ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Thursday, July 9, 2020
DETROIT Doctors are starting to learn more about how the coronavirus (COVID-19) can affect the brain, and they report some patients are suffering from confusion, or even delirium. In some cases, the neurological symptoms were the first signs of their infection, doctors said. WATCH Local 4 News at 114 Fast FactsBe InformedPolice were dispatched to the Westland Mall for reports of shots fired on Thursday evening. Its no secret that were living in stressful times, and it seems like that could be leading to more broken hearts. A new study finds cases of broken heart syndrome have increased during the coronavirus pandemic.
Frontline Heroes: A day in the life of a Rochester Hills grocery store worker
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. Audrey B. has spent nine of her 23 years on earth working at Hollywood Market in Rochester Hills. Shes sort of a jack or maybe a jill-of-all-trades at the store and has always been a solid worker. Before I left, I had one more question for her, whats up with the toilet paper hoarding? What is one thing, that if I never got to go to the store again - I couldnt live without it. You cant really make toilet paper. Toilet paper is not one of them.Toilet paper is not one of them and neither is human interaction.