Coronavirus

IOSHA receiving scores of coronavirus-related workplace complaints

Indiana's workplace safety agency has gotten more than seven times its usual number of complaints this year -- most of them related to coronavirus...

More Michiana students return to classrooms on Monday

More Michiana students are re-entering classrooms on Monday, Sep. 21. Penn Harris Madison students in grades 4 & 5 are going back. Also on Monday,...

10,000 fans allowed for Harvest GP Weekend at Indy Motor Speedway in October

There were no fans allowed at the Indianapolis 500 in August, but that won’t be the case for the Harvest GP weekend in October. Indianapolis...

Michigan judge rules to count all ballots postmarked before Election Day

Counting Michigan's votes in November will take a while, in part because a judge has made a ruling aimed at getting them all. A judge...

Michigan health insurers to provide COVID-19 testing, treatment at no cost through end of...

Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services announced that the state has secured agreements from nearly all of the...

Eli Lilly clinical trials reducing rate of COVID-19 hospitalizations

Phase two of clinical trials for an antibody treatment at Eli Lilly is reducing the rate at which patients are being hospitalized with coronavirus. Eli...

U.S. Congressman from Indiana willing to take COVID-19 vaccine

When a vaccine is developed and ready, Rep. Larry Bucshon (R-Ind.), says he'll be willing to take it. He said in a speech on...

Big 10 Football to start in late October

It appeared that the Big Ten Conference would not be playing football until the spring of 2021, but now they have decided to begin...

Notre Dame begins testing football players daily for coronavirus

Notre Dame has begun testing football players daily for coronavirus. Head Coach Brian Kelly said the team and the school both want to be...

Goshen Health reports COVID-19 hospitalizations on the rise again

Just as COVID-19 cases in St. Joseph County continue to plateau, some health officials in Elkhart County say cases there, may be on the...

Two more Notre Dame Football players test positive for COVID-19

The University of Notre Dame announced the results of the latest round of COVID-19 testing on the Fighting Irish football team on Monday, Sep....

Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush tests positive for COVID-19

Loretta H. Rush, Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, has tested positive for coronavirus. The Chief Justice tested positive on Sep. 13 after a...

Unemployment boost coming for out-of-work Hoosiers next week

Another boost is coming for workers displaced by the pandemic. The Indiana Department of Workforce Development will begin making Lost Wages Assistance payments to eligible...

Mishawaka students to return to in-school learning soon

School leaders in Mishawaka have decided to allow students to return to school for in-person learning. The school district is the latest of a few...

Karen Pence says more people are discussing mental health due to the pandemic

Second Lady Karen Pence says if there's a silver lining to the pandemic, it's that people are talking more about mental health. Pence told Fox...

Food Bank of Northern Indiana Mobile Food Distributions, week of 9/14

Food Bank of Northern Indiana Mobile Food Distributions  Monday, September 14, 2020 – Elkhart County 10 a.m. – Noon EDT at The Arena, 2401 Middlebury Street,...

St. Joseph County COVID-19 case rate continues to drop

There is still great concern over the spread of coronavirus in St. Joseph County, even as the county's coronavirus numbers are getting back under...

More than two dozen Greek houses at Purdue University ordered to quarantine

27 Greek or co-operative living houses have students that have been told to quarantine or isolate of coronavirus concerns at Purdue University, but the...

College Hockey will have a delayed start this season

Notre Dame Football gets underway this weekend, but it'll take a little longer for you to watch the Irish play hockey. Pro Hockey is a...

Unemployed Hoosiers offered free workforce skills courses

Unemployed Indiana residents now have an opportunity to gain workforce skills for free. A partnership between the State of Indiana and 180 Skills will allow...

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