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    (CBS DETROIT) – The parents of an 8-year-old boy with autism have been charged with murder after he died in St. Joseph on May 2. Brian Morrow, 41, and Mia Morrow, 34, were both charged with first-degree felony murder, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of dimethyltryptamine, according to WNDU. READ MORE: FDA Advisers To Weigh Risks, Benefits Of Novavax's COVID-19 VaccineThe St. Joseph Department of Public Safety began an investigation into the parents after officers were dispatched to their home in the 700 block of Columbia on May 3. The grandmother made the 911 call and when officers arrived at the home they found the 8-year-old boy dead on the couch, weighing 31 pounds, according to UP North Live. Police say that while interviewing Mia, she said she was investigated by CPS for “unfounded reasons.” READ MORE: Former Wisconsin Judge Killed In A 'Targeted Attack' Had Sentenced The Suspect To Prison More Than 15 Years AgoIn addition to this, Mia said they stopped taking their son to LOGAN Autism Learning Center because she was “sick of them calling CPS on...
    Former President Donald Trump will hold a “Save America” Rally in Washington Township, Michigan, on Saturday, April 2. Trump is scheduled to speak at 7:00 P.M. Eastern. Others scheduled to speak at Saturday’s rally include Rep. Lisa McClain (R-MI) and John Gibbs, a candidate for Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District and former acting assistant secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Save America Announces Additional Program Speakers for Washington Township, Michigan pic.twitter.com/f9BpfxhRTp — Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 31, 2022 Also scheduled to speak are Matt DePerno, candidate for attorney general of Michigan, and Kristina Kamaro, candidate for secretary of state of Michigan. All speakers have been endorsed by Trump.
    (CNN) – Billionaire Charlie Munger’s controversial plans for a massive, windowless dorm at the University of California, Santa Barbara has left many wondering — how is this even possible? The answer is at the University of Michigan, where the Munger Graduate Residence Hall houses more than 600 graduate students in 6 to 7 bedroom apartments. And most of those single-occupancy rooms don’t have windows, either. READ MORE: Nonbinary Designation Added For Michigan Driver's Licenses Billionaire Charlie Munger’s controversial plans for a massive, windowless dorm at the University of California, Santa Barbara has left many wondering how is this even possible. Credit: Obtained by CNN’s Ramishah Maruf Public policy graduate student Luiza Macedo didn’t see the sun for a full week when she had to isolate in her room at Munger Residence due to a Covid-19 scare. “That was probably the low point of my experience here. It was being stuck in my room,” Macedo said. “A lot of people are incredulous that this was even a thing before all these articles came out about UCSB…like, how is this legal? How are they...
    New York, NY (CNN)Billionaire Charlie Munger's controversial plans for a massive, windowless dorm at the University of California, Santa Barbara has left many wondering -- how is this even possible?The answer is at the University of Michigan, where the Munger Graduate Residence Hall houses more than 600 graduate students in 6 to 7 bedroom apartments. And most of those single-occupancy rooms don't have windows, either. Public policy graduate student Luiza Macedo didn't see the sun for a full week when she had to isolate in her room at Munger Residence due to a Covid-19 scare. Warren Buffetts billionaire partner bankrolls windowless dorm. An architect quit"That was probably the low point of my experience here. It was being stuck in my room," Macedo said. "A lot of people are incredulous that this was even a thing before all these articles came out about UCSB...like, how is this legal? How are they doing this to us?"Many students use sun lamps or night lights to create an artificial sense of daytime -- students told CNN Business said it's almost impossible to get...
    The Annual Arts, Beats & Eats returned to the streets of Royal Oak this past weekend, featuring some of the best live music, art, and local eats in the Detroit Area. With over 200 live performances and over 50 food vendors, the 4-day festival was the perfect way to celebrate the holiday weekend! With featured artists such as Stone Temple Pilots, Neon Trees, and Rise Against, hundreds of thousands of visitors of all ages experienced one of the most anticipated festivals in the Detroit Metro Area. Re-live the excitement from Arts, Beats & Eats in these snaps from local attendees! READ MORE: Michigan Reports 6,313 New COVID-19 Cases, 29 Deaths New to “Seen in Detroit“? We scour Instagram for the latest and greatest photos by local photogs like you! Want to be featured in an upcoming post? Tag your photos each week with #SeenInDetroit or #DetroitProud for consideration!   View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jeff Mintline (@mintypicsflint) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Fred Sareini (@fsareini) View this post...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- New video obtained tonight by the ABC7 I-Team shows accused Michigan militiamen in live-fire training, according to federal prosecutors. Prosecutors have charged the men in an alleged scheme to kidnap and possibly kill Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer.Front and center in the alleged plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer at gunpoint was a man named Barry Croft, who is seen carrying one flag of the Boogaloo Bois, a far-right anti-government movement. Croft is in photos and on video obtained by the I-Team that prosecutors say shows him and other in live assault weapons training-preparing for a violent assault on the Michigan governor's summer home.Prosecutors say the video was taken during a militia live-fire exercise in southern Wisconsin. According to the case's latest court filing, federal agents had enlisted twelve confidential informants to provide information about Barry Croft and other members of the Wolverine Watchmen, a militia group that allegedly had a plan in place last year to kidnap and potentially kill the Michigan governor.RELATED: Disturbing new details in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen WhitmerEMBED More News Videos...
    (CBS DETROIT) – Wallethub, the personal-finance website, released its report on 2021’s Best Lake Beach Towns to Live in, and a city in Michigan ranked at the top of the list. To determine the most livable beachside communities, WalletHub compared 191 cities across 62 key metrics. They were compared across different factors, including housing costs, the share of for-sale waterfront homes, quality of beach water, and more. READ MORE: Michael Jordan, Cincinnati Bengals Guard, To Host Free Football Camp In Canton Saturday Traverse City ranked No. 1 on the list of best lake beach towns in the United States. The other cities on the top ten list include: Top 10 Lake Beach Towns  Traverse City, MI Folsom, CA Redmond, WA Mercer Island, WA Cornelius, NC Davidson, NC Kirkland, WA South Lake Tahoe, CA Highland Park, IL Brookfield, WI Other Michigan cities also made it onto the larger list, including Alpena, Holland, and Port Huron. READ MORE: GM To Spend More On Electric Vehicles, Add 2 Battery Plants Alpena, Michigan, has the lowest median home price as a share of income,...
    Dearborn, Michigan — President Biden is heading to Dearborn, Michigan, on Tuesday to visit Ford's electric vehicle plant as his administration continues to push for alternative forms of energy and transportation. Ford will preview the new F-150 Lightning, an electric version of its pickup that will be built by United Auto Workers members. Mr. Biden has aligned himself with unions, and is pushing his multi-trillion-dollar infrastructure package, known as the American Jobs Plan. The president will also deliver remarks from the auto plant, known as the Ford Rouge Electric Vehicle Center.  In a fact sheet released Tuesday morning, the White House said the president's American Jobs Plan would "accelerate our domestic EV industry by driving demand for advanced cars and trucks, reinvigorating our automotive sector and battery manufacturing, deploying a national network of chargers, and advancing our innovation capacity for the next generation of technology." How to watch President Biden's remarks What: President Biden tours and delivers remarks at the Ford Rouge Electric Vehicle Center When: Tuesday, May 18 Time: 1: 40 p.m. ET Location:...
    (CBS Detroit) — Niche’s 2021 Best Places to Live rankings live, with several Michigan cities making it onto the lists. Ann Arbor ranked No. 6 on the Best Cities to Live in America list, and eight metro Detroit cities have made the top ten rankings for the Best Places to Live in Michigan. READ MORE: Michigan Reports 5,030 New COVID-19 Cases, 20 Deaths Friday The Best Places to Live in Michigan include: READ MORE: SMART Flex Transit Service Launched And Offering Free Rides To Vaccination Centers Okemos Troy Bloomfield Charter Township Beverly Hills Ann Arbor Grosse Pointe Park Novi Northville Birmingham Haslett When collecting data for these rankings, Niche assesses factors including the home values, crime rates, and quality of local schools to determine the real estate market’s stability in these areas. The rankings include this data, as well as resident reviews. MORE NEWS: Detroiters New Art Installment In Parkers Alley Shows Love To The City Visit 2021 Best Places to Live to check out the full rankings. © 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be...
    President Joe Biden is visiting a Pfizer vaccine plant in Michigan Friday afternoon, as the administration says there will be enough COVID-19 vaccine supply to vaccinate 300 million Americans by the end of July. In Kalamazoo, Mr. Biden will be touring the Pfizer manufacturing site, meeting with workers producing the vaccine, and delivering remarks, the White House says.     How to watch Biden make remarks at Pfizer vaccine plant in Michigan What: President Joe Biden makes remarks at a Pfizer plant Date: Friday, February 19, 2021 Time: 3:10 p.m. ET Location: Kalamazoo, Michigan  Online stream: Live on CBSN in the player above and on your mobile or streaming device Mr. Biden will be making the case for the $2 trillion COVID-19 funding bill Democrats intend to pass soon. Some of that funding would go to increasing vaccinations, as well as helping schools open. The package would also include $1,400 stimulus checks. Earlier Friday, Mr. Biden met with members of the G7 virtually and spoke to the Munich Security Conference virtually. Mr. Biden said he intends to...
    Why water is a huge issue for Texans right now Democrats race for Covid aid that could still reach Americans late Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft These Unsold Jeep Grand Cherokees Are Now Dirt Cheap Ad Microsoft Cash back card wipes out interest until mid-2022 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/26 SLIDES © Andrew Jameson // Wikimedia Commons Best counties to live in Michigan What makes a particular county the best? Oftentimes, it's a good mix of opportunities for fun outdoor activities and cultural attractions. Throw in some historical sites, good schools, job opportunities, and affordable housing, and the county will most likely have happy residents. Stacker compiled a list of the best counties to live...
            by Scott McClallen  For years, Michiganders have gambled online illegally. But when sports betting and online gambling are legalized for the first time on Friday, the state will reap its tax revenue. “The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) and the state’s commercial and tribal casinos will begin a new era Jan. 22 with the launch of regulated online gaming and sports betting,” Richard Kalm, MGCB executive director, said in a statement. “Michigan residents love sports and, judging by inquiries we’ve received, eagerly anticipate using mobile devices to place bets through the commercial and tribal casinos. Online gaming and sports betting will provide the casinos with new ways to engage with customers while the state and local communities will benefit from taxes and payments on wagering revenue.” Starting at noon Friday, 10 operators and their associated platform providers are authorized to launch. Bay Mills Indian Community, DraftKings Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, William Hill Greektown Casino, Penn Sports Interactive/Barstool Sportsbook Hannahville Indian Community, TwinSpires Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, Golden Nugget Online Gaming...
            by Debra Heine  A Michigan Democrat State Representative seemed to threaten President Trump’s supporters on video Tuesday, by saying “we ain’t playing with you,” and calling on “soldiers” to “make them pay.” In a three minute long Facebook live video, the far-left State Rep. Cynthia Johnson said “Trumpers” had better “be careful,” and “walk lightly.” In a subsequent rant, Johnson suggested that was calling on “soldiers of Christ,” and soldiers for black and brown people” to “rise up” and make Trumpers pay. Johnson, who made a name for herself by trying to intimidate election fraud whistleblowers during the hearings in Michigan earlier this month, took office on January 1, 2019. Addressing her Facebook friends on Dec. 8, she said: “I wish I could be talking to y’all in a private room, because, uh, I just wish I could, but we’re public so …” She told them, “you don’t have curse anybody out, you don’t have to call people names … hit their asses in the pocketbook.” “So this is just a warning to you Trumpers. Be careful, walk lightly,...
    (CBS DETROIT) – There’s a second chance to see the Northern Lights in Michigan on Thursday night from around 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday. Part of North America has a Geomagnetic Storm watch in effect. That means you will be able to see the northern lights especially if you do not live where all the city lights are. If you live in some of our outlying areas, you may have had a better opportunity to see the Northern Lights Wednesday night and Thursday night. Your best chance is after about 10 p.m. There is also the Gemini Meteor Shower which the peak time of that is going to be on Sunday night. There may be a chance to see Jupiter and Saturn come very close to each other on Dec. 21 forming a rare ‘Christmas Star’ that only happens every approximately 800 years. MORE FROM CBS DETROIT: Stimulus Package Update: Plan Should ‘Give As Generous Aid To Local Governments As Possible,’ Economist Says MORE FROM CBS DETROIT: Police: D’Wanna Wiggins, Mother of Missing Child D’Wan Sims, Passes Away MORE FROM CBS DETROIT: Michigan Lawmaker Disciplined For Threatening Trump Backers...
    NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” cold open featured a spoof of Michigan House hearings on voter fraud allegations. The hearings last week featured President Donald Trump’s campaign attorneys, including Rudy Giuliani and constitutional law attorney Jenna Ellis, attempting to address voter fraud claims in the state. SNL’s Kate McKinnon played Giuliani and spent much of the segment calling witnesses, including Dominion contractor Melissa Carone, played by Cecily Strong. WATCH: “You want evidence?” said McKinnon’s Giuliani. “OK, well today I have brought before you highly intelligent, barely intoxicated individuals who are all eyewitnesses. After hearing their testimony going to be like, ‘Wow, Rudy is right and getting smarter every day.'” As Carone, Strong claimed to have literally seen dead people voting. When a Michigan Republican lawmaker accuses her of lying, she says she signed an “after David.” “I’m not lying. I signed an after David,” she joked. “Yeah, that’s correct. David signed, and then I signed right after David.” Giuliani’s other “witnesses” included a woman who claimed she “ate ballots,” “Nicole Kidman’s character from ‘the Undoing,'” and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who...
    STICKNEY TOWNSHIP, Ill. (WLS) -- The Cook County Sheriff's Office announced charges in a cold case from more than 17 years ago.Antoinette Briley, 41, of Michigan was charged Friday night with two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of her newborn twin sons in unincorporated Stickney Township.On June 6, 2003, the victims were discovered by a Waste Management employee who was emptying trash bins in an alley in the 4800-block of South Latrobe Avenue, according to a Cook County sheriff's release. A Michigan woman has been charged with the deaths of her newborn twin sons. The employee saw the bodies in the front lift bucket of her garbage truck, police said.An autopsy determined the babies were born alive and died of asphyxiation, the release said.Cook County sheriff's police said they conducted a thorough investigation at the time, but the case remained unsolved.In 2018, they reopened the case and utilized DNA from evidence recovered from the scene in an effort to identify the birth mother using the latest developments in genetic genealogy, according to the release.A breakthrough from that...
    President Trump Thursday wouldn't say whether he still has confidence in Attorney General William Barr two days after the AG said the Justice Department hadn't seen widespread election fraud that could overturn the results.  “Ask me that in a number of weeks from now," Trump told a reporter. "They should be looking at all of this fraud.”Fast Facts Barr told the Associated Press Tuesday, “To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election."  Trump's campaign has challenged the results in several battleground states, including Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.  Trump's campaign has challenged the results in several battleground states, including Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.  Barr told the Associated Press Tuesday, “To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election."  He said U.S. attorneys and FBI officials have been working to follow up on specific complaints and information they have received, but have not uncovered enough evidence that would change the outcome of the election. Trump's campaign has challenged the results...
    CNN national correspondent Dianne Gallagher was continuously heckled by a group of Trump supporters as she tried to report live from Lansing, MI on Monday. As Gallagher reported on Michigan being close to certifying its 2020 presidential election results, a group of men in Make America Great Again hats with megaphones shouted “CNN sucks!” “Fake news!” and “Four more years!” behind Gallagher in support of President Donald Trump — who has baselessly claimed that the election was rigged against him. “You can tell there are some protesters out here who do not want them to certify that election,” said Gallagher as the protesters shouted. “So if you can still hear me over the loudspeakers here, basically there are four members of the Board of Canvassers.” “Now this is usually a pretty mundane protocol that they go through to certify what has already been certified by each of the counties. There are four members, two are Republican, two are Democrats,” she explained. “One of the Republicans has already indicated that he isn’t sure that he’s going to vote for certification....
    Wisconsin started recounts Friday in Milwaukee and Dane counties, the state’s most populous counties with mostly liberal voters, after President-elect Joe Biden won the state by a narrow margin.  The recounts were requested by the Trump 2020 Campaign, as the president's team continues to mount legal challenges in a bid to overturn the nationwide election outcome. Fast Facts about Trump's 2020 legal challenges Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield said they would be vigilant in making sure the process is fair but added they saw no evidence that was likely to give Trump a win in the state where Biden leads by more than 150,000 votes. Recounts in Wisconsin's Milwaukee and Dane counties got underway Friday at the request of the Trump campaign.  Meanwhile, two GOP state lawmakers from Michigan met with the president at the White House on Friday to discuss the campaign's legal dispute over its election process.  Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield said they would be vigilant in making sure the process is fair but added they saw no evidence that was...
    Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp certified President-elect Joe Biden's win in the state Friday but called for another hand recount.  President Trump's team has until Tuesday to request a recount, which would be paid for by the state. Kemp said he’s been frustrated by problems during the process, including previously uncounted ballots.  “But because I’ve been part of the process, I’ve had to be more guarded,” he said. “I’m having to make sure I’m staying on firm legal footing for the official duties of the governor.”Fast Facts on 2020 Election  Biden won Georgia by a little more than 12,000 votes, a lead that was whittled by 888 votes in the hand recount. Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield met with Trump at the White House but said they had not seen any evidence that would “change the outcome of the election” in the state.  Meanwhile, two GOP state lawmakers from Michigan met with the president at the White House on Friday over its election process, amid the president's ongoing legal challenges in several battleground states. Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike...
    The Trump campaign and President Trump are criticizing Michigan's election certification process and Georgia's recount efforts as their legal battle continues in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled against the campaign's post-election legal challenges, saying that the Philadelphia Board of Elections acted properly in its decision to regulate the positioning of election observers. The campaign argued that the board's distancing measures did not allow observers to meaningfully participate in the process and is attempting to stop Pennsylvania from certifying its election.   The United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania tomorrow will hold an evidentiary hearing for the Trump 2020 campaign's case.The campaign filed a lawsuit last week alleging "irregularities" affecting the 2020 presidential election. PA COURT REJECTS TRUMP CAMP'S EFFORTS TO BLOCK 9,000 ABSENTEE BALLOTS AFTER ELECTION DAY Meanwhile, Michigan election officials in the state's largest county, which includes the city of Detroit, were facing a deadlock Tuesday after two Republicans voiced concerns of absentee ballot fraud but voted later on Tuesday night to certify the election results in favor of 2020 President-Elect Joe Biden.  "Flip Michigan back to TRUMP," the president tweeted Tuesday night. "Detroit, not surprisingly, has...
    Alarm Rises With U.S. States Hitting Daily Records: Virus Update People are painting their walls more now — and these are their go-to colors Election challenges live updates: Georgia, Michigan judges toss Trump suits over ballots as lawsuits are filed in Nevada and Pennsylvania President Donald Trump's reelection campaign has launched a multi-state legal battle in its efforts to secure a second White House term over Democratic challenger Joe Biden. Court actions have been brought in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia, and the campaign has announced a similar one in Nevada. The campaign has also said it plans to seek a recount in Wisconsin. These battleground states, along with Arizona and North Carolina, are under intense scrutiny as former Vice President Joe Biden inches closer to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to secure the presidency. USA TODAY is tracking developments in the legal battle for the election. Keep refreshing this page for updates. Nevada still counting election votes, promising accurate instead of fast USA TODAY See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Majority Whip Rep. Clyburn:...
    CNN’s Chris Cuomo and Phil Mattingly were momentarily flustered when former Vice President Joe Biden cut President Donald Trump’s Michigan lead nearly in half while they were doing a live update on their electoral map Wednesday morning. Cuomo had just completed an interview with Wayne County Clerk Cathy Garrett, who told him that only 55 percent of the votes had been counted so far in Michigan’s largest county, and refused to be pinned down on a timetable for finishing the count. Following that interview, Cuomo and Mattingly were gaming out county results on their “Magic Wall” map of Michigan when a shift occurred — a more than 60,000-vote Trump lead was cut to around 26,000 live on the air. The shift caught Mattingly by surprise, as he told Cuomo “We’ll pull back out here. Look, Donald Trump just took the lead! Pull back out. Donald Trump now ahead. By 26, didn’t take the lead, sorry, it’s been a long night.” “I was gonna say,” Cuomo said. “The lead narrowed again,” Mattingly said, noting that more votes came in fir...
    President Donald Trump on Monday will host a campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The rally is scheduled for 10:30 p.m. EST. The president is barnstorming the country in the last days until the election, hitting critical swing-states important to his re-election. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches outdoors in locations across the country. This will be the last rally before the presidential election.
    President Donald Trump is closing out Election Eve with a big rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Trump has traveled a lot to Michigan in the final leg of the 2020 campaign. The RealClearPolitics average of polls shows Biden with a 4.8 lead over the president in the state. You can watch live above. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    President Donald Trump on Sunday will host a campaign rally in Washington, Michigan. The rally is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. EST. The president is barnstorming the country in the last days until the election, hitting critical swing-states important to his re-election. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches outdoors in locations across the country. It is two days until the presidential election.
    With two days to go until Election Day, President Donald Trump is kicking off his Sunday with a campaign rally in Michigan. The current RCP average of polls has Joe Biden leading the president by 6.6 points, but Trump has been to Michigan quite a bit in the final leg of the campaign — and will be there again tomorrow — in the hopes of winning the key state. You can watch live above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is appearing with his former boss, former President Barack Obama, in two drive-in rallies in Michigan on Saturday as his campaign makes its final appeal to Black voters ahead of Election Day. This marks the first time Obama and Biden are campaigning together in the 2020 election.  Biden and Mr. Obama will appear together at a rally in Flint in the early afternoon, followed by an event in Detroit later in the day. Musician Stevie Wonder will perform at the event in Detroit. Biden will need to perform well in these predominantly Black areas if he is to win Michigan, four years after Mr. Trump narrowly carried the state. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox How to watch Biden and Obama rally in Michigan What: Former Vice President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama rally in Michigan Date: Saturday, October 31, 2020 Time: 1:45 p.m. ET in Flint; 5:30 p.m. ET in Detroit Location: Flint and Detroit, Michigan Online stream: Live on CBSN in the player above...
    President Donald Trump on Friday will host a campaign rally in Waterford Township, Michigan. The rally is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. EST. The president is barnstorming the country in the last days until the election, hitting critical swing-states important to his re-election. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches outdoors in locations across the country. It is four days until the presidential election.
    President Donald Trump on Tuesday will host a campaign rally in Lansing, Michigan. The rally is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. EST. The president is barnstorming the country in the last days until the election, hitting critical swing-states important to his re-election. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches outdoors in locations across the country. It is seven days until the presidential election.
    WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Tuesday will focus on the Democrats' “blue wall” states that he flipped in 2016. Trump traveled to the Michigan capital of Lansing and will visit West Salem, Wisconsin, just three days after holding a Janesville rally in the state. First lady Melania Trump was on the road, too, making her first solo campaign trip of the year. Trump’s 1:30 p.m. rally in Michigan will be livestreamed in this article. If there is not a livestream available, check back at a later time. Melania Trump was making her first solo rally appearance of the campaign, in Pennsylvania, weeks after she tested positive for the coronavirus. She tweeted about her husband before her arrival, “The people of that great state know President @realDonaldTrump will always fight to keep Americans safe, secure, & prosperous." Both Trumps left for their campaign trips at the same time, and the president gave the first lady a quick peck on the cheek before they boarded separate planes. The president will also visit Omaha, Nebraska Tuesday after a Sunday stop in Maine....
    WASHINGTON – One week until Election Day, Joe Biden is going on offense, heading Tuesday to Georgia — which hasn’t backed a Democrat for president since 1992 — and pushing into other territory where President Donald Trump was once expected to easily repeat his wins from four years ago. Biden’s remarks at noon in Warm Springs and at 4 p.m. in Atlanta will be livestreamed in this article. If there is not a livestream available, check back at a later time. The Democratic presidential nominee planned to travel to Iowa, which Trump took by 10 points in 2016, later in the week. His running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris, is heading to Arizona and Texas, where Republicans haven’t lost any statewide office since 1994 — the nation’s longest political winning streak. The aggressive schedule is a sign of confidence by the Biden team, which is trying to stretch the electoral map and open up more paths to 270 electoral college votes. But after Democrats flirted with GOP territory in 2016, only to lose those states as well as their traditional...
    A Michigan bar owner featured in a Joe Biden campaign ad saying his business may fail because of President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 response is a wealthy tech investor who made it big after receiving a large family inheritance. Joe Malcoun, the co-owner of The Blind Pig, said in the ad his bar was nothing more than an empty room because of Trump’s inaction against the virus. “This is the reality of Trump’s COVID response,” Malcoun said. “We don’t know how much longer we can survive not having any revenue. A lot of restaurants and bars that have been mainstays for many years will not make it through this,” the bar owner said. “My only hope for my family, this business and my community is that Joe Biden win this election.” However, the Washington Free Beacon reported Monday that the odds that Malcoun falls under financial hardship are slim. Malcoun told a Michigan-based NBC affiliate in 2018 that he received a lottery-like inheritance from his wife’s grandfather about a decade ago and used those funds to become an angel investor...
    President Trump campaigned in Florida and Georgia and Democratic nominee Joe Biden made two stops in Michigan on Friday, a day after the candidates answered voters' questions in separate network town hall events. With less than three weeks to go until Election Day, the two were scheduled to meet face-to-face one more time to debate -- next Thursday in Nashville, Tenn.  Follow below for updates. Mobile users click here. 
    Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will deliver remarks Friday on his plan to expand access to affordable health care in Southfield, Michigan. The event is scheduled to begin at 1:30, but there may be delays. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    Fort Collins, Ann Arbor and Madison have been declared the top three best places to live in the US, according to a new ranking.   Livability.com released its 10th annual list of Top 100 Best Places to Live this week, offering inspiration to anyone looking for a new city to call home.  The list is based on a point system with eight categories: amenities, demographics, economy, education, health care, housing, social and civic capital, and transportation and infrastructure.  The leading cities all have several things in common - many are home to large universities, some are in the suburbs of large metropolitan areas, and all offer something for everyone, from strong family-focused communities to strong job markets to thriving beer scenes.   This year's list comes as American families have been forced to re-evaluate their priorities when it comes to where they choose to plant their roots, as the coronavirus pandemic has caused widespread economic instability and allowed many to work remotely.  Fort Collins, Colorado, secured the top spot on Livability's 2020 list thanks to its friendly atmosphere and booming local...
    Facebook is cooperating with federal authorities in a case against six men who planned to kidnap Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and overthrow the government. The FBI unveiled the plot Thursday. It said militia members discussed the plan over Facebook and unnamed encrypted messaging apps. "We proactively reached out and cooperated with the FBI early in this ongoing investigation,” a Facebook spokesperson told CNN. Adding, “We remove content, disable accounts and immediately report to law enforcement when there is a credible threat of imminent harm to people or public safety." According to the FBI complaint, the group used Facebook Live to call for possible ideas and used the platform to share videos and photos of their bomb and weapon tests. "I dont know, boys, we gotta do something," Adam Fox, one of the participants, said on Facebook Live to a private group this past June. "You guys link with me on our other location system, give me some ideas of what we can do."   Another of the accused, Bridge Michigan, said on Facebook in a since-deleted post: "Is it morally legitimate to...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden is delivering remarks in Michigan on Friday afternoon after his campaign announced that he tested negative for the coronavirus. Biden was tested after President Trump announced early Friday morning that he and first lady Melania Trump had tested positive for COVID-19. "Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden underwent PCR testing for COVID-19 today and COVID-19 was not detected," their physician, Kevin O'Connor, said in a statement. "I am reporting this out in my capacity as both Vice President Biden and Dr. Biden's primary care physician." How to watch Joe Biden's remarks: What: Joe Biden delivers remarks in Michigan Date: Friday, October 2, 2020 Time: 4:30 p.m. ET Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan Online stream: Watch on CBSN in the player above or on your mobile streaming device. The campaign event in Grand Rapids was billed as a speech about rebuilding the economy for working families. Get updates from the campaign trail delivered to your inbox Biden debated Mr. Trump in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday, although the two...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will head to Michigan on Friday to give remarks on the economy. The campaign event begins at 12:20 p.m. in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and it will be livestreamed in this article. If there is not a livestream available, check back at a later time. The event was in limbo pending the result from his COVID-19 test. President Donald Trump, who spent 90 minutes on stage with Biden for a debate Tuesday, announced he tested positive for the virus on Thursday. Biden and wife Jill both tested negative on Friday. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
    A 2-month-old baby has died from COVID-19 in Michigan this week, medical officials in the state announced this week. During a press conference on Wednesday, leading medical experts warned the public that "Children are not spared" from coronavirus dangers. Chief deputy director for health at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Joneigh Khaldun made the tragic announcement while providing the midwestern state's public with an COVID-19 related updates.  The official said that over 85,500 people in Michigan are alive 30 days after the onset of their symptoms, CBS News reported. "And that's a good sign, but I want to be very clear: Death isn't the only outcome that matters," Khaldun said, alluding to other medical problems COVID-19 can cause. "Some people who live need a lung transplant. Some people who live have kidney failure and end up on dialysis. And we know there's some people who have inflammation of their heart," Khaldun added. Children are one of the demographics the least at risk for contracting the coronavirus. However, there have been other instances of very young children dying...
    A 2-month-old baby has died from COVID-19 in Michigan, officials announced during a coronavirus briefing this week. During the briefing, Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, chief medical executive and chief deputy director for health at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), gave an update on the state's COVID-19 numbers. Khaldun said there are over 85,500 people in Michigan who are alive at least 30 days after the onset of their symptoms. "And that's a good sign, but I want to be very clear: Death isn't the only outcome that matters," Khaldun said. "Some people who live need a lung transplant. Some people who live have kidney failure and end up on dialysis. And we know there's some people who have inflammation of their heart." Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox "And children are not spared from this disease, either," she continued. "I was so saddened to hear this week of a 2-month-old baby in Michigan who died because of COVID-19. My condolences go out to their parents and family."  Further details about the baby were not shared. CBS...
    Legendary rocker Kid Rock performed at a raucous campaign rally with Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle on Monday in Michigan. “If you believe in the leadership of Donald Trump, if you believe in more leadership of Donald Trump, that you will live and always live and support and stand for the greatest country in the world. Make some damn noise!” he said as the crowd roared with approval. Kid Rock performed after Donald Trump Jr. rallied supporters for his father’s campaign at Bumpers Landing Boat Club in Harrison Township, Michigan. “You should probably hit record on your phone right now, because goddamn fake media will say it didn’t happen,” the rock star yelled into the microphone after taking the stage. Kid Rock played several songs including “Born Free” and “All Summer Long” on stage, according to video of the event posted online. “I’m not going to get too political, but goddamn I kinda want to,” he said during the performance. “I want to see everybody do well in the country, everybody, but I don’t believe you make the poor...
    President Donald Trump on Thursday will speak at a campaign rally at an airport in Michigan. The event is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. EST. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the president is delivering campaign speeches with a limited crowd at airports around the country.
    President Donald Trump speaks to 2020 campaign rallygoers in Freeland, Michigan at a rally on Thursday evening. His remarks will begin around 7:00 p.m., and you can watch uninterrupted here, via the PBS live stream. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    President Trump on Thursday is rallying his supporters in Freeland, Michigan, a state he won in 2016 and one his campaign considers a must win in 2020. The latest CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows Joe Biden leading Mr. Trump 53%-45%.  The president is once again holding his rally at an airport hanger, an outdoor alternative to his indoor rallies that have been made nearly impossible by the pandemic. The president and his allies have begun calling his rallies "peaceful protests" as a way to skirt rules limiting gatherings due to COVID-19. How to watch President Trump's rally in Michigan What: President Trump holds a rally Date: September 10, 2020  Time: 7 p.m. ET Location: Freeland, Michigan Online stream: Live on CBSN - in the player above and on your mobile or streaming device  On Thursday, the president continues to battle the fallout from his interviews with Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward. According to excerpts from Woodward's book that were released early, Mr. Trump told Woodward he intended to downplay the virus to avoid working people into a panic.  Get Breaking News Delivered to...
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