DEARBORN — Yemen has been re-designated for a Temporary Protected Status (TPS), allowing its visiting citizens to apply to remain in the United States as famine continues to threaten millions in the country.
DEARBORN — World-renowned security analyst Sali Osman is a current executive advisor of security and risk assessment who has additionally taken on consulting within the last year. If asked about her intricate profession, she has the perfect response.
LANSING — Dearborn's newly-elected representative, Abdullah Hammoud, began his term with a focus on campaign finance reform in his first bill introduced on Thursday Jan. 12.
WASHINGTON — Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a non-binding resolution in favor of Israel that condemned the United Nations for its criticism of Israeli settlements.
LANSING — Governor Snyder signed a new bill into law that prohibits the state from doing business with individuals or companies that boycott its "strategic partners."
DEARBORN — Dearborn Public Schools is calling upon parents, students, staff members, and community members to gather on January 19 to show they are united in their support for public education.
DETROIT — As Joe Biden prepares to end his run as the Vice President of the U.S., he appeared in Detroit on Monday for a preview of the International Auto Show at Cobo Hall and delivered a speech the following day at the Detroit School for Digital Technology to highlight the auto industry's importance to the economy.
DEARBORN HEIGHTS — On Monday, January 9, Nadia Berry was sworn in as a member of the Crestwood School District's Board of Education, making her the first Arab American to serve on the seven member body.