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Financial and health experts recommend several end-of-life documents for everyone. Among the top three: a will; advance directives/health care proxy (who makes decisions if patient can't); and a power of attorney. What do you have in place?

Classic QLCS with multiple tornado warned “notches” east of Cincinnati tonight. Hope those folks are taking their tornado precautions.

Police have been dealing with strange calls during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a cross-section of some from Battle Creek.

CDC Director Robert Redfield says the employee can return to work as long as they take their temperature before they go to work, wear a face mask at all times and practice social distancing while they are at work.

Whether it’s a dog, a cat or, yes, a hedgehog named Quillie Nelson, pets are proving to be unexpected heroes during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

"I started feeling symptoms the Wednesday after that, so it was like two weeks after classes have been canceled and then almost two weeks after I had started being alone," Rosie Wilson said.

Relief is coming from the federal government. In the mean time, don't get scammed.

“It’s important to make these face shields for the doctors, so they don’t get sick and can help more people and stop the virus from spreading,” said 13-year-old Brady Jensenius.

Some insurance companies are giving out refunds during the stay-at-home orders. There are also car maintenance issues that should be kept up while not using your vehicle.

“You're not in this alone. There’s a lot of us going through this as well," Boulter said. "The seclusion is necessary but the recovery community is there for one another. So, however you need to go about doing it, reach out.”

“We have to hold fast in recognizing that our citizens’ ability to hold their elected officials accountable has never been more critical to protect,” Benson said.

Of the victims whose demographic data was publicly shared by officials -- nearly 3,300 of the nation’s 13,000 deaths thus far — about 42% were black, according to an Associated Press analysis.

Light rain starting shortly in locations like South Haven, with the steadiest precip a bit behind.

Grocery store employees are putting their health at risk to make sure the public has the food and supplies they need during the COVID-19 pandemic. FULL STORY >>

"We know there's more people infected with COVID-19 that are asymptomatic or are symptomatic and haven't been able to get sampling they should," Kalamazoo County Health Officer Jim Rutherford said.

Lightning flashes over a neighborhood off 142nd Street in Portage, Michigan, on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.

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