Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has ordered all bars to close indoor service throughout most of lower Michigan to protect against the spread of COVID-19 to the Upper Peninsula and Traverse City regions.
A family is searching for the man who stepped up and took Kyle Hoffman to the hospital after a horrible crash.
Reynolds, a 32-year-old father of five from Detroit, can't believe how defeated he felt just 24 hours ago. He had gotten a call early Thursday morning that the home he had been working to fix up - day and night - for the last several months, had burned.
An adult program for people with dementia forced to close their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic turns to Zoom sessions to keep their participants engaged and connect them with their friends during this tough time.
Police have arrested the father and son who were wanted for the murder of a Flint Family Dollar security guard who was killed last Friday following a dispute with a customer who would not put on a mask in the store.
There's something about giving people their flowers while they're still here to smell them - and for Nathaniel and Carolyn Elem's family, they are simply grateful to for the opportunity.
An Oxford family is opening up their farm and will show off their pet goats at your next virtual hangout.
Schoolcraft College in southeast Michigan is graduating its largest class of nurses ever - 168 of them, graduating amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Trying to find a creative way to thank our frontline heroes, Kinney, a third grade teacher at Michigan Virtual Charter Academy in Grand Rapids, had an idea.
Doctors treated Kaatz at Henry Ford tried every treatment at their disposal - including hydroxychloroquin, remdesivir, and finally the plasma from a person who recovered from COVID-19 and had antibodies.
The driver was on southbound I-75 near Sigler Road in Berlin Township at the time of the traffic stop.
Refusing to let COVID-19 win, a couple kept their April 11 wedding date by holding a virtual wedding with family and friends that felt as loving and happy as an in-person wedding.
Nearly 40 MI COVIDsittters are on standby ready to help essential workers with things like pet sitting, childcare, household errands, and more.
"She was a beautiful kid," said Lavondria Herbert. "She always hugged you and said I love you, so many times a day out of the blue. And it was just wonderful having her the time that I did."
But then the oddest thing happened. Generous neighbors added all kinds of food, and even self-care products like shampoo.
A group of nurses at Henry Ford Hospital have rallied together to wear superhero shirts while fighting COVID-19.
The border can be a dividing line. Here we see healthcare workers as heroes, but back at home they can face scrutiny. Some think healthcare workers are bringing the virus to Windsor where it is not as widespread.
One Michigan teacher is taking the extra step to keep her students feeling encouraged amid the uncertainty.
Artist Rebecca Lowe is brightening up her Woodhaven community with amazing chalk drawings with inspiring messages.