Gov. Whitmer Signs 'Clean Slate' Bills Expanding Michigan's Expungement LawsGov. Gretchen Whitmer signed bipartisan House Bills Monday reforming Michigan’s criminal expungement laws making it easier for people who have committed certain felonies and misdemeanors to have their record expunged.
Lisa Germani Takes A Look Back At The Best Of Community ConnectIn an effort to highlight some of the segments that our viewers said they enjoyed the most, CW50 will be airing a special "Best of Community Connect" episode on Saturday, September 5th at 8:30am. Tag along with our host Lisa Germani, as she looks back at four segments from past shows.
Appeals Court Says Michigan Gyms, Fitness Centers Must Remain ClosedGyms across southeast Michigan like Jabs Gym in Birmingham were preparing to open their doors Thursday. Due to a late court ruling Wednesday night, the doors for now will, remain locked.
Small Business Grants: Macomb County To Distribute $20M To 4,000 BusinessesMacomb County plans to distribute $20 million to small businesses.
Judge Rules Gov. Whitmer’s Covid-19 Workplace Safety Penalties Were ExcessiveGovernor Gretchen Whitmer's workplace safety penalties overstepped her powers according to a new ruling.
Smaller Crowds Gathered At State Capitol To Protest Michigan's Stay At Home OrderProtesters stood outside in the rain voicing their opposition to Governor Gretchen Whitmer's stay at home order.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Whitmer’s Executive Order Allows For 60 Days Of Prescription RefillsSeniors and families won’t have to worry about getting prescription refills during the coronavirus outbreak.
Michigan National Guard Activated, Helping Deliver Medical Supplies To HospitalsMichigan's National Guard is activated and ready to help in the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Governor Whitmer Takes Aim At President Trump's Coronavirus ResponseIn an interview Whitmer said the President and Federal Government must take more action.
Residents React To Whitmer's Proposal To Fix Michigan's RoadsPart of Whitmer's strategy includes 122 major road projects, but the plan is receiving some push back because it will increase the state’s debt.