Here Is The Top 'Should I...' Question Searched In Michigan In 2021, AT&T ReportsAccording to a report from AT&T, that question was the most searched in Michigan and three other states -- Nevada, Kentucky and Missouri -- in 2021. The company recently released the most googled "Should I..." question for every state.
Macomb County Officials Hopeful Recent Waste Water Samples Showing Decline In COVID Means Infections Are DecreasingThroughout the pandemic water departments throughout the state have been using wastewater samples to test where COVID-19 is detected. One of those communities is in Macomb County where recent test samples show a possible decline in infection rates in the area.
Michigan Reports 86,009 New COVID-19 Cases, 501 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 86,009 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 501 deaths on Wednesday.
GM Secures Tax Abatement For Proposed $1.3B Orion Assembly Plant InvestmentGeneral Motors is getting some help to expand its Orion Assembly Plant.
Former Detroit Councilman Andre Spivey Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison For BriberyFormer Detroit City Councilman Andre Spivey has been sentenced to two years in prison in connection with a towing corruption investigation.
Netflix Increasing US, Canada Prices With Competition GrowingNetflix is raising prices for its video streaming customers in the U.S. and Canada, less than a year and a half since its last price increase, as competition from other streaming services increases.
Stalker Victims Concerned Over Apple AirTags & Ability To Be TrackedThey’re used to help find items such as keys, a wallet, even lost pets, but apple AirTags could be used for more malicious acts.
Detroit School District Hosting COVID Vaccine ClinicAnother partnership in Detroit aims to get more children vaccinated.
University Of Michigan Partnering With Walgreens To Offer COVID-19 Booster, Flu ShotsWalgreens is partnering with the University of Michigan, expanding access to the COVID-19 booster and flu shots.


‘He Sang The National Anthem At Our Graduations,' Sheriff Washington Remembers Wayne County Corporal Who Died From COVID-19A 5th member of the Wayne County Sheriff’s department has died from COVID just a year after the Department lost Sheriff Benny Napoleon.
Whitmer Releases Plan Draft For Achieving Carbon Neutrality In MichiganMichigan will build clean energy infrastructure and invest in green programs over the next 30 years with the goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050 to confront climate change, a draft of a state plan says.
Former Oakland County Priest Pleads Guilty In Sex Abuse Cases, Sentenced Up To 15 YearsA former Oakland County priest will serve over a year in prison after pleading guilty to sex abuse, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced.
West Bloomfield Housekeeper Accused Of Stealing More Than $571K Worth Of Items From HomesA West Bloomfield woman was arrested Thursday after allegedly stealing items estimated to be worth more than $571,000 from multiple homes where she worked as a housekeeper.
Michiganders Can Begin Filing State Income Tax Returns Jan. 24Tax season is near and Michiganders can begin filing their individual state income tax returns on Jan. 24.
MDHHS Issues Order To Ensure Nursing Homes Offer On-Site COVID-19 Booster ShotsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an epidemic order to ensure residents at nursing homes have the opportunity to get COVID-19 booster shots where they reside.
Starbucks Cancels COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate After Supreme Court RulingStarbucks is no longer requiring its U.S. workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, reversing a plan it announced earlier this month.
2 Workers Hurt In Explosion At US Steel Plant In EcorseAn explosion from a gas leak injured two workers Wednesday at a U.S. Steel Corp. plant in Ecorse, officials said.
Here Is The Top 'Should I...' Question Searched Online In Michigan In 2021, AT&T ReportsA new report from AT&T looks into the most "Should I..." question searched in 2021.
GM Secures Tax Abatement For Proposed $1.3B Orion Assembly Plant InvestmentOrion Township's board of trustees unanimously approved the automaker's tax abatement request on its proposed $1.3 billion assembly plant expansion.
Chief White Says 'There's Reason To Believe' Remains Found In Detroit Belong to Missing Mother Latima WarrenHe said the human remains found have not yet been confirmed to be Latima Warren, however there is reason to believe that the remains do belong to Ms. Warren.
Person Of Interest In Zion Foster Case Turns Himself InWednesday, Detroit Police Chief James White named Jaylin Brazier as a person of interest.
Attorney Representing Abuse Survivors Speaks Out Following UM $490 Settlement“This settlement is the largest known academic institution settlement where such a large percentage of the survivors were men and such a large percentage of the survivors were black men,” said Attorney Parker Stinar of Wahlberg, Woodruff, Nimmo and Sloane, LLP.
Minimum Wage, Voting Audit Ballot Drives Advance In MichiganOrganizers of 2022 ballot drives to raise Michigan's minimum wage and conduct another audit of the presidential election cleared a procedural step Wednesday when the state elections board approved summaries to appear atop their petitions.
Toyota Donates Winter Boots And Socks To Detroit Families, $15,000 To Salvation ArmyToyota Motor North America donated boots and socks to more than 150 Detroit families during its 11th annual "Walk In My Boot" community outreach program.
Michigan Reports 86,009 New COVID-19 Cases, 501 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Macomb County Officials Hopeful Recent Waste Water Samples Showing Decline In COVID Means Infections Are DecreasingFollowing a rapid increase in the number of people testing positive for COVID-19, the level of infection appears to be dropping sharply in Macomb County, according to testing of sanitary sewage, a process which is a leading early indicator of future reported clinical cases.
University Of Michigan Settlement Latest In School Sex Abuse PayoutsA financial payout for more than 1,000 people — mostly men — who say they were sexually assaulted by former University of Michigan sports doctor Robert Anderson is the latest multimillion settlement involving schools faced with sexual misconduct scandals.
General Motors Expanding Market For Hydrogen Fuel Cells Beyond VehiclesGM is finding new markets for its hydrogen fuel cell systems, saying it will work with another company to build mobile electricity generators, electric vehicle charging stations and power generators for military camps.