Michigan Reports 3,881 New Covid-19 Cases, 29 Deaths MondayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 3,881 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 29 deaths Monday.
Wayne County Faces Federal Class-Action Lawsuit Due To Sales On Foreclosed HomesWayne County is facing a federal class-action lawsuit due to its sales on foreclosed homes.
Gun Advocate Groups Sue To Stop Open Carry Ban At Polling LocationsMultiple gun advocate groups filed a lawsuit against Michigan’s ban on open carry guns on election day.
United Airlines Rolls Out Digital Health PassportUnited Airlines is testing out digital health passports.
Whitmer Holds Voting Event To Encourage Voters To Drop Off Mail-In Ballots In-PersonGov. Gretchen Whitmer held a voting event to encourage voters to drop off their mail-in ballots in-person. 
Judge Grants $750K Bond To Man Accused Of Assaulting Pregnant GirlfriendA man accused of assaulting his pregnant girlfriend leading to her pregnancy loss was granted a $750,000 bond.
Amazon In Detroit: City Council Approves Sale Of 138 Acres At Fairgrounds For $16MDetroit City Council has approved Amazon's plan to create a fulfillment center at the former state fairgrounds.
Unemployment Benefits: Gov. Whitmer Signs Bills To Extend Assistance For 6 WeeksState unemployment benefits have been extended for an additional six weeks.
Chief Craig Announces New Initiative To Improve Community OutreachDetroit Police Chief James Craig also announced a new initiative to improve community outreach Wednesday.
Roseville Shooting: 1 Dead After Dispute Over Basketball GameRoseville police are investigating a shooting following a dispute over a basketball game.
Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Wednesday afternoon providing updates on the state's response to COVID-19. Here's what you need to know.