Zack talks to Sarah Spoonholtz from the Southwest Michigan Regional Chamber about the recent new MDHHS orders that might be confusing to some business owners and individuals. Anytime you need help or have a question, visit smrchamber.com for guidance.... [Read Full Story]
Because the coronavirus has affected animal shelters in Hawaii in such a big way, some charity groups took on the challenge of airlifting 600 dogs and cats out of Hawaii — and delivering them to new homes on the mainland.... [Read Full Story]
Krispy Kreme is giving away glazed doughnuts and a voting sticker.
McDonald’s is giving away new pastry items with the purchase of coffee.
Planet Fitness is offering a way to work off the election stress with a free workout and massage.
Uber and Lyft are offering discounted rides to the polls.
Hertz is giving a free day for a rental car “to perform your civic duty.”
Door Dash will have free delivery on all orders of at least $15 placed on Election Day.
Chili’s is offering their Presidente margaritas for just $5 (USA Today)
Zack speaks with Rob Cleveland of Cornerstone Alliance about the Move to Michigan campaign. Find out more at movetomichigan.org... [Read Full Story]
Over the summer, Samantha Whiting was vacationing on the beach in Monterey, California, when her 10-year-old daughter, Hayley, was pulled under the water by a strong rip current.... [Read Full Story]
All Souls’ Day
Deviled Egg Day
Zack and Trainer Beau discuss the importance of proper clothing and lighting when working outdoors for the upcoming change in time and weather.... [Read Full Story]
Zack talks to Becky from Animal Aid of Southwestern Michigan about Dude!... [Read Full Story]
Back in 1976, when Denise McCarthy was three years old, she and her twin sister, Sang-Hee, got lost while visiting a market in Seoul, South Korea. Sang-Hee was found three days later, but Denise was taken to an orphanage and then later adopted by American parents, who raised her in Vermont.... [Read Full Story]
National Frankenstein Friday
National Candy Corn Day
Zack and Daniele cover all of the spooky happenings around the area for your family, and just you adults, in today’s check-in with St. Joseph Today!... [Read Full Story]
International Internet Day: Otherwise known as Thursday.
National Cat Day: A good day to adopt a kitty.
National Oatmeal Day: I like mine with blueberries.
National Hermit Day: For those that like being alone.
World Stroke Day: Do you know the signs? Here’s how to spot a stroke FAST: Facial drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulties, and Time to call 911.
15-year-old Delaney Ferguson of Jenks, Oklahoma, wanted to make sure families in need were able to have some fun times together this Halloween, so she donated a bunch of pumpkin carving kits to a nearby food bank.... [Read Full Story]
Zack speaks with Lisa Cripps-Downey from the Berrien Community Foundation about the Golden Acorn Excellence Awards, which are annual awards that BCF does to recognize an organization for their work and individuals for their heart of volunteerism each year. The agency gets a $4,000 grant and the individual can direct $1,000 to the nonprofit of their choice.... [Read Full Story]
Will and Kayla from Honor Credit Union join Zack to talk about the top 3 safety tips to keep your information safe and avoid phishing. For more, check out the great blogs on cybersecurity at honorcu.com!... [Read Full Story]
National Chocolate Day: Good thing you’ve probably got a lot of it around the house right now.
National First Responders Day: A good day to say thanks to the people who dedicate their lives to saving lives.
National Make a Difference Day: A good day to do something nice for someone.
Fifth grader Orion Jean of Tarrant County, Texas, is known by his classmates and teachers as a very driven student. Earlier this fall, Orion collected and donated hundreds of toys ro kids in the hospital in Dallas through his “Race to 500 Toys” drive.... [Read Full Story]