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Highlights of a $2.2 trillion package to help businesses, workers and a health care system staggered by the coronavirus that President Donald Trump signed into law Friday after the House voted final congressional approval.
The extended hours will be from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Lowery founded the civil rights movement in Mobile, Ala., and was often referred to as the “dean of the civil rights movement.”
Civil rights leader Joseph Lowery, who served with King and gave Obama’s inaugural benediction, has died at 98
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More than 595,000 people have contracted the virus around the world and about 27,000 have died. While the U.S. now leads the world in reported infections, five countries exceed its roughly 1,700 deaths: Italy, Spain, […]
The U.S. federal government is turning to public/private partnerships to keep feeding students in need after the global pandemic forced nationwide school closures.
A former WTVM News Leader 9 reporter who is now a reporter and anchor at KTRK in Houston, Texas has tested positive for COVID-19.
Due to many people staying at home quarantining themselves within their house, Paws has not been able to receive the help they have grown to depend on.
Dr. Jennifer Adams, Auburn University’s director of communication and journalism, felt the impact of the virus when her husband was diagnosed earlier this week.
Fort Benning announced additional measures in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The partial refunds include fees paid for housing, dining, and other appropriate fees.
The school visited the surrounding area where its students got to watch their teachers pass by. Participants waived and had a good time.
SafeHouse Ministries on Hamilton Road opened the shelter in collaboration with the Continuum, of Care (COC).
The order goes in effect March 28 and will remain until further notice.
Attorneys general at the state and federal level begin cracking down and investigating reports of price gouging and hoarding of critical supplies.
No more Peeps are being hatched for at least a couple of weeks — but it shouldn’t affect Easter baskets.
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