ClickOnDetroit Morning Briefing -- March 28, 2020
Here are this morning’s top stories
Civil rights activist Rev. Joseph Lowery died Friday in Atlanta of natural causes, family members say.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer sent a letter to President Donald Trump asking for a major disaster declaration on Thursday. During an interview with Sean Hannity, Trump said Whitmer wasn’t doing enough.
As of Saturday morning Michigan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases topped 3,650. The death toll is now at 92. This afternoon the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services will provide another update on statewide case numbers.
It will rain Saturday morning with thunderstorms. The storms return this evening. Temperatures will reach the low 50s.
- Metro Detroit family describes what it’s like when child needs urgent medical care amid coronavirus outbreak
- Kim DeGiulio: Going with the flow
- WATCH: West Bloomfield family celebrates mother’s birthday while social distancing amid coronavirus outbreak
- Detroit police Chief James Craig recovering at home after testing positive for coronavirus (COVID-19)
- What nonessential employees can do if they’re being forced to work during coronavirus crisis
- Federal officials focused on Wayne County as emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) hotspot
- California has surge of virus cases that threatens hospitals
- Trump signs $2.2T stimulus after swift congressional votes
- Virus infections top 600,000 worldwide, long fight ahead
- The Latest: UN says 86 staffers around world reported cases
- AP Source: 20% base salary reductions for top NBA executives
- Remember sports? 23 years ago, ‘Brawl in Hockeytown’ at Joe Louis Arena
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