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Councils across England are systematically breaking the law by relocating hundreds of homeless people outside of their boroughs without notifying the authorities receiving them. An investigation found that schools are being overwhelmed, with northern cities such as Bradford having received at least 290 households from 31 different boroughs in the past two years, many of …

DEARBORN, Mich. – A gas main break in Dearborn forced people in more than 15 homes to evacuate for around two hours on Monday evening. It happened in the area Orchard Street and Michigan Avenue. Police said it was a utility mishap. No injuries were reported. DTE Energy crews were able to cap the gas …

Police have issued more than 18,000 fines for breaches of government public health regulations in England and Wales since the coronavirus lockdown started. The majority of fines have been issued to males in the 18-34 age group, with fixed penalty notices more likely to be given at weekends. Provisional data released by the National Police …

In order to get out and about, bus travel is an essential part of the daily routine for many when you live or work in Hull. But the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we travel around the city. The government announced that from Monday, June 15, face coverings are mandatory when travelling on all …

Overnight, Arizona and New Mexico joined Texas and eight other states in pausing their reopening plans. Texas reported an all-time high in new cases, and Houston faces a dire critical care shortage. The developments mark a “heartbreaking situation” that demands stricter actions immediately, said Dr. Peter Hotez of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. “We …

The low-frequency, inaudible sounds made by wind power stations are not damaging to human health despite widespread fears that they cause unpleasant symptoms, research published in Finland on Monday said.   A number of studies have already concluded that the audible noise from the energy-generating windmills does not cause health impacts beyond annoyance and sleep disturbance …

some images are not great and some are wearing masks Detectives have released images of 15 people they wish to speak too in connection with the toppling of a slave trader statue in Bristol. Edward Colston’s statue was pulled down during Black Lives Matter (BLM), protests on June 7. It was then dragged to the …

The shifts in demographics have been recorded in parts of Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Texas and other states — many of which were some of the first to reopen. And while some officials have pointed to more widespread testing being done, others say the new cases stem from Americans failing to social distance. Texas Gov. …

Hong Kong is to significantly ease its coronavirus social distancing measures, upping the limit on public gatherings from eight to 50 people. Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan made the announcement at a press conference on Tuesday following an Executive Council meeting in the morning. Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan. Photo: RTHK …

San Antonio – As COVID-19 cases spike following a loosening of restrictions, an infectious disease specialist with UT Health San Antonio warns that residents need to continue to take precautions and take it easy on the barbecues. Dr. Ruth Berggren, a professor at the Long School of Medicine, is concerned about recent jumps in both …