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Live Oak Public Libraries challenges readers this summer

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Kids, teens and adults can dive into summer with the Live Oak Public Libraries Summer Reading Challenge starting June 1 and ending July 31. In order to complete the educational contest, participants must complete 10 hours of reading which can be broken down into 20 minutes …

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NHK can now harass you through your mail thanks to Japan Post’s new service

Ignoring the doorbell ringing may no longer protect you from the ever lingering NHK Man. Ask anyone who’s lived in Japan for a while what the three most annoying things here are and they’ll probably tell you: mosquitoes, cockroaches, and the nhk man. It may seem surprising that a public …

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Operation American Hustle: City leaders discuss West Side impact after drug smuggling breaks out

CHICAGO — Following a shooting on the Near North Side, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Police Department Superintendent David Brown joined other city leaders to discuss the results of Operation American Hustle. The 15-month effort resulted in more than 30 arrests and 10 of those people were federally charged …

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NV Energy Notifies Tahoe Basin Residents of Changes to Public Safety Outage Management Program

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – NV Energy is launching a series of town hall meetings to update customers on changes to its Public Safety Outage Management (PSOM) program. Nearly a handful of locals, including Joe Pfeifle, attended the two-hour meeting at the Hard Rock Hotel in Tahoe. Pfeifle, who has lived …

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Hero Sam Ryder praises ‘glorious’ Ukraine after securing UK’s best finish in 20 years

Could the UK host Eurovision 2023? For the first time in over 20 years, the UK came second at Eurovision, losing to winners Ukraine. Sam Ryder broke a two-decade losing streak, cementing his place with Eurovision icons like Bucks Fizz and Sonia. While Ukraine hopes to host, the war with …

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‘The Time Traveler’s Wife’ is still weird, even as a TV show

Some books might really be unsuitable. The Time Traveler’s Wife was a wildly popular 2003 novel that told a complicated story. From the time Clare Abshire is six years old, she meets a grown man in a clearing near her home. He says he is from the future. He eventually …

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Chefs, farmers and foodies celebrate Julia Child

Chefs, farmers and foodies celebrate Julia Child Santa Barbara Culinary Experience Combines Restaurant Week with Taste of SB Weekend By Matt Kettmann & George Yatchisin | May 12, 2022 Credit: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University Julia Child is so sexy right now. There’s a scripted series on HBO Max …

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Former ‘6,7,8’ Orlando Barone to charge $15 million for lawsuit on Public TV

Baron of Orlando He wins a lawsuit against Public TV and will collect 15 million pesos, payable in six instalments. The lawsuit was filed in September 2016 against Radio and Television Argentina (RTA) and the production company Pensando para Televisión (PPT), after the journalist felt fired after the end of …

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Flasher Public School students learn safety lessons from law enforcement and first responders

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) – A simulated reversal on Friday showed the kids at Flasher Public School what can happen in a car accident. This is part of a demonstration by law enforcement, Vision Zero, Sanford AirMed and Flasher Fire Department and Ambulance. They teach children about their roles in the …

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Boone County Council to Hold Public Hearing on Jail Expansion Project – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

LEBANON, Ind. (WISH) – Boone County Council will hold a public hearing on Monday to hear what residents think of a proposed tax hike that would help pay for a expansion from the county jail. County commissioners put forward a proposal for the $58 million project — and the prison …

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Wendy Williams reappears in public and vows to return to television

The conversation queen went out on the town, sharing some good news for fans. Talk show host Wendy Williams says she will be back on TV in September. Looking triumphant, celebrity gossip is ready to go back to talking about “Hot Topics” instead of being one. Leaving the Met Gala, …

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Fox59 anchor looks back on decades of journalism

TV presenters and journalists who left Indianapolis Ben Hill, who has served as co-anchor of “Sunrise” at WTHR-13 since 2016, is taking a television job in Nashville. Here’s an overview of some of the major changes. Dwight Adams, dwight.adams@indystar.com From the age of 15, Fanchon Stinger knew she wanted to …

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Freedom of the press and fake news – The Daily Egyptian

One thing that we really found interesting is the fact that freedom of expression is even more protected here than it is in our home country. For example, unlike the United States, denying the Holocaust is a criminal offense there. Also, freedom of the press goes further in the USA …

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Mission Hill School parents say their concerns went unaddressed – Boston News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Boston’s Best

WBZ Evening News Update for April 28, 2022The suspect in the 1988 murder of a girl in Lawrence will return to the state to face charges; Smoking likely cause of fire that killed man in Lowell; MBTA to revise bus service; Latest forecasts. 11 minutes ago Next Weather: WBZ Evening …

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Fair Oaks Ranch veteran featured in new public TV documentary ‘The Misty Experiment’ about top secret Vietnam War squadron

It was May 1970 and the Vietnam War was raging when Captain Mike Hinkle, flying in the front seat of an F-100 Super Saber jet fighter, received a May Day call from another plane. “We are ejecting,” they heard the pilot say. Hinkle called the Airborne Command Control Center but …

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State TV says Iran thwarted cyberattacks on utilities

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iranian state television said authorities foiled massive cyberattacks that aimed to target public services, both government and private. The report released on Sunday evening said Iran foiled attacks that targeted the infrastructure of more than 100 public sector agencies. He did not elaborate or cite specific …

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An artist from Kansas City wanted a new direction. This led to a giant sunflower in Prairie Village | KCUR 89.3

For most of her professional career, Amie Jacobsen has been a graphic designer, painter and illustrator of children’s books. Then, about seven years ago, she decided to take up welding. “Ever since I was little,” she said, “all I thought was, you know, I was going to be an artist.” …

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Donuts or donuts, Wall Drug treats are hard to beat

It was an unwritten rule in the Rapid City Journal newsroom that when you stopped at Wall – or just passed – during your mission, you were obligated to bring back donuts. Drug donuts wall. For editorial pleasure. “Didn’t you bring donuts?” Ron Bender asked me once when I walked …

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Kingery Family and Larry Olsen Band will provide entertainment at Life Connections

April 16—The Kingery family and the Larry Olsen Band are ready to take the stage at the 2022 Life Connections event, April 21-22 at the Willmar Civic Center. The Kingery family, from the Atwater-Grove City area, will begin their set at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, April 22. Their musical presentation …

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Dogs Owned by Iditarod Vet and Reality TV Star Kill Pet

Jessie Holmes receives affection from her lead dog Tempest at the Nikolai Checkpoint on Tuesday, March 8, 2022 (Jeff Chen/Alaska Public Media) A pack of sled dogs owned by an Iditarod veteran and reality TV star killed a pet in Alaska, officials said. Wasilla authorities are investigating the March 30 …

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Bismarck prepares for a big storm

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) – As the city of Bismarck prepares for a major storm, residents are also doing their best to prepare. “Get groceries, get beer and get out the snow shovels,” said Ron Kraft of Bismarck. “I am sending books today. And they were supposed to come out this …

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PSAKI trades White House for MSNBC as TV politics pipeline progresses | american politics

JThe routine traffic of political personnel in America to the country’s television networks hit a snag last week after NBC News staffers complained about the rumored White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, planned to join the liberal media MSNBC when she left her West. Wing post this summer. The clumsily …

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10 shortlisted for public television council – Civil.ge

Georgian public broadcaster ensemble. May 25, 2017. Photo: GPB / Facebook A parliamentary selection committee on April 7 presented a list of ten candidates for three six-year positions on the Georgian public broadcaster’s board of directors. From the slate, the House Majority, Opposition, and Georgia Public Defender must each select …

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Becoming Julia Child – Harvard Gazette

Nearly 60 years after the woman who was neither French nor a chef first appeared on Boston public television as ‘The French Chef’, Julia Child still inspires home cooks and fascinates showrunners. and filmmakers. The most recent is the HBO Max drama series, “Julia,” about her life and early life …

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Commissioners vote to expand public access hours at Wakulla County beaches

CRAWFORDVILLE, Fla. (WCTV) — After heated debate, Wakulla County commissioners voted to expand public access hours to all beaches in the county. The new hours will be from 6 a.m. to midnight. The beaches were previously closed from sunset to sunrise. The vote was tied 3-2, with commissioners Ralph Thomas …

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Poland welcomes over 1 million children from Ukraine, minister says – The First News

Andrzej Lange/PAP The vast majority of Ukrainian refugees in Poland are women and children, the Interior Minister said on Friday, putting the number of displaced children at more than one million. Mariusz Kaminski told state broadcaster TVP Info that since about the last week the number of arrivals has been …

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City hosts event to gather public input on Northwood plot plans

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — The City of Tallahassee held another event Tuesday night to gather public input on the future of the Northwood plot. Demolition continues at former Northwood Mall; it should be finished in April. Tuesday’s community engagement event took place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Tallahassee …

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Russian TV editor could be fined for her on-air protest

Marina Ovsyannikova, the TV editor who burst onto the set of a live broadcast to protest Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, will face a fine for her actions, the newspaper reports Russian independent Novaya Gazeta. Ovsyannikova has previously been fined 30,000 rubles (about $300) for a video she made around the …

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City approves new partnership between Office of the Public Defender and TEMPO

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) – Tallahassee City Commissioners voted unanimously to create a new partnership with the TEMPO program and the Office of the Public Defender in the Second Judicial Circuit. The partnership will allow the Office of the Public Defender to refer clients to the TEMPO program. Over four years, …

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Indiana governor scraps public handgun license, vetoes sports ban for transgender girls

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The governor of Indiana on Monday vetoed a bill banning transgender women from participating in girls’ school sports while signing another eliminating the state’s licensing requirement for carry handguns in public. Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb’s decisions come after both measures faced intense opposition before being approved by …

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Minnesota public defenders reach agreement to avoid strike – WSOC TV

ST. PAUL, Minn. — (AP) — Minnesota public defenders have reached a tentative agreement on the contract, union officials said Saturday, averting a strike that threatened to cripple much of the state’s justice system. Negotiators for union attorneys and the Minnesota Board of Public Defense met with a state mediator …

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Ukraine Says Russia Attacked Mariupol Theater Housing People | Russia–Ukraine War

Russian forces shelled a theater in the besieged city of Mariupol where hundreds of civilians were sheltering, Ukrainian officials said, even as the sides expressed optimism that talks to end the war would continue. war in Ukraine. There was no immediate word on the dead or injured in what the …

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Anti-war protester interrupts Russian newscast | Russo-Ukrainian War

An anti-war protester interrupted a live evening news broadcast on Russian state television, holding up a sign behind the studio presenter saying ‘NO WAR. Stop the war” and “Don’t believe the propaganda”. The act of dissent in Channel One studios on Monday came on the 19th day of Russian President …

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What was it like working for Russian state television

The official was a tall, red-bearded veteran of Russian state-backed news, Mikhail Solodovnikov, who went by Misha. He ran the business through T&R Productions, a limited liability company, which said in a 2017 Foreign Agents Registration Act filing to the Department of Justice that he was the only member and …

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‘Sesame Street’ actor Emilio Delgado dies; beloved handyman Luis was 81

Mr. Delgado joined “Sesame Street” in 1971, in its third season, and remained a mainstay of the cast until he left the show in 2016. A Mexican-American whose youth straddled the southern border of the United States, Mr. Delgado served as a role model for millions of Latino children on …

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Alleged Fake Kidnapping of California Woman Cost Public Hundreds of Thousands, Authorities Say – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

(CNN) — A California woman’s kidnapping claim, which federal prosecutors said was false, has cost the public hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to statements from authorities and court documents. Sherri Papini, who is due in court on Tuesday, disappeared in November 2016, launching a massive search, only for the …

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A fellow South Sider turned a public-access TV show into a full-access Kanye West documentary, ‘Jeen-Yuhs’ – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — From Yeezy to Ye, Kanye West has enjoyed a rollercoaster of success and scrutiny over the past two decades. Filmmaker Coodie Simmons accompanied the trip when it all started in Chicago. He turned his public-access TV show into full-access to produce a critically acclaimed movie, “Jeen-yuhs,” which …

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Bangor Public Library faces unprecedented rise in crime

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) – Since the beginning of the year, the Bangor Public Library has had to repeatedly call the police to deal with people who commit crimes on library grounds. It comes as the city has seen a reduction in some of the services that were available to homeless …

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Discovery Inc., TV Ontario, The Annenberg Channel, Public Broadcasting Service, NASA TV, Dish TV, Tata Sky – Materials Handling

Inasmuch asGrowth Scope Forecast: Educational TV MarketWith so many positive trends shaping the market, there is no doubt that educational television market and you, as a market player, will catch up with other industries by providing an efficient customer experience, improving revenue and being more competitive in the market. Although …

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Nearly half of Biden’s 500 million free COVID tests still unclaimed

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly half of the 500 million free COVID-19 tests the Biden administration recently made available to the public remain unclaimed as virus cases plummet and people feel less the urgency to test. Wild swings in demand have been a subplot of the pandemic, from vaccines to hand …

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The Women’s Takeover Plot on TV

Photo-Illustration: Susanna Hayward; Photos by FX Networks, Getty Images This article was featured in One Great Story, new Yorkof the newsletter on reading recommendations. Sign up here to get it every night. We live in the golden age of the humiliated woman. For Hollywood, at least, what started as a …

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The Three Way Recreation Area is now open to the public

THREE WAY, Tennessee — A project that began in 2016 is now nearing the end of phase one. The Middle Fork Recreation Area at Three Way is expected to provide West Tennessee residents with a place to walk, run, fish and kayak. When complete, the 850-acre recreational area will have …

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Some Minot Public Schools Parents Concerned About Boundary Changes As Part Of District Realignment

MINOT, ND — On Monday night, parents had a chance to share their feedback on future Minot Public School Attendance Zones for all of their schools. This includes the future high school on North Hill and the transformation of downtown Central Campus into a third college. More than 7,500 students …

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First Amendment Fight for Access

The State of Alaska lawsuit against Steven Downs has begun in secret. The Fairbanks trial was held in person, but no one from the public or the press was allowed in the courtroom for any part of the trial due to COVID restrictions and limited seating. Instead, a live stream …

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Georgian public broadcaster denies host censorship claims

The Georgian public broadcaster (GPB) has dismissed censorship claims by its host Imeda Darsalia, whose weekly analytical program New Week has not aired since December due to the broadcaster’s decision to revamp it. In an interview with TV Pirveli, Darsalia said the reorganization was a decision “against” him, alleging attempts …

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Spain mourns worst fishing tragedy in 38 years after sinking of Villa de Pitanxo | Spain

Spain was in mourning for its worst fishing tragedy in nearly 40 years as rescuers warned on Wednesday they were unlikely to find any further survivors of a ship that sank in rough seas off Newfoundland. Search teams have so far confirmed 10 dead and rescued three survivors from a …

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Massachusetts State House Reopens After Nearly 2 Years – Boston News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Boston’s Best

‘I never had a normal school year’: Parents frustrated awaiting decisions on masksA number of school committee meetings are scheduled across the state to decide on next steps. WBZ-TV’s Kristina Rex reports. 4 minutes ago WBZ Evening News Update for February 14, 2022Fatal head-on collision in East Brookfield along Rt. …

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Swiss voters mull public aid plan for newspapers and media – WSOC TV

GENEVA – (AP) – It’s a widespread lament: Traditional newspapers, especially smaller local newspapers, and other outlets have seen their subscriptions dry up as international internet giants swoop in for ads that have long helped daily, weekly and monthly publications survive. In Switzerland, the government has drawn up aid plans. …

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Thomas County Public Health will host a vaccination clinic with incentives

THOMASVILLE, Ga. (WCTV) – The Thomas County Public Health Department will host a free vaccination clinic on February 14 and offer incentives for anyone who wants to roll up their sleeve to get vaccinated. Officials say it’s part of a district-wide effort in 14 counties, hoping to boost vaccination rates. …

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Senator Collins discusses plans with Bangor city officials

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) – Senator Susan Collins met with Bangor city officials Monday at an annual meeting. Officials thanked Collins for federal funding that helped maintain public transit and the airport in Bangor, as well as the Cross Insurance Center to pay off debts. Collins detailed his support for the …

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Sundays With Mike: What I Miss About the 1970s | News

(Shenandoah) – Honestly, I never thought I’d be nostalgic for the 1970s. I don’t consider this decade to be my “wonderful years” in any way. And, by no means am I going to do a thorough review of my school years, because 1) some things have to stay in the …

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Plow issues are responsible for last-minute cancellation at Comstock Public Schools

COMSTOCK TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — Comstock Public Schools students were treated to another day of snow Friday, their third in a row — but for a slightly different reason than the first two. The official announcement fell at 6:57 a.m. on the Facebook pageComstock Public Schools administrators later explaining that …

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WNET Group will bring ATSC 3.0 to New York

Plans are underway to launch the NextGen TV (ATSC 3.0) service in New York and surrounding areas – Nielsen’s No. 1 television market in the United States, encompassing approximately 7.45 million TV households. WNET Group’s WLIW will serve as the host station for ATSC 3.0 broadcasts for the three major …

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Will you need a COVID vaccine booster to travel?

(NerdWallet) – You don’t need a COVID-19 vaccination — better yet a booster shot — to just walk across the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. But tourists and locals alike will soon need full vaccinations, including a booster, in order to take part in some of the city’s most …

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US and Ukraine at odds over threat of Russian invasion

NEW YORK, January 29. /TASS/. Washington and Kiev are at odds over how to interpret information about Russia’s alleged preparations to invade Ukraine, CNN said, citing sources. According to the television network, US President Joe Biden and his advisers “were annoyed by [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky is publicly downplaying the …

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Pat McCrory compared his failure to find a job at Duke University to the segregation of the 1960s

McCrory, who is now running for the US Senate in a Republican primary, instead took a job as a local radio host where he made the comments, which were reviewed by CNN’s KFile as part of a rhetoric preview which he used after leaving office in 2017. McCrory served as …

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Public-private partnership in Cabarrus County center creates affordable, quality child care – WSOC TV

CONCORD, North Carolina — A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday marked the opening of the Lockhart Child Development Center, a unique solution to a challenge facing many families — affordable child care. The collaboration between Cabarrus County, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Cabarrus Chamber of Commerce and All Saints Episcopal Church has fueled …

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Prasar Bharati invites applications for 57 electronic auctions of vacant MPEG-4 slots

The bidding process will start from February 10. January 24, 2022 – 08:48 IST | By the indiantelevision.com team Mumbai: Public broadcaster Prasar Bharati has called for applications for vacant MPEG-4 slots of the DD Free Dish DTH platform for the period 1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023. The …

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Health officials warn of rise in COVID-19 testing scams with surge of Omicron

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – Alex Wehrspann says his mother was tested for COVID-19 at a local clinic and got her results in two days. However, two weeks later, he received a text on his phone addressed to him, which alerted him. “He specifically says her name, and he says, ‘Your …

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Biden plans more public outreach, less legislation – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

WASHINGTON – (AP) – President Joe Biden began his second year in office Thursday with a new focus on making weary Americans believe they are better off under his leadership as he adopts a pared down agenda ahead of the election. mid-term. The lingering coronavirus, rising inflation and deadlock in …

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Forget the TV license – we need to protect our public radio

Perhaps most comparable to the UK, Australia has the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, which in addition to its television production operates 54 local radio stations, four national radio stations, a selection of radio stations in online only and the international radio service Radio Australia. It is directly financed by the government …

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Moscow reserves the right to react if Berlin continues to pressure Russian media – Russian Politics and Diplomacy

MOSCOW, January 17. /TASS/. Russia reserves the right to respond if the German side continues to pressure Russian media working in Germany, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Monday ahead of talks between the two countries’ top diplomats. “If the German side does not abandon the practice of pressuring Russian …

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Police are asking for help locating a man posing as an officer in Kalamazoo

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) — The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety is asking the public to help identify a man who allegedly posed as a police officer Friday night. Around 6 p.m. Friday, Kalamazoo Public Safety Department officers were notified that a man was posing as a police officer and conducting …

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Wyoming superintendent of public instruction resigns after being offered job in Virginia

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow is resigning. In a letter, Balow publicly announced that she would step down after being asked to hold the same post in Virginia under Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin. In the letter, Balow spoke about her accomplishments as superintendent. …

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HPCAC Holds First Public Meeting This Year Discusses HPD Recruitment and HR Practices | News

The HPCAC meeting was held at the North Huntsville Public Library on Tuesday. This is the first in a series of community conversations across the city of Huntsville this year, but it won’t be the last. Click here for a list of upcoming meetings hosted by the Huntsville Police Citizens …

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CPS stalemate with teachers’ union extends to week 2

CHICAGO (AP) – Chicago principals have canceled class on a fourth day in the nation’s third largest district amid negotiations with the teachers’ union over distance learning and other COVID safety protocols -19 did not come to a deal over the weekend. Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools CEO …

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SC Governor Proposes Overhaul of School Funding Formula

by: The Associated Press, Jeffrey Collins Posted: January 8, 2022 / 11:15 a.m. EST / Update: January 8, 2022 / 9:41 a.m. EST FILE – South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster examines data on the spread of COVID-19 in the Kershaw County school district during a discussion with school officials at …

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Popular TV show talks about Aztec gold in Utah. But what is the likelihood of buried treasure, really?

UTAH (ABC4) – Stories of buried treasures have filled our cultural lexicon from the start. From El Dorado, the legendary city of gold, to the Templar treasure, through the treasure of the Blackbeard pirates, these riches have inspired stories handed down from generation to generation, then transformed into fodder for …

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Chicago Public Schools Provide Update on COVID as CTU Expected to Vote on Distance Learning Walkout Tuesday

CHICAGO (WLS) – The Chicago Teachers Union is expected to hold a vote Tuesday night as some members want Chicago public schools to switch to distance learning amid an increase in COVID cases. Meanwhile, the CPS said it would cancel classes for Wednesday if teachers vote to go remotely. The …

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Betty White in ‘Disbelief’ She Was ‘Still Here’ in Last TV Appearance Before Her Death at the 2018 Emmy Awards

BETTY White’s last TV appearance was as memorable as it was. The beloved actress, who died on December 31 at the age of 99, was last seen in 2018, at the 70th Annual Emmy Awards. 5 Betty White made her last appearance on public television in 2018Credit: CBS 5 She …

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What to watch on New Years Eve: movies, TV shows, live events

Start with a pair of New York City roaming movies. “Little Fugitive” (1953) is a rambling fable about a boy who leaves home to spend the day exploring Coney Island. “Downtown 81”, shot in the early 1980s but released in 2000, stars Jean-Michel Basquiat as an artist wandering the streets …

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Public Joint Stock Gazprom: Lighting concept for St. Petersburg TV Tower and architectural concept for third skyscraper at Lakhta Center complex unveiled

New town planning initiatives were presented today at the meeting of the Inter-Agency Council responsible for the implementation of the Cooperation Agreement between St. Petersburg and Gazprom. As part of Gazprom’s large-scale efforts for architectural and artistic lighting of historic sites, central streets and new neighborhoods in the city, a …

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Michigan Supreme Court Considering Increase in Lawyers’ Fees

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden has said the federal government will buy half a billion COVID-19 rapid test kits and distribute them free to people to use at home. But despite strong public demand for testing, it will be several more weeks before these kits are available to ship. …

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MI Dept. of Insurance: Pandemic Mortgage Relief Program Deadline Within One Week

LANSING, Michigan (WLNS) – The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) recalls that the deadline for MiMortgage Relief Partner Program is in a week. “This program was launched in April 2020 and extended into 2021 to ensure that no one facing financial hardship due to COVID-19 loses their …

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Rick Steves speaks with Tri-Cities WA about traveling to Europe

Rick Steves will speak at the Columbia Basin Badgers Club about travel to Europe after COVID-19. Courtesy of Ricksteves.com Kennewick, WA One of America’s leading travel experts will speak to an audience in Tri-City next month on how the COVID pandemic will change when visiting Europe. The Columbia Basin Badger …

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New ‘Getting Dot OLDER’ Public TV Series Starts January 1 | State

HOLDEN, Mass., December 21, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Celestial Media LLC announces the release of the new public television series “getting dot OLDER”, distributed by American Public Television. The presenting station is Northern California Public Media. “getting dot OLDER” (season 1, thirteen half-hour episodes) will be released January 1, …

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Chicago resolution seeks to improve public access to toilets

CHICAGO (AP) – A group of Chicago city council members signed a resolution to improve public access to toilets. The Chicago Tribune reports that 19 aldermen are supporting Alderman Daniel La Spata’s proposal after a review by the newspaper last fall found large sections of the city had little or …

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Governor Gavin Newsom Unveils New State-Wide Public Safety Efforts to Tackle Crime

ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif .– Stung by recent armed robberies that have made headlines, California Governor Gavin Newsom said on Friday he would seek more than $ 300 million in state funding in three years to strengthen law enforcement efforts to combat retail theft. “The issue of crime and violence is …

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Commissioner Mingus Mapps says he has no connection to the People for Portland campaign after a series of flattering ads

Portland City Councilor Mingus Mapps poses outside his home in southwest Portland, Ore., November 16, 2021. Gillian Flaccus / AP It’s no secret that the organizers of People for Portland are less than happy with the performance of the region’s leaders. Since the start of this summer, the political advocacy …

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Revere Public School students to receive COVID test kit before vacation – Boston News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Boston’s Best

Egg supply and cost in 2022 hinged on deal by Massachusetts lawmakersWBZ-TV’s Tiffany Chan reports. 10 minutes ago Woman killed when 19-year-old driver runs red light at Brighton intersection, police sayA 19-year-old man from Randolph faces a number of charges. WBZ-TV’s Zinnia Maldonado reports. 26 minutes ago Revere Public School …

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today in history | National News from the Associated Press

Today in history Today is Monday, December 13, the 347th day of 2021. There are 18 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On December 13, 2000, Republican George W. Bush claimed the presidency a day after the United States Supreme Court terminated further recounts of contested ballots …

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Tammy Slaton throws a temper tantrum at the public pool

Tammy Slaton’s doctors and family have asked her to be more consistent with her exercise program. Sadly, Tammy fought the advice of her support system all the time. In the next episode of 1000-pound sisters, it looks like Tammy is making some progress. With the help of her home nurse, …

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Mobile public security service looking for recruits for the fire and police services | Mobile County Alabama News

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – First responders are always in demand. Mobile Fire-Rescue and Mobile Police both graduated this year. But the recruiting process never stops. “We are constantly hiring,” said Tony McCarron, director of public safety recruiting. “We’re currently building for March one of the largest classes the city of …

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After-school program increases accessibility for students in West Ottawa

HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) – A new program at West Ottawa Public Schools in Holland aims to make sure every student feels like they belong. Panther Pathways is an after-school program specializing in STEM, the arts, and sports at five of the district’s elementary schools. It aims to give students access …

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Russian hackers failed to facilitate espionage efforts, report says

by: The Associated Press, Eric Tucker and Frank Bajak Posted: Dec 6 2021 / 12:30 p.m. EST / Update: Dec 6 2021 / 11:15 a.m. EST FILE – The Kremlin in Moscow, September 29, 2017. The Russian state hacker elite behind last year’s massive SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign have hardly slowed …

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CNN fires Chris Cuomo for role in Andrew Cuomo scandal

As governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo was a leading national figure in the response to the pandemic. Chris Cuomo started interviewing her in prime time, and their teasing jokes and emotional conversations became a hit with viewers. Ratings rose further after Chris Cuomo contracted the virus; he continued to …

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Threats prompt several W. MI districts to close on Friday; over 100 cancellations statewide

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – A day after impersonation threats closed more than 60 schools in the eastern part of the state, the number of school closings jumped to more than 100 districts across State Friday, several of which in western Michigan were closed. of an abundance of caution. Fruitport …

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13 cases of omicron variant in Dutch traveler tests

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) – The Dutch public health authority confirmed on Sunday that 13 people who arrived in the Netherlands on flights from South Africa on Friday have so far tested positive for the news variant of the omicron coronavirus. The 61 people who tested positive for the virus …

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FDA: Merck COVID pill effective, experts will review safety

Federal health regulators say an experimental COVID-19 pill from Merck is effective against the virus, but they will seek advice from outside experts on the risks of birth defects and other potential problems during pregnancy. The Food and Drug Administration released its review of the pill ahead of a public …

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Police search 2 men after accident and attempted hijacking at gunpoint in Sherborn – CBS Boston

SHERBORN (CBS) – State and local police are warning the public to be on the lookout for two gunmen who fled after a crash in Sherborn on Wednesday morning. Massachusetts State Police spokesman Dave Procopio said it all started around 4 a.m. when Hopkinton Police were chasing three men in …

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Family of cyclists killed in hit-and-run call for public help – Boston News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and Boston’s Best

President Biden and the First Lady travel to Nantucket on Tuesday for ThanksgivingWBZ TV’s Kate Merrill reports. 18 minutes ago WBZ TV’s Eric Fisher visits CBS Mornings this weekEric spoke to Liam Martin and Kate Merrill from Times Square on Tuesday morning. 49 minutes ago Fall River police shoot and …

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Illinois seeks return 11 Purple Hearts to their rightful owners

Posted: November 21, 2021 / 3:48 PM CST / Update: November 21, 2021 / 3:48 PM CST SPRINGFIELD, Illinois (AP) – The State of Illinois wants the public to help return nearly a dozen Purple Heart Medals to their rightful owners. The medals are awarded to members of the United …

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Churches partner with Marion County Public Health Department to help people get vaccinated – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – All adults fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can now be boosted by Pfizer or Moderna. The recommendation comes from the CDC, following an earlier decision by the FDA. Some Indianapolis church groups are teaming up with the Marion County Public Health Department to help increase the county’s vaccination …

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New Minneapolis City Council Members Say They Will Answer Call to Address Public Safety Concerns

Orono HS Football prepares for class AAAA semifinals after starting 2-6It has been quite an adventure for the Orono football team. They are preparing to play in the class AAAA semifinals this weekend despite having won just two games before the playoffs start. 41 minutes ago 6:00 p.m. weather reportChris …

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Ted Cruz is angry with Big Bird who gets vaccinated

Every time I see “Ted Cruz responds to (x)” in the news, I prepare to be completely exhausted, or amused, or both. In the case of him (and other conservatives) throwing a daze about Big Bird getting the COVID shot, I’m somewhere between ‘laughing my ass off’ and ‘they can’t …

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