Detroit Actor Making A Name For Himself In Hollywood, Appearing In Season Premiere Of CW's 'All American'Detroit actor and Cass Tech graduate making name for himself in Hollywood. Will appear in the season premiere of CW's "All American."
Demolition Begins Soon In Detroit For About 1,300 Vacant Properties After Proposal N Passed In NovemberThe first wave of demolitions under the recently passed Proposal N will soon be underway.
Two Redford Township Men Charged With More Than 200 Cases of Stolen MailTwo accused men face federal charges in connection to identity theft and stealing mail.
Missing 15-Year-Old Teen From Taylor, Gloria Alvarado, Found Safe After Missing Two MonthsTwo months after a missing teen girl's family pleaded for her safe return, and police say she has been found safe.
Wayne County Chooses New Sheriff Replacing Benny NapoleonWayne county has chosen deputy chief Raphael Washington for the sheriff spot.
Michigan Reports 2,598 New COVID-19 Cases, 29 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,698 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 139 deaths for Wednesday.
Governor Whitmer Activated The National Guard at Michigan CapitalGov. Gretchen Whitmer activated the National Guard, the state police continued to augment its presence at the Capitol, and crews prepared to install a 6-foot fence around the 142-year-old building before potential protests ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
Powerball Prize Raises to $750M For Friday’s DrawingThere were no Powerball winners Wednesday night pushing the jackpot to at least 640-million dollars.
Johnson & Johnson Close To Release Of Their COVID-19 VaccineResearchers say Johnson and Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine generates a durable immune response with minimal side effects.
Hypnotherapy Effective Way To Reduce Stress, Kick Bad Habits And Alter Negative ThoughtsA local counselor is working to help people relieve stress levels in the pandemic.
Lions Hire Brad Holmes As New GMThe Detroit Lions have agreed to terms with Brad Holmes to be their general manager, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.
Michigan College & Pro Basketball Teams Postponed Games Due To COVID-19Michigan's college and professional basketball teams have postponed this week's games due to COVID-19.
Michigan Reports 2,698 New COVID-19 Cases, 139 Deaths ThursdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,698 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 139 deaths for Wednesday.
Detroit Casinos Partial Reopening Starting FridayDetroit casinos are hopeful for a partial reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Unique Outdoor Dining Experience Coming To Mexican Town Will Resemble LuminariasOn Thursday installation began on the first of 15 unique outdoor dining spaces that resembles Luminarias. They will be placed at 3 different restaurants in Mexican town.
Unemployment Rises Across US and In Michigan965,00 people filed for unemployment benefits last week, according to the labor department.
Two Michigan GOP Lawmakers Joined Democrats In Voting In Favor of Impeaching President TrumpTwo Republican Michigan congressmen voted in favor of the second impeachment of president trump.
Nine Former Michigan Officials Including Rick Snyder Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter And Other ChargesNine officials were hit with new charges this morning tied to the flint water crisis including former Michigan governor Rick Snyder.
Apple Plans To Open Tech Development School In Detroit This YearApple CEO Tim Cook announced plans to open a tech development school in Detroit this year.
MSP Provides Warning Signs For Terrorism Or Suspicious ActivityMichigan State Police say all Michiganders can be on the lookout for terrorism or suspicious activity.
All Air Travelers Will Need Negative COVID-19 Test Enter U.S.The new rules go into effect on Jan. 26 under an order signed by the CDC.
City Of Detroit Begins Mass COVID-19 Vaccinations For Eligible Residents At TCF GarageStarting Wednesday the City of Detroit starts mass COVID-19 vaccinations for eligible residents. 400 vaccinations were given in the TCF parking structure garage.
Michigan Reports 2,694 New COVID-19 Cases, 32 Deaths WednesdayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 2,694 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 32 deaths for Wednesday.
Dine-In Resumes Feb. 1, Group Exercise And Non-Contact Sports Back ThursdayBars and restaurants will soon be welcoming patrons back. Wednesday Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced that in-door dining could resume Feb. 1.

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