A Michigan judge on Wednesday extended an order that bars county prosecutors from enforcing a 1931 ban on abortion.
Salvation Army Collecting Supplies For Back To School DriveGoing back to school is getting expensive.
DNR Conservation Officer, Monroe Firefighter Recognized After Rescuing Stranded 14-Year-OldTwo men received Lifesaving Awards from the DNR Law Enforcement Division after rescuing a 14-year-old boy who was stranded in cold water at the Dunbar Quarry, according to officials with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Man, 48, Arraigned In Death Of Co-Worker At GM Orion Assembly PlantA 48-year-old man has been arraigned on an open murder charge in connection with fatally assaulting his co-worker at the General Motors assembly plant in Orion Township, according to the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.
133,000 People Remain Under Boil Water Advisory In Michigan, Could Take Weeks Before Water Is Safe To DrinkOfficials in Shelby Township set up water distribution centers for residents who continue to be impacted by a water main break that has over 130,000 people under a boil water advisory.
Ribs RnB Music Festival Kicks Off This Weekend In Downtown DetroitOrganizers say the event includes more than 20 food vendors and eight full service bars, along with shopping.
Hackers Target School Systems To Get Private DataAccording to Check Point Software Technologies, a cybersecurity firm, cyberattacks are up 114% in the education sector because its systems are data rich.
3 Arrested After Firing Shots At Officers, Leading Them On High-Speed Chase Ending In Allen ParkThree people are in custody after leading Michigan State Police troopers and Detroit officers on a high-speed chase while firing shots from an AR-15 pistol at them.
'A Blessing': Expungement Fair Held In Detroit As Attendees Hope For A Fresh StartA second chance for over 100 people who registered for an expungement fair in Detroit Friday.
City Of Detroit Donates 500 Computers To Be Refurbished, Given To FamiliesDetroit officials say hundreds of city government computers will be refurbished and given to families in need of access to the internet.
CBS Mornings' Gayle King Visits Detroit, Motown MuseumSitting in the same studio where legendary group the temptations recorded their hit song my girl, CBS’ Gayle King and the last living member of the group Otis Williams sat down to talk about their journey and impact.
Ford, DTE Energy Announce Plan To Increase Solar Power In MichiganThrough its MIGreenPower program, DTE Energy will add 650 megawatts of new solar energy in Michigan for Ford, which will increase the total amount of installed solar by nearly 70% in the state.
Petition Calls On Automakers To Cease Business With Suppliers That Use Hexavalent ChromiumHundreds of signatures have been collected on a petition calling on major auto companies to stop doing business, or using parts, from suppliers that utilize hexavalent chromium.
Protesters Call For Huron River Polluters To Pay UpProtesters are demanding for state regulators to issue fines and for legislators to create tougher pollution laws.
Michigan Environment Department Issues Violation Notices To Tribar Manufacturing In Huron River Chemical ReleaseThe Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) says it is issuing violation notices to Tribar Manufacturing in Wixom, the company responsible for a chemical spill in the Huron River.
Detroit Department Of Transportation Adds 28 New BusesInvesting in the fleet is the next step for public transit in Detroit. The city’s Department of Transportation unveiled 28 new passenger buses.
Motown Museum Set To Reopen This Weekend With Expansion Project Near CompletionThe Motown Museum celebrated the completion of the first two phases of its expansion project on Monday with Motown stars Smokey Robinson, the Temptations’ Otis Williams and more in attendance.
Jury Picked In 2nd Trial In Gov. Whitmer Kidnap PlotJury selection started Tuesday in the second trial of two men charged with conspiring to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020 over their disgust with restrictions early in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fire Destroys Home Next To Little Caesars ArenaA fire has destroyed a home next to the Little Caesars Arena on Monday. The home was once listed for sale for millions of dollars.
Water Testing Shows No Detection Of Hexavalent Chromium After SpillTesting done by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) over the weekend did not detect the presence of hexavalent chromium in the Huron River following the release of the chemical in the water system last week.
Erosion Along I-94 Prompts Emergency Action From Macomb County OfficialsErosion near Interstate 94 in Macomb County have prompted emergency action, according to county officials.
Senate GOP Facing Criticism Following Insulin Cap VoteSunday Senate Republicans blocked a $35 monthly cap on the drug for people on private insurance.
Michigan AG Nessel Seeks Special Prosecutor In 2020 Tabulator ProbeThe Michigan Attorney General's office is asking that a special prosecutor investigate whether the Republican candidate for state attorney general and others should be charged in connection with an effort to gain access to voting machines after the 2020 election.
Lighthouse Partners With Gleaners To Expand Food ReliefSmall food pantries are closing following the pandemic. As emergency funds to support operations run out Lighthouse is teaming up with Gleaners to fill the need in Oakland County.
3 Dead, 9 Hurt In Separate Weekend Shootings In DetroitSeparate shootings over the weekend in Detroit left three people dead and several others wounded.