We talk with the owner of Fifth Avenue in Royal Oak after health officials say three people who tested positive for COVID-19 were at the bar on June 19.
There were hundreds of people present with little social distancing at a Royal Oak bar on June 19. Oakland County's medical director is warning that many of them could have been exposed to COVID-19 and is urging people to be on the lookout for symptoms.
Three people who tested positive for the coronavirus said they visited a crowded bar in Royal Oak on June 19, where others were potentially exposed to COVID-19.
Three individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 reported being at Fifth Avenue Royal Oak the evening of June 19, prior to the start of symptoms.
A virtual church service was cut short after it was crashed by hackers with disturbing, racist messages to the congregation on Zoom.
The status of the Woodward Dream Cruise commencing this year will be decided on Monday when its board will discuss the best direction for 2020.
The Emagine Theater in Royal Oak is set to host a Juneteenth film festival June 19-25, honoring the work of Black actors, screenwriters and filmmakers.
As the state and nation fought the spread of COVID-19, hospitals took precautions to help contain the virus.
Owner Luigi Cutraro said his wife came up with the idea. Instead of removing tables from this authentic Italian restaurant, they decided to social distance with ghosts - as white sheets cover some of the chairs creating a safe distance.
"We're giving them these warning letters just as a courtesy and a head's up to let you know that we will be coming back," said Carter, Royal Oak police.
The Detroit Zoo has reopened to members only as part of its soft opening approach amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Detroit Zoo is reopening to members on Monday, as part of a four-day soft opening before general admission tickets can be sold to non-members.
HopCat is closing its Royal Oak location, saying an agreement couldn't be made with the landlord.
Ida puts the rocks in front of her Royal Oak home and there's a sign telling people what to do.
These lucky dogs know nothing of COVID-19 but many of their owners are on the frontlines at nearby Beaumont Hospital facing life and death situations every day.
Like most other institutions, the Detroit Zoo is struggling without a consistent stream of visitors traveling to see the enclosures as it remains closed due to COVID-19. While it waits to reopen, staff are studying the animals to see how they react to fewer visitors
Although Governor Gretchen Whitmer's Stay at Home Order expires at the end of May, concerns over the spread of the virus will likely stick around well into the summer and beyond.
The Proving Grounds Coffee Shop has been in Milford for three years. This January they opened a second location in downtown Royal Oak where Gayle's Chocolates used to be.
Employees are working hard but also working six feet apart and with masks on. They are watching the animals closely that are for the first time living at the zoo minus the 15,000 summer daily visits from humans.
"We were trying to figure out what we could do to pivot and someone said bingo - and I went, drag queen bingo - that's exactly what would be awesome," said Shaffer of Jim Shaffer and Associates.