Feds COVID Nursing Home Deaths Probe Ends With – Zip – Nothing
Consider all four states under review are run by Democratic Governors. Democratic President Joe Biden’s Justice Department is now indicating it will not pursue the investigation. It’s finished.
Battle Creek Shuts Down Summer Camp and Full Blast
The camp and Full Blast closings are blamed on COVID-19. They’re in place until further notice. No potential reopening date is being presented by city leaders.
Michigan State Police Want Local Cops To Jump Ship
State Police are announcing the first-ever trooper academy specifically being offered to current law enforcement officers. In other words, the state is now actively recruiting current law enforcement officers from departments throughout Michigan to jump ship.
Vacant School Building In Battle Creek Again Set On Fire
Battle Creek Police are questioning two people about their potential involvement in a weekend crime. They're detained in connection with another fire at the former Southwestern Jr High, along South Washington.
Mackinac Bridge Walk (And Run) Now Officially Scheduled
It had been rumored as far as three weeks back that the popular Labor Day holiday weekend event would be back this year. But not until the board of the Bridge Authority made it official on Friday was it a sure thing.
Michigan State Supreme Court is Forced To Repeat Itself
The Michigan State Supreme Court is being placed in the unusual position of ordering the implementation of one of its rulings - a second time.
Michigan Public Interest Groups Not Impressed By Consumers Energy
A broad-based coalition of public interest groups and energy activists in Michigan is calling for public hearings addressing the long-range plans of Consumers Energy.
DENSO Is Boosting Wages To Attract More Manufacturing Workers
The company says some of its new hires can expect annual wages and overtime to top $50,000.
Kalamazoo Schools Still Dealing with COVID-19 Outbreaks
Kalamazoo County is one of the focal points of ongoing virus caseloads with no less than two public K-12 schools and two colleges under watch for virus cases that just won’t go away. At least not yet.
Michigan SOS Jocelyn Benson Accused Of “Gaslighting”
Michigan State Representative Pamela Hornberger is using some strong language when referencing Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.