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Michigan health officials reporting 1313 new cases of covert 19 and nine new death. The name of a campus building in Michigan at Michigan State University is changed over a family's objections. The Steven S. Nisbet building at Michigan State University will be known is just It's street address for now. University trustees unanimously decided to change the name over evidence that Nesbitt was a member of the Ku Klux Klan in the 19 twenties. A membership card was found in a central Michigan University library. Steven S. Nesbitt's grandson, Steven Penis, but says that's not his grandfather's signature and asks for consultations with the historian. The elder Nisbet died in 1986. He was a member of Michigan State University is governing board in 19 sixties work in education and business and chair of the convention in 1961, that produced Michigan's constitution. Chris Monster, Fox News Wildfires Continue to Play California has more than three million acres of land have burned. Speaking in an exclusive interview this afternoon on America's newsroom, Big Creek, California resident Toby Wait, describes the last possessions he took from his home before he was forced out by the fire when stresses on the line. You get your valuables, your possessions that you that you can't do without photos of the family and when, really, we left pretty much clothes on her back. Haven't had enough of Tiger King Joe exotic. While there might be more to come, Nicolas Cage will take on the role of a fictional Joe exotic for a scripted Siri's in development at Amazon. Exotic whose real name is Joe Maldonado. Passage was at the center of the hugely popular Netflix Siri's Tiger King. The yet untitled Siri's is based on the Texas monthly article. A dark journey into the world of a man gone Wild Cage will play Joe, an eccentric, exotic zookeeper in Oklahoma who fights to keep his park. Even at the risk of losing his sanity. You cool cats and kittens, it's Caroline can't risk. Another series was green, lit by NBC Universal last month, starring Kate McKinnon is Carol Baskin. And it'll focus on exotic.