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Crowdsourcing desperately needed medical supplies in coronavirus fight Just a little over a week ago, Mericien Venzon was a typical fourth-year medical student at New York University.

Lugoff-Elgin Middle School faculty and staff surprise students with parade - ABC Columbia KERSHAW COUNTY, – Millions of children are e-learning and for many they are missing the traditional school environment and their teachers.

Raleigh nonprofit uses virtual office visits to protect at-risk patients Raleigh nonprofit uses virtual office visits to protect at-risk patients. It's illegal to ask for a hair or spa appointment at home during the pandemic. North Carolina closes 25 state parks to promote social distancing. WRAL Morning News. WRAL News Brief.

Coronavirus savior or the Wild West of medicine? If drugs can be famous, chloroquine is as close as it comes.Chloroquine, and its derivative hydroxychloroquine.

Tyler Ryan's Monday morning forecast Tyler Ryan's Monday morning forecast.

North Carolina closes 25 state parks to promote social distancing North Carolina closes 25 state parks to promote social distancing. WRAL Morning News. WRAL News Brief. WRAL WeatherCenter Forecast. By Joe Fisher, WRAL reporter. Dozens of North Carolina's state parks are closing as the statewide stay-at-home order takes effect.

Columbia remembers Samantha Josephson one year later Sunday marked one year since Samantha Josephson was kidnapped and killed after getting into a vehicle she thought was her Uber.

It's illegal to ask for a hair or spa appointment at home during the pandemic It's illegal to ask for a hair or spa appointment at home during the pandemic. North Carolina closes 25 state parks to promote social distancing. WRAL Morning News. WRAL News Brief. WRAL WeatherCenter Forecast. By Nia Harden, WRAL reporter.

Editorial: N.C. Chamber, Sen. Berger need to endorse Cooper's 'stay-at-home' order Berger need to endorse Cooper's 'stay-at-home' order. RABBI ERIC SOLOMON: The struggle for intimate faith and compassion amid COVID-19. LESLIE BONEY: Coping with COVID-19 reveals serious broadband gaps. Could the internet fail? Target: No returns for three weeks, and more.

FDA gives anti-malaria drugs emergency approval to treat COVID-19 Food and Drug Administration has issued a limited emergency-use authorization for two drugs to treat COVID-19 patients.

Gaston County man arrested, accused of coughing on fellow store customer - Police in North Carolina have arrested a man they accuse of coughing at a customers at a Walmart store and saying he had COVID-19. The Gaston Gazette reports that Robert Eugene Heffner, 26, of Belmont, was arrested on Friday night.

24 residents test positive for coronavirus at Northampton rest home Target: No returns for three weeks, and more. Target will not accept in-store returns, exchanges. With no customers, Cary spa and wedding venue host blood drive. Coronavirus pandemic creates crisis for daycare workers, expert says. Instacart shoppers plan strike over treatment during COVID-19.

Prisma Health announces furloughs amid coronavirus pandemic Prisma Health says its furloughing employees due to the coronavirus pandemic as the company's CEO made the announcement Friday.

Instacart shoppers plan strike over treatment during COVID-19 Instacart shoppers plan strike over treatment during COVID-19. Raleigh nonprofit uses virtual office visits to protect at-risk patients. It's illegal to ask for a hair or spa appointment at home during the pandemic. North Carolina closes 25 state parks to promote social distancing.

Stimulus check calculator: How much might you receive? The House of representatives passed a $2 trillion stimulus package that President Donald Trump signed into law during COVID-19.

Facebook Invests Additional $100 Million to Support News Industry During Coronavirus Social media giant Facebook is investing $100 million, in addition to its previous spend of $300 million, to support the news industry during the coronavirus pandemic. Around $25 million of the new package will be emergency grant funding for local news via the Facebook Journalism Project.

Roadracing World Young Guns 2020: Jackson Blackmon 24th-Annual Roadracing World Young Gun Honors:. By David Swarts. Roadracing World started this exclusive special feature recognizing the most promising young road racers as an answer to pessimists who claimed America had no new, up-and-coming young racers.

Big Cats, Cults and Murder: Inside the Making of Netflix's 'Tiger King' At the beginning of the new Netflix documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, a strip club proprietor tells the camera, "The big cat people are backstabbing pieces of s**t." The statement sounds both like nonsense and hyperbole. By the end of the seven-part series, it turns out to have been a vast understatement.

The Note: Biden battles perceptions as campaign's pause stirs concerns Even as he moves toward locking down the Democratic nomination, his hold on his party's passions appears to be lagging. in ways that Sen. Bernie Sanders' team has long been warning about. The enthusiasm gap inside the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll is perfect fodder for those with concerns about Biden's candidacy.

James Bradberry brings experience to DB room Bradberry became the Giants’ oldest and most experienced cornerback the instant he signed his contract.

This Couple Kept Arguing About Germs. Here’s How They Stopped. It's hard to do when you're quietly seething about some long-held grudge. I know. I've been married for a long time and seen my share of raw chicken juice in places it doesn't belong. If you can stick to the script, though, the result is a conversation that avoids personal attacks.

COVID-19 UPDATE: 34 deaths; Lamont swings deal for some ventilators as DC delivery rerouted Ned Lamont announced via Twitter this afternoon that an additional 469 residents have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total to 1,993. In addition, 404 have been hospitalized and there have been 34 fatalities. More than 11,900 tests have been performed statewide.

Lawrence and girlfriend announce plans to help Upstate South Carolina, Georgia Now that the NCAA has cleared them to raise money to help the victims and families affected from the COVID-19 crisis, Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his girlfriend, Marissa Mowry, announced their plans moving forward on Saturday.

Wake County contractor reported to work with coronavirus symptoms - A Wake County contractor who has now tested positive for COVID-19 showed up to work while exhibiting symptoms, according to county officials. County officials say the contractor supported public health and clinical services. Over a dozen other healthcare workers were exposed to the infected person.

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