On today’s show:
Haircuts are coming back, and a bunch of stuff is reopening in northern Michigan
Michigan’s Coronavirus numbers are trending in the right direction
The Chief of Police in Shelby Township is in trouble for saying terrible things about protestors under a pseudonym; while a member of their city’s board of trustees is worried about his first amendment rights. Shelby Township is almost 90% white and one of the fastest-growing suburbs.
The former president of the UAW, Gary Jones, pleads guilty to embezzlement.
MoGo, the bike sharing service, has new pricing.
Meanwhile, bike sharing shuts down (temporarily) in Dearborn as their for-profit vendor, Zagster, pulls out. They’re looking for a new vendor.
Sanders closes four of six company retail stores as it realigns to the new normal focused on experiences and online sales.
More details on the shutdown of the Detroit Institute of Music Education.
4,600+ RC helicopter drones from China were seized at the Detroit border for being mislabeled and undervalued.
The Ford Bronco is coming back. Sven has more.
The Detroit Zoo is reopening for members, with distancing guidelines. Some people aren’t happy they have to wear masks.
And the DNR is opening up campgrounds. Here’s the DNR’s info.