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    NECTAR Sleep's Black Friday sale is coming to an end. You can save 45% off any mattress until midnight tonight. Take a look below for some of the deals you can snap up on mattresses, bedding and bedroom furniture... 1Nectar's Black Friday sale is one to look out for *We may earn revenue if you click the links below and buy the products but we never let this affect our recommendations. Remember, to shop around on Black Friday to make sure you're getting the best price. Save 45% on any mattres with the code NECTARBF45 - here Black Friday Nectar Sleep deals Nectar's Black Friday sale ends at 11.59pm tonight (Cyber Monday). You can save 45% off any mattress and up to 30% off accessories with the code 'NECTARBF45'. Here's some of the best Nectar deals we've spotted. King Size Memory Foam Mattress, £450.45 from Nectar (save £368.55) - buy here King Size Hybrid Mattress, £521.95 from Nectar (save £427.05) - buy here King Size Essential Bundle, £712.72 from Nectar (save £495.28) - buy here King Size...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff BEAVER FALLS, Pa. (KDKA) — Three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Beaver Falls. READ MORE: Proposed Mission Statement Citing Systemic Racism Has Allegheny County Judges Up In ArmsState police say one of the victims was flown to a hospital in Pittsburgh after the crash near 37th Street and 6th Avenue on Wednesday night. #UPDATE A trooper said 3 people were injured in this crash in Beaver Falls, two males and a female. One was transported by helicopter to UPMC Mercy. 2 vehicles involved. Debris & an engine are on the road. I’m told 37th St near 6th Ave will be closed until at least midnight.@KDKA pic.twitter.com/uX5ZPF9zKG — Jessica Guay (@JessicaGuayTV) November 4, 2021 READ MORE: Who Is Ed Gainey, Pittsburgh's 1st Black Mayor?Law enforcement says the road will be closed until at least midnight. MORE NEWS: As Supreme Court Takes On Major Gun-Right Case, Ruling Could Have Significant Impact On Pennsylvania Gun OwnersStay with KDKA for more on this developing story.
    GlaxoSmithKline investor meeting could set up a buyable dip, Jim Cramer says 20 Ways To Spend Less Money at Walmart Summer officially started last Sunday - and the rising temperatures prove it. That's why Prime Day, which is happening for the first time in June, should be all about adding summer essentials to your virtual shopping cart, like iced coffee makers and a flattering swimsuit. It's also a reason to snag the Pelonis Oscillating Tower Fan for just $42 before the two-day shopping event ends tonight.  © Provided by People Amazon Already a favorite of more than 9,100 shoppers, the sleek tower fan emits cool air at three speeds. You'll have the choice of controlling the fan intensity or opting for settings like eco, slumber, and wind model; the first two allow you to conserve energy and minimize noise, while the latter mimics an outdoor breeze by alternating between strong and weak air flows. RELATED: Amazon's Latest Prime Day Discounts Are Even Better Than Yesterday - Shop the 65 Best Deals Before They're Gone    Although Pelonis isn't a household name...
    HARTFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — Businesses in Connecticut are no doubt toasting welcome changes to COVID restrictions. Starting Saturday, the curfew for restaurants will be 12 a.m. READ MORE: Grandparents Of Child With Autism Donate Mobile Sensory Stations To Long Island Hospital: Knowing This Could Calm Him And Other Children Is A Godsend Outdoor restrictions are also being eased, which means customers can order alcohol without buying food. READ MORE: Relaxing COVID Restrictions: Newark Extends Curfew For Bars, Restaurants To Midnight CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC MORE NEWS: 46th Annual Macys Flower Show Getting Ready To Bloom Ask CBS2’s Dr. Max Your Vaccine Questions COVID Vaccine FAQ From CDC Vaccination Sites In New York City | Call 877-VAX-4NYC Track NYC Vaccinations By Zip Code Find A New York City Testing Site Near You Check NYC Testing Wait Times Resources: Help With Unemployment, Hunger, Mental Health & More Remote Learning Tools For Students And Parents At Home Complete Coronavirus Coverage There will also be no limit on table size.
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- At 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, anyone 16 and older in California is eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. IT experts and families throughout the state are preparing for the influx of eligibility."I'm hoping to have a normal senior year," said Tori Balsam-Ashling, who lives in San Carlos and is wrapping up her junior year at Carlmont High School in San Mateo County. Her first step to "normalcy" is finding a vaccine, so the 17-year-old and her mom have a plan for booking an appointment as soon as Tori becomes eligible. "I'm going to stay up until midnight so I can get it when it turns to the 15th and my mom is going to look in the morning."RELATED: 'Keep trying': Advice from the experts on signing up for COVID-19 vaccine as CA expands eligibility"I think we'll probably do some prep work tonight, but I think MyTurn is always good. These bigger sites tend to have more appointments available," explained her mom, Kimberly Balsam.Myturn.ca.gov, the state's vaccine scheduling site, will open to millions more Californians Thursday."We...
    New York bars and restaurants will soon be able to stay open until midnight beginning next week, pushing back the current 11 p.m. COVID-19 curfew, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday. The slight loosening of restrictions will take effect on Monday, when catered events in the Empire State can also party on until 1 a.m. — an hour later than the current mandated end to such gatherings, the governor told reporters during a conference call. Outdoor auto and horse races will also be permitted to open to fans at 20 percent capacity on April 23, he said. Spectators will be required to wear a mask, and to provide proof of a negative test or completed vaccinations, Cuomo said.  But Cuomo cautioned New Yorkers not to get “cocky” about COVID-19 as vaccination numbers rise and positivity rates inch downward.  “The disease is still very much with us,” he said. “We have to stay smart until COVID is crushed.”
    More On: Coronavirus in NY More NYC parents sue DOE for return to in-person classes Sliwa breaks mask rules as he rails against subway crime COVID hospitalizations for older NYers cut in half since vaccinations began Team Biden halts J&J vaccine — and a return to normal New York bars and restaurants will soon be able to stay open until midnight beginning next week, pushing back the current 11 p.m. COVID-19 curfew, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday. The slight loosening of restrictions will take effect on Monday, when catered events in the Empire State can also party on until 1 a.m. — an hour later than the current mandated end to such gatherings, the governor told reporters during a conference call. Outdoor auto and horse races will also be permitted to open to fans at 20 percent capacity on April 23, he said. Spectators will be required to wear a mask, and to provide proof of a negative test or completed vaccinations, Cuomo said.  But Cuomo cautioned New Yorkers not to get “cocky” about COVID-19 as vaccination numbers...
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — It’s a humid blustery day in North Texas. Strong winds out of the south will continue to gust close to 40 MPH Tuesday and Tuesday night. Temperatures will rise to about 80 degrees (more typical of early May than early April) despite the cloud cover. READ MORE: Texas Mother Madison McDonald Admits Killing Daughters, Age 1 And 6 A cold front is set to arrive Wednesday morning sweeping away the high humidity. Some fast moving showers are not out of the question Wednesday morning for the Metroplex as the front moves through. There could be some strong storms at the eastern edge of the DFW area by late morning as the front heads east. READ MORE: Son Inspires Texas Mother Hannah Lowe To Raise $2M For Research Into Rare, Fatal Genetic Condition Highs Wednesday will be around 80 with brisk northwest winds and afternoon sunshine. Rain chances return Friday but this weekend looks dry and warm. Rain chances return again on Monday next week. MORE NEWS: Schools Across Texas Suspend Online STAAR Testing After Continued Technical...
    D.C. restaurants can start serving alcohol until midnight again for both indoor and outdoor dining starting on Monday. Establishments that serve alcohol can resume serving beverages to customers daily from 6 a.m. to midnight, according to an order by Mayor Muriel Bowser and an emergency decision from the city’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. On-site alcohol sales were previously limited to between the hours of 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. everyday, as a precaution to cut down the spread of COVID-19. Restaurants could stay open until midnight, but only to serve food. The changes go into effect at 5 a.m. Monday. The order reminds alcohol license holders that a prepared food menu with at least three options must be made available during operating hours and at least one prepared food item per party must be purchased for on-site dining and/or per order for carryout and delivery. Additional Phase 2 limits remain in effect for D.C. restaurants, including no more than 25% capacity for indoor dining. Valerie Bonk Valerie Bonk started working at WTOP in 2016 and has lived in Howard County,...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Winds may gust 40-50 mph this evening ahead of our cold front. (Credit: CBS 2) (Credit: CBS 2) The best rain chance is from midnight to daybreak. (Credit: CBS 2) (Credit: CBS 2) There will be a few leftover showers around Thursday, but the best organized precipitation lines up along the front as it crosses our area Wednesday night. (Credit: CBS 2) The low for Wednesday night is 54. The high Thursday is 59, and the high Friday is 53 with sunny skies. (Credit: CBS 2)
    Their motto is “Warm cookies delivered crazy late,” and during this pandemic era, when so many late-night eateries have had to curtail their hours, that service could come in handy. Insomnia Cookies has opened in downtown San Jose, with freshly baked cookie delivery and in-store purchases until midnight every day. Later hours are expected in the coming months. Then-student Seth Berkowitz dreamed up the idea in 2003 in a dorm room at the University of Pennsylvania. Insomnia since has expanded to 186 locations, including near college campuses in Davis, Irvine, Chico and San Luis Obispo. Customers can select from nine freshly baked “classic” varieties (Chocolate Chunk, Snickerdoodle, Double Chocolate Chunk, Sugar, M&M, Double Chocolate Mint, Oatmeal Raisin, Peanut Butter Chip and White Chocolate Macadamia) or upgrade to one of the six “deluxe” varieties (S’mores, Peanut Butter Cup, Triple Chocolate Chunk, Confetti, Salted Caramel and Oatmeal Chocolate Walnut). Seasonal flavors — Red Velvet for Valentine’s Day and Caramel Apple Cinnamon for fall — also join the lineup. For St. Patrick’s Day, Insomnia is now baking the Irish Potato Cookie, a snickerdoodle...
    It’s 1 p.m. at the Australian Open on a beautiful, sunny Friday afternoon in Melbourne, but no one’s eyes are on the tennis. Everyone is glued to their phones as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announces the entire state will be plunging into a snap five-day lockdown at midnight because of a COVID-19 outbreak. All of Victoria’s population must remain inside with limited exemptions to go outside including essential shopping and exercise, but the Australian Open will go on with no crowds. MORE: Australian Open to go on without fans The situation presents a huge problem for people who have traveled from interstate to watch the world’s best tennis players duke it out. People can be seen frantically scrolling through airline websites looking for flights and trying to weigh up their options with the limited information they have. Canberra resident and tennis enthusiast Alex Salcedo is sitting at Margaret Court Arena and immediately panics with his flight back to the ACT not scheduled to depart Melbourne until Monday. “How do I get home to Canberra by midnight tonight?” he asks me. All available...
    ANTELOPE VALLEY (CBSLA) – A high wind warning is in effect until midnight Thursday evening. Damaging winds could blow down trees and power lines during that time, the National Weather Service warned. Areas in the Antelope Valley, including Lancaster and Palmdale, could see south winds 30 to 45 miles per hour, with gusts up to 75 miles per hour, the N.W.S. said. People in the area are likely to experience power outages. Dangerous road conditions will make travel difficult during that time. A mountain wave has set up over the San Gabriel Mountains, causing very strong winds to occur across the adjacent foothills in the Antelope Valley, the N.W.S. added. The strongest winds are expected in areas south of Highway 138. Pearblossom has already seen wind gusts up to 80 miles per hour, blowing dust and small rocks, according to a N.W.S. spotter.
    The deadline for President Donald Trump to make good on his veto threat of a massive Defense spending bill is approaching.  The president has until midnight to veto the National Defense Authorization Act, which, among other things, includes a provision to rename 10 military bases named after Confederate figures.   On Tuesday night, Trump shocked Washington by seemingly threatening to veto the massive spending and COVID-19 stimulus bill that passed through both houses Monday with bipartisan support.  President Donald Trump has until midnight to make good on his veto threat to turn down a massive Defense bill The bill, among other things, renames military bases that are named after Confederate figures, like Fort Bragg Another one of the bases, Fort Lee, is named after Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee. Overall, the bill will rename 10 bases  The president filmed a brief statement in which he complained about the $600 stimulus checks not being big enough. He also was angered by the amount of foreign aid and pet projects in the government funding portion of the bill.   Now lawmakers are...
    MUTANT Covid may already be tearing unnoticed through Europe because surveillance on the continent is so poor, experts warn. British scientists have analysed more samples from Wales in the past week than France has done during the whole pandemic. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Experts have warned that the new strain could already have spread through Europe 3 Researchers study the genome of around one in ten lab-confirmed cases in the UK, compared with just 1 in 100 in Europe. It means the UK is far better placed to spot potentially lethal changes to the bug and track its movements across the country. The new variant was first spotted from a sample in Kent in September but experts say it remains possible it originated abroad. It comes as Spain today banned British travellers from travelling to the country. Spain had wanted to wait for a unanimous decision from the EU but no agreement was reached in Brussels last night, prompting Spanish authorities to act alone. 3   It has said it will...
    All products recommended by News Brig are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. If you buy something through one of the links on this page, we may earn an affiliate commission. Pricing and availability are accurate as of the time of publication but are subject to change. Now might be a good time to pick up Apple’s M1 Mac mini — if you’re willing to act quickly. B&H Photo is selling the base 8GB RAM, 256GB storage configuration of the tiny desktop for $639, or $60 below its official price. You can get $50 off a model with 512GB of storage, too. The sale only lasts until 11:59PM Eastern on December 22nd and is confined to “limited supply at this price,” so don’t hesitate if you’re committed to a purchase. Buy Mac mini (M1) at B&H Photo – $639
    THE mutant strain of the coronavirus detected in Britain could already be circulating in the US and may even have originated in the country, scientists have said. The new strain, thought to be up to 70 per cent more infectious than the original, was first detected in London earlier this month and has now been identified in at least six other territories around the world. 2The mutant strain of the coronavirus detected in Britain could already be in the US, scientists have saidCredit: EPA 2Former FDA head Dr. Scott Gottlieb said a travel ban probably wouldn't help the new strain spreading in the US The news prompted Prime Minister Boris Johnson to cancel a planned relaxation of coronavirus restriction over Christmas, and some 40 countries have now imposed bans on UK flights. The US has so far not followed suit, although on Monday Assistant Secretary for Health Brett Giroir said that "everything [is] on the table". Speaking to CNBC last night, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, a former head of the Food and Drug Administration, a travel ban could stop...
    The UK has been cut off from large parts of Europe and other countries around the world - as authorities imposed bans on passengers due to a mutant coronavirus strain. Among the authorities imposing travel restrictions on passengers from the UK are: France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Turkey, Canada and Hong Kong. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Italy is one of the number of countries to have placed a travel ban on the UK Credit: Photolibrary RM - Getty Ministers also debated a temporary ban on travel from Great Britain to Northern Ireland because of the new Covid variant, with further discussions expected today. While experts do not believe the new variant of the virus -- one of several -- is more lethal or will affect the impact of vaccines, it may be up to 70 percent more transmissible, according to early data from the UK. The European Union's crisis team was to meet today to discuss a coordinated response to the new...
    David Frost and his co-negotiator Michel Barnier have been given until midnight tonight – Shutterstock Brexit negotiations are continuing as EU and UK officials scurry to complete a trade deal before today’s deadline. MEPS told Michel Barnier last week that he and David Frost’s teams had until midnight tonight (Sunday) to get a deal, or they would refuse to ratify it.  However a extraordinary session has been scheduled for December 28, suggesting today’s red line could turn pink yet again.  Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, told Sky News that talks could now run until Christmas.  He said: “Talks are continuing. The EU have put in a deadline of having them concluded by Christmas. We want a positive conclusion, but unfortunately the EU have put in some unreasonable demands.” ​Follow the latest updates below. 10:36 AM Britain and EU can agree ‘mini’ deals to ease chaos of no-deal, says Michael Gove Britain and the European Union can agree on a series of “mini unilateral” deals to ease any chaos if no trade deal can be agreed by the end of this month,...
    NHC director Ken Graham explaining the 1 p.m. Wednesday intermediate advisory on Tropical Storm Eta. See below for a link to the video.NWSNHC/Facebook On Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m., Tropical Storm Eta’s heaviest bands were moving through Sarasota and Manatee counties. WFTS meteorologist Denis Phillips wrote that the worst winds of the storm—which, on Wednesday, went from a tropical storm to a hurricane before being downgraded again—will occur between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m. in Tampa Bay. In its 1 p.m. update, the National Hurricane Center (pictured above, watch here) expected Eta to reach Florida’s west coast by Thursday morning and exit Florida into the Atlantic Ocean by Thursday afternoon. Philips (whose famous “Rule No. 7” is “Don't freak out, until i tell you to freak out”) urged his followers to stay put, adding that heavy rains and flooding will likely continue until Thursday morning. Most areas, he said, will see winds of 45 mph-55 mph.  And while low tide is set for Wednesday afternoon, Philips said that the evening’s high tide and heavy rains will raise concerns about storm...
    President Donald Trump held a late-night rally in Florida on Sunday night, which appeared to last until about 1 a.m., despite a midnight curfew in place for the area. Thousands of his supporters descended upon Miami-Opa locka Executive airport, located about 14 miles north of downtown Miami, in support of the president who ended a busy day of campaigning by making a final pitch to Florida voters. "We're going to have an even bigger victory. Get out there and vote," Trump told the crowd. "We're going to have a bigger victory. And I don't know if you found out you've been here a long time. I hope the music was good. I hope life was good. Everything was good. That's a good looking crowd. Good looking people, I will say." TRUMP'S COMMENT AT RALLY RAISES SPECULATION ABOUT FAUCI'S FUTURE AT NIAID President Donald Trump leaves his campaign rally at Opa-Locka Executive Airport, early Monday, Nov. 2, 2020, in Opa-Locka, Fla. (AP Photo/Jim Rassol) The packed "Make America Great Again Victory Rally" took place in Miami-Dade County, which has been described as the...
    SAN JOSE (KPIX) — After complaints over patrol officers closing late-night restaurants, San Jose has agreed to allow some downtown restaurants to serve customers on city streets until midnight. This follows a kerfuffle over the weekend in which police shut several restaurants down in the middle of service, saying the businesses were violating their permit to serve past 10 p.m. “It was definitely a surprise to all of us,” said Rachel Kaiser, General Manager of District. The officers were correct on the letter of the law, but restaurants in the Al Fresco program had been operating in what they considered a harmless gray area. “Some of us on the block got closed down a little earlier than we did. But we definitely were not expecting law enforcement to come here in the middle of our service and surprise us like that,” Kaiser said. By Monday, restaurants were complaining to City Hall saying their survival is at stake. “Many are teetering on the brink here, some may call it quits,” said Nate LeBlanc of the San Jose Downtown Association. “Anything the...
    Downtown San Jose restaurants and businesses are expressing dismay and frustration with San Jose officials after police ordered several restaurants to shut down their outdoor dining service early Saturday night. Restaurants on San Pedro Street in downtown were paid a surprise visit Saturday night by members of the San Jose Police Department’s new downtown patrol team who informed the restaurants — after months of operating under normal business hours — that the city’s Al Fresco program required that they wrap up service to customers in public outdoor spaces by 10 p.m. The street, which is one of the downtown area’s most popular nightlife centers, was closed off to vehicular traffic earlier this summer under the city’s Al Fresco program to allow restaurants there to open up more tables for outdoor dining. “We’ve never had cops come in and try to shut that down yet,” said Rachel Kaiser, general manager of District, a restaurant and bar on San Pedro Street. “Of course, we’re all just trying to get as many sales as we can, and closing something down on a busy...
              A federal Judge extended Virginia’s voter registration deadline Wednesday morning after the system experienced statewide outages from a severed fiber cable on Tuesday. The deadline for Virginians to register to vote is now Thursday at 11:59 p.m. On Tuesday evening, litigation was filed by a lawyer representing the New Virginia Majority, Virginia Civic Engagement Table and the League of Women Voters of Virginia seeking emergency injunctive relief on the claims that voters’ rights were violated when they were unable to register before the deadline. The lawsuit was brought against the Virginia Department of Elections (VDOE) and Virginia State Board of Elections and Commissioners. Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, whose office represented the defendants, posted a photo to Twitter Tuesday night of a brief he filed asking the court to extend the deadline. Herring wrote: “We need to make up for the time lost today. We have 21 days until the most important election of our lifetimes and I want to make sure every eligible Virginian who wants to vote can.” ????BREAKING???? Ive filed...
    Aracely Diaz was at home with her husband and kids when the email arrived, announcing that Disney would lay off 28,000 workers. Diaz has worked as a housekeeper at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California for 19 years. So had her husband, Micael Diaz. The next morning, the couple woke up at 6:30 in the morning, got in their car, and sped north on the I-5 to Sacramento. “It was a shock—we weren’t expecting this,” the 48-year-old said in Spanish. “But we told our kids, ‘Hey, we’re going to go out there. We’re doing this because we want to fight for ourselves. We have to make sure that our jobs are protected.’” By mid-afternoon, they had joined a dozen of their coworkers at a large caravan processing around the State Capitol. Members of CLUE—Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice— had arranged a vigil to last through the night. Gov. Gavin Newsom had until midnight PT tonight (Sept. 30) to decide on a bill that would determine thousands of jobs statewide. If passed, Assembly Bill 3216, nicknamed the Right to...
    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has extended the operating hours of cafes and restaurants from 10:00 p.m. to midnight while allowing them to operate at 50% capacity starting July 26, the cabinet said in a statement on Wednesday. The operating hours of stores, including malls, were also extended until 10:00 p.m., the statement said. Egypt had reduced operating hours in its initial reopening phase to limit public gatherings and curb the spread of the coronavirus. (Reporting by Momen Saeed Atallah, Writing by Nadine Awadalla, Editing by Chris Reese) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
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