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Man Rescues Abandoned Dog, Animal Control Issues Weather Warning

Man Rescues Abandoned Dog, Animal Control Issues Weather WarningCalvin Hannah says he’s an animal lover and has three dogs himself, so when he saw a Pitbull abandoned and chained to a lamp post, he had to help.

Michigan reports 21,242 new cases of COVID-19, 65 deathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 21,242 cases of coronavirus in the state on Monday and 65 additional deaths.

Daily newspaperCruise ships return to Muskegon for first time in 2 years

John James announces his race for the new Macomb County congressional seatMichigan businessman, Army veteran and two-time Republican Senate nominee John James announced Monday that he would run for an Open House seat in the Detroit area.

Michigan Senate Democrats want to replace Cass statue with Coleman YoungMichigan Senate Democrats want to remove a statue of a former US senator from the state who supported slavery and instead unveil a statue of Detroit’s first black mayor.

A former Catholic school in Detroit converted into affordable housingTransfiguration Place Apartments in the Campau/Banglatown area of ​​the city comprises 19 units and no resident will pay more than 30% of their income in rent, according to the city.

Michigan State Police trooper rescues Michigan Humane Society cat and animalsOfficials say the cat was rescued by an MSP soldier and taken to Michigan Humane. Also includes animals for adoption at the Michigan Humane Society.

Science of time: albedoMeteorologist Kylee Miller discusses how the sun’s energy reflecting off the earth affects our weather here in the field.

Central Michigan University Offers Full Tuition After Scholarship MistakeDozens of prospective Central Michigan University students who were wrongly told they had won full scholarships that included room and board have received apologies from the school — and offers the equivalent of full scholarships “to do it right”.

More than 40,000 Cera claims filed in Detroit, owners await paymentAlong with delinquent tenants, landlords say they have to pay for attorney fees, inspections, repairs and taxes, expenses that drain their pockets.

Detroit Public Library branches distribute free home COVID-19 testsThe Detroit Public Library will distribute free home COVID tests at its permanent branches.

Stellantis suspends COVID-19 vaccination mandate for U.S. salaried employeesIn a press release, the company confirms that more than 97% of its American employees have been vaccinated or have received an exemption.

A 100-year-old Holocaust survivor from the Detroit metro area remembers his family and other victims on International Holocaust Remembrance Day100-year-old Holocaust survivor who lost his entire family in the Holocaust

Sugar Factory will open a downtown Detroit location this springSugar Factory American Brasserie is opening its first Michigan location in Detroit this spring.

New affordable senior housing project named after Reverend Dr Jim HolleyOn Thursday, Mayor Mike Duggan, Council Speaker Mary Sheffield and housing officials joined the Reverend to inaugurate an $18 million senior housing project.

‘We want to lead electric vehicles’: GM CEO Mary Barra talks about electric vehicle investments and Biden talks about GM’s plansGeneral Motors has announced plans to spend nearly $7 billion to convert a plant to make electric pickup trucks and build a new battery cell plant.

Governor Whitmer’s State of the State Address – Double on In-Person LearningGovernor White addressed commitments to keep children in school as well as increased funding for education.

Guangzhou police release sketch of suspect charged with attempted abduction of 12-year-old boyCanton police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man accused of attempting to abduct a 12-year-old boy.

Ethan Crumbley to continue insanity defense in Oxford high school shooting caseLawyers say Ethan Crumbley will pursue an insanity defense. The filing comes the same day as a new lawsuit alleging negligence by school officials and Crumbley’s parents during the attack.

Oxford High and Ethan Crumbly lawsuit update to pursue insanity defense* This video covers multiple stories including the news and tease preview, the story of the latest Oxford lawsuits with barrister Ven Johnson and Oxford High shooter Ethan Crumbly pursuing an insanity defense .

Oakland County woman wins $3 million lottery prize after checking spam folderAn Oakland County woman decided to check her spam folder in her email account and, to her surprise, she found an email saying she had won a Mega Millions prize from the Michigan Lottery of $3 million.

Michigan EMS Agencies Seek $20 Million in State Funding to Address Staffing ShortageMichigan’s emergency medical services agencies are asking the state for funds amid a staffing shortage crisis.

Poison control warns parents of toxic chemicals in home COVID tests, keep away from childrenPoison Control alerting parents to toxic chemicals in home COVID testing, says to keep away from children and pets and throw them away as soon as they are used.

Deaths in Michigan exceeded births in 2020Deaths exceeded births in Michigan in 2020, a rare outcome influenced by COVID-19, statistics show.