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Past articles by Bisma:

Here's how you can help Make-A-Wish Michigan during the coronavirus pandemic

Make-A-Wish's #WishesAreWaiting is patterned after #ChalkYourWalk to bring hope to kids without needing to leave the house. → Read More

Premier Medicine offering additional coronavirus testing site in Livonia

Premier Medicine has opened a testing center and telemedicine hub in Livonia to allow residents to seek treatment while maintaining social distancing. → Read More

Dearborn warns residents to stop gathering with others — or risk being ticketed

The City of Dearborn clarifies Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order to its residents. → Read More

How Milan residents are staying connected during coronavirus social distancing

The Mayor of Milan encourages residents to stay connected by participating in "Milan Moments." → Read More

Gov. Whitmer signs order restricting non-essential vet procedures amid coronavirus crisis

Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed an order temporary restricting non-essential veterinary procedures. → Read More

Watch live: Duggan, police chief Craig to speak on death of department member with COVID-19

Mayor Mike Duggan and Detroit Police Chief James Craig will speak at 11 a.m. at the Detroit Public Safety Headquarters. → Read More

Detroit Police member diagnosed with coronavirus dies

Officials at the Detroit Police Department reported the first loss of one of their own Tuesday morning. → Read More

Coronavirus is hurting every sector of Michigan's economy

Aside from sporadic frenzies at grocers and a run on home office gear, many retailers saw traffic slump as consumers put off big-ticket purchases. → Read More

United States-Canada border will close for non-essential travel due to coronavirus

The United States and Canada will suspend all nonessential travel between the two countries in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan will offer free online doctors: Who can use it

Blue Cross Blue Shield members with an existing telehealth benefit can access virtual doctors free of charge. → Read More

Superintendent of West Village Academy in Dearborn tests positive for coronavirus

A Dearborn school leader shared her COVID-19 diagnosis on social media and warned others about the seriousness of the virus Saturday. → Read More

Passengers ride free, Detroit buses running again after new sanitization and safety protocols

Passengers will ride free after implementing new sanitization and safety protocols, Detroit buses are running again Wednesday morning. → Read More

Metro Detroit stores sell out of hand sanitizers, toilet paper after coronavirus outbreak

After two confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in Michigan, stores are scrambling to keep up with the high demand of sanitizing and personal cleaning products. → Read More

Plastic surgeon with Michigan office accused of drugging, raping unconscious women

Dr. Manish Gupta, a plastic surgeon registered in Michigan, is accused of drugging and raping unconscious women → Read More

U-M led research finds 'super-urinators' among fish that promote healthy ecosystems

A study led by the University of Michigan finds the "power of fish pee" and how individual fish are promoting healthy ecosystems. → Read More

Everything you need to know to enjoy Detroit's St. Patrick's Day Parade in Corktown

The United Irish Societies will be hosting the 62 annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Detroit. Here's what you should know to enjoy the event. → Read More

Light snow and rain headed to metro Detroit

Morning commuters should prepare for some snow flurries Wednesday morning with warmer weather this weekend. → Read More

Detroit Police pulls out of joint task force with DEA after informant kills 6 people

Detroit Police Chief James Craig pulled out of a joint task force with the DEA Monday after controversy of an informant → Read More

Southbound I-275 closed at I-96/M-5/I-696 after fatal crash

All southbound lanes of I-275 closed after a man who was changing his tire was hit by a passing car, according to WDIV. → Read More

Michigan man accused of murder, cannibalism found incompetent for trial

Mark Latunski, accused of murdering and mutilating Grindr date Kevin Bacon, heads to Saline for treatment → Read More