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Pistons fans bring fashion and culture to the gamesFans say it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience you’ll only get in Detroit at Little Caesars Arena.
Bank Of America grants $1 million to Detroit Employment Solutions CorporationBank of America is making a big donation to help the Detroiters get back to work.
Detroit Animal Care Waives Adoption and Licensing Fees for Opening Day WeekendDetroit Animal Care said it would waive adoption and licensing fees until April 11 to celebrate opening day.
Multiple Michigan law enforcement agencies join campaign to crack down on distracted drivingIn support of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April, law enforcement in several Michigan communities participated Thursday in the “U Drive, U Text, U Pay” campaign, a four-hour initiative of fight against distracted driving and awareness.
Detroit police are looking for a man wanted in a hit and runPolice are asking for the public’s help in locating a man wanted in connection with a hit-and-run in Detroit last month.
Whitmer sues for abortion rights, overturns banGovernor Gretchen Whitmer sued Thursday to protect the right to abortion, asking a Michigan court to recognize a right to abortion under the state constitution and overturn a 176-year-old ban in the state constitution. state that could take effect if the landmark Roe v. Wade is released.
Senate confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson will be first black woman to serve on Supreme CourtThe Senate confirmed President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson on Thursday in a historic vote that paves the way for her to become the first black woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.
AAA: Michigan Gas Prices Drop, But Remain High in Metro DetroitAfter weeks of record high gasoline prices, Michigan is seeing some relief.
Detroit Riverfront Conservancy inaugurates Southwest GreenwayOn Wednesday, officials broke ground on a nearly one-mile extension of the Detroit Riverfront.
Black Cannabis Advocates Back Detroit’s New Recreational Marijuana OrdinanceNow that an Adult Use Recreational Marijuana Ordinance has been passed in the City of Detroit, what does this mean for Detroit residents, as well as people who have been negatively impacted by marijuana?
A judge orders the owner to demolish the Packard factory in DetroitA judge ordered the demolition of the deteriorating Packard Automobile Plant in Detroit, finding it had become a public nuisance.
Crime Stoppers offers $4,000 for information on 2021 double homicide in DetroitThe families of two people who were shot and killed nearly four months ago in Detroit are asking for the community’s help in solving the case.
Police identify 2 Michigan men shot by officers in separate incidentsPolice on Tuesday identified two men who were shot by officers from different agencies in separate incidents in western Michigan.
Detroit police urge drivers to slow down and follow traffic lightsDetroit police are urging drivers to slow down and follow traffic lights after they shared a video on social media of a vehicle crash at an intersection.
Event organizer raises money to give Oxford students an extravagant promA local business owner is working to make prom 2022 not just special but magical for Oxford High School, and she’s calling on the community to come together to make it happen.
GM and Honda will co-produce ‘affordable’ electric vehiclesGeneral Motors and Honda on Tuesday announced plans to co-develop affordable electric vehicles based on a new global architecture using next-generation Ultium battery technology.
Ford announces 17% drop in first-quarter salesFord says sales fell more than 17% in the first quarter of the year.
US Representative Fred Upton to retire from CongressLongtime Michigan Republican Representative Fred Upton, who voted to impeach President Donald Trump following the Capitol uprising, announced on Tuesday that he will not run for a 19th term in Congress.
Detroit City Council Approves Revised Recreational Marijuana OrdinanceThe Detroit City Council on Tuesday approved a revised ordinance for the cultivation and processing of cannabis.
GLWA Announces Regional System Improvements Ahead of Rainy Season in Southeast MichiganThe Great Lakes Water Authority announced improvements to regional system resiliency in anticipation of the upcoming wet weather in southeast Michigan.
GM is recalling nearly 682,000 SUVs; Windshield wipers may failGeneral Motors is recalling nearly 682,000 compact SUVs because windshield wipers may fail.
Salon helps women celebrate sobriety with makeoversAfter living under the influence of drug addiction, a group of women celebrate sobriety in style.
Detroit police warn drivers of stolen vehiclesThe Detroit Police Department has issued a warning about vehicle thefts in the city.
Former President Donald Trump holds rally in Washington TownshipFormer President Donald Trump stopped by Michigan on Saturday, speaking at a rally in Washington Township.