Eye on the Day for Thursday, July 9, 2020EYE ON THE DAY: COVID-19 continues surging in the South, the White House talks schools reopening, and a poll says people will be spending less money post-pandemic. What are some changes you’ll make?
Technology To Help Keep Employees Safer In The Office During The COVID-19 PandemicMany employees who have been working from home for the past few months are starting to return to the office, and some are finding buildings equipped with new technology to try to help keep employees safer during the pandemic.
Detroit Opens 5 Cooling Centers Amid The Extreme HeatA mask must be worn while inside the cooling centers to protect against the coronavirus.
Michigan Small Business Restart Program To Provide $100 Million In GrantsThe program will provide grants to small businesses around Michigan working to recover from the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
Gov. Whitmer Calls For 'Mask-Up Campaign'Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has called for a "national mask-up campaign" amid the coronavirus pandemic as cases surge across the nation.
Viral Video Shows Crowd Ignoring Social Distancing Over Holiday WeekendOne of the organizers spoke about the event saying he asked people to social distance and can't control everyone's actions. 
Here's An Update From Henry Ford Health System On Coronavirus CasesHenry Ford Health System provides an advisory chronicling the latest developments in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's an updated list the of positive cases.
Henry Ford Health System Study: Hydroxychloroquine Lowers COVID-19 Death RateA Henry Ford Health System study shows hydroxychloroquine helps lower the death rate of COVID-19 patients without heart related side effects.
More Covid-19 Cases Linked To Bar In East Lansing, No One HospitalizedThe number of Covid-19 cases linked to an East Lansing bar is now up to 138.
Jay-Z's 'Made in America Festival' Canceled Due To CoronavirusIn a statement Wednesday, the rap mogul's Roc Nation company said it plans to produce the popular festival in 2021.
Nearly 2 In 3 Michiganders Will Vacationing Locally To Avoid COVID-19Survey reveals that Michiganders are more likely to vacation locally in their own state this summer to avoid traveling by plane and reduce the risk of contracting Coronavirus.