It's Wednesday, October 16. Here are the stories we're keeping our eye on: some highlights from the Democratic presidential debate last night, the U.S. is putting pressure on Turkey and a new phone you don't have to touch to use.

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GM vs. FCA: Appeals Court Overturns Ruling To Have CEOs MeetIn the midst of General Motors and Fiat Chrysler's legal battle, a new ruling now overturns a judge's order.
Detroit Opens 5 Cooling Centers Amid The Extreme HeatA mask must be worn while inside the cooling centers to protect against the coronavirus.
Unlock Michigan Is Canvassing To Challenge Governor Whitmer’s Emergency PowersThe group, Unlock Michigan, is planning to collect as many signatures as possible to challenge Governor Gretchen Whitmer's powers.
Councilmember James Tate Speaks On Staffer Killed In An Apparent Murder-SuicideA brilliant mind, gone too soon. That’s how 30-year-old DeAndree Watson is being remembered by his District One team.
Shane Tinsley Is First Black Salutatorian At Belleville High School#Inspirational was the name of Shane Tinsley's graduation speech.
Living With Shame: I Accidentally Killed SomeoneApproximately 20 thousand people accidentally kill someone every year, and for those who feel responsible, it can be a heavy burden to carry.  Today, Dr. Oz asks the question: what happens after you accidentally kill someone?
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Blackout 2020 Campaign Calls For People To Spend Money At Black Owned Businesses TuesdayThe Blackout 2020 Campaign is calling for people to spend their money at Black owned businesses for one day.
Detroit Will Breathe Slams Mayor Duggan For PGA TournamentProtesters from the organization Detroit Will Breathe showed up to the PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic on Sunday.
State Dam Management Funds: Dam Removal Counted For Nearly 80% Of Dam FundingRoughly 80 percent of the nearly $17 million in dam management grants went to removal services.
Ozone Action Day: Here's Tips To Reduce PollutionResidents are encouraged to drive less, mow lawns during evening hours, avoid refueling cars during daylight hours and reduce electricity usage.
Driver's Licenses, CDLs, Registration Expiration Extended Through Sept. 30The Michigan Department of State is modifying renewal dates for driver’s licenses, CDLs, state IDs and vehicle registration.
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Michigan Matters: Restaurants During 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.”
U.S. Navy Blue Angels Fly Over Detroit For Health Care Workers, Continue To Inspire Hope Across The CountryStaff Sergeant Aaron Fryer, part of the Blue Angels Fat Albert Maintenance Crew, joins Lisa Germani on Community Connect to talk about the process of joining the Blue Angels and what it's like to be apart of the exclusive group.

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