the logo for Pfizer

November 10, 2020

The vaccine still has some way to go before it can be put into circulation. Pfizer’s Kalamazoo County plant is among those producing the vaccine.

two women with face masks sit across a desk from each other

November 10, 2020

MIOSHA is trying encourage more people to work from home as COVID rates rise around the state.

a teacher sits in a classroom with a face mask on

November 10, 2020

More than 6k people are infected in new and ongoing outbreaks at Michigan K-12 schools, colleges, and universities.

chart showing average COVID-19 infections in Kalamazoo County over five weeks

November 10, 2020

State reports 62 new deaths. Michigan hospitalizations and positivity rates continue to rise. Kalamazoo County numbers rising ever higher.

a sign in front of a cement building reads "Administration Building"

November 10, 2020

County offices will be closed to walk-in traffic until further notice.

a person washing their hands

November 9, 2020

The state has broken records for new infections three times in the past week, but getting people to take the virus seriously still proves elusive.

two medical workers in full PPE treat a COVID patient

November 9, 2020

Almost eight months after the first devastating wave of COVID infections, Michigan medical providers have learned a lot. But are they ready for what’s coming?

chart showing average COVID-19 infections in Kalamazoo County

November 9, 2020

State continues infection rate climb. Kalamazoo County breaks infection records too. Hospitalizations and positivity rates rise. New infections rising again at WMU.

a person sits leaning against a pillar in a public bus station

November 6, 2020

The new tax will fund rental subsidies and affordable housing for the next 8 years.

Dr. Joneigh Khaldun speaks during a press conference

November 6, 2020

Michigan’s Chief Medical Executive said the pandemic could get much, much worse if current trends continue.