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Local Coronavirus Updates

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The latest impacts from COVID-19

Editor's note: In an effort to keep the community updated on the ever-changing information regarding COVID-19, the Iosco County News-Herald… Read more

MDHHS makes COVID-19 recommendations about Halloween trick-or-treating, celebrations

LANSING – To help ensure the only thing scary about Halloween is the costumes, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS)… Read more

Whitmer again extends state of emergency

LANSING – Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Tuesday, Sept. 29 extended the State of Emergency until Oct. 27 at 11:59 p.m.  Read more

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National Coronavirus Updates

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Commission on Presidential Debates considers structure changes after Tuesday's free-for-all

(The Center Square) – After Tuesday night's fiery presidential debate that regularly saw President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden interrupting and speaking over each other, the Commission on Presidential Debates says it is considering changes to the structure of future debates. Read more

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Trump campaign flags pop up overnight on city property in Northwest Iowa town

The state auditor's office said a City of Ute employee used Facebook to post "a photograph of a candidate's flags flying on multiple city properties, along with text that supported the flying of the flags and the candidate." Read more

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Poll: Trump holds slight lead over Biden in Texas

(The Center Square) – A new poll independently funded by the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and designed and analyzed by the Center for Public Opinion, shows that President Donald Trump holds a slight lead over Joe Biden in Texas. Read more

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Talk show host mock Donald Trump and Joe Biden debate

Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon all used their talk show opening monologues to mock the presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden Read more

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Jon Bon Jovi finds pandemic-hit New York City 'surreal'

Jon Bon Jovi thinks the coronavirus pandemic has turned New York City into a "weird Twilight zone" because the streets are so quiet and "eerie". Read more

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Powder keg: Right-wing activists, armed with guns, increase protest tensions as Election Day approaches

Tensions between the left and the right are intensifying as the presidential election nears. The bitterness is starting to spill over into violence between right-wing militia members openly carrying assault rifles and activists on the left who are increasingly likely to be packing heat. Read more

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Wisconsin reports 17 new COVID-19 deaths as officials call surge in cases a 'crisis'

Wisconsin reported 17 COVID-19 deaths Tuesday, the highest daily total since May, as this month’s surge of cases expands to older people and threatens hospital capacity. Read more

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On high alert as COVID-19 numbers rise, Packers’ focus remains sharp: ‘We’d like to keep playing’

Matt LaFleur and the Packers staff have reiterated to the players the importance of remaining vigilant and avoiding unnecessary contact with the outside world. Read more

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Fiery exchanges mark first presidential debate between Trump, Biden

(The Center Square) – An argumentative and contentious first presidential debate Tuesday night was filled with interruptions, personal insults and frequent requests by moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News for the candidates to adhere to the rules their campaigns agreed to abide by. Read more

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Return of the MAC: Former Region stars thrilled to start college football season

"Once I found out it was real and the MAC is back, I was just excited." Read more

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