WSJM Morning News – 01/07/2021
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In this edition:
- Governor Gretchen Whitmer says watching Wednesday’s news out of Washington was appalling and she was furious.
- As chaos took over the U.S. Capitol Wednesday with armed rioters storming the building to protest the loss of President Trump in November’s election, Congressman Fred Upton called for a restoration of order.
- At her most recent news conference, Governor Whitmer announced that Michigan will begin vaccinating seniors and frontline workers, such as teachers and police officers, against the coronavirus starting on January 11.
- The Berrien County Health Department is asking for patience as the COVID-19 vaccination rollout continues.
- The COVID-19 situation in Berrien County has improved markedly since its worst point in November.
- Michigan is reporting 4,326 additional cases of COVID-19 for Wednesday.
- You’ll no longer hear tests of the Cook nuclear power plant’s siren system on Saturday’s.
- Governor Whitmer took no action on a bill that passed the Senate 32-5 and the House 98-8 to allow a first-time drunk driving conviction to be expunged.
- The Michigan Supreme Court is hearing arguments on a slip and fall case out of Oakland County that could impact future rulings across the state.
Full story at: https://www.wsjm.com/2021/01/07/wsjm-morning-news-01-07-2021/