How the royal family has influenced your style for years
Millions of people across the world are focused on the royal family with the passing of the Queen. We’ve learned more of how she and the royals have shaped history during her reign, and one way they actually impacted the world is through their fashion. Local 4 Style Editor Jon Jordan joined Tati Amare on “Live in the D” to discuss their influence on style that you may have in your closet right now.
Patience urged as COVID-19 vaccinations open to millions in Illinois on Monday; limited indoor dining could resume in Chicago and suburban Cook County on Saturday
“Does IDPH have the ability to look at every place that vaccines are administered to make sure that no one was inappropriately given a vaccine? No, but we are collecting as much data as we can and we are asking that people certify which group they actually belong to,” she said.chicagotribune.com
Story behind emerging trend of more women learning how to use weapons for protection
DETROIT – There is a new and emerging trend at local gun shops and ranges. More women seem to be arming themselves and learning how to use those weapons for protection. What’s the story behind the trend? Local 4 reporter Paula Tutman has been doing some digging. You can watch her full report in the video player above.
Michigan COVID-19 tracking: Cases, deaths slowing; Hospitalizations decline; Testing doubles
Cases, deaths slowingGrowth in cases started to slow about three weeks ago, and has continued to plateau, while deaths are now starting to slow. Testing spikesMeanwhile, testing has more than doubled in recent weeks, and the positive rate continues to drop. The state is now 16th in testing rate, which is up from 24th just three weeks ago. Hospitalizations show steady declineTracking data in the last month, hospitalizations, specifically critical care patients, have showed a steady decline. As of May 15, only 5.68% of active COVID-19 cases were hospitalized in Michigan, down from nearly 18% on April 12.