Michigan Reports 1,359 New COVID Cases, 13 Deaths Wednesday Michigan Reports 1,359 New COVID Cases, 13 Deaths Wednesday 
Dave & Buster's Layoffs | Over 300 Michigan Employees To Lose Their Jobs In NovemberDave & Buster's Layoffs | Over 300 Michigan Employees To Lose Their Jobs In November
A Man Accused Of Killing A Six-Year-Old Boy Is Now Behind Bars And Now A Mother Is Crying A Sigh Of Relief TonightA Man Accused Of Killing A Six-Year-Old Boy Is Now Behind Bars And Now A Mother Is Crying A Sigh Of Relief Tonight
Dog Food Recall | Champ, Field Trial, Good Dog, Hunter's Special Over Mold By-Product
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Vice President To Campaign In Michigan First Visit Since August, Will Be In Grand Rapids Vice President To Campaign In Michigan First Visit Since August, Will Be In Grand Rapids 
Proposal ’N’ Promises To Restore Homes In Good Conditions And Rid The Bad Ones, But Not Everyone Is On BoardProposal ’N’ Promises To Restore Homes In Good Conditions And Rid The Bad Ones, But Not Everyone Is On Board
Southfield Public Library Closed | Staffer Tests Positive For Covid-19, Library Closes For CleaningSouthfield Public Library Closed | Staffer Tests Positive For Covid-19, Library Closes For Cleaning
Michigan Reports 1,237 New Covid-19 Cases, 30 Deaths TuesdayMichigan Reports 1,237 New Covid-19 Cases, 30 Deaths Tuesday
Michigan Supreme Court Won’t Delay Effect Of Pandemic RulingMichigan Supreme Court Won’t Delay Effect Of Pandemic Ruling
West Bloomfield Man Charged In Execution-Style Killing Of 6-Year-Old Boy, 2 OthersWest Bloomfield Man Charged In Execution-Style Killing Of 6-Year-Old Boy, 2 Others
3 Men Appear In Court Over Plot To Overthrow Gov. Whitmer, Michigan GovernmentTHREE OF THE SIX MEN FACING FEDERAL CHARGES FOR A PLOT TO KIDNAP WHITMER -- MADE THEIR FIRST COURT APPEARANCE TODAY.
Microsoft Employees | Working From Home Could Be Permanent For SomeMicrosoft is already making plans for the post-pandemic world. The technology giant is allowing employees to continue to work from home. 
 COVID-19 In Michigan | Michigan Medicine Looking For Volunteers In Second Vaccine TrialMichigan medicine is recruiting at least 60-thousand volunteers for it's second vaccine trial. The University of Michigan is partnering with Janssen, a division of Johnson & Johnson company.  This trial is one of several COVID-19 vaccines developing  in Michigan.
Michigan Reports 1,809 New Covid Cases, 7 Deaths MondayMichigan Reports 1,809 New Covid Cases, 7 Deaths Monday
The Fight To Protect Tenants From Evictions During The Pandemic ContinuesA fund meant to help renters in need is slowly disbursing payments due to application delays.
Democrats Are Defending The U.S. Senate Seat In Michigan This Year. Michigan, incumbent Gary Peters is currently leading republican challenger John James by three points -- according to a CBS news poll.
Whitmer Is Confident Michigan Is Prepared To Conduct The November Election The Right WayGovernor Gretchen Whitmer appeared on "Face The Nation" Sunday where she said she's confident Michigan is prepared to conduct the November election the right way.
Protests Call On Michigan Legislature, Congress To Pass A Resolution Condemning War Crimes Committed Against Armenian PeopleAmerican Armenians marched at Michigan's state capitol on Sunday to protest Turkish and (Azer-Ba-Jan) Azerbaijani violence over a central region. Hundreds of Armenian's have now died. Protests call on Michigan legislature and congress to pass a resolution condemning war crimes committed against Armenian people.
Governor Whitmer Signed The Clean Slate BillMaking Michigan The 3rd State to put the law on the books, and the 1st state to incorporate qualifying felonies. CW50’s April Morton has more from today’s historic press conference. 
Dollar General To Launch PopShelf, A $5 Store Chain(CBS DETROIT) – Dollar General is opening a store that will cost you a little more than a dollar. PopShelf as it will be called is aimed at higher-end consumers in areas with a higher average household income. About 95 percent of items will still be around $5 or less. PopShelf will focus less on necessities like food and cleaning supplies and more on discretionary items like home decor and beauty products. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Man Pleas For Kidney On Facebook, Receives One From Complete Stranger(CBS DETROIT) - Facebook and other social media platforms is mainly used for catching up with family and friends or the latest fashion treads, but Mark Quaglia from Macomb says without it, he wouldn’t be alive. In February of 2018 he was rushed to St. John Hospital with chest pain. What he thought was heartburn turned out to be kidney failure.
Ford Extends Work From Home For Office Workers Until Next June(CBS DETROIT) – Ford Motor Company plans to keep tis office workers home until at least next June. The Detroit News reports the automaker announced the extension Thursday to its workers in a company memo. Ford currently employs thousands of employees in offices across the country. They have been working remotely since March.  © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Michigan Reports 1,095 New Covid-19 Cases, 7 Deaths FridayMICHIGAN (CBS DETROIT) - The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 1,095 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional seven deaths Friday. This brings the state total of COVID-19 cases to 133,134 and 6,876 deaths as of Oct. 9.
Mayor Duggan: Detroit Will Follow Whitmer's Orders Despite Supreme Court RulingDETROIT (AP) — The city of Detroit will continue to adhere to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s emergency orders aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus, even after the state Supreme Court ruled she has no authority to impose restrictions. Mayor Mike Duggan told reporters Friday that Michigan’s Public Health Code of 1978 gives local health officers the right to act in an epidemic. In Detroit, at least, restaurants still have to limit capacity to 50%, while capacity at the city’s three casinos is limited to 15%. People must wear masks in public. Michigan Supreme Court justices in a 4-3 vote last week declared the 1945 law repeatedly used by Whitmer to respond to the coronavirus pandemic unconstitutional. The ruling has put months of restrictions in jeopardy while COVID-19 continues to flare up around the state. The public health order issued Friday by Detroit’s Chief Public Health Officer Denise Fair reinstates aspects of Whitmer’s order that were struck down by the justices. Appropriate face coverings are required in public and on public transportation. Capacity limitations still are required in Detroit's restaurants, bars and casinos. Bowling alleys, theaters, gyms and other venues are allowed to operate so long as they comply with rules for workplaces and gatherings, according to Fair’s order. Duggan praised Whitmer’s leadership on COVID-19 guidance since she issued stay-at-home orders in March. “We have always had the right to operate as a city,” Duggan said. “We haven’t done it because of the leadership. What we are going to do is make sure this city has certainty and continuity because what we are doing is making sure the steps the governor has taken continue to protect the city of Detroit.” More than 132,000 virus cases have been confirmed in Michigan and more than 6,800 people have died from the virus, according to the state. Detroit has reported more than 14,680 confirmed cases and 1,541 deaths. Duggan said Detroit residents are being infected with the virus at half the rate of suburban residents and others across the state. “But if an African American gets COVID-19, African Americans are two to three times more likely to die of it than Caucasians,” he said. Then, in a barely veiled dig at President Donald Trump, Duggan added: “I really want to be clear what we all know, that if somebody in Detroit gets COVID-19, there’s no helicopter coming to take you to Walter Reed Hospital for the latest experimental treatment.” Last week, a presidential helicopter took Trump from the White House lawn to the hospital in nearby Bethesda, Maryland, where he spent several days getting treated for the coronavirus. The Michigan Supreme Court did not make clear when Whitmer’s order would end. The court’s action came on the same day that Whitmer’s foes submitted more than 539,000 signatures in a bid to repeal the ’45 law. Republicans in the state Legislature have said a 1976 law gives lawmakers a say in any emergency declarations after 28 days. © 2020 Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed

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