Maple Leaf Farms is teaching people how to cook duck at home with a free online video series.
Meteorologist Kimberly Newman looks ahead to another round of rain showers late Wednesday.
Students won't be returning to their schools for the rest of the year. Instead, they'll finish up at home. 16 News Now learned how teachers and students are staying connected even when they won't be face to face for the rest of the year.
Potential plan to help struggling Benton Harbor Area Schools
Rev. Nate Wills, C.S.C., gives his reasons for remaining hopeful amid the pandemic.
Rev. Nate Wills, C.S.C., explains what it was like to self-quarantine.
Wearing religious head coverings is a First Amendment right, the woman's attorney said. "We don't lose those rights because we have interactions with law enforcement."
Over the last month, the #closethelibraries campaign has called to close library buildings not only to the public but also to library staff.
Transgender teens and young adults widely lack “affirmative and culturally competent” sexual health resources, according to the report.
The move follows a Detroit bus driver's dying from coronavirus after posting a video about a coughing passenger. "We have to care for and protect our neighbors," the city's mayor said.
Many doctors suspect that if the drug does turn out to be beneficial, it may work better early on in the course of the illness.