The University of Michigan will no longer host one of three presidential debates planned this fall in the run-up to the Nov. 3 general election, but related campus programming will continue.

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Tired Of Being Pinned Down: Michigan Bowling Alleys Sue GovernorThe Bowling Centers Association of Michigan is taking a strike at Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Members say their industry is suffering a huge loss after shutting down aisles back in march at the start of the pandemic.
Democratic National Convention 2020: Lake Orion UAW Vice President To Speak At EventVice President of the United Auto Workers Lake Orion Chapter will speak at the Democratic National Convention.In a statement from Joe Biden's campaign, Gerald Lang said the former vice president "understands that auto workers are the heart of Michigan's economy."
Michigan Tourism Industry Hit Due To Pandemic, Awaiting FundingMichigan's tourism industry is another industry taking a beating from the pandemic. The state's travel and tourism advertisement campaign known as Pure Michigan says despite big crowds at beaches, many are still reluctant to travel.
Distilleries Ask Congress For Help Due To Loss Of SalesMichigan distilleries are calling on congress for some help amid the pandemic. Two-thirds of craft distilleries say they won't survive more than six months if they don't see some type of help.
Dead Body Found In Pickup Truck, Michigan State Police Make ArrestMichigan State Police made an arrest in connection to a dead body found inside of a pickup truck.
Shooting Suspect Turns Himself In, Three Suspects In Custody After Triple ShootingA LANSING MAN HAS TURNED HIMSELF INTO POLICE CUSTODY AFTER A TRIPLE SHOOTING ON THE CITY'S EAST SIDE.
Report: Big Ten Voted 12-2 To Cancel Football Season; Michigan, MSU Voted Not To PlayThere will be no college football season this fall according to reports Monday that the Big Ten voted 12-2 to cancel the football season.
Michigan Reports 557 New Covid-19 Cases, 8 Deaths MondayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced 557 coronavirus cases in the state and an additional eight deaths Monday.
HEALTH EXPERTS SAY SCHOOL'S AREN'T BEING TRANSPARENT WHEN IT COMES TO COVID-19 DATA.SCHOOL DISTRICTS, HEALTH DEPARTMENTS, AND STATE AGENCIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE NOT ON ONE ACCORD WHEN IT COMES TO RELEASING CHILDREN'S INFORMATION.
Some Grosse Pointe Parents Upset About Online Only School StartThe Grosse Pointe School Board of Education approved a return to school plan Monday that includes hybrid as well as in-person learning. The recommendation however for the fall 2021 semester would be online only, which isn’t sitting well with some parents in the community.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Heads Outside: Outdoor Concerts Every Sunday, WednesdayThe Detroit Symphony Orchestra is also getting ready for the season, with some outdoor music.
Dearborn Police: Suspect In Custody After Hours Long Search Near Ford Rouge PlantThe Dearborn Police Department says they have a suspect in custody wanted for an armed robbery in Garden City of a convenience store.
Whitmer's New Executive Order Requires Masks At Child-Care Centers, CampsGov. Gretchen Whitmer's new executive order requires face coverings to be worn in all child-care centers and camps.
Over 50 United Shore Mortgage Employees Test Positive For COVID-1953 employees at one Oakland County business tested positive for Covid-19 according to the Oakland County Health Department.
Johnson & Johnson Working To Deliver Coronavirus VaccineJohnson & Johnson is also working to deliver their own coronavirus vaccine.
United Airlines Banning Masks With Holes Or OpeningsUnited Airlines is tightening its mask policy to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Rocket Companies IPO Filing: Company Becomes Public, Sells $1.8 BillionDetroit billionaire Dan Gilbert is celebrating the initial public offering for Rocket Companies.
Michigan Teachers Rally At The Capitol Against Reopening SchoolsMembers of the Michigan Caucus of Rank and File Educators say it is too dangerous to resume in person classes.
53 United Shore Employees Get Covid-19, Oakland County Calls On Company To Enforce Rules53 employees from Pontiac-based mortgage company United Shore contracted Covid-19 since late last month.
Governor Whitmer Declares Racism As Public Health Crisis In The StateOn Wednesday, Governor Whitmer announced a series of new initiatives to prevent racial inequity and discrimination in Michigan.
Southwest Will No Longer Will Clean Arm Rest, Seatbelts Between FlightsSouthwest Airlines is rolling back some of their cleaning procedures amid the ongoing pandemic.
Clorox Supply Shortages: Disinfecting Wipes On Low Supply Because Of Material UsedThe coronavirus pandemic has wiped Clorox clean of its own supplies.
Local Non-Profit Offers In-Person, Online Tours And Educational Experiences In Detroit With New Safety MeasuresThe Detroit Experience Factory had to put their popular tours of the city of hold due to Covid-19, but now with new safety measures in place, the tours are back on.
Kathie Klages Denies Knowing Abuse, Apologizes At SentencingFormer Michigan State University Gymnastics Coach Kathie Klages denies knowing about the Larry Nasser sex abuse cases, but says if she did she would have stepped in.

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