Detroit Charter School Door To Door Efforts To Find Students Missing From Classroom, Paying OffIn an effort to find students who had not shown up for school, staff at the Detroit Academy of Arts and Sciences have been making home visits looking for students. In the past two weeks they’ve located 60-70 kids and have returned them to school.
Michigan Reports 7,674 New COVID-19 Cases, 92 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
400 Henry Ford Health Employees Quit Over COVID-19 Vaccine MandateHundreds of Henry Ford Health System workers are out of their job after voluntarily quitting to avoid the company's vaccine mandate.
Kellogg's Strike: More Than 1,000 Workers Protest Wages, Benefits In Battle Creek, Other CitiesWorkers went on strike, at multiple Kellogg's plants across America, from Battle Creek Michigan, home of the food giant, to some of its largest plants across Nebraska and Pennsylvania.
Volunteers Prepare For This Year's ‘Hope Marches On,’ Salvation Army Red Kettle CampaignThe Salvation Army of Metro Detroit is launching its annual Red Kettle Christmas Campaign – raising funds to help metro Detroiters as they battle the impact of pandemic poverty. The nonprofit has set an $8.3 million fundraising goal for the 2021 Red Kettle Christmas Campaign.
GM Building Giant Battery Development Lab In Detroit SuburbGeneral Motors says it's building a huge new electric vehicle battery lab in Michigan where scientists will work on chemistry to cut costs 60% over current vehicles and allow people to travel 500 to 600 miles (800 to 965 kilometers) per charge.
Ambassador Bridge Explosive Investigation: Canadian Border Police Detain Driver Of VehicleInvestigators are still looking for answers at the Canadian border after reports of explosives put all traffic at a standstill on the Ambassador Bridge.
Canada Cites US Treaty In Pipeline Dispute In MichiganCanada invoked a treaty with the United States and asked a judge on Oct. 4 to suspend litigation over Michigan's effort to shut down a Great Lakes oil pipeline.
Steve's Soul Food Set to Re-Open, Closed for Almost Two YearsThe pandemic pushed the owner of Steve’s Soul Food to change his business model to keep the grill going.
MDHHS: COVID-19 Outbreaks In Schools Continue To IncreaseWe're now about one month into the school year for most Michigan students, and COVID-19 outbreaks continue to increase.
Michigan Man Arrested For Suspicious Vehicle He Parked Outside U.S. Supreme CourtA Kimball man is facing questions after police say he drove a suspicious vehicle in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building.
Here’s Michigan’s Favorite Halloween Candy, It’s Not Candy Corn AnymoreCan you guess which candy holds the heart of most Michiganders?
Fox-Creek Post Office On Detroit’s Eastside, Renamed In Honor Of Aretha FranklinOn January 5, 2021, legislation introduced in the House of Representatives by Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Michigan’s 14th District, was signed into law by the President to rename the Post Office building located at 12711 E. Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI as the “Aretha Franklin Post Office Building.”
CDC Issues New Holiday Travel Guidelines, Recommends Travelers To Be Fully VaccinatedThe CDC is urging those who travel for the holidays to be fully vaccinated.
99% Of Henry Ford Health System Employees VaccinatedHenry Ford Health System says 99% of its workers have gotten their shot or received an exemption.
Protestors Across Michigan Rally Against Anti-Abortion Laws, Call For More Rights For WomenFrom Detroit to Kalamazoo, hundreds of women rallied across the state this weekend to make their voices heard over a wave of anti-abortion laws.
U Of M Active Shooter Threat Mitigated By FBIU of M released an update on the online active shooter threat posted on social media, announcing there is no threat to the community from the individual who made the post. 
The Pink Fund Foundation Held 'Dancing For Survivors' Event At Campus Martius To Kick Off Breast Cancer Awareness MonthA sea of pink took over Campus Martius during Lunchtime on Friday, and all, for a worthy cause.
Postal Slowdown: Packages Could Arrive Late, Prices Will Go UpThe Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy, is planning to slow down deliveries and raise prices to balance the postal service budget.
Navy’s USS Carl M. Levin Christening Set For Saturday, Oct. 2One iconic Michigander and Detroiter lives on through a new U.S Navy guided-missile destroyer
Automakers Eye An Electric Future: GM, Ford To Be All Electric By 2040Despite the slowdown, electric vehicles are proving to be the future for automakers.
GM, Stellantis Plants To Restart Production As Chip Shortage EasesThe chip shortage crisis is easing up and General Motors and Stellantis confirm they're restarting production at some North American plants.
27 People Test Positive For COVID-19 After Attending Luke Bryan Concert In Livingston CountyA new warning from Livingston County after multiple people test positive for coronavirus after attending the Luke Bryan concert.
Northern Lights May Be Seen In Michigan On Sept. 30Some Michiganders might be able to see this while looking out their window on Thursday, Sept. 30.

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