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Spokane County adds 69 new COVID-19 cases Sunday – Sun, 18 Apr 2021 PST

Spokane County remains in Stage 3 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s reopening plan.  Top Featured Tags: – Washington NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Haysville schools hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinic for people 16 and older

Last week, CHS announced an incentive in hopes of getting more young people in the community vaccinated — free prom tickets. Now, with prom and graduation just around the corner, the district is making it even easier by bringing the vaccinations there. Top Featured Tags: – Kansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Lawsuit filed against Wichita for police department’s use of gang list

In a class action lawsuit, the ACLU of Kansas and the Kansas Appleseed Center for Law and Justice claim the Wichita Police Department’s gang list is discriminatory and disproportionately impacts Black and Latinx residents. Top Featured Tags: – Kansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Wichitans react on anniversary of Herman Hill riot

April 15, 2021 marks 42 years since a rock concert riot that injured dozens of people at Wichita’s Herman Hill Park. Top Featured Tags: – Kansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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FedEx shooting ‘a devastating blow’ to an already grieving Indianapolis

The FedEx mass shooting will haunt those who wanted to protect their neighbors from the city’s ongoing battle to confront violent crime.        Top Featured Tags: – Indiana NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Three killed, seven others, including 5-year-old, hurt during violent weekend in Baltimore, police say

A man was stabbed to death late Sunday night, continuing a weekend of violence in Baltimore during which two other men died and seven more people were injured, police said. Top Featured Tags: – Maryland NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Mets’ Marcus Stroman flashes his Gold Glove at Rockies after sensational play

New York Mets starter Marcus Stroman not only dominated with his right arm Sunday afternoon at Coors Field, he dazzled with his glove in a 2-1 win over the Rockies. Stroman, who has one Gold Glove on his resume, turned in an unusual, highlight-reel play to start the eighth. He reached behind his back to…

Mysterious Davidsonville grave cleaner discovered as BillionGraves.com amateur genealogist

A puzzling case of who, and why, nearly 200 historic graves were shoddily cleaned without permission in Davidsonville was solved Wednesday when several of the graves popped up on the volunteer amateur genealogy website “Billion Graves.” Top Featured Tags: – Maryland NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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FedEx has no plans to rescind cellphone policy after Indianapolis shooting. Here’s why.

Despite complaints, FedEx has no plans to change its policy banning cell phones in its sorting and packaging plants after Indianapolis shooting.        Top Featured Tags: – Indiana NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Round House’s ‘A Boy and His Soul’ explores how music conjures memories

toggle audio on and off change volume download audio WTOP’s Jason Fraley salutes ‘A Boy and His Soul’ (Part 1) Have you ever heard a particular song that instantly triggered a childhood memory? That’s the premise of “A Boy and His Soul” at Round House Theatre, running through May 2. “The play is ultimately about Black…

Broncos Position Outlook: Adding to secondary may continue in draft

Editor’s note: Second in a series looking at each Broncos position group heading into the NFL Draft. 2020 review: The safety position was in good hands — Justin Simmons and Kareem Jackson both started all 16 games. … Simmons, playing on the franchise tag, led the team with five interceptions and all 1,088 defensive snaps…

Cicadas expected to be fish ‘filet mignon’ in southeastern Pennsylvania next month

During the peak of cicada season there will be insects on the ground and in the trees and some will fall into the water. “It’s like a protein bar” for fish, said Eric Hussar, a commissioner with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Top Featured Tags: – Maryland NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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Ann Arbor lights up under FoolMoon festival

Ann Arbor lights up during the annual FoolMoon festival as locals great creative with luminaries and light up costumes.        Top Featured Tags: – Michigan NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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Pandemics, tornadoes, a nursing home crisis: We’re here for you and we need your support

For weeks, we’ve provided free coverage of the coronavirus pandemic, despite the challenges in our industry. Now we’re asking for your support.       Top Featured Tags: – Indiana NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Va. residents 16 and older now able to schedule vaccine appointments

All Virginians age 16 and older are now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Sunday’s expanded eligibility comes as Virginia reached a new milestone in its vaccination program, with approximately half of all adults in the Commonwealth having received at least one dose. Calling it “an exciting new phase” of Virginia’s vaccination program, Gov. Ralph…

Some Jan. 6 defendants try to use journalism as U.S. Capitol riot defense

The Trump supporters who stormed the U.S. Capitol in January created a trove of self-incriminating evidence, thoroughly documenting their actions and words in videos and social media posts. Now some of the camera-toting people in the crowd are claiming they were only there to record history as journalists, not to join a deadly insurrection. It’s…

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