What to know around Metro Detroit:

We give an update on the latest Coronavirus numbers as cases and hospitalizations continue to trend up;

Share where to get tested for free in Macomb County;

Run down a series of bill the state legislature passed around the pandemic;

Update you on news the U.S. Supreme Court is upholding a directive to stop census counting on October 15 which will impact Detroit and urban areas around the country;

WXYZ-TV has the harrowing tale of a man physically hurt by Taylor police while he wasn’t resisting arrest – and then charging him for fleeing when he didn’t. As well as all the steps the system missed to right it before now. I just wanted to highlight it that it’s out there. Go read the whole thing and watch the bodycam footage: https://www.wxyz.com/news/local-news/investigations/police-chief-calls-for-change-after-officers-say-welcome-to-taylor-during-violent-arrest

The NCAA Sweet 16 and Elite 8 are coming to Detroit

And our feature conversation is with Robyn Cleveland about their new limited-edition Pink Norden Aquavit. We chat about how the company is doing in pandemic times, the inspiration for this special edition and then give it a try. 

Part of the proceeds benefit the Pink Fund. There are limited bottles and places to get it. Go here: https://nordenaquavit.com/

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