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CDC Predicts Spike In Dangerous Neurological Disease Mainly Affecting Children
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Practice Updates Regarding CoronavirusCoronavirus Update In light of RECOMMENDATIONS from the ADA and the CDC, we’re briefly changing the manner in which our training works. We suggest that the..
CDC predicts up to 11,000 people will die every week this month from coronavirusThe coronavirus crisis in America is still out of control, and in many places, so are the crowds. The CDC predicts up to 11,000 people will die every week this..
CDC: 20,000 More US Deaths From COVID-19 In Next Three Weeks
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CDC: 44% of attendees at Georgia overnight camp test positive for COVID-19
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Worker's death highlights debate over liability shieldMike Jackson was working a mandatory overtime shift at a Wisconsin engine plant in May when a co-worker saw him slumped over at his station.
After Plummeting, the Virus Soars Back in the MidwestStates like Missouri, Illinois and Wisconsin are riding a frustrating seesaw during the pandemic, with new coronavirus cases rising again after apparent..
Banks are begging for spare change: How long coin shortage could lastThe COVID-19 coin shortage has many trying makeshift solutions, including a Wisconsin bank that temporarily offered bonus cash for coins.
Trump administration sends federal agents to three more citiesWashington, July 30 : The Donald Trump administration of the US has announced it’s sending federal agents to three more cities to deal with what it has called..
US senator from Wisconsin dodges VP pick questionU.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin isn't saying what her chances are to be picked as presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's running mate. (July 29)
A Nasty Pandemic Side Effect: Murder
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Dunkin' employee in Illinois arrested after state trooper finds mucus in coffeeA Dunkin' employee was arrested and fired after a state trooper in Chicago found what police said was mucus in his coffee.
Tammy Duckworth Is Nothing and Everything Like Joe BidenDespite their disparate backgrounds, the Illinois Democrat has carved out a public life most evocative of the man she could join on the presidential ticket.
Leaked police bodycam video of George Floyd's fatal arrest published for the first timeA Minnesota court is investigating how a British newspaper obtained police body-camera footage showing the arrest and death of George Floyd.
Minnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman, likely first-round NFL pick, opts out of the 2020 seasonMinnesota wide receiver Rashod Bateman, a projected first-round pick in the 2021 NFL draft, has opted out of playing in 2020 college football season.
Minnesota court investigates the leak of police video showing the fatal arrest of George FloydIn a newly leaked body camera video, George Floyd is heard pleading with officers to not shoot him or put him in the back of the squad car because he is..
Crowds attend Minn. rodeo, despite spectator limitThousands showed up for what is known as Minnesota's largest outdoor rodeo, packing the stands for the three-day event despite orders to limit crowds because of..
Mom's viral Facebook post about Indiana football player's COVID-19 issues serves as warningDebbie Rucker, the mother of Indiana freshman Brady Feeney, says the lineman could face heart issues after a long, tough battle with COVID-19.
An Indiana school reopened for students. There was a positive COVID-19 test on day one.It was the first time students in Greenfield, Indiana, had been back in schools since the pandemic closed them in March.
From 2002: Bill Geist on the road in IndianaAboard a well-appointed RV, “Sunday Morning” correspondent Bill Geist journeys to the Hoosier State, taking in such sights as white squirrels, the world’s..
Student, staffer test positive for COVID-19 at Indiana schoolsThe two cases were recorded just days after public schools around the state reopened their doors for the first time since March.
On the First Day of School, an Indiana Student Tests Positive for CoronavirusAs more schools abandon plans for in-person classes, one that opened in Indiana this week had to quarantine students within hours.
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