Detroit has seen nine mass shootings this year alone and heightened frustrations among residents fearful of public spaces or leaving their homes.
Detroiters can visit Spirit Plaza Tuesday to get information on programs that can help lower some of their housing costs.
“A Day of Peace and Healing,” was created to acknowledge the trauma and tragedies students have experienced at school or at home.
Nearly half of people with disabilities in Michigan faced financial hurdles in 2019, living in poverty or struggling to make ends meet. Here’s why.
Michigan households that qualify for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, should expect at least $95 more this month to help with grocery costs.
After two years of quiet, the flu is expected to make a comeback this season. The Biden administration suggests people get a flu shot at the same time as the new COVID booster.
Court of Claims Judge Elizabeth Gleicher issued an opinion Wednesday permanently barring enforcement of Michigan’s long-dormant abortion ban, although appeals are expected.
More than 200,000 newly designed boosters bound for Michigan specifically target omicron subvariants. Will the new booster hold ground against the virus’ continuing evolution?
Black-owned restaurants say council’s proposed ordinance could hurt businesses still struggling to recover from the pandemic, but some city officials argue it’s a move toward transparency.
COVID exposed generations-deep health inequities. It also may have mapped out a way to address them.