November 6, 2020

State sets record number of COVID cases for the second day in a row. Kalamazoo County’s positivity rate is higher than ever.

a woman with her hair wrapped in a towel working on a laptop

November 6, 2020

COVID forced people to change the way some work gets done. Those changes could become permanent.

political yard signs

November 5, 2020

Your next government: what’s decided and what’s still unclear.

a sign listing COVID prevention measures

November 5, 2020

Kalamazoo County has seen unprecedented numbers of COVID infections in the past few days. That suggests a spike in deaths in the next two weeks.

the portage public schools administration building

November 5, 2020

Twelfth Street Elementary has halted in-person classes until November 17 after three people tested positive for the coronavirus.

November 5, 2020

Kalamazoo County is also experiencing a record-breaking surge of new infections. WMU cases continue to decline.

A streetscape with the Union restaurant in the middle

November 5, 2020

The restaurant and venue cite the coronavirus pandemic as the reason for the shutdown.

a collection of political yard signs.

November 4, 2020

It’s been an unprecedented election, and it won’t be over until absentee ballots are counted.

a man and a woman sit at a table outdoors with masks on while a waiter with a mask takes their order

November 4, 2020

The state wants restaurants to take contact info from customers, but it won’t force them.

November 4, 2020

State hospitalizations surpass 2,000 as Kalamazoo hospitals’ COVID cases rise. The positivity rate passes 10%.