GM Launches New Website To Connect Potential EV Buyers With SpecialistsGeneral Motors is launching a new tool called "EV Live."
Rocket Mortgage Classic Kicking Off In Detroit June 28The Rocket Mortgage Classic is kicking off Thursday at the Detroit Golf Club. Top golfers will be present, including Cam Davis, who returns as the defending champion. It is the fourth year the golf club is hosting the event.
Detroit Leaders Break Ground On Affordable Housing Project In CorktownBig changes are coming to Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood as the city broke ground on the first phase of a large-scale affordable housing project
Michigan Reports 19,653 New COVID-19 Cases, 137 Deaths Over The Last WeekThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Grocery Rates Up, More Funds For Bridge Card HoldersOver 700,000 households across the state will benefit from emergency food allotments this month.
Detroit Pistons Unveil Return Of Classic Teal Jerseys For 2022-23 SeasonThe Detroit Pistons announced Monday that the "Classic Edition" uniforms will be back for the 2022-23 season. Officials say the jerseys are expected to make an appearance in about 10 games during the season as part of the rotation.
Arts, Beats & Eats Returns To Metro Detroit For 25th AnniversaryGet ready to rock out as the 25th annual Soaring Eagle Arts, Beats & Eats is expected to feature 200 musical acts this year.
Metro Detroit Organization Collects Toys For Patients At Children’s Hospital Of MichiganIt’s Christmas in July at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. The local organization, Sophia’s Rainbow, spent the last year collecting toys for patients at the hospital.
Investing In Detroit: How New Development Projects Signal Change In The CityA sign of growth and change is how a new project replacing the Joe Louis Arena is being described by the CEO of Downtown Detroit Partnership.
Mayor Duggan Pushes For 2020 Census AppealDuggan says there are at least 50,000 people missing from the 2020 Census and that means big dollars lost for the city.
UM Med Students Walk Out On Anti-Abortion Keynote Speaker Dr. Kristin CollierDozens of incoming University of Michigan medical students walked out of their medical school induction ceremony Sunday to protest a keynote speaker with anti-abortion views.
3 Injured After Small Plane Crash In Macomb County, Missing Dog FoundA Chicago couple and their teenage niece have been injured after the small plane they were in crashed in Ray Township.
MSP: Trooper Revives 18-Month-Old Baby Who Ingested Heroin In RosevilleMichigan State Police say a trooper revived an 18-month-old girl after she ingested heroin from her mother's vehicle.
Michigan Launches New Website To Track Monkeypox CasesThe site shows the latest numbers, signs and symptoms, plus ways to keep your family safe.
Michigan Zoo Welcomes Binturong BabiesThe Potter Park Zoo in Lansing welcomed three baby bintlets on the Fourth of July, which is the first binturong birth at the zoo in over two decades.
Jack Thompson Helped Build The Mackinac Bridge; Now He Has A Piece Of ItIn 1956, Jack Thompson was part of the crew that built the Mackinac Bridge. And now, the 93-year-old has a part of it with him.
I-94 In Detroit Closed For 7 Days To Move Second Avenue BridgeThe Michigan Department of Transportation is reminding drivers that I-94 in Detroit will be closed for seven days as crews move the Second Avenue bridge.
Minimum Age For Tobacco Sales Raised To 21 In MichiganA new legislation in Michigan raises the minimum age for tobacco sales to 21 years old.
Wayne County Hosting Expungement Fair On July 23Wayne County is holding its first Expungement Fair next month.
Ethan Crumbly in Court Again TodayJudge decided to keep him inside Oakland County Jail.
Domestic Violence Turns DeadlyReporter Ray Strickland looks at how recent murders in Detroit stemmed from domestic violence.
City Begins $6M Remake Of Roosevelt Park In Detroit's CorktownThe city of Detroit broke ground on a $6 million transformation of Roosevelt Park, located in front of Michigan Central Station.
Detroit City Council President Pro Tem Says Recreational Marijuana Ordinance Ensures Social EquityA move to get Detroiters in the recreational marijuana business is sparking backlash, but Detroit Council President Pro Tem James Tate says the ordinance is meant to ensure ownership opportunities for residents.
Detroit Officials Unveil $203 Million Affordable Housing PlanDetroit leaders unveiled a $203 million affordable housing plan Thursday to address housing insecurity in the city.

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