Larry Nassar Loses Last Appeal In Sexual Assault ScandalThe Michigan Supreme Court on Friday rejected a final appeal from sports doctor Larry Nassar, who was sentenced to decades in prison for sexually assaulting gymnasts, including Olympic medalists.
FDA Authorizes COVID-19 Vaccines For Children Under 5The Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines are now authorized for emergency use in young children. The US Food and Drug Administration expanded the authorizations for the vaccines Friday to include children as young as 6 months.
Detroit Police: Phase 2 Underway In Search For Zion FosterLaw enforcement began Phase 2 of Operation Justice for Zion Foster this week in Metro Detroit to locate 17-year-old Zion Foster.
University Of Michigan Approves New Budget, Increase Tuition And HousingThe University of Michigan Board of Regents approved a new budget for the upcoming academic year.
Analyst: Michigan Gas Prices To Drop Below $5 This WeekendAlthough Michigan gas prices have reached $5, Patrick De Haan of GasBuddy says they may soon fall below that.
Celebrate Juneteenth This Weekend At These Events In Metro DetroitCommunities across Metro Detroit will celebrate Juneteenth this weekend with events with music, film and other activities.
Mental Health Services Expanding In Rural CommunitiesDr. Jaschon Proctor is leading the initiative to create crisis prevention programs through art therapy, medicine, and counseling.
Detroit's QLine Extending Hours Beginning This WeekendThe extension means the QLine will be operational until midnight from Monday to Saturday.
Michigan Preorders COVID-19 Vaccine For Children Under 5 As Officials Await AuthorizationMichigan has preordered COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5 after a Food and Drug Administration panel voted to recommend both Pfizer and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines for the age group.
New Program Provides Funding To Improve Detroit NeighborhoodsBlock clubs, neighborhood associations and non-profits can apply for grants ranging from $500 to $15,000 to revitalize their communities.
Several Thousands Of Gallons Of Oily Material In Flint RiverSeveral thousands of gallons of an oil-based, dark black material with a petroleum smell spilled into the Flint River in Flint, authorities said Wednesday.
Baby Formula Production At Abbott's Michigan Plant Delayed After Flooding From Severe StormsAbbott has stopped production of EleCare formula in its Sturgis, Michigan, plant after severe storms led to flooding inside the plant, the company said, probably delaying production of new formula for a few weeks.
Over 2.9M Ford Vehicles Recalled Due To Risk Of Roll Away CrashesFord is recalling over 2.9 million vehicles to fix a transmission problem that can increase the risk of inadvertent rollaway crashes.
Michigan Carpenters Union Opens New Training Center In DetroitThe Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights is celebrating the grand opening of a new state-of-the-art training center in northwest Detroit.
Detroit Renters Encouraged To Apply For COVID Relief FundIf you're facing eviction in Detroit, there are only two weeks left to submit new applications.
Michigan AG Nessel: Oxford School Board Rejects Offer To Provide Weapon Detection DogOxford Community Schools board rejected Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel's offer of having a dog trained to detect explosives and firearms in schools for the next academic year.
Grand Rapids Police Officer Christopher Schurr Fired After Patrick Lyoya ShootingChristopher Schurr, the police officer charged with murder in the death of Patrick Lyoya, has been fired from the Grand Rapids Police Department.
City Of Detroit Opens Cooling Centers Due To Extreme HeatIn wake of the extreme heat, the City of Detroit is opening cooling centers to offer residents some relief.
Mayor Duggan Explains to Detroiters Need to Know about COVID Aid For RentersMayor Duggan will be joined by city partners to urge Detroit renters and landlords impacted by COVID to apply for CERA (Covid Emergency Rental Assistance) before the end of the month, as MSHDA has announced it will stop accepting new applications for assistance June 30th. This only applies to tenants or landlords who have not yet applied for CERA.
Carpenters Union Unveis State-of-the-art Training Center in Detroitmong the most modern of its kind, the 145,000-square-foot training center houses classrooms and training areas for hands-on experience and real-world simulations. Apprentices and workers training at the center will use methods and tools that include some of the most advanced in the construction industry. The new center will also include space for community events. U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh will join the celebration virtually.
Michigan Drivers Can Now Purchase Digital License PlatesThe state is the third in the U.S. to approve the use of digital license plates, following behind California and Arizona.
Ohio Health Department Identifies Probable Monkeypox Case, No Cases Reported In MichiganThe Ohio Department of Health announced a probable case of monkeypox infection in the state.
Detroit Becomes 1st City To Receive Comcast Digital Navigator Grants, 3 Organizations Receive $225KDetroit is the first city to receive Comcast digital navigator grants, which will help further the company's commitment to providing internet access to individuals across the nation.
Salvation Army Holds Ceremony To Kick Off $4.3M Expansion Of Detroit Conner Creek Corps Community CenterThe Salvation Army of Metro Detroit is holding a ceremony to kick-off the expansion of the Detroit Conner Creek Corps Community Center.