NURSING HOME OUTBREAK | More than 20 positive cases of COVID-19 have been reported among residents at a nursing home in Grand Haven.
HEARING AGAINST WHITMER | The first hearing in a lawsuit filed by the Michigan Legislature against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is scheduled for Friday morning.
LANSING PROTEST | Michigan State Police said there were no arrests the protest against Whitmer's stay at home order in Lansing. A couple hundred people gathered in heavy rain to rally, which may have played a role in the size of the protest -- which was smaller than previous rallies.
FEDERAL RELIEF BILL VOTE | The House is expected to vote Friday on another massive rescue bill that would pump almost $1 trillion to state and local governments and renew $1,200 cash payments for individuals.
UNEMPLOYMENT FILINGS SLOW | Michigan saw a slight decrease in the number of people filing for employment last week, according to data release for the US Labor Department. Michigan still has the second-highest unemployment rate in country behind California.
FORECAST | Friday will feature morning showers before becoming mostly sunny and warmer. High of 71° expected.
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