Schools Sorting Out How To Reopen – Or Stay Closed
Governor Whitmer has announced that she wants schools to begin reopening by March 1st. Battle Creek schools plan to return grades K-5 to full in-person classes starting next week.
Michigan Food Security Remains A Question
The job of making sure Michigan residents have enough food to eat is becoming a monumental task.
Michigan State Senator Says Stop The Voting Fraud Talk
Hollier says, “The phrase ‘election fraud’ is a dog whistle and code for finding ways that the votes cast by minorities in cities like Detroit can be tossed.
Federal Crime Sweep Nets Thousands Of Arrests
Federal agents, joined by state and local police, made more than 6,000 arrests, including nearly 500 people charged with murder.
Michigan Offers Virus Vaccination To More People
It’s happening as questions linger about why so few vaccinations have been administered in the state so far.
Facebook Pulls “Likes” Button From Some Pages
“We are removing Likes and focusing on Followers to simplify the way people connect with their favorite Pages.”
Newly Formed Loves Furniture Hit With Lawsuit
Fusion Furniture and its parent company, Southern Motion, are filing a federal suit demanding payment for nearly $2 million in unpaid product invoices for furniture delivered to Loves.
Healthcare Pros Refusing COVID Vaccine By The Thousands
In Wayne County, 600 of 1,600 first responders are declining to roll up their sleeves. In Ingham County, home of the state capitol, about one-third of those front line medical care professionals are saying “No” to the vaccine.
State Is Giving Us Masks…But Are They Effective?
The state is embarking on a program to provide what many health experts claim is a safe and effective mask, known as a KN95 mask. Healthline.com reported in October that type of mask has drawbacks.
Pop-Up Virus Test Site Today in Coldwater
The location for today's Coldwater site is at 306 Clay. That’s the garage used by the Branch Area Transit Authority.