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NTSB investigates weekend aircraft crashes in Texas, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois that killed 10 people

USATODAY.com Monday, 21 September 2020
The NTSB is investigating deadly small plane crashes in Texas, Michigan and Indiana, and a fatal helicopter crash in Illinois over the weekend.
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Tampa native Michael Penix, Jr. leads Indiana to uncharted territory [Video]

Tampa native Michael Penix, Jr. leads Indiana to uncharted territory

Tampa Tech grad Michael Penix, Jr. isn't feeling the pressure of Indiana's historic start to the season. He and Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen still know there's plenty of work to be done.

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'It's not safe': States step in as COVID-19 surges [Video]

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The United States set a one-day record for new coronavirus cases on Wednesday with at least 102,591 new infections. Hospitals in several states reported a rising tide of patients. Emma Jehle reports.

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The first polls will close in parts of Indiana and Kentucky at 6 PM EST, with the rest closing at 7 PM EST.

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Michigan AD blasts ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit for suggesting Wolverines might try and avoid Ohio State

Michigan AD Warde Manuel said it was "ridiculous" for Kirk Herbstreit to suggest Wolverines might use COVID-19 as an excuse to not play Ohio State.

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Ex-Michigan State men's basketball star Keith Appling gets probation in drug case

Ex-MSU basketball star Keith Appling was sentenced to 18 months of probation in drug case in Michigan. Police said he had heroin in his car.

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ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit apologizes for suggesting Michigan 'could opt out' of playing Ohio State over coronavirus

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit says he misspoke suggesting Michigan could prevent Ohio State from qualifying for Big Ten title game.

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Michigan couple who did 'almost everything together' dies of COVID-19 at the same time

Their story is both romantic and tragic as more than 9,000 people have died from the coronavirus since March in Michigan.

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Michigan governor wants state-based stimulus plan

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer calls on the Michigan Legislature to pass an economic stimulus plan, arguing the state can't wait for the federal government to act (Dec...
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Texas Texas State of the United States of America

Austin Mayor Urges Residents To 'Stay Home' From Cabo Timeshare [Video]

Austin Mayor Urges Residents To 'Stay Home' From Cabo Timeshare

The mayor of Austin, Texas, told his constituents on a video call last month to 'stay home' and avoid unnecessary travel. The message was a bid to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus in the city and across Texas, as COVID-19 patients are already overwhelming hospitals. But according to Business Insider, Mayor Steve Adler, a Democrat, neglected to mention where he was when he filmed the public service announcement.

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Covid-19 coronavirus: Florida tops a million confirmed cases

Florida has joined Texas and California as American states surpassing one million confirmed Covid-19 cases.Its governor has vowed not to adopt any further..
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These four states have been hit hard by COVID-19 yet balked at strict mask mandates. What is it like to live there?

Here is a snapshot of life in Texas, Wyoming, Florida and South Dakota, all states with skyrocketing COVID-19 cases and lax restrictions.

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Florida could top 1 million Covid-19 cases by Tuesday [Video]

Florida could top 1 million Covid-19 cases by Tuesday

Florida is on track to surpass more than 1 million positive COVID-19 cases as early as Tuesday. Only Texas and California match the infection rate.

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McConaughey plays virtual bingo with seniors

"As Matthew would say, let's turn this red light into a green light!" the Texas senior living facility said
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Illinois Illinois State in the midwestern United States

"We exploded the curve": How a Chicago jail slashed its COVID-19 cases

With more than 5,000 inmates, Chicago's Cook County jail was once one of the worst coronavirus hotspots in the country. Before the state of Illinois grappled..
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Ohio State vs. Illinois football game canceled amid more positive COVID-19 tests

Ohio State canceled the game at Illinois after further positive tests for COVID-19 were discovered after a round of PCR testing Friday afternoon.

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Ohio State coach Ryan Day tests positive for COVID-19 and will miss Illinois game

Ohio State coach Ryan Day will not be on the sideline when his team faces Illinois on Saturday after testing positive for COVID-19.

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Millions of US Facebook users pass on US$650mil privacy jackpot

Facebook Inc will be making payouts to only about a quarter of the six million Illinois residents eligible for the biggest consumer privacy settlement in US..
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Poems of Gratitude From Illinois

The New York Times asked poets laureate from across the country what the people in their states had to be thankful for in this difficult year.
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