Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is encouraging residents to sign up for auto insurance before the amnesty period expires on Jan. 1, 2022.
Michigan Humane Rescues Kitten From Drain Pipe In DetroitMichigan Humane last week rescued a kitten found in a pipe in Detroit. The organization said it received a call about the kitten, who has been named Mo.
Navient Reaches $1.85 Billion Settlement Over Predatory Student Loan ClaimsNavient, a major student loan collecting company, agreed to cancel $1.7 billion in debt owed by more than 66,000 borrowers across the U.S. and pay more than $140 million in other penalties.
Fleece & Thank You Holding Blanket Making Week Jan 15-22 To Provide Blankets To Hospitalized ChildrenFleece & Thank You Michigan’s largest provider of comfort care to hospitalized children – is hosting Make A Blanket Week: Macomb Saturday, Jan. 15 through Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022.
Back Again: DTE Energy Music Theatre Returns To Original NameCW50 News at 10
Walled Lake Marijuana Dispensary Offering Free Joint To Blood, Plasma DonorsAn Oakland County marijuana dispensary is hoping to kick start blood and plasma donations in Michigan in response to a nationwide shortage.
Donating Blood? Red Cross Offering Chance To Win Super Bowl TicketsThere's a chance for you to donate blood and go to the Super Bowl next month.
US Customs: Marijuana, Ammunition Seizures Up In MichiganSeizures of marijuana and ammunition at Michigan's border with Canada have increased over the past year or so despite travel restrictions between the U.S. and Canada due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Michigan Reports 37,114 New COVID-19 Cases, 251 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
MDHHS Partnering With Michigan Libraries To Offer At-Home Test KitsAccording to the Department of Health and Human Services nearly 5,500 test kits were shipped this week in Calhoun, Clare, Newaygo, Oceana and Saginaw counties as well as the city of Detroit.
Detroit Mayor Duggan Announces $10M Commitment To Affordable HousingDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced a $10 million commitment to preserve and create affordable housing in Detroit.
Cold Weather Draws Tent Community To Hart Plaza, Detroit Mom Steps In To HelpThey’re all camped out for different reasons, but they all call a tent community beneath Hart Plaza home.
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital Getting Second Federal Medical TeamThe Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital is getting another federal team for assistance in response to rising COVID-19 cases.
Hamtramck Judge Shames 72-Year-Old Cancer Patient For Not Maintaining LawnA cancer patient has had a difficult time maintaining his lawn since being diagnosed, but a Hamtramck judge showed no sympathy.
MSP Discusses 5 Point Plan To Address Findings Of Racial Disparities With Traffic StopsAn independent study commissioned by the Michigan State Police (MSP) found racial and ethnic disparities in the frequency and outcomes of traffic stops conducted by troopers in 2020.
Michigan Department Of Transportation Releases 299 Winners Of Snowplow Naming ContestThe Michigan Department of Transportation announced more than 300 winners of its snowplow naming contest.
FAA Says Detroit Metro Airport, 49 Other Airlines Getting Buffer Zones To Block 5G SignalsThe Federal Aviation Administration says the Detroit Metro Airport is one of 50 airports to have a temporary protection buffer zone from 5G cellular signals.
Survey: 3,000 Jobs Lost, 1,500 Patients Discharged Following Auto Insurance Reimbursement CutA new survey of medical providers of car crash survivors found the recent car insurance reimbursement cut on July 1 has led to numerous job losses and medical discharges.
Red Cross Of Michigan In Dire Need Of Blood Donations, Taking Appointments For Upcoming Blood DrivesRed Cross of Michigan holds blood drives following the dire need for donors. The organization says they’re in crisis.
Alleged Oxford Shooter Ethan Crumbley Pleads Not GuiltyHis attorneys waived the formal reading of 24 federal charges, including first-degree murder and terrorism.
MI AG: Watch Out For Fake Covid Test KitsOnline thieves are selling fraudulent covid-related products or taking orders for products that will never arrive.
Michigan Receiving $44.9 Million From FEMA For COVID-19 ResponseThe funding will reimburse the state Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) for eligible costs relation COVID testing and reporting statewide from July 2021 to September 2021.
Health Officials Update COVID-19 Guidelines For K-12 Schools In MichiganThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services released updated K-12 guidelines for COVID-19 that reflect the updates the Centers for Disease Control made that include a shortened quarantine and isolation period in some cases.
Michigan State Health Leaders Predict Peak In Covid-19 Cases End Of January-Beginning Of FebruaryDuring COVID-19 update Tuesday, state health officials says cases and hospitalizations are at a pandemic high and they predict cases to peak by end of January.
Michigan Gas Prices Rise This Week, More Than $1 From A Year AgoAfter seeing gas prices decline at the end of 2021, Michigan is seeing prices go back up this week.