Allyson Hahn from L'Anse Creuse High School in Harrison Charter Township, Michigan talks about choosing in-person learning amid the pandemic as a senior.
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News From Around Detroit
- Gaylord's Iron Pig faces liquor license suspension, other penalties for reopeningby Petoskey News-Review (GANNETT Syndication Service)
The owners cited a "moral" and "fiduciary responsibility" to their employees, as well as concerns over their well-being and mental health.
- 576 Henry Ford workers off the job due to COVID-19 illness, exposure as hospitals fill upby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
Michigan health care workers are getting sick with COVID-19 or are in quarantine because of exposure, further taxing already stressed hospitals.
- Recall effort targets Chippewa Valley school board leadersby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
Four Chippewa Valley Board of Education members could face recall because they voted to offer online-only education.
- Freighter that ran aground in Detroit River has been freed as channel reopensby Detroit Free Press (GANNETT Syndication Service)
Officials were able to free and refloat the Harvest Spirit freighter Thursday after it was stuck in the Detroit River's Livingstone Channel.
- Massive fire engulfs Toledo Beach Marina building with boats, million-dollar yacht insideby The Monroe News (GANNETT Syndication Service)
Smoke can be seen for miles drifting across Lake Erie as firefighters attempt to quell flames that have spread throughout the building.
- News Wrap: Congress inches closer to a possible stimulus deal
In our news wrap Friday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have agreed that a bipartisan relief bill worth $900 billion is a starting point, the House of Representatives voted to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level, widespread flooding in Indonesia kills at least five people, and an Alabama man turns 104 after surviving COVID-19.
- Biden's transition pushes ahead amid grim economic outlook
The Biden White House transition continues though the president-elect is already facing what may be his greatest challenges, as the pandemic fills hospitals and jars the economy again. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign continues to lose its legal challenges in moving to dispute the election result. Judy Woodruff has the story.
- Hiring slows in the U.S. as millions face losing unemployment benefits
The latest job's report released by the Department of Labor Friday estimates the economy has not yet replaced about 10 millions jobs lost last spring, with many Americans now close to losing their unemployment benefits. Wendy Edelberg, director of the Hamilton Project and a former chief economist for the Congressional Budget Office, joins Amna Nawaz to discuss the country's economic outlook.