It has gotten so hard to find people to work, that some faculty and staff have been asked if they’d be willing to volunteer their services in various dorm cafeterias.
Michigan confirmed its first case of coronavirus in an animal after a cat tested positive. The feline had direct contact with its owners who had COVID-19.
Members of the coalition say there are still so many questions - who pays for the testing, can someone work while waiting for results, and what about the $14,000 fines?
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance urges people to get vaccinated ahead of the holidays if they haven't done so already.
"You have to change your environment," he said. "The idea that you are going to bring people back and have them sit in a cube right now is not going to happen."
Companies that typically hire thousands of seasonal workers are heading into the holidays during one of the tightest job markets in decades, making it unlikely they’ll find all the workers they need.
One reason America’s employers are having trouble filling jobs was starkly illustrated in a report Tuesday: Americans are quitting in droves.
16-year-old Grace Smith says she was arrested at her Wyoming high school after she refused to wear a mask on school grounds. The teen says she's faced three separate two-day suspensions for not abiding by the school's mask mandate, and received $1,000 in trespassing fines for refusing to leave the campus.
Drugmaker Merck has officially asked the FDA to authorize its pill for COVID-19, saying it can reduce the risk of hospitalization. But, just how much of a gamechanger could it really be?
“We are battling with one another and not battling with the common foe, which is the virus itself,” Dr. Rochelle Walensky said.
"It does reduce the severity of illness ... (it) doesn't prevent it entirely, but, it can potentially keep a lot of people out of the hospital," said Dr. Peter Hotez.
Merck asked the FDA to authorize its pill against COVID-19 in what would add an entirely new and easy-to-use weapon against the pandemic.
People who received a 6470 letter in the mail could see one of three notices which include a CP11, CP12, or CP13.
It's Dr. Asha Shajahan's patient care, compassion for our vulnerable populations, and tireless efforts to close healthcare gaps and educate those around her, that earned her the Eleanor Josaitis Unsung Hero Award.
The same supply chain issues impacting all facets of our lives is also hitting Halloween, with some costumes and decorations harder to find at stores.
Some people are getting their COVID-19 vaccine boosters and others are getting their third shot. While they may seem like the same thing, they aren't.
In Madison Heights, management at Noodle Topia found another way to deal with the waitstaff shortage. Two robots - Bella and Hola are now part of the work team.
The White House says the supply boost is the result of a new $1 billion federal investment, on top of the $2 billion committed to increasing the availability of the convenient diagnostic tests in September.
Michigan reports school-related COVID-19 outbreaks every Monday.
After two years of "barely scraping by," and living in debt, Karen Akpan and her husband Sylvester decided it was time to move their family into an RV to travel full time.