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College student shares tale of returning to Indiana from Spain in COVID-19 pandemic Numbers climb, he hopes more people take the virus seriously and slow the spread.

Indiana granted a federal Major Disaster Declaration, providing funds for virus recovery Governor Holcomb has announced that Indiana has been granted a federal Major Disaster Declaration, which frees up funds to help Indiana communities recover from the impact of the coronavirus.

Indiana doctor on battling coronavirus in his state Indiana Emergency Physician Dr.Stephen Sample joins Katy Tur to discuss the coronavirus situation in his state.

Indiana coronavirus: New Albany man charged for stay-at-home violation A New Albany man was arrested Tuesday and charged with violating Indiana's stay-at-home order after police said he crashed into three parked cars while driving intoxicated. James T.

Holcomb orders another two weeks of stay-at-home due to COVID-19 INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb extended an executive order telling Hoosiers to stay at home for the next two weeks, and extended the state's emergency status until the end of the month.

Coronavirus: Tippecanoe cases up 7 in past day, to 26; Indiana deaths top 100 LAFAYETTE - Indiana's death toll from coronavirus topped 100, according to figures released Friday by the Indiana State Health Department. Meanwhile, Tippecanoe County recorded seven new confirmed cases, up to 26 from 19 listed by the state a day earlier.

Irmc President Predicts Long Road For Indiana County In Covid-19 Pandemic The number of Covid-19 cases in Indiana County increased once again, but Indiana Regional Medical Center is preparing for a possible spike in cases in Indiana County. As was reported around noon on Friday, the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Indiana County went up to seven, from six yesterday.

Volunteer pilots fly to Indiana to get face shields for Michigan hospitals fighting coronavirus It's a 75-to-90-minute flight from Oakland County to Muncie, Indiana.

Aaron Steinfeldt makes the call for Indiana They said I am the number one tight end on their board, and they really want me to be a life-long Hoosier." Steinfeldt is the number 12 player in Indiana and the number 32 tight end in the nation according to the 247Sports Rankings. This past fall he had 40 receptions for 546 yards and five touchdowns in eight games of action for the Cougars.

Ray Looze: We Have 'Unfinished Business' at Indiana, Won't Pursue USC Job Looze addressed a number of topics surrounding the abrupt end to the 2019-20 NCAA season, and the Olympic postponement, in a conference call Friday.

WATCH LIVE: Indiana Gov. Holcomb, state leaders holding 2:30 p.m. COVID-19 news conference Eric Holcomb and other state officials will provide an update on the latest efforts in stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus in the Hoosier state Friday at 2:30 p.m.

Parents frustrated with EF Tours not giving full refunds for student trips canceled due to COVID-19 With the economy in turmoil, most of us watching every dollar, the last thing you need is a travel company refusing to return an upcoming trip. With travelers canceling their spring travel plans by the millions, airlines and tour companies are swamped with calls.

New protective device being used in Northwest Indiana - A new kind of personal protective equipment is being used by medical professionals after being brought to Methodist Hospitals by its medical director, Mohammad Zaman. The new device is a plexiglass intubation box which can be used to further protect patients as they're being placed on a ventilator.

Indianapolis native helps analyze COVID-19 data INDIANAPOLIS - Data behind the decisions intended to help stop the spread of COVID-19 come from detailed research. One scientist at the forefront of compiling these numbers and helping health and government leaders make difficult decisions during an infections disease outbreak is a Hoosier.

Lessonly closes on $15M funding round INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis-based Lessonly has completed a $15 million Series C round of funding. The tech company, which provides an online training platform, says it will use the funding to grow the platform, which includes the launch of a new product later this year.

Main Street Indiana businesses struggling to survive INDIANAPOLIS - Main Street Indiana is struggling to survive the pandemic. Whether its Kokomo, Martinsville, Carmel, or Avon, small businesses that employ thousands of Hoosiers are making tough decisions, and they're looking at all options to provide a paycheck.

'Buy Indy' campaign to support small businesses - The Indy Chamber has launched Buy Indy, a campaign to help business owners inform customers about changes in their business offerings due to COVID-19. The chamber says the initiative aims to uplift regional initiatives in support of local goods and services.

Indiana kids create 'Quarantine Monopoly' game With Indiana schools closed for coronavirus, some kids in St. John created a "quarantine Monopoly" game to help pass the time.

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Indiana COVID-19: Death toll tops 100, new one in Fayette County Indiana has a 'very long to go till we reach the peak' of the coronavirus pandemic, state officials say.

ISDH UPDATE: 102 total COVID-19 deaths, 398 new cases - The Indiana State Department of Health's daily update shows 24 more Hoosiers have died from COVID-19. The latest ISDH numbers show a total of 3,437 people have tested positive for the virus, with 17,835 Hoosiers tested. The death toll has increased from 78 to 102.

Indiana governor extends virus stay-at-home order 2 weeks INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's stay-at-home order was extended Friday for two more weeks as the state's number of coronavirus-related deaths topped 100 with an anticipated peak of infections still weeks away. Gov. Eric Holcomb announced the extension for the order that had been set to expire Tuesday.

Analysis: Indiana gets a win with in-state DE Cooper Jones Breaking down Cooper Jones, a good prospect who is headed to Indiana.

Hoosier deaths from COVID-19 top 100, nearly 3,500 cases confirmed The number of cases of COVID-19 in Marion County is now at 1,429 with 33 deaths reported. Human coronaviruses most commonly spread from an infected person to others through:. The best way to protect yourself from any respiratory illness, including the flu, is to:.

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