Let It Rip Weekend: Are the efforts in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 enough?

The number of cases of coronavirus continues to increase in Michigan and the U.S. and across the globe. President Trump has declared a national emergency in order to provide millions in aid. The governor has canceled classes until April and is limiting events to under 250 people. In Detroit, Mayor Mike Duggan is asking hospitals to set up drive-up testing centers in the city. Meantime, Democrats in Lansing are trying to make wage loss part of health benefits and to create a fund to help those losing wages due to the outbreak. Still, is this all enough to stop the spread and the economic fallout?

Let it Rip: Coping with the coronavirus spread

Just hours after the president tried to calm fears the coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread, triggering one of the worst days in financial history. We talk to the people in the frontlines working to keep us all healthy and safe.

The collapse of Art Van; Biden vs. Bernie

What is next for Art Van customers and workers? Our panel talks about what liquidation means for the iconic local brand. In our second part we talk Joe Biden's big momentum heading into the Michigan Primary next week and if Bernie can stave him off.

Coronavirus concerns and pandemic possibilities

The spreading coronavirus is the big topic just how worried should we be - and what we can all do to stop it. In the second half of the show, fear of the virus is now infecting the stock market. We look at the impact on the global and local economy - how low can it go and what can we do?

Absentee ballot increase may delay Michigan election results

Michigan clerks are worried a surge in absentee ballots will delay results on Election Day. The number of requested early ballots is up 70% since 2016. However, Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, R-Clark Lake, says he's in opposition to legislation that would allow clerks to start opening return envelopes early. But if no action is taken, will lawmakers be setting clerks up to fail on election day?

Detroit stunt drivers working with the city where drivers can continue without stopping traffic

Dangerous stunt drivers are burning rubber on roads all over Detroit. You've seen the viral videos and Detroit police have called their actions dangerous. But now, the group says they're working with the city to create an area off of the streets, where drivers can continue without stopping traffic or putting others in danger. But should the City of Detroit help to legitimize their stunts?

Bernie Sanders momentum from NH; Saline students sue

Bernie Sanders appears to be the Democratic front-runner after the New Hampshire Primary while Saline students are suing claiming the school has no right to punish them - because what they did was not on school grounds.