Dr. Oz Asks The Co-Founder Of Regeneron How His Company’s Antibody Cocktail Works.Dr. Oz Asks The Co-Founder Of Regeneron How His Company’s Antibody Cocktail Works.
Dr. Oz Breaks Down Dexamethasone And Why Scientists Think This Drug Improves Oxygenation.Dr. Oz Breaks Down Dexamethasone And Why Scientists Think This Drug Improves Oxygenation.
VIDEO: Detroit Police Seek Breaking And Entering SuspectsThe Detroit Police Department is seeking suspects wanted in connection to breaking and entering a business that occurred on the city’s east side.
President Trump’s COVID Diagnosis: What’s The One Life Or Death Vital Sign The Medical Team Is Monitoring Most Closely?Dr. Oz asks Dr. Seema Yasmin how oxygen levels are monitored in COVID-19 patients and why this is such a critical point.
Breaking COVID-19 News Minute: President Trump's COVID Diagnosis: Why Days 5-7 Are So CriticalExperts will be closely monitoring President Trump’s status over the next few days. that’s because while most patients recover from COVID-19 in about a week, some experience a severe second wave of illness.
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Airbnb Bans One-Night Rentals Over Halloween Weekend(CBS DETROIT) - Airbnb is cracking down on Halloween parties this year by banning one-night rentals over the holiday weekend. The rental service says it’s in part to prevent large gatherings that could spread Covid-19. Airbnb has moved to ban unauthorized parties over the year even banning customers who don't comply. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Gov. Whitmer: 'This Virus Doesn't Care Who You Are'(CBS DETROIT) - Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says the Trump administration's handling of the coronavirus has failed the American people. In an interview on CNN Sunday, Whitmer also praised Joe Biden's presidential campaign. Biden visited Grand Rapids last week after testing negative for Covid-19. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Lions Blow LeadAfter a strong first quarter the Lions fell to the Saints 35-19.
DTE Energy Announces $13M Relief Fund(CBS DETROIT) - DTE Energy announced a $13 million fund to help Michigan residents during the pandemic. The energy company says the funds will go to human service agencies to help families pay down past-due bills and get on a payment plan. DTE says the company is also directly helping low-income families and those who lost their jobs due to Covid-19. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
23 New Polling Centers, 7 Drop Boxes Open In Detroit(CBS DETROIT) - As Election Day draws closer voters in Detroit have new options to cast their ballots early. The Covid-19 pandemic is shaping changes at the ballot box and making them more accessible than ever before. “This will be an election week because we know we’ll be counting numerous, record breaking number of absentee ballots,” said Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey. The general election is 28 days away and over three million Michigan voters are requesting absentee ballots. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson made the announcement Monday before casting her ballot at the Northwest Activity Center in Detroit. One of 23 new satellite polling centers now open for use. “In addition to the 23 vote centers, which each has a drop box in front of it we have seven additional drop-boxes strategically placed throughout the city. Which means we have a total of 30 drop boxes. We are excited that you no longer have to wait until the third of November, a Tuesday in November to vote,” said Winfrey. Winfrey says roughly 200,000 votes will be counted election night with the help of 10,000 poll workers, but critics worry that the numbers of mail-in, drop-box, and in-person votes will overwhelm clerks. “In the city of Detroit every ballot that cast has always been counted. Recounted? Maybe not but counted initially absolutely so voters can rest assure that that will continue to happen. Will it be election day results? Probably not,” said Winfrey. Votes will not be tallied until Nov. 3, but clerks can start the process of removing security sleeves from ballots 10 hours before election day. Here's a list of Detroit satellite voting center locations: Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 9 a.m.to 2 p.m. on the weekends Adams Butzel Recreation Center – 10500 Lyndon (at Meyers) Balduck Park – 5271 Canyon St. (Warren and Chandler Park) Butzel Family Center – 7737 Kercheval (at Van Dyke) Clark Park – 1130 Clark St.(Scotten and Vernor) CAYMC – 2 Woodward Ave.(at Jefferson) *Closed weekends Coleman A. Young Recreation Center – 2751 Robert Bradby Dr. (at Lafayette Park) Considine – 8904 Woodward Ave. (at Holbrook) Crowell – 16630 Lahser Rd.(at W. McNichols) Davison Service Yard – 8221 W. Davidson Department of Elections – 2978 W. Grand Blvd. (at Third) DWSD Eastside Customer Care Center –13303 E. McNichols Farwell Recreation Center – 2711 E. Outer Dr. (at Ryan Rd.) Greater Christ Baptist Church – 3544 Iroquois Ave.(at Mack) Greater Grace Temple – 23500 W. 7 Mile Rd. (at Shiawassee) Heilmann Recreation Center – 19601 Crusade (at E. State Fair) Horatio Williams Center – 1010 Antietam Ave. (at Chrysler) Kemeny Recreation Center – 2260 S. Fort St. (at Schaefer) Northwest Activity Center – 18100 Meyers (at Curtis) Palmer Park Community Center – 19013 Woodward Ave. (at 7 Mile Rd.) Rouge Golf Course – 11701 Burt Rd. (Outer Dr. and Plymouth) Tindal Recreation Center – 10301 W. 7 Mile Rd. (at Meyers) WCCCD Eastern Campus – 5901 Conner (at I-94) WCCCD Northwest – 8200 W. Outer Dr. (at Southfield Fwy.) Here are free-standing ballot drop box locations: Greater Emmanuel Institutional – 19190 Schaefer Hwy. Liberty Temple – 17188 Greenfield Rd. (near 8 Mile) North Rosedale Park Community House – 18445 Scarsdale St. (near Puritan) Pistons Performance Center – 690 Amsterdam (at Second Ave.) Unity Baptist Church – 7500 Tireman WCCCD Downtown – 1001 W. Fort St. (at Lafayette) Williams Recreation Center – 8431 Rosa Parks Blvd. (at 14th) © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Bernie Sanders Campaigns For Biden in Ann ArborPast presidential candidate made a stop in Ann Arbor to campaign for Biden on the campus of UofM.
Detroit Buses Rolling Again After Drivers Stop For 3 DaysDETROIT (AP) — Buses returned to Detroit streets Monday after a three-day work stoppage by drivers over coronavirus protections and disputes with riders. Police officers will increase their presence as part of a deal between the city and Amalgamated Transit Union Local 26. Riders must continue to wear masks and they must not cross a barrier or approach the driver. Drivers “generally do not feel safe at work due to violent and threatening circumstances presented by customers and members of the public,” the memo states. Detroit buses serve an average of 85,000 people a day. A driver was suspended for 29 days for a fight with a rider who boarded without a mask. Mayor Mike Duggan said the strike, which began Friday, was in response to the suspension. Duggan said video of the incident was “disturbing.” Union leader Glenn Tolbert said Duggan's remarks were insensitive to drivers. “We’ve had drivers stabbed and punched,” Tolbert said. “I think that’s the narrative the city would have preferred than a driver protecting himself. I don’t think that driver acted improperly." © 2020 Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Detroit Teen Faces Murder Charge After Deadly Shooting Outside Of Pontiac Haunted House(CBS DETROIT) - Oakland County Sheriff says a suspect is in custody in the deadly shooting of a man outside of a haunted house in Pontiac. 17-year-old Damon Parker Terrelle faces three charges including first-degree murder.
Some Local Municipalities Still Enforcing Gov. Whitmer’s Orders(CBS DETROIT) - Since the pandemic began Gov. Whitmer issued and signed over 180 executive orders, but according to a Michigan Supreme Court ruling Friday, the governor exceeded her emergency powers. “All of the Governors Executive orders post on and post April 30th will be basically null and void,” said Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, 8th House District. Gay-Dagnogo says, the state’s court ruling that a 1945 law is unconstitutional is politically driven. And now is not the time for politics. “We’re still having conversations on whether we should enforce the wearing of mask or not I think that really plays into the hands of partisan politics and it doesn’t do anything to put our citizens first,” said Gay-Dagnogo. Oakland County says they will enforce masks use in public, Wayne County says they will follow the governor's orders until the state releases new ones. And in Macomb county, officials will encourage the current orders, but not enforce. A statement released Sunday from Whitmer's office in response to the Supreme Court ruling reads in part: When it comes to fighting COVID-19, we are all in this together. The governor is ready to work across the aisle with Republicans in the legislature where we can find common ground, but she won’t let partisan politics get in the way of doing what’s necessary to keep people safe and save lives. Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is asking the court for clarification on when the order will take place. Meanwhile, local municipalities say they will do what they feel best serves their communities. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Gov. Whitmer on Trump(CBS DETROIT) - Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says the Trump administration's handling of the coronavirus has failed the American people the same day Michigan's Supreme Court ruled against her executive orders.
Governor Whitmer Files Petition To Delay Michigan Supreme Court Ruling - Questions Remain On RulingThe Michigan Supreme Court ruled Friday Governor Whitmer had no authority past April 30 to enforce her executive orders. Now she is requesting Michigan's high court to clarify their opinion. In an article by the Detroit Free Press, the Governor is asking the decision to be delayed into taking effect until October 30. In a motion filed to the court, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services director Robert Gordon wrote, "The matter demands immediate consideration to enable an orderly transition to manage this ongoing crisis,". In a statement Whitmer wrote a transition period is necessary "to protect 830,000 Michigan workers and families who are depending on unemployment benefits to pay their bills and put food on the table and to protect Michiganders everywhere who are counting on their leaders to protect them,”. While she did say she disagrees with the ruling, she is willing to reach across to Republicans in the legislature to "find common ground to slow the spread of the virus and rebuild our economy." For now, there is some uncertainty on how the Michigan Supreme Court decision will affect the state. The Detroit News reported yesterday that Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel will no longer enforce the Governor's executive orders. Meaning the AG's office won't pursue criminal proceedings for those who violate the orders. Bob Stevenson who is executive director of The Michigan Chiefs of Police Association told the Detroit News, "If the attorney general says it’s over, then it’s over,". However, the Governor's office says they have 21 to 28 days to request a hearing, and that period gives them time to keep the orders in effect for a transition. Attorney Katherine Henry who argued the landmark case for the plaintiff's side did an interview on Fox 2's "Let It Rip Weekend" saying Michigan residents can burn their masks. According to Newsweek, Henry said the court's decision on Friday was immediate that day. Telling people they can burn their masks, open up their church services, and concluding "All of those executive orders, based on COVID-19 circumstances, from 2020, they're out, they're gone, they're done." Henry also said Michigan's law is clear that when filing for a motion for reconsideration does not stay a court's decision while a motion is up for reconsideration.
Detroit Opens 23 Satellite Locations For Early VotingSecretary Jocelyn Benson voting at the Northwest Activity Center today as the City of Detroit opens 23 satellite locations for early voting.
Dr. Oz And Former White House Physician Dr. William Lang Discuss Who Could Be At Risk For Infection In The White HouseDr. Oz and former White House physician Dr. William Lang discuss who could be at risk for infection within the White House.
Dr. Oz Asks Former White House Physician Why The President Was Moved From The White House To Walter Reed Medical CenterFormer White House physician Dr. William Lang shares what happens inside Walter Reed Medical Center when POTUS needs care.
Dr. Oz Asks Virus Hunter, Dr. Ian Lipkin, What President Trump’s Doctors Will Be Paying Attention To In The Coming DaysDr. Oz gets an insider’s look at the experimental therapies currently being given to the President from one of the researchers who knows them best, virus hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin.
Breaking COVID-19 News Minute: What Does It Mean To Be Given An Experimental Drug?This past Friday, Dr. Sean Conley informed the American public President Trump had been given a dose of Regeneron’s “antibody cocktail.” this therapy is not yet approved by the FDA and is still in clinical trials.
Dr. Oz And Virus Hunter, Dr. Ian Lipkin, Discuss The Experimental Treatments Reportedly Given To President TrumpClips from today’s show feature a breaking news report on the COVID status of President Trump and First Lady Melania, who tested positive for the deadly virus last week. Dr. Oz gets an insider’s look at the experimental therapies currently being given to the President from one of the researchers who knows them best, virus hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin.
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