WXYZ: Canada's Prime Minister Signals U.S. Border Could Reopen Soon
According to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, only fully vaccinated Americans would be able to travel initially.
Feds pump $115 million into Jackson, Mississippi, water system
The payment is the first of $600 million earmarked to improve Jackson's crumbling water infrastructure.
White House announces $570 million to fix dangerous rail crossings
As part of the infrastructure law, the Biden administration will eliminate dangerous railroad crossings in many states.
California passes 1st-in-nation emission rules for trains
The rule will ban the use of locomotive engines more than 23 years old by 2030 and increase zero-emissions technology to transport goods.
The Federal Trade Commission won back $392M for consumers in 2022
The funds come from cases the agency won against companies that were breaking the law.
Severe flash flooding in Texas prompts 245 water rescues, evacuations
An area of Texas that was still recovering from recent flooding was hit by more storms Wednesday.
Calif. Senate passes bill to stop employees confronting shoplifters
Supporters of the bill say it would improve the safety of employees in the state while opponents claim it would do nothing to address violence.