WML Monday: GR Shootings, Trump in New York, and the Freedom Cruise

Tom Antor talks about the benefits of the Freedom Cruise, Trump appears in NY for the UN general assembly, & multiple shootings happen in GR in one weekend.


1  Four separate shootings happened on late Friday night / Saturday morning in Grand Rapids. leaving Two people are dead and two others injured. The family of a 29-year-old musician identified him as one of the victims killed over the weekend. Police are still investigating.

2 Politicians, activists, and executives will gather today in New York for the United Nations' Climate Action Summit. President Trump is in New York today holding bilateral meetings and attending United Nations activities. Tomorrow, he will address the United Nations General Assembly.

3 A few showers this morning but dry cooler air moves in today

TODAY Astronomical fall began early this morning! A few lingering rain showers this morning are drying out. Sunshine is expected by the afternoon. Temperatures will only be in the upper 60s.

Benjamin Reisterer, MI Counselor Sources:


·"Game of Thrones" takes the top Emmy for best drama but dark British comedy "Fleabag" is the surprise big winner of television's glitziest night, dominating the comedy prizes at a star-studded ceremony in Los Angeles.

·It's hard to believe, but Bruce Springsteen has never had a No. 1 hit on the pop charts. No matter, because the Boss, who turns 70 today, is the most honored American rock star of all time.

·Friends, family and fans of celebrity chef Carl Ruiz -- a Cuban restaurant owner who made frequent Food Network appearances -- are mourning his death. He was 44.

Royal visit

·The world might finally get to see baby Archie. The 4-month-old royal is joining his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as they start a tour of southern Africatoday

·Want to wish this WWII vet a happy 100th birthday? Then send him one of the 100 birthday cardshe's asked for.

Some kind of hero

·Meet the 21-year-old college student whoworked at a hotel for 32 hours-- alone -- and took care of guests during the worst of the Texas flooding