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Iranian-Americans in SF protest Islamic leadership after woman dies from hijab

Mitra Guerin left Iran in 1973, before the Islamic Revolution, which overthrew the Shah of Iran and replaced him with a theocracy. She has not returned since. “I don’t want to wear a headscarf,” Guerin said of Iran’s hijab law, which requires women to cover their hair and wear loose …

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“Google Voice Scam” Targeting People Selling Items Online

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – If you’ve tried to sell anything online, you know there are a lot of scammers out there looking to take your money. But one of the biggest scams isn’t after your money, it’s after your identity. This can happen when you post an item for sale …

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Westchester mobilizes to help Puerto Ricans after hurricane

Sep 20, 2022, 12:41 a.m.Updated 43 months ago By: Jonathan Gordon Westchester County is stepping up to help the people of Puerto Rico once again after the island suffered catastrophic damage from Hurricane Fiona this weekend. Help was quick and came from all levels of government and local organizations. It’s …

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Four people die after two small planes crash over Boulder County

At least four people were killed Saturday morning when two small planes collided in the air over Boulder County and then crashed. The Federal Aviation Administration said a single-engine Cessna 172 collided with a second, unknown plane around 9 a.m. near Vance Brand Airport in Longmont. The FAA said two …

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‘Improved shelter’ to accommodate 150 people at the ‘SODO Services Hub’

King County has released an update on plans for its “SODO Service Center,” which will be located near the current site of a 270-bed shelter operated by the Salvation Army. SEATTLE — King County confirms more details about current plans for a “SODO service center” for 150 homeless Washingtonians. The …

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Program in North Omaha helps people cope with grief

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – A program in North Omaha is helping people cope with any loss or grief in their lives. The Church Village of North Omaha is about to begin its second session of “GriefShare”. This is a completely free 13-week program that allows community members to come together …

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Sen. Tester defends Biden’s anti-MAGA speech, says president was referring to people who support ‘violence’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Democratic Montana Sen. Jon Tester defended President Joe Biden’s anti-MAGA speech earlier this month, saying the president rails against Republicans who think “violence is a way to solve problems,” not all supporters of former President Donald Trump. “I live in north-central Montana. …

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Kiwi Farms made the internet safer for trans people

I remember how I felt the first time I was doxed. As if all my nerve endings were directly touching an electric fence as anxiety raced through my body. It was there: my new legal name, my pre-transition name, address and phone number, right there on a website. There were …

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North Texas church that called for gay executions won’t be kicked out

A Watauga church that has repeatedly called for the execution of gay people will not be evicted from its building. Stedfast Baptist Church has reached a settlement with its landlord ahead of an eviction hearing scheduled for Wednesday morning in Tarrant County. Church attorney R. David Weaver said church and …

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More people concerned about climate change than we think

Happy Monday and welcome to another edition of Beyond The Forecast! Climate change is one of the hottest topics in our world right now. By a new study in the scientific journal Nature Communicationmost Americans (65%, to be exact) and Virginians (68%) are concerned about climate change. What I found …

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More people will travel this Labor Day weekend

“After two years of pandemic restrictions and shutdowns, people really have this desire to get out,” said AAA’s Doug Shupe. SAN DIEGO — Millions hit the road, as well as the airport for Labor Day weekend. A recent AAA poll found that 32% of people plan to travel in the …

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At Schapiro Northwestern Academy, young people with big dreams

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot ‘8 PM joined members of the community at Abbott Hall on the Northwestern Chicago campus to celebrate the grand opening of the Morton Schapiro Northwestern Academy for Chicago Public Schools, which provided mentoring and college readiness resources to hundreds of CPS students. The academy is a …

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The pandemic has changed people where to work

As more companies impose back-to-work mandates, some people are wondering what it means to present themselves as themselves August 27, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. EDT Comment this story Comment Illustrated by Katty Huertas. Every Monday, Charlotte Ward comes to work with two pairs of metallic hoops. For the 41-year-old engineering …

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Mt. Oliver man charged with pistol whipping 2 people in Clairton

A Mt. Oliver man has been arrested by Allegheny County police in connection with the assault of two people Monday night in Clairton. Clairton Police asked the county to help after officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 1100 block of Marion Circle shortly after 9:30 p.m. …

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A group of people brawl with 7-Eleven Clerks near Imperial Beach – NBC 7 San Diego

He sighed as he watched the security video again. Jason Habib shuddered as someone hit his employee in the head. Habib owns 7-Eleven and the Shell gas station on Palm Avenue in Egger Highlands, near Imperial Beach. He said shortly after midnight on August 17, a group of eight people …

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More sick people in Austrian epidemics in 2021

The number of foodborne outbreaks in Austria was stable in 2021, but more people were sick there compared to the previous year, according to recently released statistics. The Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety (AGES) reported 20 outbreaks last year, compared to 21 in 2020. However, 92 people were …

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Springfield lawyers aim to help people clear their criminal records

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – The “Clean Slate” program, organized by the Springfield Metro Bar Association, aims to help people clear their criminal records. In 2018, Missouri changed laws increasing the number of criminal offenses that can be expunged or expunged from a person’s record. It went from 13 qualifying offenses …

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Researchers explore how people adapt to virtual reality cybersickness • News Service • Iowa State University

Taylor Doty, Ph.D. psychology and human-computer interaction student, wears a VR headset at Iowa State, 2022. Bigger picture. Christopher Gannon/Iowa State University. AMES, IA – While virtual reality has been around for decades, a combination of higher-resolution graphics, smoother tracking of user movements, and cheaper, sleeker headsets have propelled immersive …

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African bishops lament failure to stop young people from leaving

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon — Amid the din of Yaoundé traffic, thousands of young people roam various offices, documents in hand, looking for jobs. As frustration sets in, many see a future beyond the country’s shores. This is how Jannet left Cameroon two years ago. A recruiter told her she would have …

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31 people injured during a ride at Legoland in Germany, police say

Dozens of people were injured during a ride at an amusement park in Germany on Thursday, police said. The incident happened at a Legoland park in Günzburg in Bavaria shortly before 2 p.m. local time when two roller coaster trains collided, local police said in a statement. The accident happened …

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9 people killed in the Outre-Rhin on Sunday night; suspect not in custody

At least nine people were shot in a mass shooting in Over-the-Rhine on Sunday. Cincinnati police say it happened at the corner of 13th and Main streets around 1:30 a.m. Police say this is where a person fired into a crowd outside a bar Officials said a police officer discharged …

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Fauci warns people ‘are going to get in trouble’ with Covid if they’re not up to date on vaccines

Comment this story Comment More than two years into the coronavirus pandemic, Anthony S. Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said he understands people are exhausted, but urges those who aren’t up to date on the vaccines to get vaccinated – this time, as the latest omicron sub-variant, BA.5, …

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People in the News: Elly Piatt, McConnell Intern; police rookie, navy seaman, CEO of Learning Grove

Elly Piatt of Villa Hills interned this summer for Republican U.S. Senate Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in his office in Washington, DC. She is a senior at the University of Kentucky and is majoring in political science and economics. Senator McConnell and Elly Piatt “Since graduating from high school, my …

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The program teaches young people about the history of the black riders

Ahesahmahk Dahn is a black rider; it has been for decades. Perception of Cowboy culture has long been shaped by Hollywood depictions of white men on horseback, but Dahn is part of a tradition that dates back centuries. To continue this tradition, he teaches black children about horseback riding and …

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Exclusive: NHS will use AI to identify people at higher risk of hepatitis C | Hepatitis C

The NHS is to use artificial intelligence to detect, screen and treat those at risk of hepatitis C as part of plans to eradicate the disease by 2030. Hepatitis C often has no noticeable symptoms until the liver has been severely damaged, meaning thousands of people live with the infection …

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8 people indicted by federal grand jury for alleged involvement in money laundering ring, DA says

Eight people were indicted today by a grand jury in Boston for allegedly laundering money and passing tens of millions of dollars in drug proceeds, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts said. Additionally, the US attorney alleges that the eight people used or stole fraudulent gift cards to …

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Financial security remains elusive for many people with disabilities

Comment this story Comment Sometimes people talk to Aaron Kaufman like he’s a kid. Their voices rise and they slow down their words to make sure he understands them. “Are you helping mom get some bread today?” a grocery store employee once asked him. At the time, Kaufman was in …

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More than 370 people enroll in trades courses through the “What’s Next” program

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) — A new job training program at Newport News is helping people double their salaries while preparing them for the future. The “What’s Next” program provides free training for a number of commercial jobs. All you have to do is show up in person and register. …

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Oak Fire near Yosemite National Park burns nearly 12,000 acres

Comment this story Comment About 6,000 people have been ordered to evacuate due to a wildfire burning thousands of acres near Yosemite National Park and defying firefighters working to put out the flames. The Oak Fire began Friday afternoon and by Saturday night had burned nearly 12,000 acres outside of …

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People are looking for ways to beat the heat – NBC Connecticut

NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologists predict a period of extreme heat with humidity for the next few days. This week’s temperatures will likely bring about the first heat wave of this summer. Given the forecast, people spent time on the Connecticut coastline on Tuesday looking for ways to beat the …

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Depression, other mental health comorbidities common in people with UD

A systematic review shows that up to one-third of people with opioid use disorder have co-occurring depression and one-third will experience antisocial personality disorder in their lifetime. According to a new systematic review, more than a third of people with opioid use disorder (OUD) also have depression, and nearly 3 …

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SMARM sees an increase in the number of people in need of housing

SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministries SMARM said it has doubled the number of people seeking help finding affordable housing. “We had a couple on a couch here cuddling when the dumpsters were emptied and slept through it,” said Ryan Huskey, executive director of SMARM. He said …

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The world is expected to reach 8 billion people on November 15, 2022

New York, July 11. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The world’s population is expected to reach 8 billion on November 15, 2022, according to the World Population Prospects 2022, released today by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Reaching this milestone is both a cause for celebration and …

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State Department pursues ‘people-to-people’ diplomacy through video games

Comment this story Comment The United States government’s highest foray into video game diplomacy concluded its first school year last month. A total of 450 students from the United States, Israel, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain participated in the 10-week program, Game Exchange, completing a total of 170 new video …

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California VEBA schools honored as ‘2030 Healthy People Champions’

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–California Schools VEBA has been recognized by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as a Healthy People 2030 Champion. As a Healthy People 2030 champion, federal officials say VEBA has demonstrated its commitment to helping …

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Multiple people charged after deputies raid NC home linked to drug deal

MACON COUNTY, NC (FOX Carolina) — The Macon County Sheriff’s Office said several suspects have been charged following an extensive drug investigation by deputies. Deputies said they worked with the Franklin Police Department to conduct an early morning raid on July 1, 2022. At a pre-raid briefing, MPs were told …

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Migrant deaths in San Antonio: 4 people charged in Texas trailer smuggling operation that left 53 dead

The migrants were found in sweltering conditions inside a tractor-trailer in San Antonio on Monday after an employee at a nearby building heard calls for help. More than a dozen people were found alive inside the tractor-trailer and hospitalized with heat-related conditions, according to San Antonio authorities. Homero Zamorano Jr., …

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California fights inflation by sending free money to people

California’s political leaders’ latest plan to fight inflation is to flood the state with free money. Late Sunday night, Governor Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, announced that he and state legislature leaders had agreed to a budget deal that would send “inflation relief” checks of up to $1,050. dollars to 23 …

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I’m a woman who started growing a beard – people call me a “monster”

A woman who started growing a beard aged 11 says that even though she was called a “monster”, she has no regrets. Morgan Coleman, 26, who has spent years battling hair growth, has now decided to ditch the razor and embrace his red beard. She first spotted the unusual hair …

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Crows attack people in Hermosa Beach – NBC Los Angeles

Residents of Hermosa Beach are reporting an unusual problem at a popular park they are being attacked by crows. The birds make their home in the trees of Noble Park and are very territorial, preying on people and their dogs. “They just come out of the trees and dive-bomb you …

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Here’s why Larry Summers wants 10 million people to lose their jobs

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers has said higher unemployment is needed to rein in inflation, which Federal Reserve policymakers say isn’t necessary for price growth to continue. cool down. According to Bloomberg News, Summers said in a speech in London on Monday that a sustained period of rising unemployment …

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Florida Marine unit rescues 11 people from boat off Tampa Bay’s Beer Can Island

On Sunday, Florida law enforcement rescued 11 people from an overturned boat off Tampa Bay’s Beer Can Island. Hillsborough County Sheriff’s officials received a call around 5:24 p.m. about several people stuck in the water. The Hillsborough Sheriff’s Marine Unit arrived by air and sea to discover the boaters, which …

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LGBTQI+ people: writing history through history

Members of the LGBTQI+ community in the United States and around the world have established an impressive legacy in the fields of art, history, literature, math, science, and politics. Over the years, LGBTQI+ personalities have taken significant risks to enter and succeed in competitive fields, knowing that their identity could …

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AutoLeap wins 2022 People’s Stevie® Award for Favorite New Cloud Service/App

Toronto, June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Toronto, Ontario – AutoLeap, an all-in-one automotive repair shop software, was named People’s Choice Stevie® Award winner for Favorite New Product at the 20th Annual American Business Awards®. The People’s Stevie Awards for Favorite New Products are a feature of the American Business …

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People brave the heat for LA Pride

Despite soaring temperatures on Saturday afternoon, there was no shortage of people in attendance for LA Pride’s Pride in the Park event. As the thermometer neared triple digits on Saturday, people braved the heat at Los Angeles State Historic Park to enjoy food, drink and entertainment as part of LA …

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Long wait for justice: People in prison face delays in receiving mental health care before they can stand trial

Beau Hampton’s long wait for psychiatric treatment began last year, after he was accused of assaulting his adoptive father and charged with a misdemeanor. Hampton, 18, who has a long history of mental illness, spent four months in jail in east Atlanta while waiting for an expert to assess whether …

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People in your neighborhood: La Jollan Mark Laska brings environmental consulting into a “new era”

La Jolla resident Mark Laska has a unique eye for the environment, helping businesses address green issues and earning accolades for his efforts. Laska founded the consultancy Great Ecology 20 years ago to “bring higher ecological thinking to mainstream governments and businesses”, he said. “We are also trying to fix …

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San Diego Mayor to the Homeless: Leave the Encampments or Face the Consequences

SAN DIEGO- San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria on Monday pleaded with homeless people living in downtown roadside encampments to accept offers of accommodation, warning there would be consequences for those who refuse to ugly. As the city steps up enforcement against sidewalk encroachment, Gloria said those consequences could include arrests …

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Marin’s gun buyback draws bigger than expected as national gun debate heats up

The national gun debate continues to swell following the recent massacre of 19 school children and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas – and as mass shootings continue in communities across the country, seemingly unabated. In the Bay Area, a gun buyback organized by Marin County on Saturday drew a surprising …

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5 people found murdered in a house near the site where an inmate escaped near Centerville

CENTREVILLE, TX (KBTX) – 8:00 PM UPDATE: A spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety told KBTX that five people were found murdered in Leon County, near the area where escaped inmate Gonzalo Lopez was last seen in May. A large law enforcement presence is in the area, including …

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A cafe empowers and employs people with disabilities

Only 19% of people with disabilities are employed, compared to about 64% of others. The Bitty & Beau’s Coffee founder believes that if her employees are seen, stereotypes will be shattered. She wants a global operation, so that “people around the world…see people with disabilities differently.” WASHINGTON — Brendan O’Donnell, …

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People with monkeypox can self-isolate at home – UKHSA

A woman holds a mock-up vial labeled “Monkey pox vaccine” and a medical syringe in this illustration taken May 25, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register LONDON, May 30 (Reuters) – People infected with monkeypox can self-isolate at home if they stay well …

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Will high gas prices impact the number of people traveling this Memorial Day weekend?

CRIVITZ, Wis. (WFRV) – The unofficial start of summer kicks off with Memorial Day weekend. Local 5 News wondered if high gas prices across Wisconsin will deter people from traveling this weekend. Safe Sailing Reminders for a Busy Holiday Weekend According to the American Automobile Association (AAA) website, the average …

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COVID hospitalizations on the rise, but fewer people needing intensive care, vents

For the first time during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are seeing an increase in hospitalizations without a corresponding spike in intensive care and ventilator use. Experts say the decoupling is likely because antiviral treatments like Paxlovid and Molnupiravir are more widely available and preventing people from getting seriously ill. In …

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Monkeypox: US in process of releasing vaccine from national stockpile for ‘high risk’ people, CDC says

“I can report that there has been a request to release the Jynneos vaccine from the national stockpile for some of the high risk contacts of some of the early patients, so this is actively happening right now,” said Dr Jennifer McQuiston, assistant. director of the Division of High Consequence …

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High-speed crash after police chase kills 2 in Sacramento

High-speed crash after police chase kills 2 in Sacramento Updated: 10:07 a.m. PDT May 22, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript BE SURE TO CUT INTO THIS NEWSTEL AND KEEP UPDATED TOO. TURNING NOW WRECKAGE AT A SOUTH SACRAMENTO INTERSECTION, LEFT TWO PEOPLE DEAD, ANOTHER PERSON RECOVERING IN HOSPITAL. THE SCENE …

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3 people jump out the window to escape the fire

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – A large fire burned down an apartment complex in Antioch on Friday morning. According to the Nashville Fire Department, two companies were rushed to apartments in Dover Glen in Antioch and came ablaze in one of the buildings. The fire broke out around 4 a.m. Friday. …

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The Buffalo shooter let some people see shots just before the attack

Shortly before opening fire, the white gunman accused of killing 10 black people at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, allowed a small group of people to see his detailed plans for the attack, which he had been chronicling for months in a private, online. diary. Discord, the chat platform …

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Hatred of Taiwanese led to attack on church, authorities say: NPR

A K-9 unit from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department checks the grounds of the Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods, Calif., on Sunday after a fatal shooting. Damien Dovarganes/AP hide caption toggle caption Damien Dovarganes/AP A K-9 unit from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department checks the grounds of the Geneva …

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Coffee Shop in Auburn to hire people with special needs | Alabama News

By ANSLEY FRANCO, Opelika-Auburn News AUBURN, Ala. (AP) – Bitty and Beau’s cafe will open in Auburn in July and is looking to hire 25 employees. The North Carolina-based company proudly employs people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. “I honestly cried when I read we had a place like this,” …

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Three arrested in quadruple shootings in east Detroit

DETROIT – Police say they have made arrests in a shooting that injured four people, including teenagers on East side of Detroit. These were mostly teenagers involved last Monday (May 9); barely three days later, the Detroit Police Department think they arrested some of the people who pulled the trigger …

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Colorado will ensure people conceived through egg or sperm donation can find their donors in the future

Starting in 2025, Colorado will no longer allow anonymous sperm and egg donations, under a bill that sponsors say is the first of its kind in the nation. Lawmakers approved Senate Bill 224 on Tuesday evening. He’s now headed to the governor’s office — unless he vetoes it, the bill …

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Red Cross provides heat safety tips for people and pets

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Red Cross has heat safety tips on how Oklahomans can protect themselves and their pets as summer approaches and temperatures rise. KFOR’s 4 Warn forecast shows temperatures climbing into the 90s on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. 4 Warning forecast Excessive heat is the leading cause …

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3 people reportedly killed in attack in Israel: latest updates

Video Two assailants armed with a rifle and an ax attacked passers-by in the Israeli town of Elad. The attack came after a wave of violence by Arab assailants who had already killed 14 people in Israel since March.CreditCredit…Ammar Awad/Reuters JERUSALEM — Two assailants armed with axes attacked bystanders in …

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Catalytic converter thefts affect Bend residents; growing national problem

Catalytic converters contain rare and very expensive metals Update: (Added video, comments from Schnitzer Steel Plant Operations Manager Scott Doyle) BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — People living in various cornering areas, including Larkspur, Boyd Acres and Orchard District, announced on social media that they had had their catalytic converters stolen just …

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“I can sing Wuthering Heights so perfectly it makes people slack-jawed”: Peaches’ honest playlist | Peaches

The first song I remember hearingThree Dog Night’s Joy to the World on the radio in the family car. It came out in 1971, so we should have driven from our house to our little cabin north of Toronto. This song seemed to play on the radio every two minutes, …

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Philadelphia police are investigating multiple shootings that injured at least 5, authorities say

article PHILADELPHIA CREAM – Philadelphia police are investigating multiple shootings that left at least five people injured Friday night and Saturday. The city is no stranger to increases in weekend violence compared to weekdays, with recent weekends seeing several violent and fatal shootings. At least 20 people were shot and …

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Scientists send lab-made bacon to people with red meat allergies for study

Medicinal bacon? It’s not bullshit. The same lab that genetically modified pigs to grow organs for human transplantation has also become an unexpected supplier of pork products, especially for people with a mysterious tick-borne red meat allergy. . With Epi-pens at their fingertips, several patients have already tested the free, …

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Slaves and the birth of epidemiology

An 18th century engraving shows how a ship carried over 600 slaves.Credit: Private Collection/AF Fotografie/Alamy Diseases of Empire: How Colonialism, Slavery and War Transformed Medicine Jim Downs Belknap (2021) “History performs a social task,” wrote George Rosen in his classic 1958 book A history of public health. “It can be …

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Chevrolet Traverse is an iconic 7-passenger people-carrying machine – Saratogian

When it comes to moving people, there are all sorts of options in the large SUV market. From economy class to the premium luxury SUV category, the options are endless. In Grasso’s garage this week, Chevrolet wants a slice of the overhaul pie, with its mid-priced mover, the Chevrolet Traverse. …

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About 200 people have returned to Greensboro thanks to the city’s Project Boomerang initiative

GREENSBORO, NC (WGHP) – It’s not a matter of if but when for hundreds of Greensboro natives who have begun to rediscover their love for the Gate City after spending years living in another city. GREENSBORO: Keep up to date with the latest local news in your city. Since late …

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New Anti-Obesity Drugs Are Helping People Shed Pounds, But Must Be Taken Lifelong

People who see endocrinologist Domenica Rubino have repeatedly tried to lose weight. Diets of all kinds. Exercise regimens. Health tracking apps. Some turned to gastric bypass surgery, lost tens of pounds but then gained them back. Many patients have medical problems related to severe obesity, including diabetes, fatty liver disease, …

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Police Arrest Suspect in South Carolina Mall Shooting: NPR

People walk through a parking lot at the Columbiana Center mall in Columbia, South Carolina, on Saturday as police investigate a shooting at the mall. Justin Smith via AP hide caption toggle caption Justin Smith via AP People walk through a parking lot at the Columbiana Center mall in Columbia, …

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‘Terrifying’: North Carolina amusement park ride stops mid-air with people on board

It was a weekend for Alexcia Powell, Brittany Gilliard and her family at a North Carolina amusement park to spend some family time. But a relaxing day turned into a stressful day as people watched the Electro-Spin ride get stuck in the air at Carowinds, a 407-acre amusement park in …

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Police name man suspected of shooting three people outside bar in downtown Spokane early Saturday morning

Johnathan R. Love is the man who police say shot and killed three people early Saturday morning outside a bar in downtown Spokane. Prosecutors charged Love, 29, who appeared in court Monday via video from the Spokane County Jail. Dressed in yellow-green prison clothes, with short black hair and a …

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A driver fleeing a traffic stop strikes several people, including a child and a CPD officer in River North

CHICAGO (SCS) — A driver pulling away from a traffic stop struck several people, including a child and a police officer, in Chicago’s River North neighborhood on Saturday night. According to the Chicago Police Department, a police sergeant stopped the driver of a red Hyundai near Grand Avenue and North …

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I-77 tolls generated $35 million in 2021 as people returned to office

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) — The I-77 toll lanes were a major pain point in the community when they opened in 2019. Almost three years later, they’re making big money. Toll Lanes nearly doubled in revenue in 2021 compared to 2020. In the fourth quarter of 2021 alone, Toll Lanes brought …

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Young people are the biggest “techno-optimists”

More than one in four young American adults are investing in cryptocurrency – and it’s those under 25 who express the most enthusiasm for everything from electric vehicles to smart home technology, according to an Axios survey- Moments. The poll was conducted in conjunction with Axios’ first What’s Next Summit …

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Bridgerton Season 2, Our Flag Means Death, and X Agree: Let People Have Sex

In December 2020, Netflix viewers encountered the first season of Bridgerton with open arms and a tremendous amount of pent up desire. A few waves of COVID-19 variants later, the new season 2 joins a chorus of other shows and movies focused on the happy freedom to do so – …

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The Dunedin Study at 50: A Landmark Experience Followed 1,000 People From Birth | New Zealand

In 1972, a researcher in a small town in lower New Zealand set out to follow the development of more than 1,000 newborn babies and their health and behavior at the age of three, without realizing as over the next 50 years the research would grow into one of the …

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How to help people understand the complexity of mental health

Khajaun Ewing, 18, poses near the Class of 2022 graduation board in the halls of Benny Benson High School in Anchorage. Benny Benson is a credit recovery program in the Anchorage School District. (Anne Hillman/Alaska Public Media) Eighteen-year-old Khajaun Ewing sat in his school counselor’s office at Benny Benson High …

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Students Demand Climate Action From UMich, Demand University Place ‘People Over Profit’

More than 100 students gathered on the Friday afternoon of Diag in a global climate strike organized by Fridays for Future, a youth-led organization dedicated to fighting climate change. The theme of Friday’s strike was “People Before Profit” and speakers called for climate action centered on social justice. The event …

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9 people charged with running a statewide retail theft ring

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Nine people have been arrested and charged for allegedly organizing a retail theft ring across California, Attorney General Rob Bonta announced Friday. The suspects are accused of stealing items from major retail stores. According to the attorney general, the criminal organization operated in Los Angeles, Alameda, Fresno, …

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People are raising funds to support the wounded officer of Bonne Terre

All proceeds from Bullpen Sports Grill from Wednesday night will be donated to Worley while he recovers from being shot in the line of duty. PARK HILLS, Mo. — Outside the Bullpen Sports Grill you’ll see a blue line around the logo, and inside you’ll find all the people who …

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Verato Announces New Leadership Position to Foster a People-Centered Culture of Innovation and Growth

MCLEAN, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Verato, the healthcare identity expert, has announced an addition to its leadership team with the appointment of Paige Lisk to the new position of Chief People Officer. In this new role, Lisk will optimize all people-centric activities and lead important initiatives that will impact organizational growth and ongoing …

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Ask Amy: Vegetarian friend uses social media to criticize people who eat meat

dear Amy: I have a friend who recently decided to become a vegetarian/vegan. She now shares posts via email and Facebook calling people who eat meat “depraved”, “confused” and “unethical”. There was even an article accusing meat eaters of being “speciesists”. I don’t care about her diet, but how do …

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Russian-Ukrainian War: Mariupol theater housing “hundreds” bombed | News

Ukrainian authorities have accused Russian forces of bombing a theater and a swimming pool in the besieged southern city of Mariupol, where hundreds of civilians, including pregnant women and children, are believed to have taken refuge fleeing the conflict. Pavlo Kyrylenko, head of the Donetsk regional military administration, posted photos …

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What we know about the Covid-19 epidemic in China

This epidemic has spread much faster than previous waves of less infectious variants, with daily cases soaring from a few dozen in February to more than 5,100 on Tuesday – the highest figure since the outbreak in early 2020 in Wuhan. The number may seem low compared to other countries, …

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Ukrainian seamstress in Bay Village sewing flags to help people in her home country

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) — Maryana Korchymska, owner of Nordshoe Alterations Today in Bay Village, alters dresses, jackets and many other garments. Now the Ukrainian sews something new – Ukrainian flags to show pride in her homeland. “A client asked me, ‘Can you make me a Ukrainian flag?’ “said Korchymska. “I …

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Young people lead the way to a brighter post-COVID world

Young people everywhere have borne the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic. Their education was disrupted. Many have lost their jobs. Their mental health suffered and too many people suffered gender-based violence. However, a significant number of young people remain optimistic about the possibility of an inclusive, resilient and sustainable recovery …

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iPhone SE 2022: For people “who just want an iPhone”

Apple’s iPhone is its most important product. James Martin/CNET What is happening Apple is expected to announce its latest smartphone, the budget iPhone SE, on Tuesday. why is it important While the device typically doesn’t include any surprising new tech, it does offer a modern iPhone for far less than …

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Russia detains at least 4,357 people on Sunday during protests, independent monitoring group says

More than 360 civilians have been killed in Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion last month, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said on Sunday. So far, 1,123 civilians have been injured, including 364 killed and 759 injured, the OHCHR said, while …

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Portland homeless advocates and providers want to house 3,000 people by the end of the year

A coalition of homeless service providers and advocacy groups met Thursday to ask elected leaders and landowners in Portland to help house 3,000 people by the end of the year. The call was a rebuke to plans bubbling recently within Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s administration that prioritize large temporary shelters …

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2 people arrested for large amount of cocaine

WHITE HALL, W.Va. — Two people have been charged after officers found a large amount of cocaine and marijuana during a traffic stop in White Hall. Harold Kelly On March 1, White Hall Police Department officers received a call from an undercover officer following a 2020 Jeep Renegade in the …

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People’s convoy drove through Springfield to protest vaccination mandates

American flags fluttered in the wind as a 15-mile convoy of hundreds of truckers passed through Springfield on Interstate 44 Monday morning. Leaders of the People’s Convoy call themselves a “peaceful and unified transcontinental movement” of truckers, according to a press release. The convoy, which began its journey in Adelanto, …

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1 dead, 6 injured in 2-car crash in unincorporated Santa Monica Mountains, authorities say

by: Cameron Kiszla, with reporting by Sam Bader and Elizabeth Chapman Job : February 26, 2022 / 9:27 p.m. PST / Update: February 26, 2022 / 11:06 p.m. PST One person was killed and six people were injured when two cars collided in an unincorporated area of ​​the Santa Monica …

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The White House publishes a plan to help those particularly vulnerable to Covid-19.

The Biden administration announced Thursday that it is taking several steps to make masks and coronavirus testing more accessible to people with disabilities, following criticism from the disability community that the country’s top leaders have been slow to act. to protect the country’s most vulnerable. Dr. Cameron Webb, senior policy …

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CDC: Some people should wait longer for 2nd COVID vaccine

US health officials say some people receiving Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines should consider waiting up to eight weeks between the first and second dose By MIKE STOBBE AP Medical Writer February 23, 2022, 4:56 p.m. • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article NEW YORK – …

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