WSU student killed in Detroit, unemployment benefits lapse for millions. Nashville blast investigation asks FBI to search home

Police are investigating a shooting that took the life of an 18-year-old woman in Detroit. Family members of Casey Lynae Willis have so many questions after the teenager was shot dead before 2 a.m. Saturday on the east side of town.

Unemployment benefits for millions of Americans struggling to end up lapsed overnight as President Donald Trump refused to sign a COVID relief and spending bill at the end of the year that was seen as a final agreement before his sudden objections .

Federal agents gathered at the home of a potential person interested in the blast that shook downtown Nashville on Saturday as investigators searched hundreds of tips and clues in the blast that damaged dozens of buildings on Christmas morning.

The number confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan rose to 477,269 from Saturday, including 12,029 deaths, state officials said.

Saturday’s update contains 7,341 new cases and 254 additional deaths. The state reported a total of 469,928 confirmed cases and 11,775 deaths on Wednesday.

Important note: The state of Michigan did not provide an update on coronavirus data on December 24-25 due to the holiday. The update on Saturday, Dec. 26 represents an average of 2,447 new COVID-19 cases recorded each day between Dec. 23 and 26 in Michigan.

Of the 254 COVID-19 deaths reported Saturday, officials say 188 were identified during a review of records, meaning it did not occur between December 23 and 26.

On Saturday, the state reported a total of 318,389 recoveries from the virus.

Here’s a look at more of the data:

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