UAW Members Likely To Approve Direct Election Of Leaders

DETROIT (AP) — Members of the United Auto Workers union are set to approve picking their leaders in direct elections, according to the ballots that have already been counted. With 72% of the ballots counted, nearly 63% favor direct elections, while about 37% want to keep the current system of delegates selecting the union’s leadership. … Read more

15 Year Old Charged As Adult In Oxford High School Shooting

(CBS DETROIT)– Oakland County Sheriff Mike Brouchard says he agrees with every single one of the charges brought about against the 15 year old Oxford shooting suspect. A not guilty plea made by Ethan Crumbley, after the 15 year old was charged as an adult Wednesday. The Oxford High School sophomore was charged with 24 … Read more

Oxford Shooting: Expert Response On Hostility, Gun Violence In Schools

(CBS DETROIT) – All Oxford Community Schools are closed for the remainder of the week as the community begins to unpack this tragedy. Wednesday grief counselors were on site assisting families. READ MORE: Push For Gun-Control Bills Renewed After Oxford High School Shooting As more details about the investigation unfolds, law enforcement officials are stressing the … Read more

Push For Gun-Control Bills Revived After Oxford High School Shooting

ANSING, Mich. (AP) — On Wednesday, Dec. 1, Democrats vowed to push new gun-control legislation and to revive stalled bills in Michigan’s Republican-led Legislature following the mass shooting that occurred at Oxford High School. GOP leaders who have opposed these measures didn’t immediately commit to policy changes. READ MORE: Michigan Reports 16,530 New COVID-19 Cases, … Read more

Push For Gun-Control Bills Renewed After Oxford High School Shooting

ANSING, Mich. (AP) — On Wednesday, Dec. 1, Democrats vowed to push new gun-control legislation and to revive stalled bills in Michigan’s Republican-led Legislature following the mass shooting that occurred at Oxford High School. GOP leaders who have opposed these measures didn’t immediately commit to policy changes. READ MORE: Oxford Shooting: Expert Response On Hostility, … Read more

Michigan Reports 16,530 New COVID-19 Cases, 358 Deaths

(CBS DETROIT) – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 16,530 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional 358 deaths on Wednesday. This brings the state total of COVID-19 cases to 1,318,123 and 24,090 deaths as of Dec. 1. READ MORE: Oxford Shooting: Expert Response On Hostility, Gun Violence In Schools Wednesday’s … Read more

Fourth Student Dies After Oxford High School Shooting

(CBS DETROIT) – A fourth student has died on Wednesday, Dec. 1., following the shooting at Oxford High School. Authorities announced that 17-year-old Justin Shilling died at about 10:45 a.m. at McLaren Oakland Hospital in Pontiac. READ MORE: Wayne County Canvasser Involved In 2020 Ballot Dispute Dies After COVID-19 Battle The other three victims include … Read more

Whitmer Seeks $300 Million To Support COVID-19 Testing At Michigan Schools

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — On Tuesday, Nov. 30, Gov. Whitmer’s administration said it wants lawmakers to quickly allocate $300 million in federal pandemic rescue funding to support COVID-19 testing at schools amid a fourth surge of infections in Michigan. The money was included in the relief law approved by Congress and President Joe Biden in … Read more

Mayor Duggan Urging Detroiters To Take Advantage Of Auto Insurance Amnesty By Dec. 31

(CBS Detroit) — Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan is encouraging residents to sign up for auto insurance before the amnesty period expires on Jan. 1, 2022. Michigan’s auto no-fault reform provides amnesty to previously insured drivers, meaning they could obtain insurance without penalty or increased premiums. READ MORE: Where is Oxford, Michigan “The single biggest reason … Read more

Expect More Michigan Police On Roads Following Rise In Fatal Crashes

(CBS Detroit) — The Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning (OHSP) says there will be 100 more local, county and state police keeping the roads safe through February 2022. The enhanced police presence comes after the state reported a 22% reduction in traffic crashes last year but a 10% increase in fatalities. READ MORE: Where … Read more

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