WMU 3-D Printers Producing Shields, Masks For Coronavirus Workers
Western Michigan University maybe virtually shutdown from the coronavirus pandemic, but WMU's 3D printers are not sitting idle. Instead, the staff and professors from multiple departments are teaming up to use their time to to produce personal protective equipment,
Miller Auditorium Officially Pulls Plug on Spring Season
Miller Auditorium made it official on Friday, cancelling for Spring season. That's the bad news. The good news is they are looking to reschedule most of the entertainment that ended up not happening due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Kalamazoo Health Officer Recommends Screening of All 'Essentials'
Even though we're at least two to three weeks into the current state of the coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic stuatus in Michigan, the Kalamazoo County Health and Community Services Department has issued a recommendation for "all essential service providers and businesses in Kalamazoo County t…
Michigan #3 in Confirmed Cases but #14 in Number of People Tested
(UPDATE) Michigan now ranks 16th in the U.S. in the number of people tested for Covid-19 yet #3 in deaths.
Dowagiac Couple Gets National Attention with Cardboard Cutout Wed
This Southwest Michigan couple didn't let Covid-19 stand in the way of getting married.
Kalamazoo Public Schools Comments on Governor's Closing Order
After Governor Whitmer announced that Michigan K-12 schools would remain closed the for rest of this school year, Kalamazoo Public Schools issued a statement:
Kalamazoo Shows Love For Hospital Staff On The Front Lines
Every day there are more and more examples of appreciation for those on the front lines of the battle against COVID-19. Here is the sight that greeted staff at Ascension Borgess in Kalamazoo as they arrived to work Thursday morning.
Check Out What This Michigan Landlord Did For Tenants In Crisis
Proof there's hope after all. It's always easier to do nothing for most people and then there are those that who follow another calling...generosity.
Veterinarians Declared Non-Essential: Offices May Be Closing
Your pet can't get COVID-19 but they may not be able to get the care they need either. Veterinary offices have been ordered to perform essential services only .