The UAW strike could end soon after a tentative agreement was reached Wednesday.

Multiple media outlets including The Detroit News have unveiled some of the agreements in that tentative deal.

According to The Detroit News, the proposed deal would "confirm the wind-down of three plants identified last November for closure."

The Lordstown Plant is one of those three plants.

WXYZ in Detroit also cited sources saying the deal would allow for the closing of Lordstown, Baltimore Transmission and Warren Transmission.

The Detroit News says that included in the proposal is an expected $9 billion investment, uncapped profit-sharing payouts, and temporary workers becoming permanent employees after three years.

The UAW strike just eclipsed 30 days before word of the tentative agreement.

Local UAW leaders will be in Detroit Thursday to vote on the proposal.