Even though many couples are postponing or cancelling their weddings because of the pandemic, one couple headed to the altar Saturday.
While the threat for severe weather has gone down quite a bit, we're still watching for a chance for showers and storms in spots this evening and overnight. Tomorrow will be a windy day for all of Michiana. Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has the details in her Saturday evening forecast.
They sold bottles of their spirits and sanitizer to raise money for their employees who were laid off due to the pandemic.
Nelson's cooked up some smoked chicken and potatoes to help raise money for Ian Calkin's eagle scout project.
The Elkhart City Council passes an emergency response ordinance
Team Michiana is in full force. A South Bend neighborhood is making one boy's sixth birthday special
"If everything goes according to plan, I am talking months, not years," for completion of three clinical trials, a researcher said.
Lowery co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference with the Rev. Martin Luther King.
Americans are showing their gratitude to health care workers and first responders, the heroes on the front lines against the coronavirus. NBC News’ Steve Patterson shows us how people across the country are giving back, including a New Orleans man delivering comfort to hospitals with donated meals, inspired by his wife.
Ventec Life Systems partnered with General Motors to help manufacture more ventilators. One day after President Trump invoked the Defense Production Act, CEO Chris Kiple tells NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden that they’ve already doubled production and will go into overdrive with help from GM.
President Trump says he’s weighing a two week quarantine of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to slow the spread of the coronavirus. New York’s Gov. Cuomo questioned how that could be enforced as the state today passed 52,000 cases. The state is still trying to secure more equipment as health care providers nationwide warn that supplies are running dangerously low.