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Michigan universities trying to prevent deportation of international studentsWayne State and Oakland University will join the likes of Harvard, MIT and the University of Michigan in a fight to keep international students from being deported.

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Police: 31-Year-Old Man Stable After Detroit ShootingPolice say a 31-year-old man is in stable condition after a shooting.

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'We Need To Have Diverse Stories': Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine On Showtime's 'The Chi'The star of "The Chi" on Showtime discusses the many layers of his character Ronnie Davis and why this show is so important today with the conversations happening nationally about racial injustice.

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Gov. Whitmer Signs Order Outlining Safety Guidelines For Meat Processing FacilitiesGovernor Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order Thursday outlining workplace safety guidelines for meatpacking plants to keep employees safe.

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Detroit Announces $750K Grant For Undocumented ResidentsDetroit was one of 20 cities awarded the Covid-19 UndocuFund.

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Michigan care facilities lobby federal health official for COVID-19 aidMichigan care facilities still struggle with a lack of personal protective equipment and COVID-19 testing capacity as they prepare for a possible resurgence of the virus, health leaders said during a Thursday discussion with a top federal health official.

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Commentary: Mask up, Michigan, keep our businesses openWe have been home for four months. It's hot and we are all pretty bothered.

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Coronavirus In Michigan: Here's An Updated List Of Positive Cases, DeathsHere's a list of the positive cases, including 6,024 deaths, in the state as of Thursday afternoon.

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Michigan reports additional 446 coronavirus cases ThursdayThe Michigan health department has reported an additional 446 coronavirus cases Thursday, bringing the statewide total to 67,683.

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Michigan Civil Service Commission chair moved to IllinoisChairwoman Janet McClelland calls the Michigan Civil Service Commission meeting to order on Wednesday, Sept.

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Whitmer: Michigan school reopening threatened by rising coronavirus casesGov. Gretchen Whitmer warned Michigan families Thursday: If you want kids back in school in September, wear face masks today.

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Michigan PPP loan recipients: Search the full listMichigan businesses that applied for and received a loan as part of a national effort to save small companies during the coronavirus pandemic is now public information.

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On Mackinac Island, Lake Huron's waves are destroying an iconic highwayState officials are scrambling to save the carless road that encircles the island, beloved as one of Michigan most scenic bike rides.

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Michigan AG Nessel Sends Letter to Civil Service CommissionMichigan AG Nessel Sends Letter to Civil Service Commission Arguing Proposed Rule Change for Union Dues Will Hurt State Employees - Attorney General Dana Nessel in a letter expressed her disagreement with the Michigan Civil Service Commission's proposed rule change that would make it more burdensome for state employees to support unions by...

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July 9, 2020Michigan reports the highest number of new coronavirus cases in seven weeks, several regions of Michigan moved into increased risk categories for COVID-19 and the University of Michigan plans to join a lawsuit against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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Saxophonist Cannonball Adderley Rare 1966 Concerts Going Digital"Cannonball Adderley's Swingin' in Seattle: Live at the Penthouse" features the jazz great's quintet captured live on radio in 1966 and 1967 over four performances.

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Lack Of Unity Is A Bigger Threat Than Coronavirus, WHO Chief Says In Emotional SpeechThe COVID-19 pandemic is testing the world - and humanity is failing because of a lack of leadership and unity, the head of the World Health Organization declared in a passionate speech Thursday.

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Michigan AG to handle prosecutions from large Diamond Lake partyThe state Attorney General's Office has agreed to handle the prosecution of any crimes stemming from a large party on a southwestern Michigan lake in which hundreds of people ignored state orders to wear masks or socially distance.

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No Lighter Sentence For Man Convicted Of Murder As TeenA man convicted of killing his pregnant girlfriend when they were teenagers in 1970 won't get a shorter prison sentence.

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Is the Big Ten Implementing A Conference-Only Schedule Amidst The COVID-19 Crisis?If this ends up happening, what western division foe do you want to add?

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Some People Agree To Disagree Over What's Safe During The PandemicAt the start of the coronavirus pandemic Donna Joe says her adult daughters had all kinds of advice to keep her safe.

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Michigan State University: Masks Are Mandatory On CampusMichigan State University President Samuel Stanley says masks will be mandatory indoors and outdoors for students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus to contain the spread of COVID-19.

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Will coronavirus curb ACT and SAT admissions tests at Michigan colleges?High school students can't find sites to take high-stakes tests, or are seeing sites cancelling exams due to COVID-19.

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Pandemic Halts Harbaugh's New Deal With MichiganMichigan coach Jim Harbaugh said Wednesday he was closing in on a contract extension before coping with the COVID-19 pandemic became a top priority for all involved in the discussions.

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ICYMI: Here's Gov. Whitmer's Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference Thursday providing updates on the state's response to COVID-19.

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Whitmer's Executive Directive Requires Implicit Bias Training For Michigan Health Care ProfessionalsThe new rules will require health care professionals to undergo training to help reduce racial and other disparities in delivery of medical services.

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56th ACM Awards Set To Air LIVE On CBS On April 18th, 2021CBS, the Academy of Country Music and Dick Clark productions have revealed that the 56th Academy Of Country Music Awards will be broadcast live on Sunday, April 18th 2021 at 8:00PM ET/delayed PT, only on CBS and streaming on CBS All Access.

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Gov. Whitmer: Health workers must get 'implicit bias' trainingLANSING — All health workers in Michigan will be required to receive "implicit bias" training under a directive issued Thursday by Gov.

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Michigan Chamber Endorses John James For U.S. Senate And Several Business-Friendly Candidates For U.S. House Of Representatives.LANSING, Mich., July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - The Michigan Chamber of Commerce today announced its endorsement of John James for U.S. Senate.

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Smile with Your Eyes, Protect LivesCOVID-19 spreads mainly among people who are in close contact, be sure to wear your mask when out in the public.

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City Opera House in Traverse City Hosts Virtual Summer EventsIt's a sign of the times with virtual events and there are silver linings. The City Opera House in Traverse City is a true example of that.

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Gov. Whitmer Signs Order to Require Health Care Professionals to Undergo Implicit Bias TrainingGovernor Gretchen Whitmer issued a directive requiring all Michigan health professionals to get implicit bias training to address the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus on people of color.

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University of Michigan is poorly serving sexual abuse survivorsUniversity of Michigan officials shouldn't run its own claims resolution program for those abused by Dr. Robert Anderson.

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Summer Day Trips from Grand Rapids, MIWho's ready for an adventure? Here are some summer day trips from Grand Rapids, MI to try this season.

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WATCH: Will Michigan play football this fall? All eyes on NCAA after Ivy League announcementJoin me as I discuss these topics and what they mean for the 2020 season and Michigan's chances of playing football are amongst all of this news.

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Confused? Anxious? Prickly? Couturiers At Viktor and Rolf Have You CoveredWant to social-distance in style this fall? Couturiers at Viktor and Rolf - known for campy, high-concept looks - are introducing a fall collection they're describing as "three wardrobes for three mindsets in extraordinary times of change." Those three mindsets: Anxiety, Confusion and a hopeful ending with Love.

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Troopers in Crawford Co. Use Facial Recognition to Identify Man Resisting ArrestJoshua Sutcliffe of Mesick is charged with assault and resisting police. In mid-June, state police say he punched someone in the face at a bar in Grayling over a game of pool.

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Singer John Legend endorses Victoria Burton-Harris for Wayne County prosecutorSinger and activist John Legend recently began "paying close attention" to elections for district attorneys and prosecutors, saying they are "crucial to changing our justice system." On Wednesday, Legend threw his support behind five candidates in Arizona, Florida, and Michigan, including Victoria Burton-Harris, a Detroit-based attorney who is...

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Enbridge: No Damage Found to West Leg of Line 5-9 and 10 NewsEnbridge says they used an inline device and found no damage like dents or missing metal.

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Supreme Court Rules Manhattan DA Can Access President Trump's Tax RecordsIn a major ruling, the Supreme Court says President Donald Trump cannot deny prosecutors access to his financial records.

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Sault Ste. Marie Pub Closed for Cleaning Due to Possible COVID-19 ExposureThe Merch says someone was in the bar Wednesday between 7 and 9 a.m. That person later tested positive for coronavirus.

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Ionia youth's sentencing adjourned again as he plans to withdraw plea for Portland shootingRicardo Martinez-Cruz stands at the podium in Ionia County Circuit Court, where he was to be sentenced but instead asked to withdraw his plea.

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Wedgwood names director of substance use disorder treatment servicesA local faith-based social services nonprofit selected a new leader to oversee the organization's substance use disorder treatment programs for adolescents and adults.

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Michigan's Luiji Vilain could be a difference maker if he can put together a complete seasonWith health issues behind him, now is the time for the edge to make an impact.

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Cattle Truck Crashes, Cows Escape On I-75Police say the driver was not injured but the crash is still under investigation.

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Another 1.3 Million People File for UnemploymentAnother 1.3 million people filed for first-time unemployment claims last week. While weekly jobless claims have been lower for more than three months since a peak in March, they are not trending downward as quickly as economists would like.

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Unpacking Michigan's Confusing Auto Insurance Changes w/ Todd BergWe've talked about auto insurance reform in Michigan a few times on this show. I can remember back to a beautiful day on the porch of the Grand Hotel on Mackinac a little over a year ago, when I was with Governor Gretchen Whitmer and our legislative leaders who were hailing a deal that was supposed to save Michiganders money - which is a top...

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Dani Darling shares lyric video for lonely quarantine song 'S+M,' talks performing live shows during a pandemicFor her new video, Ann Arbor singer-songwriter Dani Darling goes full lo-fi bedroom pop — literally.

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Configura to host virtual conferenceConfigura, a Grand Rapids maker of CET Designer software, announced the 13th annual CET Experience will be hosted as a virtual conference Oct.

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Dog shot and killed as police attempt to arrest Ionia womanIonia County District Court Judge Raymond Voet listens at right during a preliminary examination for Amber Martin, who appeared in court with her attorney, Larry Lewis, while Assistant Prosecutor Rick Lobbes prosecuted the case.

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'STOP GETTING TESTED' For Coronavirus, Ohio Politician Tells ConstituentsOhio state Rep. Nino Vitale is urging his constituents not to get tested for the coronavirus, flouting advice from health officials - and from another Republican lawmaker, Gov.

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Police: Man Killed, Woman Injured In Shooting Outside Family Dollar Store In Ecorse, Suspect On The LoosePolice are investigating a shooting that killed a man and injured a woman outside a Family Dollar store in Ecorse.

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Antrim County Deputies Investigating Disappearance of 14-Year-Old GirlPolice are asking for your help to find a missing teen out of Antrim County.

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'Invisible Man' Scholar On Ralph Ellison In Context of 2020 BLM MovementIn this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with Alan Wald, H. Chandler Davis Collegiate Professor Emeritus in the Department of American Culture at the University of Michigan, studies 20th-century U.S. cultural left.

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Oak Park Police Searching For Suspect Involved In Deadly ShootingOak Park Police say a suspect is on the loose after a deadly shooting.

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Josh Gattis' perseverance could pay off as Michigan pursues Xavier WorthyFresno. Central East wide receiver Xavier Worthy announces his college commitment on Friday, and Michigan is hoping he decides to come to Ann Arbor.

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Throwback Thursday: Michigan's Hottest Day EverThink this heat is bad? Check out what it was like in July of 1936 where the record was set for our state's hottest recorded temperature.

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Wendi's Sunset Lavender Focuses on 'Smell, Relax, Repeat'Wendi Snell of Traverse City knows all too well that life can change in an instant.

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Edmore woman accused of embezzling up to $100,000 from 90-year-oldAn Edmore woman is charged with embezzling up to $100,000 from an elderly woman for whom she was providing care.

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Outdoor supplier rolls out vehicle appliance to dry wet glovesOutdoor accessories supplier Never Limited Products began marketing a portable glove dryer solution for the problem of water-soaked outdoor gloves.

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Rep. Tlaib supports BREATHE Act, includes defunding police, reparations, universal basic incomeTwo members of "the Squad" have thrown their support behind wide-ranging legislation that would address many of the demands of the massive nationwide Black Lives Matter protests that followed the death of George Floyd under Minneapolis police.

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Here's A Closer Look At Recent Bills Gov. Whitmer Signed, VetoedGovernor Gretchen Whitmer signed several House and Senate bills into law Wednesday, and also vetoed several bills.

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Michigan unemployment cases remain elevated, but steadyNew unemployment claims in Michigan remain above totals from two weeks ago as COVID-19 refuses to relinquish its impact on the economy.

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Cornerstone adjusts academic calendarCornerstone University will start and end its fall semester early this year because of the potential threat of a second wave of COVID-19.

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4 Fitness Myths That Just Won't Go AwayAll workouts are not created equal, but it can be confusing to know which ones give the best results.

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Michigan State Spartans Scouting Report: Emoni BatesLet's take a look at what makes Emoni Bates a generational talent and what Spartan fans can expect in the future.

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Michigan unemployment claims remain at elevated levels after spikeThe number of state residents seeking unemployment benefits remained at elevated levels last week after nearly doubling the prior week, new unemployment claims data shows.

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GTPulse: The Big PieIf you've ever driven around Traverse City, chances are you've seen it. A giant pie tin that has remained outside the entrance of Sara Lee on Cass Street for so long, it's managed to blend in to the scenery.

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Founders releases next Mothership Series beerFounders Brewing Co. announced Blushing Padre as the next release in the Mothership Series.

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Thursday Recruiting Roundup: Four-star WR target announcing commitment tomorrowOne of Michigan's top targets is committing to his future school tomorrow afternoon.

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COVID-19 latest information for Detroit, MichiganMichigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has a reopening plan that she revealed in May. She revealed six phases of her "MI Safe Start Plan," designed to reengage the state's economy since it was first shut down in March.

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Michigan fire officials report increase in fire fatalities across the stateThe Michigan Fire Inspectors Society reported that the state has had75 fire fatalities so far in 2020, a 39% increase compared to 2019.

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Historic West Side building rebranded as co-working spaceThe historic Sobota building in Grand Rapids' West Side is under new ownership.

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Michigan Lottery Results For Wednesday, July 8, 2020These Michigan lotteries were drawn Wednesday, July 8, 2020.

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Eye on the Day for Thursday, July 9, 2020COVID-19 continues surging in the South, the White House talks schools reopening, and a poll says people will be spending less money post-pandemic.

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July Blog ScheduleJuly is a super busy month for me and I think blogging will have to take more of a backseat in my life for awhile.

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Pool popularity surges in Michigan: Warning to keep kids safeParents need to be keeping safety top of mind while new pools are popping up across Michigan this summer.

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Michigan's substitute teacher shortage could be worsened by COVID-19Michigan schools could face an even worse substitute teacher shortage because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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See Comet Neowise in Michigan this month!Comet Neowise by Lake Superior Photo Shawn of Lake Superior Photo took this photo of Comet Neowise peeking through the clouds and fog yesterday morning.

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What Michigan's state workers can expect for eventual return to officeNo crowding the elevator and other plans for state workers' eventual return to the office.

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How Jalen Mayfield 'looks phenomenal' heading into 2020 for MichiganThe junior is seeking to cause havoc on the line this season.

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Planning For End-Of-Life Care Is More Crucial Than Ever. Here's HowThe coronavirus pandemic has been a stark reminder "that things can change in a minute - and so you've got to be prepared," says Sunita Puri, medical director for palliative care at the Keck Medical Center at the University of Southern California.

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Coronavirus in Michigan: Here's what to know July 9, 2020Monday's update represents an increase of 295 confirmed cases and three additional deaths. Sunday's total was 65,876 confirmed cases and 5,972 deaths.

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Several Michigan Agencies Launch Line 5 WebsiteSeveral Michigan agencies including the Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy, the Michigan Public Service Commission, and the Mackinac Straits Corridor Authority have launched a website, allowing residents to keep up with the permit process for Canadian Oil Company Enbridge's proposed new tunnel and pipeline, which will carry crude...

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MTM On The Road: Grand Rapids Public Museum Reopens With Tons of Fun ExhibitsThe Grand Rapids Public Museum is back open and has fun exhibits for everyone to enjoy.

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Travel increased in Michigan during Fourth of July weekendAn analysis of mobility flow data gathered by Cuebiq, a measurement firm that tracks anonymized location data of people using cellphone GPS, shows that Cass County had a mobility rate of 66%, meaning 66% of cellphones entered or left the county that weekend - presumably in someone's purse or pocket.

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Michigan company enters fitness scene by producing popular kettle bellsA global manufacturer is counting on Michigan for help in making some of its most popular fitness equipment.

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'Devastated': As Layoffs Keep Coming, Hopes Fade That Jobs Will Return QuicklyFrom airlines to paper mills, the job news is grim, and there are growing signs it won't be getting better anytime soon.

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'We Were Treated Worse Than Animals': Disaster Recovery Workers Confront COVID-19Two crises collided this spring in Michigan. The state was already under a coronavirus lockdown when a catastrophic storm hit and a pair of dams failed, flooding the city of Midland.

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Trump Administration Seeks to Block Settlement Between Sierra Club and Michigan UtilityMotion asks court to reject deal that would require DTE Energy to close three coal-fired power plants and pay $2 million for local environmental improvements.

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University of Michigan joins lawsuit against ICE policy, officials sayThe University of Michigan will be joining other universities, including Harvard and MIT, in suing Immigration and Customs Enforcement for a policy that says international students must take in-person classes this fall or face being deported.

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Gov. Whitmer threatens stricter laws if Michigan residents refuse to 'mask up'Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is threatening to impose stricter mask laws amid a spike in coronavirus cases and mounting evidence that some residents aren't taking precautions seriously.

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Petoskey Library Gets Help Paying for Tutors, Helping KidsThe Petoskey District Library received over $9,000 in grants to help fund its Growing Readers Together program.

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Kids Send Letters to The Future! 2020 Time Capsule Burial in CadillacWith how much has happened in 2020, Staircase Youth Services of Wexford and Missaukee Counties wanted to give kids and teens the chance to share their thoughts about the year through a time capsule.

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New York Jets' Le'Veon Bell among ESPN's top running backs for 2020It wasn't long ago that former Michigan State star Le'Veon Bell was considered one of the top two or three running backs in the NFL.

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COVID-19 Cases Hit 12 Million Mark WorldwideWorldwide, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has hit the 12 million mark. And the U.S. continues to lead, surpassing the 3 million mark.

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Pres. Trump Advocates for Reopening of Schools in The FallConversations continue on if, and how schools will reopen for the coming school year. Education Secretary Betsy Devos insists schools must reopen and slams plans for a hybrid of alternating days in the classroom.

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Former Officer Charged in George Floyd Case Seeks DismissalWe have an update in the case involving George Floyd, who died in the hands of Minneapolis Police in May.

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When It Comes To Reopening Schools, 'The Devil's In The Details,' Educators SayJeanne Norris is a teacher, the wife of a teacher and the mother of an 8-year-old in St. Louis.

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Doctors in the House: History of Medical Interns and Residents at Michigan MedicineFor their first year, they're called "interns", and after that "residents" or "house officers." These terms roll off the tongues of everyone in an academic medical center without much thought.

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Boatload of Michigan relatives surprise Sarnia womanA group of Michigan residents staged a friendly near invasion at the Point Edward waterfront Thursday morning to surprise Patricia Greenwood on her 80th birthday.

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Hospital execs: Michigan at a 'tipping point' in COVID-19 battleLansing - Michigan is at a "tipping point" in its fight against COVID-19 four months after confirming its first cases of the virus, the president and CEO of Detroit's Henry Ford Health System said Thursday.

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Federal judge backs Democrats, rules against SEP challenge to Michigan ballot access requirements during pandemicA federal judge sided with Michigan Democrats on Wednesday and ruled against the Socialist Equality Party in its lawsuit to block the state's unconstitutional rules for ballot access in the 2020 presidential elections.

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Coronavirus helping Michigan cherry farmersThe National Cherry Festival may have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but Michigan cherry farmers say, the crisis is actually helping them on a global scale.

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Enbridge's Line 5 Investigation Finds No Damage to PipelineEnbridge says they did not find damage to the west leg of the Line 5 pipeline.

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Brazil's Bolsonaro Sued For Unmasking As He Announced Positive Test For COVID-19A group representing Brazilian journalists says it will file suit against the country's president, Jair Bolsonaro, after he took off a protective mask as he spoke with reporters about his COVID-19 diagnosis.

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Records reveal devastating toll in nursing homes as COVID-19 hitAs the pandemic slammed Michigan, workers inside some of the state's hardest-hit nursing homes rationed protective gear, went without COVID-19 tests and struggled to care for seniors who carried a deadly virus.

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New York City Schools To Open In Fall With Some In-Person InstructionNew York City Mayor Bill De Blasio said on Wednesday that the city's schools will open in the fall, but with a mix of in-person and remote learning options.

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NASCAR will return to Michigan in AugustMichigan International Speedway will host four races in three days, including a Cup Series double-header.

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Retail Stores Are Asking For Clear Mask Requirements Across StatesThe Retail Industry Leaders Association which represents major chains like Walmart and Target is asking the National Governor Association to require all Americans to wear face coverings when in stores.

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Extreme Heat, Old Infrastructure Has Caused Over 80 Water Main Breaks In DetroitHot days and an old infrastructure is to blame for the water main breaks.

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Suspect In Murder-Suicide That Killed A City Worker Accused In Separate HomicideWestland Police says Jones committed suicide after allegedly killing Detroit City Council staffer DeAndree Watson early Sunday morning.

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Road Trip! 3 Areas Under 90 Minutes to Check Out This WeekendPlan a socially distant road trip this weekend with this list. We think you'll find something fun to do and a great place to eat, all under 90 minutes away!

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State grant program to support agricultural worker safetyThe state will open up applications for the Michigan Agricultural Safety Grant Program next week.

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Houston Mayor Cancels Texas GOP's In-Person Convention, Citing Public Health ConcernsA week before the Texas Republican Party's in-person convention was set to draw thousands to Houston, city officials have hit the brakes.

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Midland Ace Hardware Receives 48,000 Pounds of Drywall to Donate in Flood ReliefThe idea originated from Store Manager Daniel Buzzell who reached out to the Ace Hardware corporate office to see if they could help in the relief, They returned in donating more than $7,000 in drywall.

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College Sports Falling Victim To Coronavirus And Financial StressesThere will be no fall sports in the Ivy League this year, officials announced on Wednesday.

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Art forgery ring targeted by FBI raids near Traverse CityFBI agents raided a home in northern Michigan this week while investigating a sophisticated art forgery ring that allegedly tricked connoisseurs into buying phony paintings purported to be from top American artists.

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Census Bureau Expands Early Door Knocking For Count To 6 More StatesThe list of places where a masked worker from the Census Bureau may be knocking on front doors later this month is getting longer.

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Michigan redshirt freshmen who should make an impact in 2020Whether they suffered injuries, had to grow into their roles or simply had to wait their turn, expect several players who played sparingly a season ago to emerge in 2020.

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Liquor distributor fined $3 million by state of MichiganA major liquor distributor is facing a stiff fine after shortages that thinned store shelves in Michigan last year.

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Whitmer uses veto pen on tax billsGovernor Gretchen Whitmer vetoed a series of tax bills on Wednesday. The governor described the bills as "a commendable effort" to provide relief to.

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Greenville detective retires after 31 years as his son follows in footsteps as state police trooperGreenville Department of Public Safety Det. Wayne Dillon, left, stands with his son, Michigan State Police Trooper Alex Dillon, after having pinned Alex with his badge upon graduating from the state police recruitment school in June.

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Michigan lawmakers discuss potential police reform plansMichigan state representatives revealed their plans to transform police and public safety Wednesday morning.

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Emmet Co. Eagle Released Back Into the WildAn eagle was released back into the wild on Wednesday after being rehabilitated from an injury.

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The number of new cases is slowing from a East Lansing bar turned COVID-19 hotspotThe number of new COVID-19 cases tied to an East Lansing bar is starting to wane.

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United Airlines Tells 36,000 Employees They Might Lose Their JobsThe devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the air travel industry is becoming clearer, as United Airlines announced on Wednesday that it may need to cut its U.S.-based workforce nearly in half when federal payroll funding runs out in October.

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Stateside: Cornelius Fredericks' death; Black mental health; Nessel sues DeVos over CARES fundsToday on Stateside, developments in the cases surrounding the death of 16-year-old Cornelius Fredericks at a youth facility in Kalamazoo.

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Michigan attorney general: Betsy DeVos 'reverse Robin Hood' taking from poorer schools to give to richer onesMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel reacts to the Trump administration's threat to "cut off" funding for schools that do not reopen in the fall from coronavirus lockdown.

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Governor Whitmer extends water shutoff moratoriumGovernor Gretchen Whitmer has extended a moratorium on water service shutoffs for non-payment through the end of the year.

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"A complicated pain": Systemic racism's impact on Black Americans' mental healthBlack Americans reported a significant spike in symptoms of anxiety and depression following the release of the video that showed a Minneapolis police officer kneeling on George Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes.

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Northern Michigan in Focus: Sequestered Art ExhibitFor the last few months a lot of us were stuck at home for a long time.

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Michigan Parkinson Foundation connects with people through virtual workoutsExercise has shown to have many benefits for people with Parkinson's Disease, and the Michigan Parkinson Foundation is working to stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Otsego Co. EMS/Rescue Tech Returns Home After 3 Month Battle with COVID-19-9 and 10 NewsThe Otsego County EMS/Rescue team was hit hard by the coronavirus. In total, 8 members tested positive with two facing months long hospital stays.

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City of Charlevoix Cancels Summer Events Through Labor DayThe City of Charlevoix has decided to cancel any public events in public spaces from now to Labor Day.

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"We don't need white saviors." A Black social worker calls her white colleagues to action.The COVID-19 pandemic is sweeping through communities of color like a thief in the night, stealing parents, grandparents, children, siblings and leaving behind grief, trauma, economic and educational instability.

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With Max Christie on board, stars are aligning for Michigan State Spartans on recruiting trailAnd considering there's no guarantee when college basketball might be played again, what else is there?

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Stanton DDA launches fundraising opportunities, begins holiday decor sponsorshipFeaturing a new "STANd TOgether Now" logo designed by hometown artist John Rios, the Stanton Downtown Development Authority has recently started selling Stanton merchandise in an effort to raise money for a new downtown speaker system.

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Jim Harbaugh names dual-sport freshman that's impressed in workoutsThere are high expectations for the 6-foot, 200-pound Moten. The dual-sport athlete will be playing for Michigan's baseball team and hit an impressive.508 with 6 home runs, 25 RBI's, during 13 stolen bases during his senior season.

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How Experts Are Containing COVID-19 Through Contact TracingAs more cases of COVID-19 are uncovered every day, you are hearing more about contact tracing.

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MDOT to undertake study making Michigan freeways into toll roadsGov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill Wednesday that orders the department to hire a consultant within 18 months that will study the feasibility of converting certain freeways into toll roads.

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The Michigan Man PodcastRainer spent 3 years as The Alabama beat writer for AL.com before joining the Free Press last fall.

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Grand Traverse Honor Guard Unveils New Van to Transport Veterans to EventsThanks to generous community support, the Honor Guard has a reliable set of wheels to transport veterans.

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Healthy Living: Reversing Blood Flow to Prevent StrokesThis year 140,000 people will die from a stroke. It happens when blood flow to the brain is blocked.

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Sights and Sounds: Cooling Off on Lake CharlevoixIn Sights and Sounds of Northern Michigan, we're headed to the lake. Photojournalist Jeremy Erickson captured the ways people are enjoying this hot, sunny weather on Lake Charlevoix off the coast of Boyne City.

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Threats to cut federal aid draws criticism from Michigan educatorsSchool teachers are speaking out against the White House's push for schools to be fully opened in the fall.

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Jim Harbaugh: 'Never experienced anything inappropriate' with ex-Michigan doctor accused of sex abuseScores of lawsuits have been filed against the University of Michigan regarding sexual abuse by former athletic department team physician Dr. Robert Anderson, but Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh said he never experienced, heard or saw anything inappropriate involving the doctor.

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Peninsula Fire Department Adding Third Station to Service Northern HomesThe Peninsula Township Fire Department just got the green light to build another fire station.

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Top Pediatrician Says States Shouldn't Force Schools To Reopen If Virus Is SurgingPresident Trump issued a forceful call this week for America's K-12 schools to reopen full time for all children in the fall, suggesting that Democrats want to keep schools closed ahead of the November election and even threatening to cut off federal funding to schools if they don't fully reopen.

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Republican National Distribution Company Fined $3 Million for Liquor ShortageMichigan's largest liquor distributor got fined $3 million. It's for delays in shipping alcohol to vendors.

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Jim Harbaugh says he was close to extension at Michigan before pandemicJim Harbaugh says he was closing in on a contract extension at Michigan before coping with the coronavirus pandemic.

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Michigan Chamber Of Commerce Disappointed In Governor Whitmer's Veto Of Property Tax ReliefLANSING, Mich., July 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - The Michigan Chamber is disappointed in Governor's latest veto that will hurt Michigan businesses and individuals.

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Story That Kills YouWhat I'd read him was nothing more than nonsense put to paper in my free time, sheltering my hope that life would not always be what it had been until now, a good life in the dullest sense of goodn...

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Millions of dollars available for first responders and local governments in MichiganMichigan Treasurer Rachael Eubanks said there are two new grant programs which will provide an overall total of $300 million to help first responders receive premium hazard pay.

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In the summer of 1990, a newly freed Nelson Mandela flew into Detroit onboard one of Donald Trump's short-lived Trump Shuttles for an anti-apartheid rThirty years ago on a portentous day in Pretoria, South African president F.W. de Klerk announced he would free Nelson Mandela the following day after the Black anti-apartheid leader had spent more than 27 years as a political prisoner of the country's white minority government.

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Coronavirus Tracker: 610 new cases, the highest one-day total in seven weeksThis continuously updated post includes details of Michigan's confirmed COVID-19 cases, maps of locations, state curve data, what the state is doing to contain the spread, and expert suggestions on how you can stay safe.

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Michigan State players out of TBTAll four former Michigan State players have seen their teams eliminated from The Basketball Tournament.

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International Golf Events Ryder Cup And Presidents Cup Postponed Due To The PandemicTwo major international golf competitions, the Ryder Cup and the Presidents Cup, have announced that they are postponing their event dates by a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Wojo: Michigan's Jim Harbaugh ready to fight for college football's fateDetroit - Jim Harbaugh is standing up for football, as he often, passionately does. He speaks of its importance to young athletes and lifetime ambitions, without even mentioning the economic impact on universities.

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Michigan State expected to meet with 2021 4-star SF James Graham next weekThe past two weeks have been one of the best stretches of Michigan State Basketball head coach Tom Izzo's career in terms of recruiting.

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Montcalm County seeing increase in coronavirus casesMontcalm County has seen an increase in coronavirus cases over the Fourth of July weekend.

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Huge drop in Michigan vaccinations scares experts during coronavirusMichigan vaccinations in May were down 46 percent, raising health concerns about the flu and other illnesses.

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Trump Acknowledges GOP Convention May Adapt As Florida Coronavirus Tally RisesPresident Trump is acknowledging that he may have to temper his expectations, adamant at times, that his acceptance speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention should be a big event in front of thousands of people.

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Michigan Democrats push to open police disciplinary files, limit immunityThe success of sweeping police reforms sought by Michigan's Black and Detroit legislative caucuses may turn on how well private discussions proceed with House Republicans, who have taken steps to meet with the Democratic groups.

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Warren City Council eliminates job of Mayor Fouts' beloved assistantWarren City Council eliminated the job of Amanda Mika, whose salary more than doubled since she was caught holding hands with her much older boss, Warren Mayor Jim Fouts, in 2014.

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New Billboard Warns Drivers About Racial Profiling In LivoniaA new electronic billboard is warning drivers heading to Livonia about racial profiling.

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Risk level for COVID-19 spread increases in 4 Michigan regionsThe risk level for the spread of COVID-19 has increased in four Michigan regions, including the Upper Peninsula, the Traverse City region, the Grand Rapids region and the Detroit region.

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Jim Harbaugh's full comments on COVID affecting football seasonBecause everyone picked up on the viral quote without the full picture.

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Michigan reports highest single-day COVID-19 count in seven weeksMichigan reported 11 new coronavirus deaths Wednesday and confirmed 610 new cases - the highest single-day case count in seven weeks.

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Michigan authorizes $115M for businesses hurt by pandemicMichigan's economic development board has authorized a $115 million grant program for small businesses, nonprofits, farms and agricultural processors hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.

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'I Feel Like Something In Me Has Been Unleashed': Joy Osmanski On The CW Network's 'Stargirl' and Luke WilsonThe actor discusses her breakout role in "Stargirl" and what it means to represent the Asian community in Hollywood.

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Serbia Seems To Relent On Coronavirus Curfew After Violence Erupts In BelgradeUpdated at 3:45 p.m. ET The curfew in Serbia appears to have ended before it could even begin.

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Risk level upgraded for 4 of Michigan's regions as coronavirus cases riseThe risk level for four of Michigan's eight geographical regions has been upgraded as the number of coronavirus cases rises throughout the state.

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Michigan Hillel Gets New DirectorHaley Schreier has taken on the role of director of engagement at Michigan Hillel.

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Gov. Whitmer Extends Executive Order Protecting Michigan Residents From Water Shutoffs Through End Of 2020Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order Wednesday extending Michigan residents from having their water shut off.

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White America Mental Illness?Or, What the Hell is Wrong People? I am mystified over the seeming illness of White people in our country since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Michigan Football: Drew Kendall, Rayshaun Benny update timelinesTwo top Michigan football targets for the 2021 class, Rayshaun Benny and Drew Kendall, each talked about their decision timelines Wednesday.

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Friends of George Floyd to speak at Kalamazoo's Black Lives Matter protest, including former NBA playerA Black Lives Matter demonstration scheduled to take place in downtown Kalamazoo this weekend will feature close friends of George Floyd, the unarmed 46-year-old Black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him down, kneeling on his neck for more than 8 minutes.

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University of Michigan advanced transportation hub awards over $700,000 to high-tech mobility projectsThe Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization Innovation Hub for Advanced Transportation has awarded $710,000 to eight early-stage mobility projects from Michigan universities.

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Loose cows block Michigan highway after livestock rig crashLoose cows blocked a Michigan highway after a livestock rig crashed near Grayling Wednesday morning, according to Crawford County Emergency Management.

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New Red Order postpone MOCAD exhibition following allegations of racism against museum's executive director from staffNew Red Order postponed its planned solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit indefinitely while the museum's board investigates allegations of racism against executive director Elysia Borowy-Reeder.

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Gov. Whitmer To Extend The State Of Emergency In MichiganGov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to sign another executive order extending the State of Emergency in Michigan soon.

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Gov. Whitmer extends order protecting Michigan residents from water shutoffsGov. Gretchen Whitmer has extended an executive order protecting Michigan residents from having their water shut off through the end of the year.

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July 8, 2020Michigan sues U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, groundwater clean-up is planned for the site where toxic ooze appeared on a Michigan highway and a Sherwood Forest knockoff festival has been listed as a coronavirus exposure site.

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Michigan, Other States Sue Betsy DeVos, US Department Over Virus Relief Funds For SchoolsCalifornia Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced the lawsuit, which was joined by Maine, New Mexico, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia.

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Shades of Pink Foundation To Host Live Zoom Fundraiser EventThe Shades of Pink Foundation has had to reschedule their normal fundraising walk at the Detroit Zoo for their A Wild Time at the ZooM live event.

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Rowing Announces First Half of Incoming ClassEast Lansing, Mich. - Head coach Kim Chavers has announced the first half of her recruiting class, featuring 19 incoming student-athletes for the Michigan State rowing program this fall.

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Michigan Fines Liquor Distributor $3M Over Supply ShortagesMichigan on Wednesday announced a $3 million fine against the state's largest liquor distributor over delays in shipping booze to vendors.

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White House Stumbles Over How Best To Reopen Schools, As Trump Blasts CDC GuidanceIn the latest move from the Trump administration to push for states to reopen schools this fall, Vice President Pence couched guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on how to safely reopen schools, saying it shouldn't be used as a "barrier" to students returning to classrooms.

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Did "underserved communities" get a fair share of forgivable COVID-19 loans? Hard to tellNearly nine in ten of the more than 121,000 Michigan businesses that have received forgivable loans through the Paycheck Protection Program did not answer voluntary questions about race and ethnicity.

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Changing the B in "Black" and WSU President M Roy WilsonIn this hour, Stephen Henderson speaks with Rebecca Blumenstein and Professor Lori Tharps of Temple University about the change by many news organizations to make the B in Black a capital when referring to members of the African diaspora.

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Michigan football's Jim Harbaugh wants to play: COVID 'part of society'As cases of the coronavirus spike around the country and ambiguity shrouds the sports world, Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh doesn't see a reason to press the cancel button on the college football season.

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Colleges must consider the inequities of reopening campuses in the fallThe changes that are bound to be present on college campuses in September due to the pandemic could disproportionately hurt low-income and minority students.

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Michigan AG's office to review case involving packed sandbar party on July 4Organizers of a party at Diamond Lake in West Michigan, where hundreds of people without masks packed onto a sandbar on the Fourth of July, face potential charges for defying the state's social-distancing requirements.

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115M in COVID-19 Relief Coming to Michigan BusinessesFunding has been committed to Michigan's small businesses and food production sector to support the economy as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

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Michigan's daily virus cases top 600; highest since MayLANSING, Mich. — Michigan's new coronavirus infections topped 600 Wednesday, the highest daily number since late May.

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Jim Harbaugh confirms contract extension talks, but 'bigger fish to fry' after pandemicHarbaugh spoke to the media on Wednesday via a Zoom call and revealed that he and athletic director Warde Manuel had discussions back in February about extending the deal, but that talks were abruptly cut during the March shutdown of sports due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Sheriff: Milford Man Killed By Semi On US-23A Milford man was killed by a semi-truck while on foot on US-23 according to the Livingston County Sheriff's Office.

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Michigan among four states suing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for prioritizing relief funds for private schoolsWhitmer said it's time to hold DeVos accountable. "Our administration is committed to working with Attorney General Nessel to stand up for Michigan's students, educators, and families to make sure our tax dollars are supporting public schools," she said in a statement.

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3 Million Cases: Coronavirus Continues To Surge Across U.S.The U.S. has reported more than 3 million coronavirus cases as of Wednesday morning, with all but a handful of states struggling to control outbreaks of COVID-19.

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Mobile home fire at Sherwood Forest considered a total lossIonia Department of Public Safety Deputy Director John Odette, right, works with a firefighter from the Saranac Community Fire Department to control the flames at a structure fire in Sherwood Forest Mobile Home Estates in Easton Township Monday morning.

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Phil Keoghan On The Cast Of 'Tough As Nails': 'We Need To Be Celebrating These People'Tough As Nails' host Phil Keoghan discusses the series premiere and the hard working men and women competing for prizes.

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Why Michigan GOP congressman took a PPP loan for his small businessU.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga's gravel business in West Michigan received a $27,500 forgivable loan through the federal coronavirus program aimed at helping companies avoid layoffs during the pandemic.

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New Yorkers Look To Suburbs And Beyond. Other City Dwellers May Be NextTrends often start in New York. The latest: quitting the city and moving to the suburbs.

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Michigan's Harbaugh: Sports won't worsen pandemicFormer 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh isn't ready to cancel or reschedule the 2020 college football season yet, even as cases of the coronavirus are surging in a majority of states.

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Michigan football's Jim Harbaugh explains lack of contract extension. Here's what it isMichigan football coach Jim Harbaugh's current contract is set to expire at the end of 2021.

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How to Create a S'mores Board This SummerSo, what items can you put on your s'mores board? When it comes to the "cracker / cookie" part of the s'more I picked traditional graham crackers, Oreo cookies, Windmill cookies and Fudge Stripe cookies.

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Fenton Men's Shop Seeks To Find Michigan's Best MulletSome might say a mullet in the wild is an uncommon sight, a Michigan men's shop is having a contest to prove the mullet in all of its glorious forms still lives on.

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Downstate Business Owner Accused of Cheating Mio Homeowner Out of $15,000A man is accused of cheating an Oscoda County homeowner out of thousands of dollars.

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Video shows 7 employees at a Michigan youth facility pinning a Black teen to the ground for 12 minutes. He died of cardiac arrest 2 days later."It is a horrific videotape" and demonstrates "a culture of fear and abuse" at the now-closed Lakeside for Children, said attorney Geoffrey Fieger.

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TVC to Welcome First Nonstop Flight From Washington DC Reagan AirportCherry Capital Airport will soon welcome a new flight from the nation's capital. The airport says it is the first ever nonstop American Airlines flight from Washington D.C.'s Reagan National Airport.

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Michigan slaps liquor distributor with 'historic' $3 million fineLansing - A spirits distributor tied to a 2019 liquor shortage in Michigan will face a $3 million fine, which state officials labeled "historic" and "unprecedented" in a Wednesday announcement.

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Video Shows Youth Facility Staffers Restraining Black Teen Who Later DiedNewly released footage shows at least seven people restraining a Black teenager who later died at a youth facility in Michigan.

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Michigan Basketball: 3 Thoughts on Will Tschetter, recent 2021 recruitingHere are three thoughts on the commitment of Will Tschetter and recent Michigan basketball recruiting in 2021.

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SBA and Treasury release detailed PPP loan dataThe U.S. Small Business Administration and Treasury Department this week released the names of Paycheck Protection Program loan recipient businesses that received $150,000 or more.

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Corktown's Black housing project is a 'target area' for developersPicture this: the statue of Fr. Clement Kern, Corktown's anti-racist and social justice priest, removed from the corner of Bagley and Trumbull where it watches over the low-income housing project which bears his name.

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Black Lives Matter Mural Unveiled In DetroitA Black-owned cannabis company held a Black Lives Matter Mural unveiling for its grand opening in Detroit.

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Michigan's Taylor Upshaw is an unknown quantity at defensive endThe depth at the position will be very unproven heading into 2020.

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Boil Water Advisory Issued for 2 Midland County TownshipsIf you live in Larkin or Mills Townships in Midland County, you should boil all water before using it.

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'I Couldn't Believe My Eyes': International Students Blindsided By ICE Rule ChangeSimge Topaloğlu was using group chats to commiserate with friends about the uncertainty of being an international student in America long before almost all of college life went remote in the spring.

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Elk Rapids Superintendent Leaving District to be Closer to FamilyAn Antrim County school administrator is on his way out. Elk Rapids Schools Superintendent Tom Enlsen announced his resignation after two years with the district.

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Harvard, MIT Sue Immigration Officials Over Rule Blocking Some International StudentsJust two days after federal officials barred international students from attending U.S. colleges that go online-only this fall, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have made their objections clear.

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Shipt adds delivery of Fresh Thyme Farmers Market goodsShipt is partnering with specialty retailer Fresh Thyme Farmers Market to give customers in 30 metro areas across the Midwest — including Grand Rapids — access to same-day delivery of Fresh Thyme's healthy offerings.

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Kalamazoo County Woman Wins $500,000 in Michigan LotteryA Kalamazoo County woman went screaming to her brother's house after winning $500,000 playing the Michigan Lottery's Triple Bonus Cashword instant game.

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Michigan charts a multimodal future with new mobility officeChief Mobility Officer Trevor Pawl said the newly created office will unify state-level initiatives, inspired in part by work already done in Detroit and elsewhere.

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US Probes Fuel Leaks In Older Chevy Cobalt, HHR VehiclesThe probe covers more than 614,000 Cobalts from the 2008 to 2010 model years and HHRs from 2008 and 2009.

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Police: Human Remains Found In Fire PitPolice are investigating whether a human skull and bones are of a woman who was living with 57-year-old Mark Eberly.

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Beware of this tiny alligator on the prowl in Macomb CountyAuthorities in Clinton Township are warning people to be on the look out for Georgie, a foot-long alligator that escaped from its owner about a week ago.

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City initiative aims to help microlocal business enterprises access river restoration contractsThe city of Grand Rapids launched an initiative to help microlocal business enterprises access dozens of upcoming river restoration contracts worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Study claims Ohio is more exciting place to retire than Michigan, is wrongThe blog said: "Our scoring system ranks all 50 states based on 16 factors to find out which states come out on top for a particular hobby, activity, or lifestyle factor, and which state is the most all-around exciting place for retirees."

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ICE plan to deport some international students upsets some in MichiganMichigan university administrators and elected officials say they are disappointed by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement guidance that precludes foreign nationals who take solely online classes from residing in the United States.

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Michigan COVID-19 deaths pass 6,000; Gov. Whitmer watching casesLANSING — Michigan's confirmed COVID-19 deaths have surpassed 6,000, the state health department said Tuesday.

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U of M study: Climate change may aid Asian carp invasion of Great LakesA new study by University of Michigan researchers finds climate change may help Asian carp overcome another invasive species to gain a foothold in the Great Lakes.

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Dan Gilbert Would Keep Control Under Quicken Loans IPOQuicken Loans would become part of Rocket Companies under an initial public stock offering that would keep founder Dan Gilbert in firm control.

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Video Shows Facility Staff Restraining Black Teen Who DiedAt least seven men are shown in surveillance footage holding down a Black teenager for about 8 minutes after being restrained for throwing a sandwich at Lakeside Academy in Kalamazoo.

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How to See Michigan's Northern LightsThe Northern Lights are tricky to plan for and often unpredictable. Here are some tips and a few of the best places to view them in Michigan.

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VAI scientists awarded for cancer projectThe American Association for Cancer Research awarded three Van Andel Institute scientists the 2020 AACR Team Science Awards.

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