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Reed Loeffler "Professional Student of the Month"

The Iosco RESA Career and Technical Education Center would like to take this opportunity to recognize Reed Loeffler as “Professional Student of the Month” for February 2020. Reed is the so...

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If your school, community organization, business, governmental agency or church has a closing cancellation or delay that needs to be passed on to the general public, post it on the Carroll Broadcastin...

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Coronavirus Local Updates

Local News, Information & Updates for Northeastern Michigan Plus Restaurant Listings For Take Out, Delivery and Curbside Service.           &n...

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Where To Go, What to Do - Great Places!

  Where to go, What to do here in Northeast Michigan can be heard on WKJC FM Thursday's at 4:15 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. - Friday's at 5:15 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. and Sat. at 11:15 ...

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Rhode Island reverses order to make only New York visitors self-quarantine after Cuomo threatens lawsuit

Rhode Island reverses order to make only New York visitors self-quarantine after Cuomo threatens lawsuit

iStock(NEW YORK) -- A political battle between Rhode Island and New Yorks top leaders over new coronavirus precautions ended this weekend after Gov. Gina Raimondo changed her executive order that mandated New Yorkers who traveled to her state be quarantined, regardless of symptoms.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened lawsuits against Raimondos March 27 order, which issued fines and other penalties fo...

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and health minister test positive for coronavirus

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and health minister test positive for coronavirus

Peter Summers/Getty Images(LONDON) -- The prime minister of the U.K., Boris Johnson, and the most senior lawmaker in charge of the countrys health service have tested positive for coronavirus after developing mild symptoms.

In a video posted on his official Twitter page, the prime minister said he was tested for the illness after suffering a high temperature and a persistent cough, and will now...

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Who would get what and when from the $2 trillion stimulus package

Who would get what and when from the $2 trillion stimulus package

MCCAIG/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump on Friday signed the massive $2 trillion stimulus package into law during a signing ceremony in the Oval Office.

"I want to thank Democrats and Republicans for coming together and putting America first," Trump said.

The House passed the bill, the largest aid measure in American history, earlier Friday in a voice vote after lawmakers were called ...

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How businesses are adapting to a coronavirus pandemic economy

How businesses are adapting to a coronavirus pandemic economy

iStock(NEW YORK) -- In just a few weeks, the novel coronavirus outbreak has changed the way thousands of companies operate in an unprecedented manner. As business owners and employees navigate the new normal, here are some of the ways they have adapted to stay operating amid a global pandemic.

The COVID-19 outbreak has delivered an indiscriminate blow to businesses as everything from small resta...

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Matt Damon and the 'Contagion' cast reunite "virtually" for COVID PSA

Matt Damon and the 'Contagion' cast reunite "virtually" for COVID PSA

Photo by Dominique Charriau/WireImage(LOS ANGELES) -- Life has unfortunately imitated art for cast of the 2011 filmContagion, which has seen an uptick in streaming since the real-life COVID-19 coronavirus began spreading.

Thats why scientists from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health tapped the stars of the film --Matt Damon,Laurence Fishburne, andKate Winslet-- to dis...

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As states crack down on gatherings, some religious exemptions could keep pews full

As states crack down on gatherings, some religious exemptions could keep pews full

iStock(NEW YORK ) -- Despite repeated warnings from health experts about the risk of social interaction over novel coronavirus, governors in at least three states have exempted houses of worship from statewide bans on mass gatherings, and this weekend will offer a first test to see if any congregations forge ahead despite the warnings.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a Democrat, has banned gathe...

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