In a stunning display of lights and music, the Michigan Marching Band kicked off halftime with a dedication to those lost on Sept. 11.

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GOP's Leonard Again Running For Michigan Attorney GeneralFormer legislative leader Tom Leonard announced his candidacy for Michigan attorney general on Friday, again seeking the Republican nomination he won in 2018 before losing to Democrat Dana Nessel in the general election.
Applications Open Sept. 27 For Wayne County Emergency Rental Assistance ProgramIf it's not your health, the pandemic is probably taking a toll on your wallet too, and to help, Wayne County will offer emergency rental assistance.
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U Of M Establishes New Sexual Misconduct Policy For Employees, StudentsThe University of Michigan is taking a different approach when it comes to sexual misconduct among students or staff.
Henry Ford Health Looking Overseas For NursesA major Michigan heath care provider said it is looking overseas for hundreds of nurses.
Michigan Department Of Correction Worker Accuses Management Of Preferential Treatment To White EmployeesA Michigan Department of Corrections employee is making scathing allegations and accusing his employer of blocking him from promotions because of the color of his skin. 
Motor Bella Wednesday Events Cancelled Due To Safety IssuesCar enthusiasts will still be able to hit the track tomorrow at Motor Bella, despite today's cancellation of activities over safety issues.
Over 150 Chaldean Doctors In Michigan, Plead With Community To Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19We’ve seen COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in communities of color, and doctors say the same thing is happening in the Chaldean community. Now hundreds of them coming together to try and change that.
Michigan Reports 6,079 New COVID-19 Cases, 81 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 6,079 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 81 deaths Tuesday and Wednesday.
Man Charged With Placing Pipe Bombs Outside Phone StoresA northern Michigan man said he placed pipe bombs outside two phone stores because he was upset with “immoral content” on phones and cable TV, according to the FBI.
Lake Michigan Water Levels Down By 16 Inches Over The Last YearDespite the non-stop rain Michigan has been facing, here is some hope for homeowners along lake Michigan.
Detroit Animal Care and Control Providing Medical Care For Strays Hoping To Be AdoptedThings at the Detroit Animal Care and Control looking much different than nearly 2 years ago.
Chevy Bolt Update: GM To Replace Batteries In Recalled Chevy BoltsHelp is on the way for some Chevy Bolt owners, a long-awaited battery fix is coming next month.
Protestors In Detroit Petition To Grant Immigrant Status To Haitian MigrantsProtesters took to the streets of Detroit on Sept. 21, calling on the Biden Administration to grant immigrant status to Haitians attempting to cross the U.S. border in Texas.
First Lady Jill Biden To Visit Royal Oak On FridayFirst lady Jill Biden plans to visit Royal Oak this Friday, Sept. 24, as part of a tour highlighting students' return to in-person learning.
Michigan Reports 98 New COVID-19 Outbreaks In K-12 SchoolsWe're now several weeks into the new school year, with COVID-19 outbreaks becoming more and more common in the classroom.
Festival Vendors Told To Pack Up Over Permit IssuesA community organizer is speaking out tonight after he was forced to shut down the Detroit African Cultural Festival over the weekend.
Ford, One of Many Automakers Under Investigation Over Use of Recalled Takata Airbag InflatorsFord is just one automaker also facing an investigation tonight overuse of Takata airbag inflators. Those inflators were recalled over safety issues.

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