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Biden to make 2nd visit to Michigan as president

President Joe Biden is slated to make his second visit to Michigan since taking office in January, the White House announced Tuesday morning. He is...

Detroit goes door-to-door, pays drivers to promote COVID-19 vaccinations

In an effort to boost its number of COVID-19 vaccinated residents, the city of Detroit on Tuesday launched a campaign targeting neighborhoods around six...

200+ federal workers coming to help Michigan with COVID vaccinations

More than 200 federal personnel are headed to the state to assist at three mass COVID-19 vaccination sites: DeVos Place in Grand Rapids, as...

Detroit tries to catch up in COVID vaccination rates, especially for...

As Detroit struggles to meet the challenge of getting more residents immunized against COVID-19, significantly fewer Motor City residents aged 16 to 29 have...

Educators and students push state to close schools while COVID cases...

A coalition of Michigan educators and Detroit Public Schools Community District students have banded together urging the state to pause all in-person learning while...

Rep. faces felony charge with 2-year prison time, among other charges...

A virtual arraignment for state Rep. Jewell Jones (D-Inkster) on Friday revealed that the 26-year-old lawmaker could face prison time related to his car...

Whitmer expands COVID-19 therapeutic recovery options to ease rising hospitalization numbers

While the pandemic continues to worsen here in Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday urged Michiganders who contract COVID-19 and have pre-existing conditions to...

McDonald aims to bring human-first approach to Oakland County prosecutor’s office

A big shift is underway in Oakland County. Karen McDonald, just 103 days into her role as county prosecutor, is making way for a new...

Judge freezes Detroit marijuana business application process  

A federal judge on Wednesday halted the city of Detroit from processing recreational marijuana business applications. U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman issued a temporary restraining...

‘This could set women back generations’: The pandemic recession’s toll on...

When the COVID-19 pandemic began driving women from their jobs en masse a little more than one year ago, West Michigan Works employees were...

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