WSJM Morning News-10/22/2020
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In this edition:
- Governor Whitmer is urging everyone to wear a mask and stay apart from people.
- Michigan’s chief medical executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun has some advice as we head into the holidays.
- Congressman Fred Upton has announced a $3.3 million federal grant to help roll out high-speed broadband in southwest Michigan.
- In the two years since Michigan launched an investigation into clergy abuse, charges have been brought against 11 men.
- Michigan’s first fatal overdose involving what’s known as purple heroin has been reported in Van Buren County.
- The Palisades nuclear power plant in Van Buren County has ended its latest and final refueling outage.
- The Consumers Energy Foundation has announced a $250,000 donation to Youth Solutions for its Jobs for Michigan’s Graduates program.
- With retails sales up in Michigan in September, retailers are optimistic for the holiday season.
- After seven months of the screens being dark, Celebration Cinema in Benton Harbor is reopening.
Full story at: https://www.wsjm.com/2020/10/22/wsjm-morning-news-10-22-2020/