"The public's perception, no doubt, is changing," he said. "And I think in the future, stores like ours will continue to do well even though the competition is increasing."
The Detroit native and graduate of Cass Tech High School and Michigan State University launched Athlytic an app with a partner to connect student-athlete influencers to brands for endorsement opportunities, free for athletes and a fee for brands.
"I was like, is this a joke?" she said. "We got this phone call and I said this sounds like a scam, we probably shouldn't call back and our assistant GM, her name is Jess, and she said, 'Sarah we should try, maybe it's not a scam.'"
"I want to encourage more entrepreneurs to put things that people need, things that people want to do in communities," he said. "We need you to come."
Republican lawmakers in almost every U.S. state have introduced new voting bills that many argue will restrict access at the ballot. The GOP has said it will reduce election fraud.
The west-Michigan city's social district was created by the state Legislature as a way for the public to drink booze outdoors in parks and on the streets in the city.
Debbie Dingell spends an hour as a server at Miss Kim's Restaurant in Ann Arbor to help pass the "Raise the Wage Act."
Best Buy is testing out a new membership program, called Best Buy Beta, to provide customers with exclusive pricing, free standard shipping and delivery and other benefits.
With 58 outbreaks tied to indoor dining in the past week, Gov. Whitmer is urging people to get carry out rather than eat inside.
Friday is the start of Detroit Black Restaurant Week - the same day Whitmer requested a pause on in-door dining and other measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, so the dozens of restaurants participating are making changes.
At issue is Detroit’s “legacy” ordinance which gives longtime Detroiters and those impacted by the war on drugs' preferential treatment in the application process. That prompted a lawsuit against the city, the plaintiff argued the ordinance is unconstitutional and discriminatory.
"The problem is we can't get the help that we need to cover the (jobs) we have," said Nancy Streetman, A&W co-owner.
Pop-up in Downtown Detroit becomes the 5th location for Girl Boss Boutique.
West Michigan is getting 450 new jobs to help operate a $465 million facility expected to open in 2025. The city of Portage offered a 50% property tax abatement to construction a new facility there.
A group of Democratic senators is urging President Joe Biden to extend rescue measures for Americans — including recurring direct payments and extended jobless benefits — in his “Build Back Better” legislation.
Rapper Tone Tone becomes the first rapper to open up a Coney island on Detroit's eastside named "Toney Island."
"The purchase of personal protective equipment, such as masks, hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes, for the primary purpose of preventing the spread of coronavirus are deductible medical expenses," the agency said in a statement.
Michigan's seven-day average of new cases has increased 122% - the largest rise in the U.S. However, the governor said she had no plans put restrictions back into place.
Back in January, Rep. Ilhan Omar pushed for recurring stimulus checks instead of one-time payments.
When your car reaches the end of its life, it's not done yet. That old beater will get the form of a new life through meticulous work of ripping it apart.