 Million Investment For Affordable HousingGov. Gretchen Whitmer is proposing a $100 million investment for affordable housing across the state.
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.
How Empowerment Plan Empowers DetroitersTheir Holistic Approach Addresses Everything From Housing And Childcare To Transportation And Education.
Whitmer: $10 Million In Emergency Relief To Help Residents Impacted By June FloodingOn Thursday, July 29, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a plan to use $10 million in state general funds to help support households impacted by the extreme flooding on June 25 and 26.
Two More Health Systems Mandate Employee Virus VaccinationsTwo of Michigan’s largest health systems will require all employees and physicians at their hospitals and other facilities to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
AG Nessel Warns Michiganders Of Scams Following Recent Storm DamageMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel reminds Michigan residents to beware of scammers following the storm damage in parts of Michigan.
T-Shirts Designed By Industry Club Youth Available As Free Gift At Select Downtown Detroit StoresT-shirts designed by youth in the Detroit area are now available in select stores downtown and are being given out as a free gift with any $25 purchase.
Henry Ford Health Doctors Bust COVID Vaccine Myths, They Say Being Circulating OnlineOfficial’s with Henry Ford Health says there’s been a lot of COVID-19 vaccination myths circulating online, in an effort to get more people vaccinated, they say they want to set the record straight.
Oakland County Exceeds 70% Vaccination Rate, Continues Efforts With Back-To-School FocusOakland County is one of the first counties in Metro Detroit to reach and surpass the goal of having 70% of its residents vaccinated, and they have plans to continue these efforts throughout the next couple of months.
Water Utility Selects Firms To Review Detroit-Area FloodingThe board for a regional water authority has approved the selection of engineering firms that will look at system operations during heavy rainstorms that left thousands of basements and dozens of streets flooded in the Detroit area.
Ford Overcomes Computer Chip Shortage, Posts Surprise ProfitSky-high sales prices for its pickup trucks and SUVs helped Ford Motor Co. turn a surprise second-quarter profit despite a global shortage of computer chips that cut factory output in half.
Feds Seek Money In Nassar's Prison Account for RestitutionU.S. prosecutors asked a judge Wednesday, July 28, to order the Federal Bureau of Prisons to transfer all money in Larry Nassar's prison account.
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Detroit To Host Special Olympics Unified Cup In 2022The Special Olympics Unified Cup is heading to Detroit next year!
Advocates Push For Vaccine Accessibility For Disabled ResidentsThe disabled community has its share of challenges, but having access to health care shouldn’t be one of them.