A resolution to adopt a mandatory vaccination policy is on tonight's Flint city council agenda, but ABC12 News has learned the city is plannin…
Two years later and we're still waiting for the moment we transition from Pandemic to Endemic.
Congressman Dan Kildee of Michigan has announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 28,479 new COVID-19 cases for Thursday and Friday, increasing the state's total …
Even though teaching virtually poses challenges, Sylvester says being online is opening new doors for his students.
The court's ruling comes as a relief for many business leaders worried over losing employees to a federal mandate.
Flint Community Schools extends distance learning until Jan. 24.
With rising COVID-19 hospitalization numbers and continued staffing issues, many hospitals are turning to travel nursing agencies for help.
Doctors say the oral medication is intended to help those already infected with COVID-19 and prevent symptoms from getting too severe and shou…
Mid-Michigan hospitals are still struggling to keep up with climbing COVID-19 numbers.
FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) - Flint Community Schools is extending their distance learning for students until January 13th due to COVID-19 concerns.
In a letter to parents Thursday, Flint Community Schools laid out a plan to continue distance learning until Jan 13.
Hamilton Community Health Network says in just two days they have seen over 100 and we expect to see those number continue to increase.
Suspect in Saginaw murder case tests positive, delaying court hearing.
Hospitals across the state already stretched thin are now seeing a surge of staff testing positive for COVID-19.
Michigan's first gentleman, Dr. Marc Mallory, has tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday after experiencing symptoms.
The survey finds that nearly 40% of pastors are considering walking away from full time ministry.
The district is making sure students don't go without meals once virtual learning kicks in Wednesday.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 61,235 new COVID-19 illnesses Thursday through Monday for a total of 1,568,573. …
As the world enters the third year of the Coronavirus pandemic it is as bad as it has ever been.
Now that the holidays are over, there are growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19 as students return back to their normal schedules.
The Director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services saying the Omicron variant is unlike anything we've seen before.
Community activists are praising Flint Community Schools for stepping up to protect staff and students, and they want to see other school dist…
People are rethinking their New Year's Eve plan and COVID cases continue to surge across the state.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 25,858 new COVID-19 illnesses Tuesday through Wednesday for a total of 1,507,338…
Flint area physician says now that COVID-19 tests have become harder and harder to find, he warns people should only get a COVID test if they need to.
The state's chief medical doctor reports hospitalizations for younger age groups have gone up in the past month.