Michigan Reports 1,762 New COVID-19 Cases, 19 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Michigan Sees Slight Uptick In COVID-19 Delta Variant CasesMichigan is seeing a slight uptick in COVID-19 cases attributed to the Delta Variant, confirming 71 cases.
Officials In This Michigan County Used Virus Money For BonusesElected officials in a Michigan county gave themselves $65,000 in bonuses with federal relief money related to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Small Victory: Used-Car Prices Slip From Dizzy HeightsFor months, anyone who wandered onto a dealer lot to look for a used car could be forgiven for doing a double-take — and then wandering right off the lot.
Trump Supporters Rally In Novi For MI "Forensic Audit" Of 2020 ElectionTrump supporters rallied in Novi, demanding a forensic audit of the 2020 MI presidential election. Claiming unproven election fraud
Michigan Experiencing Large Increase In Reports Of Legionnaires’ DiseaseThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is collaborating with local health departments to investigate a recent increase in reports of Legionnaires’ disease.
Autistic, Hearing Impaired In Michigan Offered DesignationMichigan residents with conditions that could impede communication with law enforcement such as deafness or autism can now apply to have a designation associated with their information that comes up on officers’ computer systems during traffic stops.
Michigan Gas Prices Hit 2021 HighDrivers should prepare to pay even more at the gas pump, as Michigan gas prices are at an all-time high for this year.
Michigan Sheriff In Critical Condition After Weekend Home AccidentNeighbors performed life-saving measures on a Michigan sheriff who was injured at his Upper Peninsula home over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
Police Chase In Michigan Ends With Suspect Killed In OhioA police chase that started in Michigan ended early Monday with officers killing the suspect in Ohio.
Bomb Threat Closed Mackinac Bridge For 3 Hours On July 18A bomb scare closed the bridge connecting Michigan’s two peninsulas for about three hours on Sunday, July 18, in the afternoon, authorities said.
Michigan Residents Who Received Coronavirus-Related Unemployment Aid Must ReapplyMore than 600,000 Michigan residents who received pandemic-related unemployment aid are being told to update their accounts after the state learned that some reasons for eligibility approved months ago were wrong.
Hope College Takes Big Step Toward Tuition-Free CampusAbout two dozen students at Hope College will attend school without paying tuition in the fall, part of a new plan to ease the financial burden in exchange for contributions after they graduate.
Detroit Lions Can Have Ford Field At Full Capacity This YearThe Detroit Lions say Ford Field can be at full capacity this season, a year after the public did not have access to games during the pandemic.
Michigan Family Loses Appeal In Lawsuit Over Priest's Funeral RemarksA priest who criticized a teenager's suicide during his funeral is protected by the religion clauses of the First Amendment, the Michigan Court of Appeals said.