Michigan Employers Can’t Get People Back To Work
West Michigan Republican State Representative Luke Meerman says it’s time Michigan dumps federal extended unemployment benefits. Meerman says the idea of paying people an extra $300 a week for unemployment is a major factor behind many refusing to go back to work.
Has Your Android Mobile Device Been Infiltrated?
The hacking attack targeting Android devices that started earlier this spring continues to infect devices worldwide. It’s being described as “ingenious”. It is literally spreading on its own.
Kroger Offers Millions In Vaccination Perks
Kroger is joining the list of retail giants in America pushing us to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus.
Vaccine Approval For Kids As Young As 12 Expected Within Days
Pfizer and European virus partner BioNTech reported successful trials on kids as young as 12 just a few weeks ago.
Watch For A Fake Unemployment Benefits Claim Notice
All Michigan residents should be on extra alert status to fraud cases, not just GEICO customers. A big red flag is receiving paperwork from the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) about an unemployment insurance filing.
State Beefs Up Virus Safety Enforcement This Week
The state is reporting a notable bump in virus cases in the last three weeks. That includes 28 new outbreaks in manufacturing plants and at construction sites.
State Orders Virus Testing For Agricultural And Food Workers
Michigan agricultural workers and those employed at food processing plants are now required to be tested for the COVID-19 virus.
Dramatic Video Shows Multiple Dams Failing During Devastating Floods in Michigan
Weather conditions for Michigan's Lower Peninsula have improved with most of the rain moving out of the area. But what’s been left behind is now taking a significant toll.
State Hits Walgreens And Others for Mishandling Opioids
Nessel is filing a lawsuit in Detroit targeting Walgreens, and three other lesser recognized, but otherwise large medical supply companies. She is accusing all four with illegally distributing opioids without controls.
New Vaping Safety Regulations In Michigan
The state intends to inspect processing facilities twice per month to ensure vitamin E acetate and other potentially harmful additives aren’t being used.