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MDOT Reopening Roadside Parks This Month

The Michigan Department of Transportation is reopening all of its roadside parks this month. Spokesperson Dan Weingarten tells WSJM News MDOT has 85 roadside parks around the state, offering everyone a scenic place to stop when they’re

State Releases Monday COVID Numbers

Michigan is reporting 8,574 new cases of COVID-19 for Sunday and Monday combined. That works out to an average of 4,287 per day. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services coronavirus dashboard shows Michigan has had

New COVID-19 Cases At 5,530 For Saturday

Michigan’s new COVID-19 case numbers are down slightly for Saturday. The Department of Health and Human Services reports 5,530 positive tests, roughly 800 fewer than Friday. That brings the total to 785,307 with 16,840 people dying. 69

LMC Plans Virtual Career Fair

Lake Michigan College is planning a virtual career fair. It says anyone can learn what it’s like to be a Red Hawk with the Virtual Career and Program Expo on April 22. It’s designed to answer questions

Adopt A Highway Cleanups Underway

The Michigan Department of Transportation’s annual Adopt a Highway roadside cleanups are now underway. In the southern half of the Lower Peninsula, volunteers will be out along the sides of highways from this Saturday to April 25

Peters Urges Everyone To Get Vaccinated

Senator Gary Peters is urging everyone to get a COVID-19 vaccine. He’s released a new PSA reminding everyone the vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer are safe and effective. “We’re getting closer to beating this pandemic, but we

Benson Critical Of GOP Voting Bills

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson describes an election law bill package introduced by Senate Republicans as “poisonous” and “un-American.” She spoke out saying the legislation is more restrictive than a controversial new law in Georgia. “Make

MSU To Resume In-Person Classes In Fall

It’s looking like Michigan State will have a majority of their classes in person this fall. “Our student vaccine numbers today are welcome news,” says MSU president Samuel Stanley. “When combined with the fact that over 80%