Calhoun And Kalamazoo Fairs Plan To Restart This Summer
It is clear that while planning for the Calhoun County fair moves ahead, it is not a locked-in-stone done-deal.
Thousands in Calhoun And Kalamazoo Counties Get Food Help Extended
Thousands of Calhoun and Kalamazoo County residents are breathing a bit easier today. The emergency food assistance they've been receiving is being extended for at least this month.
Traveling By Air May Soon Require Virus Passport
US Airlines are taking the lead on the issue, saying it would help reopen travel across the country and potentially around the globe.
Lights On To Honor COVID Victims
Tonight’s light show is intended to at least remind everyone in Michigan that thousands are no longer here.
Helping Seniors Navigate COVID Issues
The State of Michigan admits that older residents are facing a range of challenges accessing virus-related information.
Rolling Out The COVID-19 Vaccine
Pfizer and BioNTech will see huge financial rewards for their work. They secured a massive contract with the U.S. government to sell millions of doses to the country.
Michigan Plant Turning Out New Military Troop Carrier
The military production offshoot of General Motors is making good on a new military contract. It has only needed 120 days to deliver the first of potentially thousands of small and quick troop transport vehicles to the Army.
Rural Broadband Hookups Expand In SW Michigan
The federal government is using more of your tax payments to help cover the cost of expanding broadband internet coverage to underserved areas in Michigan.
Trick Or Treating Is Allowed – Sort Of
The Whitmer administration in Lansing, to the surprise of many, is not ordering a halt to Halloween trick or treating this year. The state Health and Human Services Department believes there are safe ways for kids and parents to have fun but still stay safe...
“Rona Violations Lead To Fines Against Michigan Businesses
The state is continuing it’s COVID-19 virus workplace rules enforcement this week. It’s imposing fines totaling over $51,000 against 19 businesses across the state.