Author: Meredith St. Henry

Impeachment Trial Moves Forward After Senate Votes on Constitutionality

Opening arguments begin in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump on Wednesday. Each side with have 16 hours over two days to make their case. Six GOP senators joined all 50 Democrats in a vote to move forward with the trial on Tuesday. The vote came after senators, who are now jurors, heard arguments on the whether…

Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday: June, Newton & Spaz

JUNE Show Caption Hide Caption NEWTON Show Caption Hide Caption SPAZ Show Caption Hide Caption It’s Adopt-A-Pet Tuesday on Michigan This Morning! This week we have June, Newton and Spaz– just three of Northern Michigan’s many great, adoptable animals waiting for a loving family to take them home. First up, meet June. June is 2-years-old and very intelligent. She is…

Reagan’s Former Secretary of State, George Schultz, Dies at 100

He was former President Reagan's secretary of state

George Schultz, who served more than six years as former President Reagan’s secretary of state, has died. Schultz is known for improving relations with the Soviet Union in the 1980s. He was also the longest serving secretary of state since World War II. Schultz was 100-years-old.

Michigan Healthcare Hero Attending Super Bowl 55

Carol St. Henry is a nurse anesthetist at Saint Joseph Mercy Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan. Whenever she gets a call to intubate a possible COVID-19 patient, she suits up in her PAPR. Before the coronavirus, she never heard of PAPR and now she owns one. She says it gives her chills the National Football League is recognizing healthcare workers for…

Tom Henschel Attending His 55th Super Bowl

Tom Henschel has been in the stands for every single Super Bowl since the first one kicked off in 1967 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Back then, it was called the World Championship Game, and a ticket only cost $12. This year Henschel’s streak was in question due to the coronavirus pandemic. In October, he received a call from…

AstraZeneca’s Vaccine Shows Promising Results

The nation may have another weapon against the coronavirus in the near future. Researchers say a new study shows a single dose of AstraZeneca’s vaccine is 76% effective. They also say it could possibly slow down the transmission of COVID-19. But it could take several months before the vaccine is approved in the U.S. While that’s happening, FEMA has deployed…

President Biden Pushes For Stimulus Relief Plan

President Biden is urging his party to stick together to pass the coronavirus relief bill. Biden met with key Senate Democrats in the oval office on Wednesday to discuss the plan in detail. A handful of Republican lawmakers say they will not support the $1.9 trillion bill if the price tag is not lowered. One of the key disagreements between…

2 Proud Boys Members Face Conspiracy Charges Over Capitol Riot

Two proud boy members are now facing conspiracy charges related to the riot at the capitol in the beginning of January. The grand jury indictment says Nicholas Ochs and Nicholas Decarlo were not only part of the mob that stormed the Capitol, but also did a lot of planning in advance. That includes raising money for the effort before the…

Tensions High Over Rep. Greene’s Future

On Thursday, Democrats will vote on whether to kick Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene off her committees for past incendiary remarks and for endorsing conspiracy theories. House GOP members held a meeting behind closed doors on Wednesday regarding the fate of Greene. Following the meeting, the top Republican in the House, Kevin McCarthy, released a statement condemning Georgia Republican’s comments but…