Kalamazoo is joining several Michigan cities and is now testing for lead contamination.
9 Lawyers Allied With Trump Ordered To Pay Detroit, Michigan $175K In SanctionsNine lawyers allied with former President Donald Trump were ordered Thursday to pay Detroit and Michigan a total of $175,000 in sanctions for abusing the court system with a sham lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results.
Grosse Ile Parkway Bridge Reopens Ahead Of Schedule Following RepairsThe Grosse Ile Parkway Bridge, also known as the 'Free Bridge,' reopened Friday, Dec. 3, which officials said is weeks ahead of schedule.
Michigan Secures 3rd Military Medical Team For Assistance Amid COVID-19 SurgeGov. Gretchen Whitmer's request for additional staffing from the federal government was granted for a third Michigan hospital amid the COVID-19 surge.
MDHHS Updates COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance For Michigan SchoolsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is updating guidance for schools amid a COVID surge.
Michigan Reports 18,443 New COVID-19 Cases, 277 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 18,443 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 277 deaths on Friday.
More Than 100 Michigan Schools Close Due To Copycat Threats After Oxford High ShootingMore than 100 schools have closed across Michigan following the shooting at Oxford High School and copycat threats.
Parents Of Oxford High Shooting Suspect Facing ChargesThe Oakland County prosecutor filed involuntary manslaughter charges Friday against the parents of a boy who is accused of killing four students at Oxford High School, after saying earlier that their actions went “far beyond negligence."
Striking Kellogg's Workers Receiving 3% Raises In New ContractKellogg's has reached a tentative agreement with its 1,400 cereal plant workers that will deliver 3% raises and end a nearly two-month-long strike.
87% Of Michigan's COVID ICU Patients Unvaccinated, Hospital Association SaysAbout 87% of COVID intensive care unit patients are unvaccinated, according to newly released data from the Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA).
Oxford Bank and DDA Organizing Vigil, Victim's FundThroughout the community you’ll see yellow and blue ribbons wrapped around light poles, representing Oxford High’s school colors and signs that read, “Oxford strong”.
Democrats Renew Push For Gun-Control Legislation After Oxford High School ShootingOn Wednesday, Democrats vowed to push new gun-control legislation and to try to revive stalled bills in Michigan's Republican-led Legislature following a mass shooting that left four Oxford High School students dead and others with serious injuries.
Southfield Student Who Brought Loaded Gun To School Wednesday Charged As JuvenileSchool closed today at the Southfield Regional Academic Academy Campus and police are present, this after a student brought a gun to school yesterday, many schools in Southeast Michigan also closed due to some online threats, just as a safety precaution.
Investigators Reveal Concerns About Behavior Of Oxford High School Shooting Suspect Leading Up To TragedyTwo teachers at Oxford High School separately reported concerning behavior from sophomore Ethan Crumbley starting the day before the deadly high school shooting he's accused of -- prompting two meetings with him, including one with his parents just hours before the killings, investigators said Thursday.
Ariel Footage of Oxford, MichiganAerial footage of a small lake in the small town of Oxford, Michigan, USA moving towards a suburban residential area in the village of Oxford.
Native American Heritage Month: North American Indian Association of DetroitThe North American Indian Association of Detroit continues its long history of assisting natives in Wayne County, with specialized outreach services to help members celebrate their culture while addressing everyday needs.
Mayor Duggan Urging Detroiters To Take Advantage Of Auto Insurance Amnesty By Dec. 31Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is encouraging residents to sign up for auto insurance before the amnesty period expires on Jan. 1, 2022.
Expect More Michigan Police On Roads Following Rise In Fatal CrashesThe Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning (OHSP) says there will be 100 more local, county and state police keeping the roads safe through February 2022.
22 Federal Workers Arrive At Beaumont Dearborn To Help Address COVID SurgeMichigan hospitals are hitting capacity amid COVID surge. On Tuesday, 22 federal workers arrived at Beaumont Dearborn, which has more than 100 COVID patients.
Michigan Reports 25,329 New COVID-19 Cases, 137 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 25,329 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 137 deaths on Monday.
3 Students Killed, 8 Others Shot At Oxford High School; 15-Year-Old Suspect In CustodyThe Oakland County sheriff's office announced that they have a 15-year-old student in custody following an active shooting at Oxford High School.
3 Students Killed, 6 Others Shot At Oxford High School in MichiganThe Oakland County sheriff's office announced that they have a 15-year-old student in custody following an active shooting at Oxford High School.
Annual 'Menorah In The D' Event Kicks Off In Metro DetroitTo mark the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah, a giant Menorah was lit in downtown Detroit.
Porch Pirates: Tips On Keeping Packages Safe From Thieves This Holiday SeasonAs people buy online, now is the time to come up with a plan to avoid Christmas porch pirates.
Livonia Police Seek Suspect After Tip Jar Stolen From Coffee ShopThe Livonia Police Department is seeking assistance locating a suspect wanted in connection to stealing a tip jar from a local coffee shop.