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ICYMI May 15: Updates on COVID-19 developments in Michigan

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Posted at 7:00 AM, May 15, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-15 07:00:09-04

Online news is such a fast-moving thing, we thought that maybe you would to find recent coronavirus stories in Michigan in one spot.

49,582 coronavirus cases confirmed in Michigan as of Thursday, with 4,787 deaths.

GRCC offers free classes to build career skills while you’re stuck at home. (Nicole DiDonato)

Arguments will be heard Friday in the lawsuit the Michigan House and Senate filed against Governor Gretchen Whitmer, but a legal expert says the governor will prevail. (Sarah Grimmer)

A Cedar Springs woman creates “hero pouches” for nursing home employees.

FOX 17’s Angeline McCall looked into how the Kent County Health Department identifies anyone exposed to coronavirus.

Kalamazoo Public Schools is holding virtual graduations.

A new executive order from Gov. Whitmer expands telehealth options to include mental health care, drug treatment and home health services.

Gov. Whitmer signs executive order suspending evictions.

The Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan stated Thursday that the governor’s coronavirus orders remain in force even while she is being sued.

Barry County Sheriff weighs in on 'Bootleg Barber' of Owosso.

First responder flies his plane to U.P. to pick up PPE for Bronson Hospitals. (Lauren Edwards)

The Michigan League for Public Policy offered the state ideas on how improve the unemployment system. (Ryan Cummings)

FOX 17 talked with Attorney General Dana Nessel Thursday to talk about the lawsuit against the Governor and the status of guns in our capitol. (Derek Francis)

There were tussles but no arrests at Thursday’s protest at the state capitol.

Meijer is changing its store hours to give customers more time to shop and extending the hours reserved for certain customers.

A paramedic finds out she has a tumor while helping with COVID 19 in NYC. (Julie Dunmire)

A Montcalm Co. salon owner is ticketed for seeing clients. (Annie Szatkowski)

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