The Fourth of July will be explosive throughout the country and fireworks stores say sales are way up this year.
A big step by one of Michigan's largest health care systems will be taken Tuesday as Beaumont plans to reopen its Wayne location at 8 a.m.
The campus will reopen in phases as the health system brings staff back, the health system said in a press release.
Beaumont Hospital, Wayne plans to reopen soon to serve both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients after receiving required regulatory approvals.
Investigators from the Wayne County Health Division are looking into a makeshift morgue set up up by Beaumont Health
Essential household items like toilet tissue, disinfectant and gloves have been extremely hard to find during COVID-19 but one Downtown Wayne business is making it just a little bit easier for us.
It happened quick and without any warning at the Wayne location, according to a union president representing 300 healthcare workers.
Beaumont Wayne said in a late statement today that it will be a reserve COVID-19 hospital as COVID-19 patient numbers drop. But people who work there have not gotten any definitive word on whether the hospital is closing.
The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, says her grandfather is at the Wayne Beaumont hospital. Nurses informed her family that he was dying from the novel coronavirus.
One nurse who wished to remain anonymous, says some staffers are being sent home without pay if there's no room for them to work at other hospitals.
Beaumont doctors will decide which COVID-19 positive patients will be moved to the hospital in Wayne and the transition will happen as soon as possible.
Ford Motor Company is temporarily closing its final assembly building at the Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne after an employee there tested positive for the coronavirus COVID-19.
Avery Hall left Wayne Memorial High School during his junior year, in 1953, to join the Army and serve in the Korean War. Years later, he got married and then served in Vietnam.
Police say a 26-year-old man is dead after his vehicle was hit by a train in Wayne Saturday.
Thousands of people still are without power Friday morning after storms rolled through the area the night before.
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At this time, voters in Oakland, Wayne, Macomb, and Washtenaw Counties appear to have rejected the tax increase that would expand public transportation in the Detroit Metro Area.
The Amtrack train was going from Chicago to Pontiac when the accident happened about 10:40 p.m.