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  • Coronavirus weekly-need-to-know: Shot walk-ins, J&J anxiety, unvaccinated advice & more
    Each week, we offer you a round-up of our noteworthy coronavirus coverage. More than 32.6 million people in the United States have tested positive for the coronavirus as of Friday … Click to Continue »... Read more »
  • UK to offer under-40s alternative to AstraZeneca shot
    People under 40 in Britain will not be given the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine if another shot is available because of a link to extremely rare blood clots, the government said … Click to Continue »... Read more »
  • Self-proclaimed Bradenton ‘prophet’ attacks and bloodies a good Samaritan, deputies say
    A 53-year-old Bradenton man proclaiming himself a prophet of Jesus Christ on his Facebook page attacked a good Samaritan who stopped to check on him on Tuesday in the 6700 … Click to Continue »... Read more »
  • Meineke Car Care pays 12.5M in tire-inspection lawsuit
    Meineke Car Care Centers paid $12.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought by an Everett woman who alleged a safety inspection missed a malfunctioning tire that caused a crash and … Click to Continue »... Read more »
  • Marcus & Millichap: Q1 Earnings Snapshot
    Marcus & Millichap Inc. (MMI) on Friday reported first-quarter net income of $15 million. The Calabasas, California-based company said it had profit of 37 cents per share. The commercial real … Click to Continue »... Read more »
  • Ocugen: Q1 Earnings Snapshot
    Ocugen, Inc. (OCGN) on Friday reported a first-quarter loss of $7.1 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. The Malvern, Pennsylvania-based company said it had … Click to Continue »... Read more »
  • Have you seen Amy Barco? Deputies are looking for missing Bradenton woman
    The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help in locating a 41-year-old Bradenton woman who went missing Thursday night. Deputies say Amy Barco is endangered due to … Click to Continue »... Read more »
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    Newser

  • Lawmaker on Video Call Busted by His Seat Belt
    On Monday, House Bill 283 was introduced in Ohio in a bid to tamp down on distracted driving by banning texting, taking photos, livestreaming, or otherwise using an electronic device while behind the wheel. That same day, a state senator was busted doing just that during a virtual meeting of...... Read more »
  • Will Smith's Whole Dad Bod Situation Is Depressing
    Will Smith got a lot of love for revealing his quarantine body on Instagram, but he immediately followed that up by announcing he'd be ditching the dad bod in a new YouTube series tentatively titled, Best Shape of My Life . The "whiplash" has Kyndall Cunningham bemoaning the "cynical truth"... Read more »
  • UT Linebacker Jake Ehlinger, 20, Found Dead Near Campus
    Texas linebacker Jake Ehlinger, the younger brother of former Longhorns quarterback Sam Ehlinger, was found dead near campus Thursday, Austin police said. Officers found the 20-year-old Ehlinger after responding to a call at 12:18pm. Police did not detail how they found him but said the death is not considered...... Read more »
  • Father Admits Killing Son, 5, Over Cheesecake
    A Milwaukee man pleaded guilty Thursday to killing his 5-year-old son in June 2019 because he was upset his children were eating the cheesecake he'd received for Father's Day while the man, Travis Stackhouse, now 30, only got one piece. Stackhouse was on trial this week for first-degree homicide, but...... Read more »
  • Keisha Lance Bottoms' News Shocks Atlanta
    Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Thursday she will not seek a second term, an election-year surprise that marks a sharp turnabout for the city’s second Black woman executive who months ago was among those President Biden considered for his running mate. Bottoms, 51, disclosed her decision publicly in a...... Read more »
  • Attempted Bank Robbery Turns Into Hostage Situation
    A standoff at a St. Cloud, Minnesota, bank ended Thursday night around 10:30pm after starting almost nine hours earlier. Police were called to the Wells Fargo branch around 1:45pm to reports of a possible robbery in progress, the St. Cloud Times reports. It turned into a hostage situation,...... Read more »
  • Idaho Middle School Shooting Suspect Is 6th-Grade Girl
    The suspect in a Thursday morning school shooting that left three people injured has been identified as a sixth-grade girl who attends the school. Police have not revealed many further details about her, but the Post-Register reports she lives in Idaho Falls. The suspect was initially reported to be male...... Read more »
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    Washingtonian

  • Mother’s Day, DC Funk Parade, and a Talk About Mermaids: Things to Do in DC, May 6-9
    Hello hello! We’ve got DC Funk Parade, AAPI Heritage Month events, and a talk about mermaids.  Mermaid Week is here, people! Here’s what you should check out this weekend: Grab a pint: Sandlot Georgetown, which opens today, is a shipping-container bar and venue that highlights Black-owned businesses. Learn all... Read more »
  • Virginia Could Lift All Covid Capacity and Gathering Limits on June 15
    Governor Ralph Northam said today that Virginia could drop pandemic capacity and gathering limits on June 15 if Covid case numbers continue to decrease while vaccination rates go up. Many pandemic restrictions in Virginia are already relaxing on May 15, expanding capacity limits for sporting events, entertainment venues, and gatherings.... Read more »
  • Humane Rescue Alliance Waives Adoption Fees for Large Dogs
    DC’s Humane Rescue Alliance is waiving adoption fees for “larger” dogs—those over 40 pounds—through Sunday, May 9th. Typical fees are anywhere from $150 to $250, but HRA currently has over 50 dogs that they’re trying to place in homes as quickly as possible. Ashley Valm, director of adoptions at HRA,... Read more »
  • Children’s National Has Seen Zero Flu Cases Since the Start of the Pandemic
    The pandemic has come with several side effects—the ability to crush a multi-season Netflix series in 48 hours, for example. Another one: It was a lot easier to stave off the flu this year, thanks to social distancing and mask-wearing. Flu season—which usually runs between late fall and early spring—typically... Read more »
  • Want to See the Star Wars X-Wing at the Air and Space Museum? Try a Weekday Visit.
    Smithsonian’s Udvar-Hazy Center just unveiled an X-wing Starfighter that was featured in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. But visiting the spacecraft in Chantilly could be nearly as challenging as destroying the Death Star. Currently, visitors must reserve a free, timed-entry pass before touring the recently-reopened museum. But be forewarned: tickets for a... Read more »
  • 9 Fun Food Events Around DC
    Still trying to find the season’s most in-demand shot? Stop by The Reach at the Kennedy Center (2700 F St., NW) today, May 6, from 4 to 8 PM. There, you can get your dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and then grab a free beer from Solace Brewing... Read more »
  • DC Sniper Lee Boyd Malvo Speaks in a New Docuseries About the 2002 Shootings
    A documentary series exploring the sniper spree that terrorized the DC area 19 years ago is premiering Monday, May 10 on Vice TV. I, Sniper, an eight-episode production, features several interviews with Lee Boyd Malvo, who carried out the shootings with John Allen Muhammed in October 2002. Malvo was 17 years old... Read more »
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