Connie and Fish are back in Michigan making you laugh every weekday morning from 6am – 10am. Connie and Fish are both originally from Michigan but also spent a lot of time across the lake in Wisconsin. The two have known each other for over 20 years. Connie is originally from Southeast Michigan and Fish is from Lansing. The show is live every weekday morning from 6am-10am.
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Confederate Statue in Allendale is “Tarred and Feathered”
A very controversial Civil War statue in Allendale was found "tarred and feathered" on the evening of Friday, January 8.
115 Michigan Inmates Tested Positive For COVID-19 Twice
The Michigan Health Department is looking at 115 inmates who have tested positive for COVID-19 twice.
Michigan Is The Most Moved To State During The Pandemic
Surprisingly, more Americans moved in 2020 between the months of February and July than in 2019 between the same months. And even more surprisingly, the state that was the most moved to in 2020, was Michigan.
Two Michigan Cities Rank In Top 5 Of U.S. Cities With Most Smokers
In general, about 1 in 8 Americans smoke, but here in Michigan it's about 1 in 5. And it's even higher if you are from a couple of the largest cities in the state.
53 New COVID-19 Outbreaks In Schools Brings Total To 271
On Monday, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 53 new COVID-19 outbreaks in Michigan schools, bringing the rolling total to 271 ongoing outbreaks.
The 10 Michigan Counties With Highest COVID-19 Cases Per Million
Right now Michigan is in the middle of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and some counties are getting hit much harder than others.
It’s Been One Year Since The World Saw Its First Case Of COVID-19
Today is a very important anniversary, but it isn't an anniversary that we will celebrate.
63 New COVID-19 Outbreaks In Michigan Schools Brings Total To 249
In the wake of Michigan's record breaking week of coronavirus infections, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has announced 63 new COVID-19 outbreaks in Michigan schools last week.
Michigan Should Hit Pandemic Peak By End Of December
The most forgiving predictions have us peaking somewhere between 40-60 deaths a day whereas some of the more severe predictions peg that number at around 250 deaths a day.
Today is the 45th Anniversary of the Sinking Of The Edmund Fitzgerald
The Edmund Fitzgerald was the largest ship on the Great Lakes when it was launched in 1958 and to this day remains the largest ship to have sunk on the lakes.