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by: Markie Martin and The Associated Press Posted: Jan 6, 2021 / 06:34 AM EST / Updated: Jan 6, 2021 / 06:34 AM EST DALLAS (NewsNation Now) — Texas trauma surgeon Dr. Brittany Bankhead-Kendall, who has used her social media platform during the pandemic to give insight into what is happening behind-the-scenes with patients and …

LITHONIA, Ga. — Eight days out from Election Day in Georgia’s crucial Senate runoff races, Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are “sounding the alarm” about their ability to keep pace with GOP spending, calling for a “significant increase” in grassroots donations to prevent running out of money. “To win this election in 8 …

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WAVY) — Williamsburg Police want to remind residents to lock their car doors to help to stop grinches from putting a damper on their holiday season. The department says this time of the year is when they see more car break-ins, stolen vehicles, and package thefts. MPO Charlie Ericsson, who’s been with the …

This holiday season, the Harris County Precinct One Constable Alan Rosen has a present for you. It comes in the form of a big, white, report card attached to your windshield. It’s called the Holiday Vehicle Inspection Report Card and it’s meant to wake all of us up to the dangers of leaving anything in …

A Portland, Ore., resident wears a respirator to protect himself from wildfire smoke as he jogs in downtown in September 2020. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images A Portland, Ore., resident wears a respirator to protect himself from wildfire smoke as he jogs in downtown in September …

Friday’s number surpassed the previous daily record held by India, which reported 97,894 coronavirus cases in a single day on September 17, according to India’s health ministry. The total number of Covid-19 cases in the US is at least 9,047,792, according to Johns Hopkins University. The US also reported more than 1,000 additional deaths Friday, …

Stanford faculty expressed urgent concern for the possibility of significant misuse and abuse of technology surrounding the upcoming presidential election at an Oct. 20 seminar.  Panelists warned that we are at what they described as a “tipping point” where coordinated action is urgently needed to staunch further erosion of democratic systems by malignant interference on …

New Hampshire health officials announced Saturday that they have identified three more establishments with potential community exposure to COVID-19, one day after they announced exposure at five well-known restaurants across the state. The newly affected establishments include two restaurants and a casino. Anyone who visited the Concord Casino in Concord, Paddy’s American Grille in Portsmouth …

New Hampshire health officials announced Friday that they have identified potential community exposure to COVID-19 at five well-known restaurants across the state. The affected restaurants include the Daniel Street Tavern and The Goat Bar and Grill in downtown Portsmouth, The Draft Sports Bar and Grill and The Barley House Restaurant and Tavern in downtown Concord …

Ludlow police are warning town residents to lock their cars, garages and external sheds after a rash of break-ins. Ludlow Police Sgt. Sean Knox said suspects have broken into unlocked vehicles in the areas of Clover Road, Booth Street, Oliva Circle, Meadow Crest Circle, Pinewood Drive and Robin Drive.  The break-ins occurred usually in the …