The Connected Futures Initiative will provide free tablets and internet access to Detroit schools students. Photo via DPSCD Facebook.
Detroit Students Are Getting Free Laptops and Internet for the Fall

The technology and access will help promote distance learning during the pandemic.

A MI CORE member and teacher poses for a photo at the caucus's protest on the State Capitol lawn last week. Photo via MI CORE Facebook.
Teachers Union: ‘Schools Should Not Resume In-Person Instruction’

As districts across the state scramble for a viable plan of action, teachers want to move learning online.

With key protections expired for much of Michigan, more renters than ever are facing eviction. Photo via Shutterstock.
Nearly Half of Michigan Renters Are At Risk to Lose Their Homes Right Now

A new analysis of Census data shows Michigan families who rent are struggling to keep their homes afloat during the pandemic.

Lynus Parker stands with his family outside of his Novi home, greeting well wishers shortly after being discharged for a near-90-day long hospital stay. Photo courtesy of Lynus Parker.
WATCH: This Michigan Man Took Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 and Still Ended Up on a Ventilator

Novi resident Lynus Parker needed help breathing for an entire month. But that was just the beginning.

Presumptive Democratic nominee Vice President Joe Biden is laying out his plans and protections for businesses and workers. Photo via Shutterstock.
Biden’s Proposals Could Improve Business Opportunities in Michigan

Proposals from the candidate address essential workers, business owners, and the coronavirus.

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Primary Results and Voter Turnout: Michigan’s Weekly News Quiz

Can you recall voters' biggest wins during election week?

FILE - In an Oct. 26, 2018, file photo, Rashida Tlaib, left, then-Democratic candidate for the Michigan's 13th Congressional District, and Brenda Jones speak during a rally in Detroit. Tlaib's approach to governing as an unapologetic fighter, taking aim at the status quo alongside three other first-term congresswomen of color who make up the "squad" has made her a target of the GOP and her own party. Now the Michigan Democrat is the squad's most vulnerable member, as she faces Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones in the Aug. 4 primary. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
Rashida Wins Again. Michigan’s Member of ‘The Squad’ Moves Closer to a Second Term.

We look at the leadership Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib has shown her constituents who helped her win by a landslide in Michigan’s primary election.