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Francisco Gonzalez just wanted to help students who deserved a helping hand. Gonzalez is the manager of hospitality and concierge services at Texas Health Dallas and he oversees the hospital’s Project SEARCH program. It’s a 1-year unpaid internship providing high school seniors with disabilities an opportunity to learn life skills and hands-on training. “When you …

Mar 6th 2021 WHEN IT comes to using artificial intelligence (AI), intelligence agencies have been at it longer than most. In the cold war America’s National Security Agency (NSA) and Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) explored early AI to help transcribe and translate the enormous volumes of Soviet phone-intercepts they began hoovering up in the …

The varsity baseball team at John Burroughs High School in Burbank has been suspended after pictures of the team’s seniors posing on school grounds not following coronavirus protocols and in violation of state and county health orders surfaced on a team social media site, it was reported Tuesday. Burbank Unified School District Superintendent Matt Hill …

Posted by Paul Moore on 27th February 2021 Demonstrating the rapid growth of interest in remote control operation of surface mining equipment, HARD-LINE’s TeleOp control systems were recently deployed on several heavy-duty machines at Codelco’s Mina Sur copper mine in Chile. Codelco’s innovation strategy involves transferring and adapting existing technologies and developing …

As a limited supply of the coronavirus vaccine has become available across Florida, residents are understandably anxious to know when they will be able to stand in line for a dose. One of South Florida’s largest hospitals will be opening their doors to patients seeking the vaccine that are a lot younger than the state …

SALT LAKE CITY – A high school dance party at a downtown Salt Lake City club is under investigation by the Salt Lake County Health Department over allegations that attendees removed their masks and were not social distancing. Organizers of the event, which was held at the Sky, 149 Pierpont Ave., called it MORPH 2021. …

Retail sales soared last month as many Americans spent the $600 checks that were included in a relief package enacted in December. Factory output also rose and has nearly regained its pre-pandemic levels. And sales of newly-built homes soared last month. Michelle Meyer, an economist at Bank of America, this week upgraded her forecast for growth this …

Fewer students than anticipated sign up for LPS dedicated remote learning program next year Support Local Journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} Districtwide, 7,046 students are learning remotely exclusively, the lowest number since July. And since the end of first semester, 2,400 have returned to school, Larson said. The highest percentage of remote …

Temperatures warmed to the middle and upper 60s for most of us on Tuesday, but that won’t be the case tomorrow. A cold front will arrive and that will bring a return to average temperatures for Wednesday and the remainder of the week. WEDNESDAY’S FORECAST A cold front will pass in the early morning hours, …

WASHINGTON (AP) — The last time Merrick Garland was nominated by the White House for a job, Republicans wouldn’t even meet with him. Now, the once-snubbed Supreme Court pick will finally come before the Senate, this time as President Joe Biden’s choice for attorney general. Garland, an appeals court judge, is widely expected to sail …