Presiding Judge Cynthia Stephens stated she will deliver her ruling in writing, which she declared “will certainly not be the last word” as the case is expected to make its way to the state Supreme Court.
The East Lansing Downtown Development authority, or DDA, awarded 57 businesses with grants through the first round of the Business Relief Program. According to the press release, each business will receive a $2,500 grant to help address hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
There might not be football in the fall, and if there is, it won’t be the same — but that can’t be our priority right now.
Mental health experts are working now to keep the spirits of the public lifted while they endure living under the pressure of a government mandated 6-foot bubble.
There was an altercation during the protest spurred by a display depicting the governor hanging from a noose. As soon as the speakers noticed the sign, they called for police and condemned the display and the use of physical violence. Nooses and a sign reading "Tyrants get the rope" have appeared at previous protests at the Capitol.
You could go from being anxious or scared, frustrated or angry, exhausted or unmotivated to being calm, at peace or even grateful all in the same day, which can definitely be hard to manage.
There are 47,552 total cases of the disease in Michigan and 4,584 deaths, and the rate of new cases is continuing to slow down — the rate of new infections has dropped 25% in the past seven days. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said this data is a cause for “cautious optimism.”
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a six phase plan to reopen Michigan including the return of manufacturing workers in a press conference today.
On the last episode of the Social Distancing Diaries, seniors discuss their last moments as an undergrad during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On this episode of the Social Distancing Diaries, State News staff talk about what activities they've been doing while at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.