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The Bank of America Chicago Marathon has been canceled for its 2020 race due to “the ongoing public health concerns brought on by the coronavirus pandemic,” organizers announced Monday. The race was set to step off on Oct. 11, but event organizers announced the decision “citing the challenges of staging an event of this scale …

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“The cases are rising so rapidly, that we cannot even do contact tracing anymore. I don’t see how it’s possible to even do that,” Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of tropical medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper Monday. The rapid rise in cases is considered a surge, not a second wave, because …

A Ford Motor employee inspects the all-new 2020 Ford Explorer before it rolls of the line to ensure quality for our customers. Ford Ford Motor reported Thursday that its U.S. vehicle sales in the second quarter were down 33.3%, in-line with industry expectations as the coronavirus caused consumers to stay at home, and dealerships and factories to shutter. …

Dr. Tom Frieden, the former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the recent surge in coronavirus cases across parts of the country is the result of the virus’s spreading, not increased testing, as President Donald Trump has argued. “As a doctor, a scientist, an epidemiologist, I can tell you with 100% …

The delays and long lines that marred voting in Los Angeles County’s March 3 primary election were due largely to a key component of the county’s new $300-million electronic voting system, which was designed to check in voters at polling places but was hampered by slow digital communication links, according to a recent report by …

Many recently graduated students are contending with concerns about healthcare as the economy plunges into a recession.  According to a 2017 Agile Health Insurance survey, 72% of college students and recent graduates nationwide have difficulty finding affordable healthcare coverage. Some former University of Minnesota students are now struggling even more to navigate healthcare options before …

Galveston Mayor Jim Yarbrough is resigning from his position effective July 15, saying he believes the city needs a leader that can be there in person through the rest of the year. Yarbrough, a Galveston native and Democrat who was first elected in 2014 and is term-limited, had planned to step down officially in July …

San Luis Obispo County SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – Officers could be seen breaking up crowds of protesters at Santa Rosa and Walnut streets in San Luis Obispo. The large group protest began around 2 p.m. Monday afternoon at Santa Rosa and Walnut and lasted about six hours. NewsChannel 12 is on the scene and …

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) — UPDATE 7:40 p.m.Police are asking the public to avoid downtown Colorado Springs due to criminal activity tied to a protest. Police lined up on a street in downtown Colorado Springs 5/30/20. CSPD is reporting they had to use “chemical irritants” on the crowd in order to disperse the “unlawful and …