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South Bend parks remove amenities to discourage gathering


South Bend Community School Corp. donates supplies to St. Joseph County Health Dept.


Luncheonette to permanently close on April 6


Longtime South Bend firefighter named fire chief


Child gets surprise birthday parade after original plans were cancelled


Kosciusko Community Hospital employee tests positive for COVID-19


West Noble Athletic Director making 'slow and steady' progress


Villing & Company make P.S.A.'s to rally Michiana against COVID-19


Journeyman Distillery switching to making sanitizer, shares with Three Oaks community


Nelson's Catering teams up with local groups to raise funds


St. Joseph County Sheriff's Dept. not enforcing evictions during pandemic


South Bend Common Council passes ordinance to fund coronavirus response


Gas stations working to keep pumps and stores sanitized for customers


St. Joseph County Parks offices to close to foot traffic Monday, parks remain open


Elkhart business offering free signs to restaurants offering carry-out


United Way of St. Joseph County starts COVID-19 response fund


Peregrine eggs discovered on Fort Wayne falcon cam


Stray Dog Bar & Grill in New Buffalo to close temporarily due to coronavirus


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Dolly Parton starts virtual story time to entertain kids stuck at home

As part of her new web series “Goodnight with Dolly,” legendary musician Dolly Parton is reading bedtime stories for kids at home. It’s the latest chapter for her “Imagination Library,” a program started in 1995 to mail free books to kids each month.

Paramedics under pressure with record level emergency calls

Paramedics in Florida are now getting more and more calls for potential coronavirus cases. In Coral Springs, many paramedics took “quick-read” blood tests to check for antibodies to see if they have an inexplicable immunity and can take more calls.

New York death toll tops 4,000 as military called in to help

The federal government is deploying the military to help in hard-hit New York state, sending more than 1,000 doctors, nurses and support staff. Governor Cuomo said the state may be nearing its peak or plateau in cases. The state saw a drop in its daily death toll, but Cuomo warned it's too early to tell what that means long term.

Teen charged in 'calculated' double homicide of university doctor, husband

"We believe that this was not a random act," authorities said of the killings.

'Awful and beautiful': Saying goodbye to coronavirus victims without a funeral

“There is a deep sadness with not being able to comfort one another,” one faith leader said. “I tell families this will pass. They will get through this.”