Michigan Sees Slight Increase In COVID NumbersMichigan reported a jump in COVID-19 cases by 36% last week.
CDC To Extend Federal Transportation Mask Mandate For Two WeeksThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to extend the federal transportation mask mandate for another two weeks, according to a source familiar with the Biden administration's plans who was authorized to speak about them.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib Tests Positive For COVID-19Another member of Congress has tested positive for COVID-19.
Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget M. McCormack Tests Positive For COVID-19The leader of the Michigan Supreme Court announced Sunday she had tested positive for COVID-19 after experiencing cold-like symptoms.
Rochester School Paying $190K In Dispute With Outspoken MomA suburban Detroit school district agreed to pay nearly $190,000 to settle a lawsuit by a parent who said she lost her job after criticizing COVID-19 policies.
Detroit Public Schools Aim To Catch Up, Then Some, With US AidFor years, Laela Bullock moved to her own rhythm when it came to schoolwork. The switch to remote learning, if anything, brought a welcome break from fights in the hallways of the 15-year-old's Detroit school, but her grades still lagged.
Text: When's 'Lynching?' Whitmer Kidnap Plot Leader SaidA man described as the leader of a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer asked “when's the lynching?” after the state Supreme Court in 2020 struck down a law that she repeatedly used to impose restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to evidence introduced Monday.
Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron Has COVID-19, Reports Mild SymptomsDetroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron said he tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday and reported “very mild” symptoms.
Whitmer Kidnap Plot Trial Delayed Due To COVID-19The trial for four men accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer that was scheduled to resume Monday has been postponed at least until Thursday because an essential participant tested positive for COVID-19.
Doctors: We’re Not In The Clear Yet, Two Years After 1st COVID-19 Cases In MichiganCase numbers and hospitalizations may be down but Doctors say we are not in the clear just yet from COVID as more variants may arise.
COVID-19 Deaths Dropped Among Black Michigan Residents, Report SaysBlack residents in Michigan have been disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus, but a report the state released Friday shows that virus-related deaths for those residents fell last spring to a third of what they were at the beginning of the pandemic.