Michigan Slammed By More Storms – 800K Without Power
If you are without power from the severe weather this week, it may be a while before service is restored. Consumers Energy is reporting that some areas left without power from the strong storms that have rolled over the region may not have service restored until Sunday.
New Record King Salmon In Michigan
Michigan has a new state record King Salmon caught by an angler. The King that was caught by Luis Martinez from Ortonville is certified at 47.86 pounds.
Fight Over Wolf Management Heats Up In Michigan
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is going in with her counterpart from Oregon filing a court brief against the US Fish and Wildlife Service. They’re upset at the government's delisting of wolves as endangered species.
Man Ignores US-Canada Border Closing To Swim St. Clair River
Enforcement officers at first made contact while he was still swimming. He told them he didn’t need help. But more border control agents were waiting for him when he finished the swim at the Port Huron shoreline.
Michigan Sets Up Plan To Test All Adults For Hepatitis C
If national average statistics hold up in Michigan, as many as 200,000 state residents are infected with Hepatitis C. At least 115,000 are already verified to have contracted the potentially deadly disease.
Court Upholds Public Funding Going to Michigan Private Schools
At issue is whether public funds should be funneled to private schools. In this particular case, it is allowed for that to happen when private schools must spend money to meet state-required actions or services.
Helping Seniors Navigate COVID Issues
The State of Michigan admits that older residents are facing a range of challenges accessing virus-related information.
Sticky Test Strips For Virus Masks Show Promise
The only problem is they are designed to go on the outside of the mask, where you typically cannot see. So you’ll need to have someone else alert you, or check in a mirror from time to time.
USPS Falling Behind On Christmas Deliveries
The Washington Posts characterizes the situation as the USPS is “gridlocked”. The Post reports United Parcel Service and FedEx are cutting off new delivery orders from some big-name retailers
Virus Naughty Or Nice Test
The online tool even gives you a percentage ranking of the likelihood you will survive the virus.