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Kroger and Owen's to temporarily adjust times that stores are open


Building Michiana: Handcrafted goods from South Bend Woodworks


Residence Inn employees meet with new ownership to discuss unpaid work


Amish Acres closing after one last New Year's celebration


Starke County startup plans to build $22M facility, add 80 jobs


Warsaw workers laid off after Winona PVD announces closure


AM General partners with Jeep on new military concept vehicle


Michigan City company to invest nearly $30M in expansion


Winnebago announces acquisition of Elkhart Co. RV manufacturer


Elkhart-based payroll processing company declares bankruptcy


Allegiant Airlines to offer nonstop flights from South Bend to Sarasota


Company behind Perkins, Marie Callender's files for bankruptcy


Uber lays off 400 employees from global marketing team


Plymouth sees big changes as two businesses plan to expand


Bristol ribbon-cutting ceremony marks 114K-square-foot business expansion


Whirlpool stock falls as Upton talks tariffs with SW Michigan business leaders


Downtown South Bend sees first new office building in more than 20 years


Best-One agrees to pay $1M in overtime back wages after Dept. of Labor investigation


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Four people have died on Holland America's Zaandam ship, at least two of them from the coronavirus. Nine others have tested positive and 179 more have flu-like symptoms.

Fake cops are doing coronavirus traffic stops in Colorado, police say

Police impersonators have stopped and questioned drivers in at least two Colorado cities about why they are out during a statewide stay-at-home order.

Headaches, vomiting: Coronavirus symptoms beyond fever and cough

Some of the first warning signs can include extreme fatigue, weakness and chills. But other symptoms often follow.

WHO concerned by 'rapid escalation' of virus, as U.S. death toll nears 5,000

"In the next few days we will reach 1 million confirmed cases, and 50 thousand deaths,” the World Health Organization's Director-General warned.

Vacation towns to seasonal residents: Stay away

Martha's Vineyard asked seasonal residents not to come to the island to escape the coronavirus. Many did anyway, and now the small island has eight cases.