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Photo Courtesy/WV Legislative Photography BROADBAND EXPANSION — Economic Development Secretary Mitch Carmichael briefs lawmakers Tuesday on broadband expansion projects slated to launch later this month. CHARLESTON – Thanks to Congress and President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan, federal funding is helping West Virginians gain access to high-speed broadband and computers, with …

TORONTO — The biggest lottery draw in Canadian history will happen this week, with eye-watering $117 million up for grabs. The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation’s (OLG) Lotto Max jackpot on Tuesday will be $70 million. There will also be a whopping 47 Maxmillion prizes of $1 million. The massive prize is up for grabs …

A Caltech professor, in collaboration with researchers at the University of Southern California, has demonstrated for the first time a new technology for imaging the human brain using laser light and ultrasonic sound waves. The technology, known as photoacoustic computerized tomography, or PACT, has been developed by Lihong Wang, Bren Professor of Medical Engineering and Electrical …

MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — On May 29, 2021, 27-year-old Fredrick Grayson was arrested after leading a Ouachita Parish Sheriff Deputy into a highspeed chase. According to the deputy, Grayson’s Black Nissan Altima was traveling Northbound with a tinted license plate cover on the temporary tag. As the deputy attempted to perform a traffic stop, Grayson’s …

NEW ULM — Brown County commissioners learned Tuesday that Brown County Public Health (BCPH) continues to offer a variety of COVID vaccine clinics in the coming days and weeks. “Let’s get vaccinated. Our comeback story cannot be written without you,” read a Tuesday BCPH press release. In her report, Brown County Public Health …

Linda Harris UPGRADES — Steubenville Municipal Court Judge John Mascio, standing, and court administrator Elizabeth Vergitz say upgrades to their court management software should begin by summer. The upgrade, funded with a $95,650 grant from the Supreme Court of Ohio, will take about 13 weeks to implement. STEUBENVILLE — The Supreme …

Elmalike Martin (WDIV) DETROIT – Police are looking for a 27-year-old man who was last seen May 17. According to authorities, Elmalike Martin was last seen at about 2:15 p.m. Monday near Wayne State University. He is reportedly in good physical condition, but suffers from a mental condition. His family said that they are concerned …

KITCHENER — A man, who was already wanted for a reported indecent act, has been arrested after police say he was seen smashing a vehicle’s window with a hammer. The man was reportedly seen breaking the driver’s side window of a vehicle parked on Woolwich Street around 8 p.m. Wednesday night. He was found a …

Many of us may remember a time when landline wires ran throughout our homes and trash compactors were the next big thing. In today’s world, we have the power of ever-changing technology at our fingertips like smart thermostats, robot vacuums, smart appliances and even garage door openers we can operate from anywhere. While …

Los Angeles County qualified to move into the least restrictive, or “yellow” tier, of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy reopening protocol on Tuesday. After holding a test positivity rate under 2% and an adjusted daily case rate below two cases per 100,000 residents for a week, the county met the requirements to transition …