About 87% of COVID intensive care unit patients are unvaccinated, according to newly released data from the Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA).
Michigan Reports 39,372 New COVID-19 Cases, 36 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Sparrow Hospital In Lansing Becomes 6th Hospital In Michigan To Secure Federal Medical TeamA federal medical team has been secured for Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, making it the sixth hospital in Michigan to receive staffing assistance.
Lawsuit Filed Against University Of Michigan Days After $490M Settlement Of Sexual Abuse ClaimsDays after the University of Michigan settled a $490 million sexual abuse lawsuit in connection with the late Dr. Robert Anderson, another lawsuit was filed against the university.
Detroit Family Seeking Justice 1 Year After 21-Year-Old Man Shot, KilledThe family of 21-year-old Devin George is seeking justice one year after he was shot and killed in Detroit.
Cousin Of Missing Teen Charged With Lying To OfficersThe 21-year-old is accused of one count of lying to a peace officer in a violent crime investigation, a four-year felony and one count of lying to a peace officer during a felony investigation, a two-year prison sentence.
Body Found In Red Cedar River Identified As Brendan Santo, MSU Police SayA body found Friday in the Red Cedar River has been confirmed as that of 18-year-old Brendan Santo, who vanished on Oct. 29 while visiting the Michigan State University campus, police said.
Doctors Warn Of Heart Attack Risk While Shoveling SnowAccording to the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health for all, many people may face an increased risk of a heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest after shoveling heavy snow.
Oakland County Commissioners Approve $3.2 Million In Response To Oxford High School ShootingThe Oakland County Board of Commissioners approved more than $3.2 million in response to the deadly shooting at Oxford High School in November.
Oxford High School Reopening Jan. 24 For First Time Since ShootingThe Michigan high school where four students were fatally shot in late November will reopen Monday for the first time since the attack.
Starbucks Cancels COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate After Supreme Court RulingStarbucks is no longer requiring its U.S. workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, reversing a plan it announced earlier this month.
Consumer Alert: How To Avoid Fake N95, KN95 MasksA consumer alert tonight to watch out for fake masks if you're trying to buy an N95 or KN95 mask.
Flint Public Schools Staying Virtual Indefinitely Due To Large Amount Of Positive COVID-19 CasesFlint students will remain out of the classroom even longer due to a surge of new COVID-19 cases.
Michigan Prisons Follows CDC, Allows COVID-Positive Staff To Work After 5 Days With Mild SymptomsDue to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in Michigan, hospitals, schools and just about every industry is experiencing a critical staff shortage, and prisons in the state is no exception.
MSU Police Find Body That Is Believed To Be Brendan Santo In Red Cedar RiverThe Michigan State Police have recovered a body that is believed to be 18-year-old Brendan Santo, who was last seen on Oct. 29, 2021.
The Amazing Race Restarts Giving Detroit Contestants Second ChanceTHE AMAZING RACE: After being forced to pause season 33 after 3 legs because of the pandemic, Wednesday's episode of The Amazing Race picks up 19 months later, the show’s longest pit stop. Here's a preview of the changes the show implemented to keep the teams safe and a look at some of the life milestones the teams experienced while waiting for the competition to restart.
Winning Lotto 47 Ticket Worth $1.43 Million Sold In WarrenA winning lottery ticket worth $1.43 million has yet to be claimed. And it was sold in Warren.
Meijer Offering Free Delivery On Orders $35 And MoreIf you need groceries but want to avoid going in the store, Meijer says it has you covered.
Ford Recalls 200K Vehicles Over Brake Light ProblemsFord is recalling about 200,000 cars in the U.S. to fix a problem that can stop the brake lights from turning off.
‘He Sang The National Anthem At Our Graduations,' Sheriff Washington Remembers Wayne County Corporal Who Died From COVID-19Tragedy once again strikes the Wayne County Sheriff’s office as they lose another to COVID-19, making this the 5th staff member to die from the illness.
Man Charged With Murder, Dismemberment Of Detroit MotherA Detroit man is charged with murdering and dismembering 32-year-old Latima Warren, who authorities say was his girlfriend.
Person Of Interest In Zion Foster Case Turns Himself InDetroit Police say a person of interest in the case of a missing teen turned himself in.
Tenants Fed Up Over No Heat & Hot Water At The Sapphire Apartments, Management RespondsThe Sapphire on North Park Drive is advertised as an elegantly designed, luxury apartment building, but when CW50 stopped by there were holes in the walls and elevators out of order.
Attorney Representing Abuse Survivors Speaks Out Following UM $490 SettlementAfter almost two years attorneys representing over 1,050 sexual abuse claimants reached a settlement with the University of Michigan in the tune of $490 million.
Here Is The Top 'Should I...' Question Searched In Michigan In 2021, AT&T ReportsAccording to a report from AT&T, that question was the most searched in Michigan and three other states -- Nevada, Kentucky and Missouri -- in 2021. The company recently released the most googled "Should I..." question for every state.