WSJM Morning News-9/22/2020
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In this edition:
- The numbers keep climbing as it pertains to the coronavirus in Michigan.
- Aerial spraying for mosquitoes is being done around Michigan as more cases of eastern equine encephalitis are discovered.
- Federal grants for public safety are being announced by Congressman Fred Upton.
- The Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association has received a $2.5 million grant from the Michigan Department of Treasury to support restaurant and lodging industry workers who were financially hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- It’s almost time for the next Adopt A Highway clean-up in Michigan.
- After rioting in Grand Rapids at the end of May, a lawsuit has been filed against the city and a police officer for using excessive force against two residents.
- Cancer is the leading cause of death in firemen. That’s why Macomb Township firefighter Joe Warne is walking 140 miles beginning this Thursday from Macomb Township to the Grand Rapids area to raise money for firefighters fighting cancer and their families.
- COVID-19 doesn’t mean there won’t be Blossomtime pageants this year.
Full story at: https://www.wsjm.com/2020/09/22/wsjm-morning-news-9-22-2020/