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Curtis Sagmoen leaving the Vernon courthouse, today, June 19. (BEN BULMER / iNFOnews.ca) June 19, 2020 – 3:11 PM Curtis Sagmoen, a North Okanagan man with a history of assaulting sex workers, won’t do time behind bars for deliberately driving his quad bike into an escort he …

The City of Valdez harbor in 2014. (Creative Commons Photo courtesy Ronald Woan/Flickr) A seafood worker in Valdez has tested positive for COVID-19. But state health officials say they aren’t sure how the man, who works for Peter Pan Seafoods, contracted the virus because he has been in the state for a month, went through …

with Tonya Riley The coronavirus pandemic is lending the battle over Uber and Lyft’s classification of its drivers fresh urgency.  California is suing the companies for allegedly breaking a landmark state law that went into effect earlier this year that would reclassify many gig workers as employees, my colleague Faiz Siddiqui reports. Attorney General Xavier …

Deborah Gatewood had two years to go before she could retire from a Detroit hospital. But Gatewood, a phlebotomist for three decades, will never celebrate that milestone. She died April 17 from symptoms related to the coronavirus. Her daughter said that prior to her mother’s death, she was denied a coronavirus test four times by …

NEW YORK (Reuters) – “Home soon,” Madhvi Aya texted from her hospital bed. “Love you.” Minnoli Aya poses with her parents Raj and Madhvi on her graduation day in this undated handout photo provided by the family to Reuters on April 13, 2020. Courtesy of Minnoli Aya/Handout via REUTERS It was the last exchange she …

An oil worker with suspected coronavirus symptoms has died at home after being airlifted from a North Sea platform earlier this week. The man, who worked for Dyce-based oil and gas contractor Stork, is understood to have been removed from the asset and taken to Sheffield, where he died. He was working on Total’s Elgin …

March 25, 2020 9:14 PM Brandon Arbuckle Posted: March 25, 2020 9:14 PM Updated: March 25, 2020 9:18 PM MAUSTON, Wis. — Health officials have confirmed the first COVID-19 case in Juneau County is a health care worker. According to a news release, health officials with the Juneau County Health Department and Mile Bluff Medical …

CONCORD, N.H. (WHDH) – A New Hampshire resident who has tested positive for the coronavirus is being kept in isolation, health officials announced Monday. RELATED: 2 Rhode Island coronavirus cases stem from same Europe school trip The infected individual, a Dartmouth Hitchcock employee from Grafton County, recently traveled to Italy, according to Dr. Benjamin Chan, …

By Brie Handgraaf [email protected] | 252-265-7821 Wilson Energy will soon have new technology that will protect the city’s linemen. “Safety is Wilson Energy’s highest priority,” said Daniel Gillen, engineering and systems planning manager. “We are thrilled that we can provide increased protection to our line workers from burns from an arc flash.” An arc flash …

Timothy Staples, of the West Valley Search and Rescue team, was among those looking for Sreenivas “Sree” Mokkapati, a 52-year-old reported missing December 8 while hiking to the Mount Baldy summit. At 1 p.m. local time Saturday, Staples’ partner said on the radio they had become separated from each other, the sheriff’s department said in …