Child death, numerous injuries lead to recall of Peleton treadmills

Peleton is recalling treadmills after the death of a child and 29 reports of injuries. Peleton Interactive announced the recall of their Tread Plus and...

Michigan Senate votes to exempt high school commencements from crowd restrictions

The Michigan Senate has voted to exempt high school graduation ceremonies from the state's order restricting crowd sizes due to the pandemic. They sent the...

Michigan seeing a drop in COVID cases, hospitalizations

Michigan's coronavirus case average has declined in the last two weeks. On Monday the state reported its 14th straight day with a decrease in the...

Indiana hits 2,000,000 vaccinated

Indiana has reached 2 million people vaccinated, but the rate of newly vaccinated Hoosiers has remained at a slower number. At the same time, numbers...

Michigan lifts some mask requirements for gatherings and sporting events

Michigan's Department of Health and Human Services has announced a lift in mask requirements for outdoor gatherings of under 100 people. Anyone who is fully...

Michigan teen dies two weeks after collision in high school baseball game

A Michigan teen has died after suffering injuries during a high school baseball game last month. Cooper Gardner, a junior at Bath High School, had...

Indiana’s job fatality rate higher than national rate, according to study

Indiana's job fatality rate in 2019 was higher than the national rate. That's according to a new report released by the AFL-CIO, which states 146...

South Bend school board set for the first school improvement projects

The South Bend school board has set the stage for the first school improvement projects that are being paid for with the district’s 2020...

Middlebury man is charged with possessing illegal explosives; enough to make 100 devices in...

A Middlebury man is charged with possessing illegal explosives after police found ingredients for nearly 100 devices in his home. Marlin Petersheim, 19, was arrested...

Downtown Goshen event is meant to get people moving while raising funds for a...

A June 12 event in downtown Goshen is meant to get people moving while raising funds for a new anti-human trafficking organization. Sarah Virgil outlined...

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