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Dallas announces participation in the National Memorial to Lives Lost to COVID-19

City Manager T.C. Broadnax announced Tuesday that the City of Dallas will participate in the national Memorial to Lives Lost to COVID-19 by ringing bells at 4:30 CT. The memorial will take place in Washington D.C. and nationwide on January 19, 2021 starting at 5:30 p.m. ET and continuing at 5:30 p.m. local time in cities and towns across the country. The memorial will feature the lighting of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, and the illumination of buildings and ringing of church bells in a national moment

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Dallas announces participation in the National Memorial to Lives Lost to COVID-19

7-Year-Old Struck By Stray Bullet In North Charlotte Shooting

1/2 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — An investigation is underway after a seven-year-old boy was struck by a stray bullet Tuesday afternoon following a north Charlotte shooting, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department reports. The shooting happened around 2:35 p.m. on Hilo Drive, off of North Tryon Street. Police said an initial investigation indicates that unknown suspects were shooting at each other in the apartment complex parking lot. According to officers, at least one of the rounds penetrated an occupied apartment

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7-Year-Old Struck By Stray Bullet In North Charlotte Shooting

CMU Women's Soccer Hires TC West Alum Wheelock as Assistant Coach

The Central Michigan women’s soccer program has hired Cedar native and Traverse City West alum Keyton Wheelock as an assistant coach. “I’m really happy that we have again attracted a quality assistant coach to our program,” CMU head coach Jeremy Groves said in a statement. “Keyton is proven at a high level. To have this type of experience is going to be huge. I’m so excited to welcome Keyton to CMU. She is going to help us reach our goals of taking CMU back to the top of the conference.” Wheelock

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CMU Women's Soccer Hires TC West Alum Wheelock as Assistant Coach

Who oddsmakers think will win the 2024 election

by: Rohit Ponnaiya, Covers, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Updated: WASHINGTON (COVERS) — President-elect Joe Biden is still hours away from being sworn in as the 46th president of the United States of America, but U.S. election odds are already on the board for 2024. U.S. Election betting has emerged as one of the biggest betting markets in the world, exceeding $2 billion in handle in 2020, and sportsbooks are eager to cash in over the next four years as well. Kamala Harris, who will serve as vice president

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Who oddsmakers think will win the 2024 election

New COVID Variant To Become 'Dominant' Strain In Massachusetts, Says Rep. Jon Santiago

Jon Santiago, a Massachusetts state representative and ER doctor, stands outside of the emergency room entrance at Boston City Hospital in Boston on April 8, 2020. The new highly contagious variant of COVID-19, called B.1.1.7, has reached the state this week, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. State Rep. Jon Santiago, who is also an emergency room physician at Boston Medical Center, spoke to Boston Public Radio on Tuesday about what the arrival of the variant means for residents. "Although

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New COVID Variant To Become 'Dominant' Strain In Massachusetts, Says Rep. Jon Santiago

Trump's Last Day

In the final hours of the Trump presidency, the man who entered the White House with daily made-for-TV moments started his last full day behind closed doors, out of sight for a week. NBC's Alice Barr reports. (NBC News) — In the final hours of the Trump presidency, the man who entered the White House with daily made-for-TV moments started his last full day behind closed doors, out of sight for a week. The president is said to be weighing pardons and commutations for potentially dozens of people, including

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Trump's Last Day

New CDC Director Warns COVID Travel Restrictions Could Be Tightened

Coronavirus measures may increase as a new administration enters office. iStock Many restrictions have been implemented over the last year to help try to stop the raging coronavirus spread. Recently, President Donald Trump signed an order to lift some of the restrictions he imposed early last year, but one of those changes may not stand, according to Rochelle Walensky, the incoming director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The new CDC director says she expects that international travel

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New CDC Director Warns COVID Travel Restrictions Could Be Tightened

Musicians lean on creativity, live streams to engage audiences during pandemic

It has been 10 months since most musicians have been able to perform in front of fans. It has also been that long since any of us could see them live, too. “Our social scene was through playing shows. It was everything to us,” said Adrian Pottersmith, a member of the band The Velveteers. Prior to March 2020, you could find Pottersmith in a basement or warehouse around Boulder, Colorado performing. Now, he has had to rely on his two bandmates to formulate ideas to connect with their fans. “We did a live

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Musicians lean on creativity, live streams to engage audiences during pandemic

D-B schools going to remote format

Dawson-Bryant Local schools announced on Monday that they will be going to a remote learning format for two weeks, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (The Ironton Tribune | Heath Harrison) COAL GROVE — Dawson Bryant Local Schools announced Monday that they will be going to a remote learning format for the next two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “As you are aware, the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise,” superintendent Steve Easterling said in a letter to parents. “Statistics show that the issue

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D-B schools going to remote format

Newsom sets new tone for California, White House partnership

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — After four years of sparring with President Donald Trump, California is ready for a more productive, friendlier chapter with Democratic President-elect Joe Biden. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom outlined his areas of agreement and places where he hopes to collaborate with the new administration Tuesday in a letter to Biden. Among his requests are federal support for California's efforts to house homeless people in hotel and motel rooms and a restoration of money for the state's troubled

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Newsom sets new tone for California, White House partnership

'The Bachelorette': Clare Crawley and Dale Moss 'Taking Time Apart' Amid Split Speculation

Clare Crawley and Dale Moss are taking a step back after their whirlwind engagement. The Bachelorette couple, who met and got engaged this summer just weeks after meeting, have decided to "take some time apart" for now, a source close to the pair told E! News Tuesday after their social media behavior sparked speculation. "Clare and Dale have been fighting a lot recently," the insider explained. "They are mainly in disagreement over lifestyle preferences. Dale wants to be in a lively city and focus on his career,

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'The Bachelorette': Clare Crawley and Dale Moss 'Taking Time Apart' Amid Split Speculation

MIAA track committee hands off modification proposal

NORTON, MA – JANUARY 16-SATURDAY: Runners rounds a corner while competing in the girls’ 1-mile event during the Northeast Invitational held at Wheaton College January 16, 2021, in Norton, Massachusetts. (Photo by Paul Connors/Media News Group/Boston Herald) The MIAA Track and Cross Country Committee unanimously agreed Tuesday to modifications for the Fall 2 and Spring seasons to send to the Sports Medicine Committee for approval. Where some of those Fall 2 indoor track modifications will be implemented

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MIAA track committee hands off modification proposal

Pletcher’s Pegasus Turf Trio ‘All Have Very Good Records’ At Gulfstream Park - Horse Racing News

by Press Release | 01.19.2021 | 4:22pm Largent entered the Pegasus World Cup picture with a come-from-behind victory in the Ft. Lauderdale He's won the Florida Derby (G1) more times than any trainer in its history and led Gulfstream Park's Championship Meet standings a record 16 times, including a staggering 15 in a row from 2004-18. Now, Todd Pletcher is looking to add the Pegasus World Cup to a crowded Hall of Fame caliber resume that already boasts multiple Kentucky Derby (G1), Belmont Stakes (G1) and Breeders'

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Pletcher’s Pegasus Turf Trio ‘All Have Very Good Records’ At Gulfstream Park - Horse Racing News

Sam Bradford Made $1.25 Million Per Touchdown in His Career

Karl Rasmussen AP Photo/Eric Gay Sam Bradford never lived up to his hype as an NFL quarterback, having been selected as the first-overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. While his performance on the field was never what fans and coaches expected, but you wouldn’t know that by taking a glance at the massive amount he’s hauled in through his career earnings. Early Life and College Football Career Samuel Jacob Bradford is a member of Cherokee Nation and grew up in Oklahoma City. He attended

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Sam Bradford Made $1.25 Million Per Touchdown in His Career

Colonial National Historic Park employee arrested for using government-issued credit cards

Actions News 3 YORKTOWN, Va. - A Colonial National Historical Park employee pleaded guilty to theft of government property and wire fraud in federal court. Federal documents state that Jeffrey Gaddis worked for the Colonial National Historical Park in Yorktown. He was the automotive mechanic and fleet manager for the park. Records state that each of the 120 park-owned vehicles had a credit card that was supposed to be used for official purposes only. They state park employees are required to fill up the gas

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Colonial National Historic Park employee arrested for using government-issued credit cards

Trump’s Clean Power Plan replacement gets thrown out by a court

Biden administration can start afresh without need. DUNKIRK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - 2016/10/09: A NRG owned coal fired energy facility that plans to convert to a natural gas facility. Today, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia vacated the Trump administration's attempt to take a minimalist approach to the regulation of carbon dioxide emissions. The ruling was a lopsided victory for the long list of groups opposing the Trump EPA's approach, with the entire rule being vacated. Thus, the Biden

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Trump’s Clean Power Plan replacement gets thrown out by a court

Trump’s Clean Power Plan replacement gets thrown out by a court

Biden administration can start afresh without need. DUNKIRK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES - 2016/10/09: A NRG owned coal fired energy facility that plans to convert to a natural gas facility. Today, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia vacated the Trump administration's attempt to take a minimalist approach to the regulation of carbon dioxide emissions. The ruling was a lopsided victory for the long list of groups opposing the Trump EPA's approach, with the entire rule being vacated. Thus, the Biden

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Trump’s Clean Power Plan replacement gets thrown out by a court

Trump was talked out of pardoning his kids, GOP lawmakers, report says

US President Donald Trump looks on before signing the pardon for Alice Johnson, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, on August 28, 2020. – Trump granted Johnson, a criminal justice reform advocate and former federal prisoner, a full pardon after commuting her sentence in 2018. (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP) (Photo by NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Images) By Kaitlan Collins, Kevin Liptak and Pamela Brown | CNN President Donald Trump received an unsettling warning on his final Saturday night

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Trump was talked out of pardoning his kids, GOP lawmakers, report says