It’s “Urgent” at MSU
Oddly, considering the urgent characterization of the MSU outbreak, the Ingham County Health Department has no problems if students want to leave their residence to go to a job or venture out in the community to do things like grocery shopping, or to get medicine or medical supplies.
MI Supreme Court Zeroes In On Actions Of The Governor
The Plaintiffs contend the Governor's unilateral COVID-19 virus emergency declaration extension and subsequent lockdown and restriction Orders run contrary to Michigan Law.
9/11 Commemorative Event In Battle Creek Tonight
Horrific and unforgettable terrorist attacks on America 19 years ago are being remembered today at a special ceremony in Battle Creek.
Dangerous EEE Cases Building
State Agriculture Department doctors say if you own horses and they aren’t vaccinated, you need to give that more than strong consideration.
Workplace Safety Ambassadors Or State Virus Enforcers?
Two state departments are taking the wraps off what they are describing as an Ambassador Program. They say the intent is to assist Michigan business owners and managers understand and follow COVID-19 virus-related workplace safety regulations.
Dangerous Lake Michigan Conditions At South Haven
A number of rescues were initiated after boaters and swimmers alike got into trouble while facing the strong wave action. One rescue attempt isn’t over. But emergency crews in South Haven are more inclined at this point to view the efforts as a potential recovery operation.
U of M Student Instructors Strike Over Virus And Law Enforcement
Graduate student instructors at the University of Michigan are on strike today. University administrators say the action is illegal and also violates their contract.
Tale Of Two Michigan Unemployment Stories
Since the virus outbreak began in March, the state reports about $22 billion in unemployment benefits have been paid to more than 2.1 million workers. Sounds awesome. But there is another side to the story.
Fitness Centers Preparing To Reopen Tomorrow
Fitness Centers and gyms across the southern lower peninsula are scrambling to get last-minute preparations in order. They can reopen with lots of restrictions starting tomorrow morning.
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Cases Building In Michigan
The Michigan Health and Human Services Department now reports at least 10 horses throughout the state are testing positive. No people in the state so far are confirmed to have contracted the mosquito-borne virus.