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WHO warns that 1st wave of pandemic not over; dampens hopes

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As Brazil and India struggle with surging coronavirus cases, a top health expert is warning that the world is still smack in the middle of the pandemic, dampening hopes...Read more

3 teenagers injured in 3 separate shootings in Columbus overnight

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Columbus police are investigating after three teenagers were shot in three separate incidents early Tuesday morning.Read more

Viral video shows woman calling cops on black man in Central Park

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A video has gone viral of a white woman calling the cops on a black man who simply asked her to leash her dog.Read more

The New Workplace and Mental Health

The New Workplace and Mental Health

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As the state reopens and people head back to work, there could be a lot of anxiety associated with that. Pete Scalia talks with a local mental health expert about ways...Read more

Authorities searching for 5-year-old boy reported missing from campground in Adams County

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The sheriff said teams are searching the area including in the water around the campground.Read more

El Paso mass shooting survivor celebrates first birthday without his parents

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Members of Muertos MC motorcycle club came out to show their support Saturday.Read more

Federal coronavirus plan for testing lays burden on states

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The plan, delivered Sunday to members of Congress, has drawn harsh criticism from top congressional Democrats.Read more

Leatherback turtle found nesting on Florida beach during the day

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A woman by the name of Shelley Michel took video of a leatherback turtle nesting on the beach during the day.Read more

74 years and counting: 92-year-old Navy veteran continues Taps tradition

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As patriotic as the stars and bars being pushed by a warm breeze are the notes that pull you in for a warm embrace being bellowed by a bugle.Read more

13-year-old graduates from California college with 4 associate's degrees

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Jack started college when he was 11-year-old.Read more

CDC warns of aggressive rodents amid coronavirus restaurant closures

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Guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control highlights how normal food waste sources rodents use for survival have decreased, causing behavior changes.Read more

Study: Nearly half of Twitter accounts discussing 'Reopening America' might be bots

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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University also found that of the top 50 most influential COVID-19 re-tweeters, 82% are believed to be bots.Read more

States less than transparent on billions spent for coronavirus protective medical supplies

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Amid an apparent buying spree, it's not immediately clear how much many states are paying and there is concern over which vendors they're using.Read more

Emotional toll of COVID-19 hard to measure inside Ohio’s long-term care facilities

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The state has yet to publicly release guidance on if or when visitations could resume at long-term care facilities.Read more

Time to be vigilant: Vehicle thefts spike during coronavirus pandemic

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Despite silent streets and nearly nonexistent traffic, vehicle larcenies have increased.Read more

Parents killed in crash while driving home from son's high school graduation

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Kentucky State Police say the family’s car collided with a pickup truck Saturday in Flemingsburg.Read more