Michigan Reports 8,297 New COVID-19 Cases, 104 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Wayne State Latin-American Center Celebrates 50 Years, One Of The Oldest Of Its Kind In The CountryWayne State University is celebrating 50 years of it’s Latin-American History Center. The unique program is one of the oldest in the Country and was birthed from the civil rights movement. After 5 decades the center is going strong and encourages students of all diverse backgrounds to live up to their fullest potential.
Crime Survivors Support ‘Safer Michigan Act’ Bills To Increase Victim Support, Offer Programs To Reduce Crime CyclesMore than 160 Michigan crime survivors released a letter urging the legislature to pass -- and the governor to sign into law -- the legislative package that increases recovery support for crime victims and prioritizes rehabilitation programs to reduce recidivism and help stop cycles of crime.
Michigan School Concerned About Sportsmanship After New Soccer RecordA school board in northern Michigan plans to send a protest over sportsmanship following a soccer player's 16-goal record-setting game against a winless team.
Michigan Redistricting Panel Advances Maps To Hearing StageMichigan's redistricting panel on Oct. 11 voted to advance multiple draft congressional and legislative maps to public hearings and gave commissioners more time to submit their own plans.
Kellogg's Strike: More Than 1,000 Workers Protest Wages, Benefits In Battle Creek, Other CitiesWorkers went on strike, at multiple Kellogg's plants across America, from Battle Creek Michigan, home of the food giant, to some of its largest plants across Nebraska and Pennsylvania.
MDHHS: COVID-19 Outbreaks In Schools Continue To IncreaseWe're now about one month into the school year for most Michigan students, and COVID-19 outbreaks continue to increase.
Volunteers Prepare For This Year's ‘Hope Marches On,’ Salvation Army Red Kettle CampaignThe Salvation Army of Metro Detroit is launching its annual Red Kettle Christmas Campaign – raising funds to help metro Detroiters as they battle the impact of pandemic poverty. The nonprofit has set an $8.3 million fundraising goal for the 2021 Red Kettle Christmas Campaign.
Here’s Michigan’s Favorite Halloween Candy, It’s Not Candy Corn AnymoreCan you guess which candy holds the heart of most Michiganders?
State-Run Shooting Range Closed For 90 Days After Bullets Hit HouseA state-run shooting range in northern Michigan has been shut down after bullets hit a house.
Former Daughter-In-Law Of Dr. Anderson Speaks Out In Support Of Anderson’s Victims, All Victims Of Sexual AbuseThe ex-daughter-in-law of Dr. Robert Anderson, the former U of M doctor who’s accused of decades of sexual abuse against hundreds of students, speaks out in support of the victims. Say’s Anderson may have played a role in her teenage son’s suicide.
Nurse Gets Probation For Role In Teen's Death At Kalamazoo Youth HomeA former nurse charged in the death of a teenager who was restrained at a Michigan youth home has been placed on probation for 18 months.
Southfield Residents On Edge After Several Coyote Sightings In Multiple LocationsA Southfield resident contacted CW50 concerned over a coyote sighting in her neighborhood. Upon investigating we learned of several sightings in multiple areas around Southfield. We contacted the DNR who gives advice to residents if they see a coyote.
Ballot Drive: Join Michigan With National Popular Vote PactMichigan would award its 15 electoral votes to the presidential candidate who wins the national popular vote if enough other states also join the pact under a 2022 ballot initiative announced Monday by former top leaders in both major political parties.
Recall Effort Launched In Alma After Migrant Housing VoteThree officials in a mid-Michigan community are being targeted for recall after voting in favor of a zoning change that would allow housing for young migrant boys who crossed the U.S. border.