Despite the pandemic, Wayne States Center for Urban Studies, AmeriCorps Urban Safety Program will be hosting its annual 2021 MLK Day event Monday.
You can commemorate the civil rights icon this MLK Day in several different ways from the safety of your home this year amid the pandemic. Here are just a few ideas.
Pandemic restrictions are limiting crowds in many places as people bid farewell to a year they’d prefer to forget.
The coronavirus scourge that dominated the year is also looming over New Year's festivities and forcing officials worldwide to tone them down.
A father working the frontlines at a DTE power plant in Monroe County was unable to come home for Christmas - but still received the best surprise ever from his family.
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Jennifer Aniston sparked a debate on social media after sharing a photo of a Christmas ornament that many thought made light of the coronavirus pandemic.
7-day Kwanzaa celebration offered at Charles H. Wright Museum
Officers of the Troy Police Department did a good deed on Christmas Day.
It was Christmas night 2020, and while it’s been a year like no other - it was a beautiful, snowy night at Campus Martius.
The Suncoast Hotel and Casino reported a man named Kevin won nearly $15.5 million from one of its slot machines Thursday night.
It’s Christmas Eve and 5-year-old Rosie McKee is spreading a much needed message of hope this holiday season.
Parking lots at stores are a little crowded the day before Christmas.
Millions of Americans have been jobless since the viral pandemic ripped through the U.S. economy in March, triggering a deep recession and causing widespread unemployment.
Thanks to the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), kids will be able to find St. Nick’s exact location at any given moment.
Esmeralda Torres of Brilliant Detroit passes out toys donated from The Robot Garage.
The Detroit Police Department gave away Christmas gifts to families in need.
Millions of Americans are traveling ahead of Christmas and New Year’s, despite pleas from public health experts that they stay home to avoid fueling the raging coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 320,000 nationwide.
While more retailers and restaurants than usual may be shutting their doors this Christmas, shoppers and would-be diners aren't completely out of luck.
Residents of a San Diego suburb were treated to a “Star Wars”-themed holiday light display, complete with the villain Darth Maul and a Jedi.