Costco Extends Special Shopping Hours As COVID-19 Cases RiseCostco is maintaining some of its special hours for seniors and those at higher risk of COVID-19.
Rising Rents in Metro DetroitFinding the perfect home can be a hassle, especially when looking for the perfect price.
Michigan reports 1,028 new COVID-19 cases, 14 deathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,028 coronavirus cases in the state and 14 additional deaths on Tuesday.
Michigan sees sharp increase in reports of Legionnaires’ diseaseThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is working with local health departments to investigate a recent increase in reports of Legionnaires’ disease.
Crime Stoppers Offers Reward Of Up To $ 2,500 For Information About The Inkster Shooting That Killed 2Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $ 2,500 for information about an incident where multiple shots killed two people.
Michigan sheriff in critical condition after weekend domestic accidentNeighbors have taken action to save the life of a Michigan sheriff who was injured at his Upper Peninsula home over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
3 dead near Michigan Country Music Festival were school buddiesThree young men who likely died from carbon monoxide exposure while camping near a country music festival in Michigan were friends who played high school football together, friends and family said.
Detroit Lions announce 2021 free family eventThe Detroit Lions have announced that the 2021 Family Fest event will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 7 at Ford Field.
Mayor Duggan discusses affordable housing and visits students at Carpenter Summer CampMayor Mike Duggan celebrates more affordable housing for the community and visits students attending a summer carpentry camp.
Canada to reopen border to U.S. visitors on August 9Canada will fully open its borders to fully vaccinated U.S. visitors on August 9.
Michigan gas prices peak in 2021Drivers should be prepared to pay even more at the gas pump, as Michigan gasoline prices are at an all time high for this year.
Ford recalls more than 850,000 vehiclesA new recall affects many Ford owners as the automaker recalls more than 850,000 vehicles.
Second flood leaves Detroit residents cleaning basements, yet againThe city of Detroit is offering to clean basements for skilled residents hard hit by the flooding, but neighbors on Lakewood Street say there has been no help in sight.
Here’s how Detroit ranks among America’s most stressed citiesWhen it comes to being stressed out, no one does it like Detroit and the Midwest.
New Providence Baptist Church to provide free food and clothing to thousands of people on Saturday, July 17It looks like a department store, but it’s actually the banquet hall at the New Providence Baptist Church in the western part of Detroit, and the hundreds of items will be given out for free on Saturday.
ProTEC USA Expands Manufacturing in Troy to Help Frontline WorkersSeveral elected officials and county officials from Michigan joined Cadillac today, as one of the automaker’s companies shows its manufacturing expansion to help frontline workers.
Michigan reports 881 new COVID-19 cases, 16 deathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 881 coronavirus cases in the state and 16 additional deaths on Friday.
Canada-U.S. Border could open to fully vaccinated Americans in AugustPrime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced that Canada will resume allowing fully vaccinated Americans to enter the country.
Senate to hold hearing on FBI’s handling of Larry Nassar caseThe Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing into the FBI’s handling of Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse case.
The Good Day Selfie Museum opens in downtown Ferndale, featuring over 20 photo exhibitsIt’s a good day for Catherine Tolbert-Wilson, 22, as she opens the doors to her brand new selfie museum.
J&J sunscreen recall: five Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreens recalled due to carcinogenic ingredientJohnson & Johnson is recalling four Neutrogena spray sunscreens and one Aveeno.
GM warns some bolt owners to park outside due to fire hazardGeneral Motors is telling owners of some older Chevrolet Bolts to park them outside and not charge them overnight because two of the electric cars caught fire after recall repairs were made.
Detroit animal shelter at full capacity, adoption fees waivedDetroit Animal Care and Control is crowded beyond its capacity and they need help giving the animals a home.