During the 1918 flu pandemic, Blanche Reeves was living in rural Iowa when she got sick. Even though she was still recovering in November 1920, she managed to cast her vote in the presidential election.
Michigan’s coronavirus restrictions would be managed on a county-by-county basis using data from their local communities under a new plan from Republicans unveiled Tuesday. The plan would use scientific data to guide decisions for county-specific
Owosso barber Karl Manke is declaring partial victory in his battle against the state over violations of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s coronavirus orders. Manke, 77, received several citations and criminal charges when he reopened his downtown
People will not be allowed to openly carry firearms near polling places, clerks offices or locations where absentee ballots are counted, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced Friday. Read More
If you were hoping to gather your extended family and celebrate Thanksgiving, the nation’s top infectious-disease expert warns that may not be the best idea. With coronavirus cases on the rise in more than 40
Dr. Anthony Fauci is criticizing a declaration by a group of scientists that supports the concept of “herd immunity,” which the White House is using to bolster a push to reopen schools and businesses. Read