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.
Michigan Will Allow Indoor Visits At Nursing HomesMichigan will now allow indoor visitation by appointments at long-term care facilities. Here's everything you need to know.
Michigan Reports 1,873 New Covid-19 Cases, 43 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,873 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 43 deaths Thursday.
Clinton Township Elections Office Closes Temporarily Due To Employee Covid-19 OutbreakThree employees testing positive for Covid-19 was the cause for the sudden closure.
Need Halloween Craft Ideas? Drew Has You Covered Making Festive Tablescapes Today!Need Halloween Craft Ideas? Drew Has You Covered Making Festive Tablescapes Today!
Daily Covid-19 Minute: Could Your Blood Type Predict Your Risk For Covid-19?Today - we’re talking about an important question when it comes to Covid-19. Could your blood type predict your risk for getting seriously ill from the coronavirus?
Family Feud Question of the Day 10-22Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 & 7:30 on CBS 62
Shelter Program Allows Volunteers To Temporarily Foster DogsThere are currently over 80 dogs at the Friends of Detroit Animal Care and Control center, hoping to be adopted.
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.
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.
Michigan Reports 1,597 New Covid-19 Cases, 33 Deaths WednesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,597 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 33 deaths Wednesday.
U-M Covid-19 Cases Rise, Campus Union Blames AdministratorsCriticism is clouding the University of Michigan campus. It comes following a stay-in-place order from Washtenaw County as public health officials announce an increase in Covid-19 cases in the undergraduate population.
Roseville Shooting: 1 Dead After Dispute Over Basketball GameRoseville police are investigating a shooting following a dispute over a basketball game.
Don’t Have A Costume Yet For Halloween? Don’t Worry, We Have A Halloween Fashion ShowDon’t Have A Costume Yet For Halloween? Don’t Worry, We Have A Halloween Fashion Show
Daily Covid-19 Minute: What Will Halloween Look Like This Year?We’ve officially made it to October...which means one thing - halloween is near! But, the holiday is probably going to look a little different this year and the CDC acknowledges that...which is why they’ve released Covid safety rankings for different halloween festivities.
Family Feud Question of the Day 10-21Watch Family Feud Weeknights at 7 & 7:30 on CBS 62
Confusion Remains Over Election Poll BanConfusion Remains Over Election Poll Ban
Peloton Bike Recalled Over Pedal Issues Causing Them To Break, Cut UsersPeloton is recalling 27,000 bikes to replace pedals that can break during use.
$20M Cannabis Facility To Open In Lake OrionA $20 million technical marijuana facility is being built in Lake Orion.
Michigan Reports 1,586 New Covid-19 Cases, 22 Deaths TuesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,586 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 22 deaths Tuesday.
U-M Students Ordered To Stay-In-Place By Washtenaw County Health Department To Stop Covid-19 SpreadThe Washtenaw County Health Department has issued a stay-in-place order for students at the University of Michigan until Election Day due to the surge of coronavirus cases.
Charges Dropped Against Michigan Barber Who Reopened ShopMisdemeanor charges are being dropped against a Michigan barber who defied Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and reopened his shop last spring during the coronavirus pandemic, a lawyer said Monday.