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?
Jimmie Johnson Finds Voice During Last NASCAR SeasonJimmie Johnson stood alone on the track at Pocono Raceway, empty grandstands in front of him, a ghost town of a garage behind him. He was posing for photos to commemorate his final start at the Pennsylvania track but seemed to be the only one at the party.
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.
Eye on the Day for Wednesday, July 8, 2020EYE ON THE DAY: Protest in Indiana over a possible hate crime, Dr. Anthony Fauci says young people need to do more to stop COVID-19, and Disney World is reopening some parks this weekend. Are you comfortable heading back?`
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.
COVID-19 Latest InformationAll the latest surrounding COVID-19 in Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Restauranteurs On Surviving the PandemicFew industries have been as hard hit by the Covid-19 crisis as those in the restaurant sector as four entrepreneurs from Metro Detroit talked about during taping of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
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.
Karmanos Cancer Institute Launches COVID-19, Cancer & Community SurveyThe survey assesses the impact of COVID-19 response on the health habits of Michiganders.
Boaters Gather On Lake St. Clair For Annual Jobbie Nooner Party Despite PandemicHundreds of boats congregated Friday around a small island in Lake St. Clair in an annual celebration of water and sun that was expected to place thousands of people at odds with Michigan's rules intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Michigan GOP’s Propose Plan To Use $1.3B In Federal Aid To Avoid School CutsMichigan's top Republican lawmakers are proposing a school reopening plan that would use $1.3 billion in federal funds to offset coronavirus-related expenses.