DETROIT – Here is a list of all 108 executive orders Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has issued since the start of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, including details about the changes, expiration dates and links to each full order.
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- Business leaders from some of the nation’s largest companies gathered Wednesday morning at Detroit City Hall. Click here to read more.
- Detroit’s police chief and community leaders are telling out-of-town protesters who come to the city intent on creating a confrontation to stay away. Click here to read more.
- Pediatricians are sounding the alarm about a concerning trend. Click here to read more.
- Young Detroiters have been garnering a lot of praise for their handling of some tense situations during the protests. Click here to read more.
When Brenna Grotegut moved to Detroit a little more than a month ago, she knew the novel coronavirus had taken a toll on the city. What she didn’t know was the toll it would take on her.
A U.S. House of Representatives Committee is now investigating the State and Federal Government’s oversight of the dam failure in Midland County.
Michigan Reps. Debbie Dingle and Fred Upton, along with the House Energy and Commerce Committee is demanding answers within two weeks to specific questions about how the Edenville Dam was inspected and allowed to operate.
When news is reported, it’s important to follow the story and give updates as things change. Last week, Local 4 discussed a very large study that raised concerns about hydroxychloroquine’s safety in COVID-19 patients.
The Minneapolis police officer who used his knee to pin down George Floyd’s neck before his death was the most experienced of the four officers involved in the arrest, with a record that included medals for bravery and 17 complaints against him, including one for pulling a woman out of her car during a speeding stop.
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