Power outages could be planned for this summer, Michigan’s abortion ban has been suspended, Abbot Nutrition is reopening, and new entertainment attractions come to metro Detroit
Detroit Riverfront Conservancy breaks ground on Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Centennial Park, former MSU basketball star Adreian Payer dies, Nike is suing StockX, and a wallaby is missing from the zoo
Metro Detroit is getting another Kura Sushi location, Astro Coffee and Ochre Bakery close this month, a Savage X Fenty store is opening in Detroit, and there’s a new trail on Belle Isle
Tigerlily restaurant to open in former Antihero space, Lions select Aidan Hutchinson as No. 2 NFL Draft pick, Lizzo is bringing her tour to Detroit this fall, and the auto show sets the date for its first indoor-outdoor event
Tigers fans react to the Yankees walking Miguel Cabrera, Sen. Mallory McMorrow’s speech goes viral, Detroit City Football Club wins a historic match, and Detroit begins accepting applications for recreational marijuana licenses
Michiganders react to the fatal shooting of Patrick Lyoya. Plus, the Pistons’ Cade Cunningham is named a top NBA rookie, the Main Art Theatre is being demolished, and a local poet is recognized by Oprah.
Detroit Tigers unveil new merchandise and events for the 2022 season, Gov. Whitmer and Planned Parenthood seek to overturn Michigan’s 1931 abortion ban, the historic Grande Ballroom is up for sale, and a judge orders the demolition of the Packard auto plant.
The DSO’s Anne Parson passes away, Oakland Mall gets new owners, Anchor Bar is reopening, and Colin Kaepernick is named honorary captain for University of Michigan’s spring game
Michigan dogsledders face challenges, the Fly Trap in Ferndale reopens, actor Dave Coulier opens up about his alcoholism, and more news
Lexus Velodrome to host track racing championships, City of Detroit investing $45 million into rec centers, Flower Day is returning to Eastern Market, and more locals news
Gas prices rise, the Fisher Mansion sells for $4.9 million, Michigan Starbucks workers move to unionize, and Detroit Fire Department investigates fire at Mudgie’s Deli
Stellantis launches an initiative to support Ukrainian refugees and civilians, and a local photographer talks capturing Detroit protests against Russia’s invasion of the country. Plus, more metro Detroit headlines.
A mental health activity center opens in Southfield, Ukrainian Americans in Michigan react to Russia’s attacks, local chefs and restaurants make the James Beard Award semifinalist list, and Michigan Central names CEO
The Polk Penguin Conservation Center reopens at the zoo, The Oakland Hills Country Club is destroyed in a fire, the state’s indoor mask advisory is withdrawn, and a new food hall is planned for Eastern Market
JoJo’s ShakeBar is coming to Detroit, the end of the trucker protest at the Ambassador Bridge could be in sight, K-12 mask mandates are being lifted in some counties, and Burn Rubber Sneaker Boutique is opening another location
Street Beet announces its closure, a wireless EV charging road system is coming to Michigan Central, Eminem and MC5 are nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and Jim Harbaugh plans to stay at U-M
Marrow’s executive chef is competing on ‘Top Chef,’ GM announces a more than $7 billion investment in manufacturing, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer delivers State of the State address, and more news
U-M fires president Mark Schlissel and reaches settlement with Dr. Robert Anderson survivors, Carhartt faces praise and backlash for mandating COVID vaccines, and realtors share what Detroit neighborhoods are popular for 2022
Pine Knob Music Theatre is back, Detroit’s Under Armour store is closing, and updates on the Michigan Central Station
American Coney Island's Chuck Keros dies at 88, COVID cases hit a record-high in Michigan, the Henry Ford announces new exhibits for 2022, and HopCat is coming back to Royal Oak