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Here's the latest for Friday November 20th: Biden wants Congress to pass emergency COVID aid; Trump meets Michigan GOP leaders, hopes to change election; WH disputes concerns about getting vaccine out; Sea level monitoring satellite set for launch. (Nov. 20)
 
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November is National Alzheimer's Awareness Month and National Caregiver Month. In the valley, nearly 50,000 Nevadans are living with Alzheimer's Disease.

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