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North Carolina field hospital helps fight coronavirus surge

Nurse Chris Rutledge suits up in personal protective equipment before entering the patient wards of a COVID-19 field hospital, Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, in Lenoir, N.C. Rutledge works for Samaritan’s Purse, the international Christian relief organization which built the temporary facility to take pressure off local hospitals overwhelmed with coronavirus cases. (AP Photo/Sarah Blake Morgan) LENOIR, N.C. (AP) — A temporary field hospital in North Carolina is easing the burden on medical facilities overwhelmed

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North Carolina field hospital helps fight coronavirus surge

Biden To Implement Travel Restrictions To Combat New Coronavirus Variants

Subscribe To WPR Newsletters President Biden is expected to sign off on new travel restrictions on non-U.S. travelers from South Africa, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Ireland and 26 countries in Europe. Bloomberg via Getty Images Keep updated on the latest news and information. Sign up now! Morning Top Headlines Afternoon Top Headlines

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Biden To Implement Travel Restrictions To Combat New Coronavirus Variants

Car slid off Youngstown highway Sunday night

The Madison Avenue Expressway has been the scene of several crashes within the past two weeks Posted: Jan 25, 2021 / 04:37 AM EST Updated: Jan 25, 2021 / 04:37 AM EST WKBN YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Youngstown police responded to a crash on the Madison Avenue Expressway Sunday night. A car slid off the highway near the Albert Street exit around 10 p.m. Police said no one in the car seemed to be hurt. Traffic investigators aren’t sure how it happened. The expressway has been the scene of several crashes,

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Car slid off Youngstown highway Sunday night

Wildcats hold off CSW comeback

CANTON — Things looked pretty solid for the Moundridge Wildcat boys’ basketball team after a 20-8 second quarter in the championship game of the Canton-Galva Invitational, but the Classical School of Wichita replied with a 16-5 third quarter before falling 55-45 Saturday night in Canton. “Coming out in the third quarter, we got a little complacent,” Moundridge coach Vance Unrau said. “They put a 6-0 run on us and all of a sudden, it was ‘game on’ again. The guys can’t do that. The guys got soft.

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Wildcats hold off CSW comeback

Defense pace Sedgwick to win over Eagles

CANTON — Sedgwick High School boys’ basketball coach Darren Crumrine was pretty succinct when asked about his team’s 20-5 third quarter, which led to a 62-47 win over Canton-Galva in the third-place game of the Canton-Galva Invitational. “We decided to guard,” Crumrine said. “In the first half, we were almost in the right spot, but we were a half-second too late. In the second half, we turned up the pressure and we finished possessions with rebounds. Once we made our run, we were really good on the

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Defense pace Sedgwick to win over Eagles

New Airline Rises from the Ashes of Cathay Dragon’s Demise

What’s new: Greater Bay Airlines, a new Hong Kong-based airline still in formation, is seeking approval from Hong Kong’s Air Transport Licensing Authority to fly over a hundred routes between Hong Kong and the Asia-Pacific, in a bid to fill the demand left by the demise of Cathay Dragon. According to a notice from the licensing authority, the 104 routes that the airline is applying for would be used by aircraft carrying passengers, transporting freight and delivering mail. The spate of applications covers

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New Airline Rises from the Ashes of Cathay Dragon’s Demise

In Depth: Pandemic Demand, Smartphone Shuffle Put Squeeze on Global Chipmakers

High-tech veteran Guo Ming first noticed that change might be brewing in the highly cyclical sector for microchips in last year’s third quarter. His company, a midsize Chinese manufacturer of display driver integrated circuits, was a typical industry player, designing its own chips and using third-party partners to manufacture them. Realizing supplies were tightening, he quickly negotiated with his company’s Taiwan partner to secure the manufacturing capacity he would need through 2021. But the partner also

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In Depth: Pandemic Demand, Smartphone Shuffle Put Squeeze on Global Chipmakers

Ford Confirms Mustang Mach-E California Route 1 Is Most Efficient But Not Priciest Trim

The Mustang Mach-E California Route 1 trim will be deployed with an EPA rating of 305 miles driving range and Ford said the model will prove to the most efficient of the Mustang SUVs to roll out. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Craig James) Ford is now in the process of delivering the Mustang Mach-E SUV but for those who are still on the fence, the latest EPA rating could finally convince them to make the buy decision. The electric crossover can go beyond 300 miles on a single charge and this is for the California

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Ford Confirms Mustang Mach-E California Route 1 Is Most Efficient But Not Priciest Trim

UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis goes viral for routine honouring Black culture

The UCLA gymnastics team is renowned for its impressive students, whose routines often go viral on social media. Now, rising gymnast Nia Dennis, who previously made headlines for her Beyoncé-themed floor routine, has garnered widespread praise for her latest routine dedicated to celebrating black culture. In the routine, Dennis opens by performing to Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA" and goes on to see her flipping and dancing to music by Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, Soulja Boy, Megan Thee Stallion and Tupac Shakur. Speaking

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UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis goes viral for routine honouring Black culture

Letter: Without lawsuit, there wouldn’t be any payouts

I lost my online sales business and personal belongings. After the first payout, when I heard that the insurance companies where paid a second time, after being paid premiums by the customers who have suffered substantial hardship and loss. I for one cannot understand for the life of me how or why the insurance companies got anything at all. Just because there happens to be huge disaster the sum of which amounts to huge payouts does not mean that those who are responsible for anybody receiving anything at all,

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Letter: Without lawsuit, there wouldn’t be any payouts

Mayors dispute condition of firefighting vehicles

Firefighter services in the Twin City area are aflame with controversy. The issues involve the city of Uhrichsville, the village of Dennison and Mill and Union Townships regarding the condition of three vehicles. It’s reached the point that Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s officers have been asked to investigate regarding interruption of public services and criminal mischief. “Dennison officials have requested that we investigate the circumstances regarding the radios being removed from the three vehicles,”

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Mayors dispute condition of firefighting vehicles

Death notices for Monday, Jan. 25

Beagle, Helen:, 92, of Barneveld . Arrangements by Ackley-Mills Funeral Home, Remsen. Babcock, Walter H.:, 85, of Herkimer, died January 23, 2021. Arrangements by Mohawk Valley Funeral and Cremations, Little Falls. Davis, Frank:, 87, of Utica, died January 20, 2021. Arrangements by McGrath, Myslinski, Karboski & Nunn Funeral Directors, Utica. Davis, Hugh Thomas "Tom", Jr.:, 82, of Morrisville, died January 20, 2021. Arrangements by Burgess & Tedesco Funeral Home, Morrisville. Emery, Douglas M.:, 63, of the

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Death notices for Monday, Jan. 25

What you need to know for Monday, Jan. 25, 2021

Good morning Tampa Bay! TAMPA, Fla — Good morning Tampa Bay! Or should we say "Champa-Bay"? Let's get your week started with the stories you need to know about. Making history 🏈 It’s official! The Buccaneers and Chiefs are Super Bowl LV bound as the two teams make their way to Tampa Bay. The matchup comes after each team won their respective conference championships Sunday night. This will be the first time ever a team will play at their home stadium for the Super Bowl. Who will come out on top as

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What you need to know for Monday, Jan. 25, 2021

Protest erupts over police car driving through crowd

1of20A trash can burns as people take part in a protest against police brutality, late Sunday, Jan. 24, 2021, in downtown Tacoma, Wash., south of Seattle. The protest came a day after at least two people were injured when a Tacoma Police officer responding to a report of a street race drove his car through a crowd of pedestrians that had gathered around him. Several people were knocked to the ground and at least one person was run over.Show MoreShow Less 2of20A car drives near burning trash and a COVID-19 mask

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Protest erupts over police car driving through crowd

New MagSafe And iPhone 12 Details Confirm Pacemaker Risk: Apple Updates Support Document With Warning

A new update in Apple's support document includes details on how using iPhone 12 and MagSafe can affect the normal functions of a pacemaker, posing a serious risk to patients. (Photo: Daniel Romero/Unsplash(BY CC 2.0)) A new update in Apple's support document includes details on how using iPhone 12 and MagSafe can affect the normal functions of a pacemaker, posing a serious risk to patients. Apple, in a new support update, stated that using iPhone 12 and MagSafe might pose a serious risk to patients with pacemakers.

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New MagSafe And iPhone 12 Details Confirm Pacemaker Risk: Apple Updates Support Document With Warning

Pawan Adamant On Tirupati LS Seat?

Contrary to the talk that power star and Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan has surrendered to the Bharatiya Janata Party completely, latest reports indicate that he has started asserting his position in the alliance. The Jana Sena chief is learnt to have put his foot down firmly to the claim of the BJP for the Tirupati Lok Sabha seat, byelections for which are scheduled to be held in a few weeks. At a meeting held between him and senior BJP leaders like party national general secretary Daggubati Purandeshwari,

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Pawan Adamant On Tirupati LS Seat?

People moves: Mediolanum Int'l Funds appoints head of multi-manager

European asset management platform of Mediolanum Banking Group, Mediolanum International Funds Ltd (MIFL), has appointed Bish Limbu as its new head of its Multi-Manager Function. Based in Dublin, Limbu will report to Christophe Jaubert, MIFL's chief investment officer. Limbu will manage a team of Portfolio Managers covering Multi-Manager Equity, Fixed income and multi asset strategies, as well as the manager research team headed by Inma Conde. He will also be responsible for scouting and developing investment

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People moves: Mediolanum Int'l Funds appoints head of multi-manager

1 critically injured in northeast side shooting

Photo of the scene of a shooting on the northeast side on Jan. 25, 2021. (WISH Photo/Kevin Ratermann) Posted: Jan 25, 2021 / 04:33 AM EST / Updated: Jan 25, 2021 / 04:33 AM EST INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – One person has been critically injured in shooting on the city’s northeast side, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Before 2:30 a.m., officers were called to the 11000 block of Redskin Place for a person shot report. After arriving on the scene, officers found someone in a parking lot

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1 critically injured in northeast side shooting

Mother admits disabled son killing in lockdown

By Press Association 2021 Court artist sketch by Elizabeth Cook of Olga Freeman (Elizabeth Cook/PA) A mother has admitted killing her disabled 10-year-old boy after suffering a mental breakdown while struggling to care for him during the lockdown. Olga Freeman, 40, was charged with the murder of Dylan Freeman, who was found dead at their home in Cumberland Park, Acton, west London, on August 15 last year. The boy was found in the master bedroom of the house lying on his back covered by a duvet with parts of

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Mother admits disabled son killing in lockdown