Updated at 5:46pm 5/14/18
The NFL is reviewing the newly surfaced issue regarding Matt Patricia. A spokesman for the NFL said they will meet with the Lions to try to understand the allegations against Patricia and find out what the club knows.
General Motors is using a drone to help identify possible issues at their Tech Center in Warren. The automaker gave a short demonstration of the unmanned drone last week at the north end of the eleven-million square foot facility.
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety wants to expand its force. They're looking to add officers to the K9 unit, the SWAT team, and are hoping to hire detectives and drug investigators.
A new apartment complex is coming to Grand Rapids. "The Hendrik," named after the founder of Meijer stores Hendrik Meijer, is located on Bridge Street and Stocking Avenue.
Henry Ford Health System will build a new medical center in Oakland County. New plans for a two-story, 83 thousand square foot facility were announced and located at the new mixed-use development the Village at Bloomfield.
The Burroughs Mansion, an English-style 23-room estate at 925 Avon St. in Flint, has mirrored the city around it. The home is set on the banks of Gilkey Creek and is currently on the market for $222,750.
Sparrow Hospital announced their nurse of the year. Destinee Griffin is a Nurse in the Labor and Delivery Unit. She has been with Sparrow for 6 years. The event was held during Nurses Week.
Two Mason County women, Taya Wrightsman and Koreana Reid are facing armed robbery charges after police say they stole from a cash advance store near Ludington. It happened Wednesday afternoon in Pere Marquette Township.
Bloomfield Hills and Southfield Schools will have the funds necessary to make building improvements and upgrade technology. Voters in each community approved tax issues on the ballot last Tuesday.
Police are adding extra patrols along I-94 from West Michigan to Detroit all summer long. Michigan State Police officials say there was a seven-percent increase in the number of accidents on the freeway last year.
Police are investigating a fatal crash in Cascade Township. The head-on crash involving a semi truck was reported just after 10:00am May 9th at Cascade Road and Laraway Lake Drive.
Three trucks are still missing after a heist at the Warren Truck Assembly Plant recently. Police recovered five of the eight Ram trucks stolen on the streets of Detroit.
Officials in Flint Township are hoping the creation of three new authorities will spur growth within the Township. Board members approved the Downtown Development Authority and the Beecher Road and Bristol Road Corridor Improvement authorities.
The life of a Lansing man ended on Wednesday morning, May 9th, and police ruled it a homicide. The suspect was captured in Livingston County after crashing his getaway car along 127 near Dunckel, then carjacking a good Samaritan that stopped to help
Northern Michigan community members came together last week to raise more than $66 thousand for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Michigan. Everyone who participated raised money in honor of a hero that impacted their life.
The Fermi Two nuclear power plant is back online after undergoing repairs for nearly a month. The plant shutdown in April after a transformer malfunction, and an issue with a valve on the reactor recirculation system.
A Grand Rapids man is being recognized by the state for his achievements in education. Pat Cwayna, CEO of the West Michigan Aviation Academy, was awarded the 2018 Administrator of the Year Award.
Ford Motor Company is reportedly continuing their effort to purchase the former Michigan Central Depot in southwest Detroit. Ford and the real estate division of Central Transport International Incorporated are in negotiations to secure a deal.
A phone scam pretending to be from 9-1-1 dispatchers is circulating in Grand Rapids. Residents say they receive calls from a 9-1-1 number and are told by the scammer that a family member has been injured in a crash.
Troy Police are investigating an armored truck robbery that occurred last Tuesday morning. The robbery happened around 10:45 a.m. when two suspects approached the men inside the armored truck and attacked them with pepper spray.
Flint, Detroit, and Saginaw rank in the top 10 of America's most dangerous cities, according to a report published by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Flint ranked fifth with a rate of 2,109 violent crimes per 100,000 people.
A factory damaged by a fire and series of explosions faces uncertain staffing levels. Eaton Rapids Mayor Paul Malewski said the city intends to make accommodations for those he anticipates will be laid off by Meridian Magnesium Products of America.
Mesick Consolidated Schools will not see the upgrades and changes they had hoped for, after what appears to be a razor thin defeat. The superintendent says the bond proposal was defeated by just 13 votes.
At what is touted as the largest sit-down dinner of its kind in the world, ten-thousand people gathered in Detroit at the NAACP's 63rd annual Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner recently.
Gasoline prices are holding steady in Michigan. Triple-A Michigan, says the average price of regular unleaded remained at two-dollars-85-cents, which is nearly 50-cents more per gallon than one year ago.
Bright sunlight may be to blame in an auto-pedestrian accident in Allegan County. State Police say a woman was walking near the Orchard Hills Golf Course when she was hit by a truck last Monday morning.
The driver involved in a deadly motorcycle crash could face charges. The accident happened May 5th in Three Rivers when police say the woman struck a motorcycle stopped at a light.
Wayne State University and the Detroit Medical Center aren't parting ways yet. Just days after announcing they would be ending the partnership, the two agreed to a six-month extension of the existing contract.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Nick Lyon warned top advisers to Gov. Rick Snyder about an increasing number of Legionnaires' disease cases in the Flint area months before the governor said he learned of it, a witness testified Monday, in Genesee District Court.
A Mecosta County man was charged last week with a 20-year felony after police say he made threats against a Lansing hospital. Lansing Police received a report on May 5th from a local hospital about a man calling and making threats.
More than 100 residential and commercial buildings would be affected by a recently updated FEMA flood map for Harbor Springs. City manager Tom Richards presented information to city council members during their meeting last week.
West Bloomfield High School is implementing a new mandatory program to help teach students the warning signs of a potential threat of violence in the school. The program is also designed to teach students coping skills and empathy.
Lawmakers in Lansing are discussing legislation that would permit the installation of "baby boxes" at hospitals, police departments and fire departments. The law passed in 2000, allows parents to surrender a newborn anonymously within 72 hours of the child's birth.
Three Kent County school districts that struggle with poverty are showing improved test results. Teachers at Stocking and Sibley Elementary in Grand Rapids say student performance is improving because of their work with the Center For Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
Local law enforcement is behind a restaurant in its dispute with Grand Rapids city leaders about their flags. Brann's Steakhouse proudly displays the names of fallen officers and service members with the flags on their building.
A task force launched in Detroit will address the lack of resources and treatment available to those suffering from mental illness. The announcement made by Councilman Roy McCalister Jr., says it will include outreach programs at local schools and prisons.
An investigation is underway after an off-duty Flint police officer accidentally discharged a firearm at a youth wrestling meet last weekend. The incident took place at Fowlerville High School.
A northern Michigan middle schooler is helping out a local animal shelter as her community service class project. Morgan Wirtz, an 8th grader at Kalkaska Middle School, held 'Paws for a Cause' to raise donations for the Kalkaska County Animal Control and Shelter.
Updated at 9:57am 5/2/18
Live Nation is offering huge savings on concert tickets to celebrate National Concert Week. From April 30th to May 8th, tickets for a long list of performers will be only 20 dollars.
The social media company LinkedIn will be moving into a new office in Detroit. Their new location will be inside the historic Sanders building on Woodward Avenue.
West Michigan’s Gaines Township is moving forward with a project many believe will be the next Amazon distribution center. The town's Planning Commission approved designs for "Project Rapids."
Police closed two roads in Oakfield Township for a vehicle crash, which was reported around 4p.m. Sunday, at 10030 14 Mile Road NE. Dispatchers said both Harvard Avenue NE and Lappley Avenue NE were temporarily closed due to the crash.
Detroit’s historic Trinity Lutheran Church displayed this past weekend, another addition to its collection: a nearly 12-foot-tall bronze sculpture memorializing Martin Luther as well as the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation.
A 22-year-old pregnant woman died but her baby survived after a two-vehicle crash early Saturday morning in Flint. Officers responded around 12:15 a.m. to North Dort Highway and East Carpenter Road for a crash and discovered three people were injured.
A historic church in Jackson unveiled its new National Registry of Historic Places Plaque. Local leaders, clergy, churches, and community gathered Sunday as the plaque was unveiled at First Congregational Church UCC, which was built 1859-1860.
Sunday morning, members of Running Fit Traverse City and students from Traverse City Area Public Schools got together to clean up Clinch Park. It's in preparation of the crowds that will soon relax at the park, when the weather warms up for good.
Earnings in the first quarter of the year for Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles topped one billion dollars. The automaker reported the result was 60-percent higher than one year ago.
The investigation of a fatal train pedestrian accident in Belleville continues. The incident occurred on South Street shortly after 2:00 p.m. Wednesday when the eastbound freight train struck the victim who was on the tracks.
Crissman Elementary School in Shelby township was on lockdown Wednesday afternoon. The lockdown is a result of a police situation that unfolded near the school at the Providence Park Condominiums.
Activists for immigrants rights are demanding to be heard at the Department of Homeland Security office in downtown Grand Rapids. Demonstrators rallied Wednesday afternoon, to speak out about deportation and violence.
New apartment developments in the metro Detroit area are booming, the city has seen a 23 percent increase in apartment construction from the year before. Condominium and single-family home construction also saw an increase of almost 15 percent each.
Three former Flint police officers sold stolen police reports that included the personal information of crash victims. More than 600 internal crash reports were stolen and sold to a third party for resale to medical and legal professionals.
Kibby Road is shut down until late June from West Avenue in Jackson to the city limits with Summit Township. The closure is happening so crews can reconstruct the road that is also a major access point for the Cascades Park.
The push is on to get a V.A. Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) in the Manistee County area. The Manistee Community Based Outpatient Clinic Task Force is working to get as many signatures on a petition to try to get a clinic closer to home for veterans.
Survivors of the Kalamazoo-area bike crash that killed five people are testified Wednesday against the driver. Charles Pickett is accused of being high on pain killers and muscle relaxers when he got behind the wheel June of 2016.
A Tennessee city is about to benefit from the increased demand for two of General Motors' most popular crossover vehicles. GM Wednesday announced it's adding a third shift to its manufacturing plant in Spring Hill.
Ford Motor Company has announced new leadership for their China operations. Henry Li will take over the top spot as the automaker makes changes to their operations. Ford announced it will start a new single distribution channel for China.
A member of the Grand Rapids City Commission is stepping down. Third Ward Commissioner David Allen announced this week that he'll leave his position this summer for his roll as Executive Director of the Kent County Land Bank.
More than 60 protestors marched on the lawn of Flint's City Hall to bring attention to the city's water crisis. Wednesday, marked the four-year anniversary of the initial switch from the Detroit water system to the Flint River as the city's main water source.
Two people are facing charges for an alleged crime spree that ended in DeWitt Township early Wednesday morning. The two suspects are accused in a string of break-ins, car thefts, and other crimes in Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties.
The village of Elberta was awarded a grant of more than $200,000. The money will go towards upgrades at Penfold Park off of M-22. The upgrades include a building for restrooms, and a canoe and kayak launch site.
Michigan State Police and 13 truck drivers are being credited for their act of heroism in saving a life. Early Tuesday morning, the truckers formed a wall on the I-696 freeway near the Coolidge exit to prevent a man from jumping off the overpass.
The staff at John Ball Zoo are mourning the loss of one of their chimpanzees. Zoo officials say Jody, a 31-year-old female, had a sudden decline of health and went into cardiac arrest Monday.
DTE Energy officials say the Fermi 2 Nuclear Plant near Monroe is off line due to the malfunction of a transformer and a valve issue. The status of the plant is describe as "safe and stable" and crews are still assessing the problem.
Authorities in Grand Rapids are investigating a fire on the city's southwest side as arson. The front doors of Servant's Community Church on the corner of Deloney Avenue and Watson Street were burned over the weekend.
Drivers were detoured around an accident in the Novi area early Tuesday morning. Michigan State Police say the driver of a car lost control of the vehicle and left the roadway on the ramp from northbound I-275 to I-96 west.
The Coldwater Road bridge over Interstate 75 did not sustain significant damage after a semi pulling a backhoe crashed into it Tuesday morning. Mt. Morris Township police Chief Terence Green, said the bucket on the backhoe may have broken loose and hit the overpass.
A 5 year-old kindergartner from East Lansing has raised money to help homeless families. Tuesday, Pippa Holtz presented a check worth more than $1,000 to Haven House. The charity helps homeless families find a place to live.
A judge has sentenced an Alanson woman to serve 10 to 22.5 years in prison for a manslaughter conviction stemming from the death of her infant daughter in 2016. The Judge exceeded the state’s sentencing guidelines when he handed down the sentence to Lisa Rae Bryan, 32, Tuesday.
Updated 8:26pm 4/22/18
Attempts to modify state plans to require Medicaid recipients to work are failing to gain support. The measure to require 29-hours of work passed in a Michigan Senate committee, but attempts to cut that to 20 hours and to exempt veterans failed.
A 17-year-old student of Port Huron High School was arraigned Thursday, after making a threat against the school. The school resource officer was told about the threat Monday and investigators say it stemmed from a dispute with other students.
Two tribes are joining a group's fight against developments on Lake Michigan. The Saugatuck Dunes Coastal Alliance denounces plans to build a marina and a housing development at the mouth of the Kalamazoo River.
The only youth shelter serving Kent, Ottawa, Montcalm and Ionia counties is finally ready to open its doors. Arbor Circle's "The Bridge Youth Shelter announced this week that their renovations have been completed.
Detroit Police report a 13-year-old boy was shot in the foot while inside his home early Thursday morning. He was lying on a couch in the living room of the home in the 84-hundred block of Plainview, when a bullet pierced a front window.
It's been a historically rough winter in Flint. The city has set a new record for snow with 85-point-three inches recorded between Halloween and Wednesday, almost two inches more than the previous record for Flint in 2014.
West Michigan residents headed to the capitol to tell legislators the affects of lead poisoning. Wednesday, over one-hundred people gathered at the statehouse to tell lawmakers how they've been impacted by the epidemic.
Michigan's Attorney General has filed a civil lawsuit against the company he said is responsible for the utility line damage below the Straits of Mackinac. An investigation determined a ship owned by Van Enkevort Tug and Barge dragged an anchor through the straits at the time utility lines were damaged.
There's a new driver behind the wheel of GM's Cadillac division. The company announced Wednesday that it's appointing Steve Carlisle to replace Johan de Nysschen as president of Cadillac effective immediately.
A Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to West Palm Beach blew a tire shortly after takeoff Wednesday morning, but continued the flight and landed safely. There were no injuries aboard the MD-90.
A new study on air quality says seven west Michigan counties get "F's" for unhealthy ozone days. Allegan, Berrian, Cass, Kalamazoo, Kent, Muskegon and Ottowa counties all recorded high rates of poor air quality.
Montcalm County Sheriff's deputies are investigating an armed robbery at a gas station in Pierson. Police say the suspect walked into the Trading Post gas station on 4th Street and Federal Road armed with a long gun.
Beaumont Health and Ford Motor Company have announced plans for a new non-emergency shuttle service for patients of Beaumont. The "GoRide" program will cover around 200 of Beaumont's facilities all over Southeast Michigan.
Two former Flint police officers have pleaded guilty to federal charges after admitting to selling internal crash reports. Richard Besson and Jason Groulx both pleaded guilty Wednesday, in Flint U.S. District Court.
An attack on Ingham Intermediate School District's online network and the person police say is responsible was one of its own students. The incident happened in February 2017. Police say 19-year old Brandon Barlett targeted the district in a ransomware attack.
The Mackinac Bridge reopened after being closed for most of the day Wednesday because of falling ice. The bridge spent more time closed on Saturday morning.
State prison officials locked down the St. Louis Correctional Facility. A Corrections Department spokesman says the fighting appears to have started over access to pay phones and computer terminals and eventually involved as many as 50 inmates.
The executive director of Michigan State University's Alumni Association is resigning in the midst of an investigation by the school's Title IX office. Scott Westerman told the school he was moving to Florida to return to the private sector.
The city of Wyoming now has its first female director of public safety. The city council announced Tuesday, that as current chief James Carmody retires later this month, Captain Kimberly Koster will take his place.
A Grand Rapids man is going to prison for crimes of financial fraud. Brandon Rogers was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison for student loan, grant, and tax fraud.
A builder of luxury homes is buying the Northville Downs harness racing track site. Hunter Pasteur Homes plans to build up to 600 high-end rental apartments, townhouses and single-family houses on the 48-acre site.
It's not only bottled water that's driven a wedge between Gov. Rick Snyder and Flint Mayor Karen Weaver. Both are also wrestling over control of a $6.1-million reserve water crisis fund, money appropriated by the Michigan Legislature for Flint but unspent so far.
Jackson County Sheriff Steve Rand is accused of diverting funds from the jail commissary to purchase a patrol vehicle that he drove exclusively. The allegation, made in January was the subject of a 2 month criminal investigation by Michigan State Police.
Traverse City sidewalks will be getting some much-needed repairs. Monday night, city commissioners approved nearly $1 million dollars, to fix sidewalks throughout the city that have been in need of repairs for years.
Michigan lawmakers are threatening to impose a ten-percent funding cut on any university that fails to comply with proposed new requirements prompted by the Larry Nassar case. Requirements include a ban on the use of in-house medical experts in investigations.
Eastern Michigan University is confirming that it will close its satellite campus in Livonia this summer. The school says it will not renew its lease for the classroom space on Six Mile near I-275.
The upcoming construction on I-696 may have unintended consequences for those living near the freeway. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts believes a number of rodents, especially rats, will be moving into neighborhoods.
A Cutlerville man is extending his gratitude to the firefighters who saved his life. John Hey had a serious heart attack while playing basketball at South Christian High School in February.
Police Chief James Craig is reassigning a veteran Detroit police officer. Officer Aubrey Wade was caught making insensitive comments last summer at the scene where a teen driving an ATV died after being stunned by the State Police.
The long-time director of the Genesee County parks system, Amy McMillan, says she's stepping down. A person close to the situation says she's leaving for a new job with the Huron-Clinton Metroparks.
Updated 2:59pm 4/19/18
Governor Snyder is releasing a new school safety plan, recommending that the state spend 20-million-dollars to upgrade school security. Snyder's plan includes 18 initiatives such as strengthening buildings with better lock systems.
Former Olympian and Michigan resident Desiree Linden has become the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years. Linden finished with an unofficial time of two-hours, 39-minutes and 54-seconds.
A nationwide E. coli outbreak is affecting Michigan. CDC officials say 35 people across the country were sickened after eating contaminated romaine lettuce. At least one of the victims is a Michigan resident.
Authorities in Baldwin are identifying a woman who was struck and killed by a car over the weekend. They say Christina Lynn Kunna was walking in traffic on U.S. 10 Saturday when she was hit and pronounced dead at the scene.
A 23-year-old River Rouge man is facing charges of impersonating a police officer. Blake Purvis was arraigned Monday on the misdemeanor charge for allegedly stopping a car carrying two men who turned out to be members of a police community patrol group.
Police said they've caught three vandals who shot up vehicles and houses with a slingshot and marbles last week in southern Ionia County and northern Barry County. The incidents happened April 11 and April 12.
Crews with the City of Manistee continue to assess damages left by a weather phenomenon called a seiche. Officials say it happened during Friday's storm, it’s caused by extreme high or low pressure which causes sudden changes in water levels.
Updated 9:27pm 4/9/18
Troy police are ending their search for an official cat. Cops put out a call last month on Twitter, saying they would bring a feline officer on board if they got ten-thousand followers. They exceeded that goal.
Tim Hybels says he's been dealing with brown muddy water in his pipes for decades. He's asking Kalamazoo residents to research their own water quality and to pressure city officials to take additional measures.
350-thousand SUV's and trucks are being recalled by Ford Motor Company in North America. The problem is with the gear shift selector on 2018 Ford-F150's and Ford Expedition models equipped with a ten-speed automatic transmission.
Housing experts say the market in Grand Rapids is so competitive, people are starting to compromise. As the city struggles to meet the growing demand for rental units, buyers have started opting out of inspections to land their home.
The man who topped Detroit's Most Wanted list last week is now behind bars. Corey Webb was arrested in Inkster after a viewer saw his picture on the news. Webb was out on parole after spending time in prison.
Michigan will stop providing free bottled water to the city of Flint, according to Gov. Rick Snyder. City officials criticized the decision, Flint is still recovering from a crisis that left residents with dangerous levels of lead in their tap water beginning in 2014.
Officials put out a home fire at 3224 South Deerfield Avenue in Lansing that started around 3 o clock Sunday morning. According to police, everyone was taken out to safety. They believe the fire started from a propane tank left in the garage of the home.
Four teens were arrested after investigators said they broke in and stole from a Grayling business. The Grayling Department of Public Safety said the business was broken into March 10.
Updated 9:14pm 4/4/18
Another Fiat Chrysler executive is now facing federal charges. Michael Brown, FCA's former director of employee relations, is accused of lying to a federal grand jury about an alleged bribery scheme involving his boss and others at the company.
Political newcomer Suneel Gupta has amassed more than 900-thousand-dollars for his race for the Democratic nomination for a congressional seat. Gupta raised more than 400-thousand-dollars in the first quarter and has more than 600-thousand to spend.
A federal court has ruled Detroit's automakers will receive over 182-million dollars for faulty airbags made by the former Takata Corporation. The recall of almost 70-million airbags produced by the company is the largest in U.S. automotive history.
A Holland Township man is facing felony charges after allegedly causing a fatal crash, then tried to leave the scene. The crash happened Monday, when Minh Hua allegedly ran through a stop sign on Quincy Street and 104th Avenue.
Detroiters shouldn't be surprised at the forecast of one to three inches of snow by Friday morning, even though it's April. Records from the National Weather Service show that for the past 140-years, only 41 Detroit Aprils have had no measurable snow.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced Wednesday that he is signing an order to release Flint from receivership and state oversight. The decision by the governor, came at the behest of the Flint Receivership Transition Advisory Board.
The chair of Michigan State University's radiology department, Dr. Suresh Mukherji, who was suspended in February for allegedly failing to cooperate with the Larry Nassar investigation, has been cleared by the university of any wrongdoing and reinstated to his job.
A man was sentenced after pleading guilty to breaking and entering into a Traverse City business. James Holtcamp pleaded guilty in January to charges of attempted breaking and entering into a building with intent and breaking and entering illegal without the owner's permission.
Updated 10:56pm 3/27/18
An historic Detroit building is being moved to make way for a new performance complex. Wayne State University officials say the Hilberry Theatre will be relocated to Forest Avenue.
Grand Rapids is hosting a workshop for potential vendors. Officials say millions of dollars are offered to local businesses for a wide range of supplies. Registration is not required for the Thursday event located at LINC UP on Madison Avenue.
A reported threat on social media Monday night has forced the closure of three schools in Troy. The Troy Center for Transition, International Academy East and Baker Middle School did not have classes Tuesday.
Tuesday the Grand Rapids Police Department launched a new policy for interacting with younger community members. A special task force revealed the Youth Interactions Policy in front of the Grand Rapids City Commission.
Detroit Police think they've identified the parents of two children found alone in a motel room. The toddlers were discovered at Cranbrook Motel on the Lodge Freeway during a shooting investigation.
Crews began demolishing the near century-old Hamilton Dam Tuesday morning in Flint. The start of the work was pushed back due to flooding in February along the Flint River.
MSU is renewing efforts to work out a settlement with the more than 200 women who have sued the university over assaults by Larry Nassar. The university, USA Gymnastics, Twistars gymnastics club and the women and girls, have agreed to return to mediation.
“Recycle a Bicycle” provides bikes to people in need of a way to get around. They’re holding a bike sale today from noon -6 at Woodmere Street Traverse City. They’ll have at least 80 bikes for you to choose from.
Updated 11:11pm 3/22/18
Muskegon County Sheriffs are asking for the public's help in finding a man who has been missing for three months. Justin Holt was last seen in January near Bayne and Maple Island Roads and may have gone to his home in Cedar Creek Township before disappearing.
The former Bangor police chief is facing dozens of charges from her time in the department. Elena Danishevskaya stepped down as police chief in 2015. She is accused of forging auto inspection documents and charged Thursday morning with 25 - 14-year felonies.
Ford Motor Company says two more executives will be leaving the company. Vice President and Chief Brand officer Musa Tariq will be step down later this year. Ford Smart Mobility CEO Raj Rao will step down May 1st.
Officials are trying to rebuild a historic bridge in Ionia County that was destroyed by arson. Whites Bridge was the state's oldest covered bridge, but in 2013 the structure over Flat River was burned to the ground.
A mandatory evacuation notice for two of five businesses in a Franklin shopping center has been lifted. The Oakland County Health Division says the Franklin Nail and Spa and Franklin Cleaners can reopen for business.
State officials say the third round of water sampling at Flint schools has been completed. Test results from sampling conducted during the weekend of March 17 have not yet been analyzed, according to the Department of Environmental Quality.
Ingham County Sheriff Scott Wriggelsworth announced he was going to increase the police presence in local schools. It's all part of what's called a "Safe Schools Initiative." A plan to assign two deputies to each school building in Ingham County's jurisdiction.
A Glen Arbor man was arrested for allegedly hitting a pedestrian with his car. Around 8:48 a.m. Thursday, Leelanau County Sheriff's Deputies were called to the scene of a hit and run on Western Avenue in Glen Arbor near Oak Street.
Updated 1:51pm 3/19/18
A federal judge in California is allowing a lawsuit accusing Fiat Chrysler of cheating on emissions tests to proceed. Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne denies that the company purposely tried to cheat with emissions tests.
A new audit of the state's computer network is accusing the state's Department of Technology of leaving the network vulnerable to hackers and other intrusions. The department failed to adequately limit access to the network.
State officials have shut down the pharmacy inside a Detroit supermarket. The drugstore inside Glory Supermarket on Eight Mile Road was targeted after officials found it had one of the highest rates of dispensing prescription drugs including oxycodone.
Clean up at the former Zephyr Oil Refinery on the Muskegon Lake should begin this spring. Federal and state environmentalists said they're hoping to complete a large chunk of the project this year.
The City of Detroit has given 25 businesses grants to make improvements to the exterior of their buildings. The Motor City Re-Store Grants are distributed by the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation.
Students from Baker College of Flint's Cyber Security program have won a top honor in the state for the third year in a row. Students won the Michigan Collegiate Cyber Defense Network state championship in February.
Three animals were killed in a barn fire. A barn caught fire in the 8300 block of Churchill Road north of Jackson. The homeowner says three goats, a mother and two babies, were killed in the blaze.
People are flocking to Mackinaw City to see nature’s ice creations. Blue ice is mainly found in the polar regions, but it appears on the shores of Mackinaw City every few years.