Following the aftermath of the deadly school shooting in Oxford, students who attend Flushing Community Schools will return to class on Monday.
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A suburban Detroit office of U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell has been broken into and ransacked, with memorabilia belonging to her late husband and longtime Congressman John Dingell damaged.
The woman is a waitress in an apron, the owner of the cafe stands at the door with a sign Open waiting for customers.
Saginaw Public Schools will have a half day on Tuesday, Nov. 23, to provide an opportunity for their facilities to be deep cleaned during increased COVID-19 cases, according to a statement by Superintendent Ramont M. Roberts
Local hospitals are battling overcrowded facilities and staffing shortages. Now, they've even been forced to divert ambulances to other healthcare facilities.
The CEO of ParaDocs, the medic company hired by Astroworld organizers, spoke on camera for the first time Monday to "set the record straight" on what his team did and to defend how hard his staff of more than 70 people worked to save lives.
With New York City's vaccine mandate for employees set to go into effect this week, officials at the fire and police departments are scrambling to deal with potential staff shortages.
In May 2020, Mayor Sheldon Neeley announced that employees of the city of Flint will be excused from city council meetings after 9 p.m., and now that rule will be enforced.
Dr. Randy Tobler can't afford to alienate any more health care workers, but he believes a COVID-19 vaccine mandate could do just that.