"We have to pack 42,000 boxes every month and deliver that many - and do it again the next month," Amber Kainz said.
"(Kilpatrick's) sentence was 28 years," he said. "And I think reasonable minds can disagree about that. I can see a lot of people thinking that it is excessive. But what he eventually only served, was seven years."
The city of Detroit is expanding who can get the COVID-19 vaccines and says progress is being made on the supply issues.
Michigan announced on Thursday that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits are being extended by 15% through June of 2021.
Michigan restaurants are still on track to reopen indoor dining on Feb. 1. However, they'll likely come with added restrictions.
Not all bowling alleys are represented in a new lawsuit against the state. Only five are listed as plaintiffs. It claims that if businesses can't fully operate with food service, then they are asking for some compensation from the state.
Senator Lauwers is drafting legislation right now to pro-rate the cost of liquor licenses. He’ll have it on the Senate floor early next month.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer rolled back restrictions on indoor dining starting on Feb. 1, allowing restaurants and concessions at movie theaters and more to reopen with restrictions.
Michigan restaurants and bars are now permitted to continue indoor service after months of closures. However, restaurants must abide by curfew rules and capacity limits.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services director Robert Gordon abruptly resigned Friday afternoon, the same day that the state was reopening restaurants for indoor dining at a limited capacity and with a curfew.
On Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021, the state of Michigan reported 1,601 cases of COVID-19 and 221 deaths linked to the virus. The deaths announced today includes 205 deaths identified during a Vital Records review.
All three individuals are associated with the University of Michigan, according the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on Thursday.
The City of Detroit says its COVID-19 vaccine supply is lower than expected but are adjusting their scheduling and switching to Moderna.
As the doses of vaccine come into the state more and more people are getting their shots. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reporting 5.4 percent of people in Michigan 16 years and older have gotten their first dose of the vaccine.
Her chilling rendition brought everyone to tears. Lori Key's angelic voice went viral giving hope to hospital workers and patients at her hospital and across the country.
Detroit Police apologize after woman evicted with cops' help
The rate of vaccinations against COVID-19 has been lower than many hoped but Henry Ford Health System says it expects to vaccinate more people soon.
McKesson said the cause of this, which impacted at least 21 shipments is under investigation, according to the state.
Medical experts say while the COVID-19 vaccine appears to be effective with this new variant, children could be more at risk of getting sick.
Funds from the Michigan Economic Development Corp. are up for grabs for businesses hurt by the pandemic. Small businesses that were forced to close can apply for up to $20,000 in available money.