Associated Press
Associated Press 21 May 2020

Michigan lake left nearly empty after dam fails

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Those who live along Wixom Lake in Michigan are wondering when, or if, water will return to their beloved lake. (May 21)


Chicago trains and streets were nearly empty on Monday as residents adhere to guidelines to remain at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. As of Monday, Illinois has confirmed more than 22,000 cases of COVID-19 and has recorded 794 deaths. (April 13
A pair of dams in Central Michigan failed, sending water gushing into homes and businesses. Some 10,000 people were ordered to evacuate while the state is under a stay-at-home order because of coronavirus.
Unprecedented flooding was ongoing Wednesday morning in Midland County, Mich., after a pair of dams collapsed following record rainfall. Thousands of residents have been told to evacuate as floodwaters gush into the communities along the Tittabawassee River, inundating homes and businesses and prompting an emergency declaration from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D).
Chicago's usually bustling downtown remains a virtual ghost town amid the coronavirus pandemic, with elevated subway trains that circle the city's Loop nearly riderless. (April 10)

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