Consumers Energy Commits $12 Million To Michigan Customers
Many Michigan residents and small businesses are hurting because of the pandemic, so Consumers Energy is stepping up to help out.
Colleges Dropping SAT Scores for Admissions During the Pandemic
This is great news for some, but not for everybody.
Northern Ireland Disappointed in Van Morrison, Minister Says
Politician accuses singer of playing to “foil-hat brigade” with coronavirus protest songs.
Good News for Michigan's Hospitality Workers Affected by COVID
Application for the payments begins today, Tuesday, September 22nd at 8:00am.
University of Michigan Flint Reports Two More Cases of COVID-19
A second and third case of coronavirus have been reported on the University of Michigan's Flint campus.
Parents Petitioning for MI High School Bands to Perform
Parents across Michigan are circulating a petition in favor of allowing high school bands to perform this fall.
Steve Vai, Joe Satriani to Appear at ‘Six String Salute’ Benefit
Styx's Tommy Shaw and the Black Crowes' Rich Robinson are among the additional artists set to appear at the virtual event.
Mom + Two-Year Old Kicked off Plane for Snacking Without a Mask
A single mom and her two-year-old son were kicked off a plane because the boy wasn't wearing a mask while he was munching on some snacks.
U of M Students With Covid Pushed Into Roach Infested Apartments
A student literally goes viral as he brings attention to shocking conditions with no supplies at U of M campus.
MI Nursing Homes to Allow Outdoor Visits Starting Next Week
A new state order will now allow outdoor visits in places like nursing homes starting soon.