GM scouts ways to integrate AI ChatGPT into 'everything': report
General Motors is reportedly looking into ways to integrate the artificial intelligence bot ChatGPT into its vehicles as Microsoft continues to invest in the product.
Michigan utility company expects to restore 'majority' of customers by Wednesday
Consumers Energy said it has 600 crews, some of which came from states as far as Virginia, to help restore power to customers after back to back winter storms in Michigan.
Over 150K Michigan residents out of power as bad weather continues
Over 140,000 customers in Michigan are out of power Monday morning. This marks the fifth day for many residents left in the dark after brutal ice storm and strong winds hit.
Michigan 6-year-old uses dad's Grubhub to order $1,000 in food, tips 25% per order
A six-year-old boy in Michigan managed to place several delivery orders using his father’s phone, resulting in $1,000 in food deliveries from Grubhub.
Judge sides with SIG Sauer in accidental shooting lawsuit
A judge ruled that a lawsuit against gun manufacturer SIG Sauer failed to prove the company was aware of a pistol defect at the time a man accidentally shot himself.
Eastern Michigan University, union officials reach agreement to end faculty walkout
Eastern Michigan University's union officials reached an agreement for faculty to return to classrooms following a walkout that began last week.
Eastern Michigan University faculty members vote to strike
Eastern Michigan University staff members voted to begin a strike on Wednesday. The faculty union has been working without a contract since Aug. 7.
Michigan Abbott plant restarts production of Similac baby formula
The United States' largest producer of baby formula, Abbott Nutrition, announced that it will restart production of Similac formula at its Michigan plant.
Long-time Michigan car accident victims win major insurance decision in state appeals court
Michigan state appeals court ruled that the changes made to Michigan state insurance laws in 2019 by Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer do not apply to people injured before summer 2019.
Michigan small businesses preparing for required increase in wages
JW’s Food & Spirits owner Chris Weavers on why the state-mandated wage increase including for tipped workers will hurt small businesses.
Michigan man wins $6 million from lottery scratch off
A man in Michigan won $6 million from a lottery scratch-off ticket that he bought at a convenience store, according to the Michigan Lottery.
Baby formula shortage: Abbott and FDA reach deal on reopening plant amid nationwide shortage
Abbott Nutrition said Monday that it has reached a deal with the FDA to reopen an infant formula plant in Michigan that has been shut down amid the nation's ongoing shortage.
Longtime Kroger employee fired after thwarting shoplifter files lawsuit against grocery chain
Beverly Bennett of Michigan worked at a Kroger store for more than three decades. She filed a lawsuit against the grocery chain for her firing, which came after she thwarted a shoplifter attempting to steal a cart full of alcohol.
Michigan woman wins $1 million from Mega Millions drawing
A woman in Michigan won a prize of $1 million after buying a Mega Millions ticket through the state's lottery.
Inflation causes sticky situation for some maple farmers as tapping season comes to an end
Demand for maple syrup grew significantly during the pandemic when more people were cooking at home and experimenting with other products. But inflation is prompting some maple farmers to raise the price of their products for the first time in years to offset supply chain and inflation struggles.
Consumer sentiment falls to new decade-long low as inflation fears soar
University of Michigan's Survey of Consumers results for the end of March found that consumer sentiment fell to a new decade-long low as concerns about inflation worsen during Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Potent protest: Bars drop Russian vodka, promote Ukraine's
Bars and liquor stores are pulling Russian vodka from shelves and promoting Ukrainian brands.
Michigan Democrat introduces legislation to unionize congressional staff
Rep. Andy Levin, D-Mich., introduced a House resolution Wednesday to give congressional workers legal protection to organize and form a labor union.
Woman's $3M winning Michigan lottery message gets sent to spam folder
Laura Spears bought her ticket through her Michigan Lottery account and almost missed the email informing her that she won after it went to her spam folder.
Detroit reveals tentative compensation plan after city systematically overtaxed, foreclosed on homeowners
The president of the Detroit City Council introduced a tentative plan Saturday to compensate residents after the city overtaxed homeowners by at least $600 million between 2010 and 2016.