The COVID-19 pandemic has sent used car prices through the roof and turned the business upside down. It's causing changes for people looking to buy, sell and lease.
A Detroit woman who hosts an annual coat drive is in greater need of donations this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Washtenaw County updated its stay-in-place order for University of Michigan students with a voting clarification Friday ahead of the general election.
Winter high school sports in Michigan are expected to start on time while COVID-19 safety restrictions will remain in place.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed bills protecting businesses and hospitals from lawsuits related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As Michigan's COVID-19 cases grow, Michigan's chief medical director is urging everyone to keep their mask on as much as humanly possible and that just because something is allowed, doesn't mean you should do it.
Chittick says at Royal Oak Beaumont they have seen a steady increase in cases a majority of those patients being older with underlying health issues.
The state of Michigan will permit indoor visitation at longterm car facilities for the first time since March.
The numbers right now are the highest in the Upper Peninsula followed by the west side of the state. It is an increase school officials on the west side of Michigan are paying close attention to, notifying their school communities that, as a worst-case scenario, schools may have to shift to a distance learning model until cases decline.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer spoke for the first time in more than a month Wednesday on the state of COVID-19 in Michigan.
Students at the University of Michigan have been ordered to stay home due to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases on campus and off-campus.
Senate Bills 886 and 991 expand the unemployment benefits. Since March 15, Governor Whitmer’s administration has paid over $25 billion in benefits to 2.2 million workers, according to the state.
Mayors from 12 cities that host Big Ten football games sent a letter to the conference urging them to enact similar guidelines to protect against COVID-19 in the community as they do on the team.
A ruling in a federal court came down last week which gives the 35,000 prisoners in Michigan the ability to apply for the free money.
In June, the state restored Karl Manke's license - but he still faced criminal charges for violating the executive order until now. After the Michigan Supreme Court ruled Whitmer did not have the authority, the Shiawassee County prosecutor dismissed the criminal case.
Dozens of workers at the Four Seasons Rehabilitation and Nursing walked off the job Monday in protest of what they say are dangerous working conditions for very low pay.
Loyal customers in Dearborn lined up at the reopening Friday to Ricky's Sub Shop, which had been closed for seven months due to the pandemic and a tricky remodel.
"People keep saying 'I took care of you,' but I was unconscious for about two and a half months so I really don't remember them, but I am so thankful," said Deanna.
A COVID-19 exposure notification app pilot program, called MI COVID Alert, was launched on MSU’s campus and for the surrounding community.
Heather-Elizabeth Brown, an Emory University graduate and ordained minister now living in Detroit, was working as a police chaplain in early April of 2020 when she started not feeling well.