Teddy bear scavenger hunts get families outside during quarantine

Wed Mar 25 15:56:37 PDT 2020

Teddy bear scavenger hunts get families outside during quarantine

Neighbors in Bourbon are putting teddy bears in their windows to give families a safe reason to head outdoors during the coronavirus quarantine

Indiana: Filing for unemployment

State officials laid out the process in a Facebook Live event on Wednesday.

33 people recover from COVID-19 in Berrien Co.

County health officials briefed the public on the latest coronavirus news Wednesday.

Receiving the extra $600/wk. unemployment

Indiana state officials clarify the process for receiving the additional federal benefits.

Buchanan restaurant opens in uncertain times

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NTSB: School district shares blame for Fulton Co. crash that killed 3 siblings

The NTSB says the Tippecanoe Valley School Corp. is partially to blame for a 2018 crash that killed three siblings who were crossing a rural highway to reach their stopped school bus.

Brian Kelly is learning to adapt during unique coronavirus circumstances

Kelly knows this has been a challenging time for everyone but believes he's already grown so much during this new normal.

 
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