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Yesterday was the coldest day of the week with a high of 44 degrees and a low of 32 degrees. However, we’re looking up as temperatures will start to make a steady climb back to the 50s. Early this morning temperatures are falling back into the 30s under calming winds. The slow-moving low pressure system …

‘Back’ Season 2 By Lea Palmieri Fans of British comedies will be happy to know that the Robert Webb-David Mitchell series Back is, well, back. Now streaming on AMC+, and with new episodes airing weekly on IFC, the dark comedy from Simon Blackwell about a man trying to suss out his foster brother is twisted, …

MILWAUKEE, March 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Harqen.AI, a leading provider of AI-powered evaluation technologies for both corporate recruiting and college admission processes, today announced preliminary findings about the accuracy of the company’s AI technology by acclaimed Purdue University researcher and Industrial and Organizational (I/O) Psychologist Michael A. Campion, Ph.D. Dr. Campion, who is among the …

Dr. Germaine Louis gives a patient a COVID-19 vaccine at the Mason and Partners Clinic vaccination event with Prince William Health District on February 23, 2021. When Germaine Louis became Dean of the College of Health and Human Services, she never envisioned serving during a pandemic like COVID-19. “Certainly, when I accepted the position in 2017, a pandemic was not on my horizon—what was on …

JUST IN: Future of Space Force Tech Hub Comes into Focus Photo-illustration iStock images The Space Force’s new innovation hub will soon announce the technologies it wants to work with industry to develop, AFWERX director Col. Nathan Diller said Feb. 24. SpaceWERX, the new technology accelerator office that will work with commercial companies to focus …

COVENTRY — The town is making good progress in the fight against COVID-19 and is ahead of the state average in administering vaccinations among eligible residents, Eastern Highlands Health District Director Robert Miller told the Journal Inquirer Monday. “The state has seen a steady decline over the past four weeks and Coventry has plateaued and …

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – One of the doctors who created the technology behind the COVID-19 vaccine hopes anyone refusing to get the shot out of fear it was created too fast will realize that’s simply not true. News4Jax has had viewers say they will skip the vaccine because it was developed too quickly or they want …

A seamless omnichannel experience, flexible buy and return policies, on or offline, today’s customers want it all. Tech is giving it to them. Although people are still stepping into brick-and-mortar stores to get their goods, creating a smooth omnichannel customer experience that a business operating model that allows customers the flexibility to bounce back and …

Britt Reid, the son of Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid and the team’s outside linebackers coach, will not make the trip to Super Bowl LV on Saturday after being involved in a car crash that left a child with a serious injury earlier in the week, the team said. The Chiefs said they stood …

The Mets have put Trevor Bauer on the clock. The Post has learned that the Mets set a deadline of noon Eastern time Friday for Bauer, the free-agent starting pitcher, to take or leave their offer that totals between $100 million and $110 million over three years. The package features opt-outs for Bauer after both …