Two Fiat-Chrysler workers got into a fight Monday night, resulting in one getting stabbed in the torso.
We talk with someone from Meadowbrook Insurance about the changes coming to auto insurance in Michigan beginning next month.
Ford Motor Company is allowing customers to return a new or leased car within one year of purchase if you face financial hardship due to loss of employment.
"From 6:30 until 2 in the morning we didn't work," said a Fiat Chrysler Plan Worker.
Ford revealed another revamp of its F-150 pickup truck Thursday, with a gas-electric hybrid version, internet connectivity, and a revamped interior.
A Ford spokesperson said the date is "purely coincidental."
Nine CEOs from Detroit's biggest corporations will give a joint statement against racism Wednesday morning.
A new executive order from the governor mandates insurance companies issue partial refunds to Michigan drivers.
While at the plant President Trump spoke exclusively 1-on-1 with FOX 2.
President Donald Trump visited the Ford plant in Ypsilanti, Mich. that's now producing ventilators
The Dearborn truck plant halted production to deep clean the facilty after an employee there tested positive for the virus.
After being closed for two months due to the outbreak, employees were up and at em at Fiat Chrysler's Warren truck assembly plant.
The White House confirms that President Donald Trump will travel to Ypsilanti on Thursday to thank Ford employees who are making PPE as part of the President's tour to thank businesses who are helping during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Employees for Michigan's auto industry went back to work amid the state's biggest test to reopen its economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We are really excited about turning things on Monday,” said Ford CEO Jim Hackett.
There is concern for FCA employees who are returning back to work after a team leader at the FCA Sterling Heights Assembly Plant says he's now home after pay after a co-worker tested positive for the coronavirus.
When Ford Motor Co restarts at plants on Monday it will be anything but business as usual.
Dr. Jeffrey Hess, the corporate medical director for General Motors is now working to make sure it's a safe reentry when workers come back to make cars, trucks and SUVs
The team leader says a couple hundred employees started work Monday. All of them filled out health questionnaires before entering the building. But he says another team leader - answered yes to one of the questions - because she had a cough.
A car in quarantine needs to stay active, too.