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Ford Delays Return To Office For 30,000 Workers Due To COVID ConcernsFord Motor Company is pushing its return-to-office date to March over new COVID-19 concerns, the company said Monday.
Michigan Drivers To Receive $400 Refund Checks Per Vehicle In 2022, Whitmer SaysDrivers are expected to receive checks in the second quarter of 2022, Whitmer and the Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) announced on Tuesday.
City Of Detroit Celebrates New Mixed-Use Development Project Named After ArtistA new apartment complex is coming to Detroit, meant to help those less fortunate.
Here's A List Of Warming Centers Open Across The City Of DetroitThe city of Detroit is reminding residents that there are warming centers and respite locations available to provide relief from extreme weather conditions.
AG Nessel Says Independent Investigation In Oxford Possible, Despite District's DenialNessel plans to organize community meetings in Oxford where parents and students can express their concerns.
Oakland County Hosting Free Counseling And Resource Events Following Tragedy At Oxford High SchoolOakland County is hosting free mental health counseling and resource events across the county to individuals impacted by the deadly shooting at Oxford High School.
Sheriff's, No Threat Found After Walled Lake Central HS Went Into Lockdown TuesdayMultiple law enforcement agencies and first responders were on scene at Walled Lake Central High School Tuesday after a 911 call was made saying shots were fired inside the school. Shots had not been fired but the school went into lockdown as a precaution. A student also reported to school officials that they heard something may happen at the school today due to rumors going around school.
234,000-plus pounds of ham, pepperoni products recalled due to possible Listeria contaminationThe products are recalled by Alexander & Hornung which is a St. Clair Shores establishment and business unit of Perdue Premium Meat Company Inc.
More Michigan Firefighters With Cancer Eligible For BenefitsA new Michigan law makes more firefighters with cancer eligible for workers' compensation benefits.

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"He's The Father To Thousands", Community Mourns Retired Detroit TeacherStudents recall finding Mr. Coker in a class on the first floor with chalk in one hand, while greeting kids with the other.
Gift Of Life Michigan Celebrates 50 Years Of Saving, Transforming Lives Through Organ & Tissue DonationsFamilies of Organ donors and organ transplant recipients toured the Gift of Life Michigan facility as part of their 50 anniversary celebration.
2 Metro Detroiters Charged With Stealing $4M In Unemployment BenefitsTwo people have been charged in connection with unemployment insurance benefit fraud schemes, taking over $4 million and attempting $13 million.
Michigan Reports 15,385 New COVID-19 Cases, 351 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Michigan Newspapers Sue Redistricting Panel Over Closed MeetingMichigan newspapers sued the state's redistricting commission, demanding that it release a recording of a closed meeting and make public two memos that panel members discussed during the meeting.
Woman Helping Oxford Community Heal With Online List Of Resources On Google DocAcross the state of Michigan, residents continue to show support for the victims of the Oxford High School shooting and the community at large.
Former Washtenaw County Deputy Sent To Trial On Misconduct In Office ChargesA former Washtenaw County Sheriff Correction Deputy charged with misconduct in office will face trial and an additional charge. 
Kent County Man Wins $500K Playing Michigan Lottery's 10X Cashword Instant GameA man from Kent County won $500,000 from a scratch-off ticket after initially thinking he had won $1,000. 
Michigan Considers New Incentives To Land Electric Vehicle Battery PlantsMichigan would create new economic development funds to help the state land major business expansions, including potentially electric vehicle battery plants, under fast-tracked bills that received initial approval Wednesday.
Michigan Sets Hospitalization Record, Leads Nation In New COVID Cases Per CapitaMichigan continues to struggle amid the pandemic, setting a record this week for COVID-19 hospitalizations and leading the nation in per capita case rates, new data reveal.
81-Year-Old Man Injured After Pickup Truck Collides With Snowplow In Macomb TownshipAn 81-year-old man is in critical condition after his pickup truck collided with a truck in Macomb Township.
Royal Oak Police Arrest Teen Suspects In Rite Aid Armed RobberyTwo teens from Dearborn have been arrested after robbing a Rite Aid in Royal Oak. 
Police Arrest Man Accused Of Kidnapping 3-Year-Old In DetroitDetroit Police have arrested a man accused of kidnapping his girlfriend’s 3-year-old child.
City Of Detroit Celebrates New Mixed-Use Development Project Named After ArtistA new apartment complex is coming to Detroit, meant to help those less fortunate.
Oakland County Hosting Free Counseling And Resource Events Following Tragedy At Oxford High SchoolOakland County is hosting free mental health counseling and resource events across the county to individuals impacted by the deadly shooting at Oxford High School.
AG Nessel Says Independent Investigation In Oxford Possible, Despite District's DenialNessel plans to organize community meetings in Oxford where parents and students can express their concerns.
1 Person Wounded In Shooting Outside Orion Township Health ClinicOne person has been wounded and area businesses were forced to lock down following a shooting in the parking lot of a health clinic in Oakland County.
Here's A List Of Warming Centers Open Across The City Of DetroitThe city of Detroit is reminding residents that there are warming centers and respite locations available to provide relief from extreme weather conditions.
Kellogg Workers Reject Deal With 3% Raises, Vote To Stay On StrikeWorkers at four Kellogg cereal plants have rejected a tentative labor deal, voting to continue their two-month long strike at the company, the union announced Tuesday.