Starting Monday, everyone 16 and older will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine; Governor Whitmer encourages everyone to get vaccinated.
Hundreds of thousands of Michigan residents will soon be vaccinated at Ford Field over the next few weeks.
Over the next eight weeks, Ford Field will administer 335,000 vaccines as part of the U.S. Government's first mass vaccine effort.
Staff at Ford Field will process about 2,500 vaccines as a test run to make sure everything runs smoothly ahead of the state's mass vaccination center's opening.
Adults age 50 and older and people that are 16 years or older with medical conditions can now get a vaccine in Michigan under new health guidelines.
On Thursday, Michigan officials from both private and public groups announced plans to roll out the COVID-19 vaccines at Ford Field start next Wednesday, March 24.
After a dry run of inoculating teachers weeks ago, Ford Field is about to start hosting 6,000 vaccine appointments daily. It will open as a mass vaccination center beginning March 24.
Ford Field will become a mass vaccination site for all adults in the state starting in April.
Ford Field will have the capacity to administer up to 6,000 shots a day and will run seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
To help get the COVID-19 vaccine into more arms, Meijer and Ford Field held a vaccination clinic on Monday for 2,600 teachers.
Detroit's Ford Field will be home to thousands of ballots this election as the Lions and the city partner to help ensure a secure election.
Fans can purchase cutouts of themselves to be placed at Detroit Lions football games during the season.
The Detroit Lions announced Tuesday that owner Martha Firestone Ford will step down as principal owner of the team.
Nine CEOs from Detroit's biggest corporations will give a joint statement against racism Wednesday morning.
Garth Brooks is bringing his stadium tour to Detroit in February 2020 with a show at Ford Field with all seats costing less than $100.
The Beatification Mass for Father Solanus Casey is coming up next month. For those of you who wanted to attend but couldn't get one of the thousands of tickets that were quickly snapped up, you have one last chance.
Guys often don't take care of their health - so we're teaming up with the MIU Men's Health Foundation to raise awareness about men's health issues.
The MIU Men's Health Foundation is raising awareness about men's health issues this weekend at the annual Men's Health Event.
Several Detroit Lions players kneeled during the national anthem and linked arms with standing players, the coach and team owner -- part of a unified protest against comments made by President Donald Trump.
The organizers of Ford Field will host the 5th annual, Taste of the Lions, charity event on May 17.