On today’s show in the player at the bottom of your screen:

A Coronavirus update, with new numbers and school start guidelines.

A University of Michigan study says 1/3rd of parents will keep their kids home when the school year starts.

Slaveholding former Michigan Governor and Senator Lewis Cass – his name is no longer on a state office building. It’s now named after two representatives that fought for civil rights.

Dearborn removes signs that used shawarma sandwiches to display distance apart from people after some pushback

The nonprofit advocacy organization Friends of the Rouge River says it’s won a grant to develop a large rain garden project near its headquarters in downtown Plymouth.

The Motown museum in two old houses on West Grand Boulevard will reopen its doors July 15th after four months of being shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The museum will also allow you to take video inside the museum for the first time.

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