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    The Texas Republican who cast the only vote from the party in favor of the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act said in a now-deleted tweet that he "accidentally pressed the wrong button," a report said. The House voted along party lines Wednesday to pass the measure, a Democrat-backed bill that seeks to enact sweeping police reform following Floyd’s death during an encounter with police in Minneapolis last May. Rep. Lance Gooden took to Twitter shortly after the vote to mention the mistake and to alert followers that he "changed the official record to reflect my opposition to the partisan George Floyd Policing Act." HOUSE PASSES BILL ON SWEEPING ELECTION REFORM The Hill was the first to report on the tweet. REPUBLICAN STUDY COMMITTEE HITS BACK AT DEMOCRATS' HR 1 ELECTION BILL "I have arguably the most conservative/America First voting record in Congress!" he tweeted later. "Of course I wouldn’t support the...
    MONTCLAIR, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The Negro Leagues not only innovated America’s pastime, it captivated audiences, and now the star power of its players is finally getting its rightful place in the record books. The centennial anniversary of the Negro Leagues was celebrated in 2020. READ MORE: Black History Is Our History: New Initiative Launched In New Jersey Aims To Bring Soccer Into Underserved Neighborhoods “It was faster. It was more daring … a different kind of athleticism that was going on on the field that you didn’t see as often in Major League Baseball,” said Eve Schaene, executive director of the Yogi Berra Museum. The story of ingenuity, resilience and sheer talent is now on display at the Yogi Berra Museum in Montclair. Click here for more about the Yogi Berra Museum. The exhibit is on loan from the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. “If...
    Plymouth, Massachusetts–(Newsfile Corp. – February 17, 2021) – Plymouth Rock Technologies Inc. (CSE: PRT) (OTCQB: PLRTF) (FSE: 4XA) (WKN# A2N8RH) (“Plymouth Rock“, “PRT“, or the “Company“), a leader in developing threat detection and unmanned technologies, is pleased to announce that the United Nations (UN) mission in Somalia, using a PRT drone on a routine return delivery, broke the existing beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone delivery record. Plymouth Rock believes that this flight has set an additional new record for complete ’round trip’ autonomous delivery capability. On February 10, 2021, between 09.00 and 09.30 ZULU, a PRT delivery drone, in service with the UN, delivered a 6.5kg agricultural load in a 22.20km round trip flight in Somalia. The mission was completed in 30 minutes, with the drone flying outbound into a 35km headwind, at an average flying height of 400ft. The drone took off, reached its destination, dispatched...
    (CBS4)– This weekend’s record cold had some smaller utilities across Colorado asking their customers to conserve resources. The cold and ice started to affect the functionality of wind turbines and solar fields which resulted in a natural gas shortage for some smaller utilities in the state. (credit: Omaha Public Power District) Both the Platte River Power Authority in Northern Colorado and Mountain Parks Electric asked customers to conserve power to make sure everyone had enough to stay warm on Sunday. Denver’s official low temperature Monday morning was -17 degrees which is 35 degrees below normal but not quite a record. The record low for Denver on February 15 is -20 set in 1881. Still, it is the coldest temperature in Denver since December 30, 2015 when the official thermometer for the city dropped to -19 degrees.
    New York : Leo Messi, the tireless blaugrana. Photo: Andreu Dalmau / EFE Lionel messi jumped as a starter to the Camp Nou in the duel against him Alaves and with this he added his 505th meeting in La Liga with the Barcelona, a historical figure, because nobody has more parties than him now. His former partner Xavi Hernández He was the absolute owner of this brand, but from today he will share it with Messi for a few days, only a few days, since next Sunday February 21 “La Pulga” will be able to break the mark if Ronald Koeman doesn’t seat him on the bench. And not only that, since The next record that Leo will be able to break very soon is that of the most official matches with the Blaugrana shirt, which still belongs to Xavi himself, with 767 appearances. #OJOALDATO...
    President Joe Biden has named Robert Malley as special U.S. envoy for Iran, a senior official said on Thursday, in a move critics say is likely to be warmly applauded by the Islamic Republic’s rulers. Under former President Barack Obama, Malley, then a national security official, was one of the most enthusiastic proponents of the Iran deal, an agreement former President Donald Trump abandoned in 2018 after describing it as “defective at its core.” The former Clinton staffer was also initially kicked off of Obama’s first presidential campaign after reports emerged he had met with members of the Hamas terror group, as Breitbart News reported. Now he has returned thanks to the Biden adminsitrations desire to engage with Tehran under the strategic template set down by Obama. “Secretary Blinken is building a dedicated team, drawing from clear-eyed experts with a diversity of views. Leading that team as our Special Envoy...
    A team of Uttar Pradesh police on Thursday visited the Mumbai residence of Ali Abbas Zafar, the director of the controversial web series ‘Tandav’, and served a notice to him, asking him to appear before the investigating officer in Lucknow on January 27, an official said. The UP police team is in city to conduct a probe into the case registered in Lucknow against the makers and cast of the web series, the official said. “Zafar was not available at his residence when the police team went there and the door of his house was locked. Therefore, they pasted a notice in the premises,” the police official said. Tandav: Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub’s Mahadev Act in Amazon Prime Series Gets Axed After the Outrage “As per the notice, Zafar has been asked to appear before the UP police in Lucknow to record his statement at 10 am on January 27,” he...
    The United Kingdom reached its daily record of deaths from covid-19, registering another 1,610 deaths related to the disease in the last 24 hours, the highest number since the pandemic broke out, according to official data released on Tuesday. The public health body Public Health England reported another 33,355 new coronavirus infections at the same time, a figure lower than the one reported on Monday of 37,535. In a statement, the official source also indicated that to date a total of 4,266,577 citizens of this country have already received the first dose of the vaccine against covid-19, which represents an increase of 204,076 compared to the released figures. Yesterday. The updated figures thus bring the total number of deaths from the virus in the United Kingdom since the beginning of the crisis to 91,470, while the number of positive cases is now 3,466,849. Public Health England published this data...
    Arkansas this week hit a new record for the active number of coronavirus cases in the state, according to official estimates.  The state on Thursday reported some 25,984 active cases of COVID-19, an increase of 892 from the day prior.  Overall, Arkansas on Thursday has seen an estimated 245,916 cases of the novel virus, an increase of 3,323 from the day before.  Additionally, the virus has claimed some 3,926 lives in the state, per official estimates.  CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE "It is critical that we all work together to protect ourselves and our neighbors as this virus steadily spreads across Arkansas," said Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, in a statement.  The news comes as the U.S. on Thursday surpassed 4,000 daily coronavirus deaths, the highest number since the outbreak first started. Madeline Farber is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @MaddieFarberUDK.
    DENVER (CBS4) – When it comes to the weather in the year 2020, most people in Colorado will remember how dry it was around the state. Widespread drought developed and fueled several intense wildfires which broke records for size. At Denver International Airport a total of 8.74 inches of rain and melted snow was recorded during 2020. When you follow Denver’s official weather station through history and look at all of the official numbers since 1871, the year 2020 will rank as the eighth driest on record. Wildfire smoke as seen on Independence Pass in October. (credit: CBS) The site of Denver’s former official weather station, which is located where the old Stapleton Airport was, recorded 9.67″ of precipitation during 2020. That ranks as the 5th driest year on record for that particular site, which began maintaining data in 1950. The lack of a monsoon season during 2020...
    LIONEL MESSI beat Pele's record of 643 goals for a single club this evening, with a typically composed strike against Real Valladolid. The Argentine had matched the figure on Saturday, during his side's 2-2 draw with Valencia. 4Lionel Messi slotted home in the 65th minuteCredit: AP:Associated Press 4The Argentine was quick to thank his team-mate Pedri for the exquisite assistCredit: AP:Associated Press And goal No644 came in a much-needed 3-0 victory over lowly Valladolid. With his side already leading 2-0, thanks to first-half efforts from Clement Lenglet and Martin Braithwaite, Messi received a smart backheel from Pedri in the 65th minute. The 33-year-old took it perfectly into his stride, before slotting an unstoppable left-footed effort beyond the helpless goalkeeper. Messi achieved the feat in his 749th outing for the Blaugrana. Pele, however, may privately refute the achievement - having claimed to have scored 1,283 goals during his illustrious career. But...
    (CNN)Josh Gibson, one of the greatest sluggers in the history of the Negro Leagues, could become big league baseball's single-season batting average record holder with the .441 mark he set 77 years ago. That's because Major League Baseball this week sought to correct a longstanding wrong by recognizing the Negro Leagues as its equivalent and counting the statistics and records of thousands of Black players as part of the game's storied past. The announcement came during the centennial celebration of the founding of the Negro Leagues, which showcased larger-than-life figures such as Gibson and Leroy "Satchel" Paige, a pitching legend who made his MLB debut in 1948 at the age of 42. One hundred years on: Remembering the forgotten Black heroes of baseballThe long overdue acknowledgment quickly prompted speculation over the decision's impact on the record books. Will Gibson become the new "home run king," surpassing Barry Bonds' career...
    Negro leagues have a rich and glorious history. With so many league players in the Baseball Hall of Fame, and with widespread acknowledgment that stars such as Satchel Baiz and Josh Gibson would have easily dominated their premiers if they had come together, the leagues are often considered synonymous with importance. On Wednesday, Major League Baseball created that authority, and Commissioner Rob Manfred announced that the seven Negro leagues that operated between 1920 and 1948 would be recognized as the official major leagues, and their records and figures were calculated in the baseball record books. “We have all known for a long time that we love baseball and the Negro Leagues have created success in the face of many of the best players in our game, innovations and injustices,” Manfred said in a statement. “We are now grateful to be able to count the players of the Negro leagues wherever...
    Major League Baseball’s reclassification Wednesday of the Negro Leagues will correct “a longtime oversight in the game’s history” and officially recognize players and statistics from much of that segregated era. MLB elevated the Negro Leagues to major-league status on the centennial of its official origination in 1920 — and now will add stats and records of more than 3,400 players from 1920 through 1948 to baseball’s official history. “All of us who love baseball have long known that the Negro Leagues produced many of our game’s best players, innovations and triumphs against a backdrop of injustice,” MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement Wednesday. “We are now grateful to count the players of the Negro Leagues where they belong: as Major Leaguers within the official historical record.” The Negro Leagues consisted of seven leagues during that timeframe and continued for several years following Jackie Robinson’s breaking of the color...
    More On: mlb MLB investigating wife’s domestic abuse accusations against former All-Star Cleveland Indians name change won’t happen for a while ESPN landing MLB rights to playoff round that doesn’t yet exist Cleveland Indians dropping controversial team name Major League Baseball’s reclassification Wednesday of the Negro Leagues will correct “a longtime oversight in the game’s history” and officially recognize players and statistics from much of that segregated era. MLB elevated the Negro Leagues to major-league status on the centennial of its official origination in 1920 — and now will add stats and records of more than 3,400 players from 1920 through 1948 to baseball’s official history. “All of us who love baseball have long known that the Negro Leagues produced many of our game’s best players, innovations and triumphs against a backdrop of injustice,” MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement Wednesday. “We are now grateful to count...
    By Sakura Murakami and Yoshifumi Takemoto TOKYO (Reuters) - Even as coronavirus infections in Japan hit record highs and government support ratings slipped, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga defended a government tourism campaign, defying experts and denying links to the spread of the virus.     Until Monday.     In a stunning about-face on a policy aimed at helping small businesses that he took credit for when assuming the premiership in September, Suga said he would halt the subsidy programme over the year-end, the latest wrangle to mar his first months in power. The decision was likely prompted by another steep drop in opinion polls over the weekend, showing respondents highly critical of Suga's handling of the pandemic and, for the first time, those against the government outnumbering those in favour. The events mark a dramatic reversal in the fortunes of a man who came to power with the aura of an...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The year 2020 will be remembered for so many things when are taking a look back at history several years from now. In addition to the pandemic and the election our nation was hit with a lot of extreme weather. A massive drought developed over much of the western United States which helped fuel massive wildfires, many of which set new all-time records for size in states including Colorado and California. Many large cities in the west have recorded less than 10 inches of water for the year, and some are under 5 inches, such as Phoenix and Las Vegas. As of early December nearly 3/4 of the state of Colorado was classified as being in either extreme or exceptional drought. The rest of the state is in either moderate or severe drought. In Denver the city’s official weather station, which is located at Denver...
    KEY WEST (CBSMiami/FKNB) — Some Florida Keys residents staged a ceremonial burning of hurricane warning flags Monday evening to mark the official Nov. 30 end of the record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. According to National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration data, the 2020 season spawned 30 named storms including 13 hurricanes, making it the busiest on record. The 2020 season quickly exhausted the 21-name Atlantic list when Tropical Storm Wilfred formed on Sept. 18. For only the second time in history, the Greek alphabet was used to name storms for the remainder of the season, extending through the ninth name on the list, Iota. The  season produced the most storms on record, surpassing the 28 from 2005 that marked the second-highest number of hurricanes on record, NOAA officials said. Following a blast blown on a conch shell, a symbol of the Florida Keys, speakers remembered people recovering from hurricanes that pummeled...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thursday marked another day of record-breaking COVID-19 case numbers in Minnesota as health officials reported more than 7,228 new infections in the last 24 hours. Additionally, 39 more deaths were recorded. This is a second day in a row that pandemic records were broken in Minnesota. On Wednesday, the state documented its highest daily death count with 56 fatalities. The state’s death toll currently stands at 2,793. Over the last week, Minnesota has seen an explosion of new cases, with daily new case counts rising higher and higher. Thursday’s count was the first time new infections breached the 7,000-case threshold. Since Monday, more than 20,000 Minnesotans have tested positive for COVID-19. On Wednesday, Gov. Tim Walz told MPR News that Minnesota’s positivity rate is currently around 20%, meaning that one in five people who get tested find out they have the virus. According to...
    The hunting season just started, but records may already be broken. A hunter from West Virginia is hopeful that he may have set a new record after taking down a 12-point buck. It will still take some time for an official measurement to come in, however, which means no official record can be made until then. Per Jody Dalton who joined me this morning on West Virginia Outdoors to talk about his big buck. Here is the link to... Posted by Chris Lawrence on Saturday, November 7, 2020 Jody Dalton took down the potentially-record-breaking whitetail deer while bow hunting in Wyoming county in West Virginia, West Virginia Metro News reports. The previous record was reportedly set in 2014 in McDowell County. UTAH VOTES TO MAKE HUNTING AND FISHING CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT: 'PART OF WHO WE ARE' Dalton spoke with a local radio station, explaining that he recognized that the buck could be a...
    DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Monday reported a record 440 COVID deaths in the past 24 hours, pushing the death toll in the Middle East's worst-hit country to 35,738 as a ban on travel in and out of major cities came into force. The government has shut schools, mosques, shops and restaurants in most of the country since early October and on Monday imposed a four-day ban on travel in and out of 25 cities, including Tehran, state TV reported. Iranian state media said that the government will make a decision on a complete, two-week lockdown in the capital. It did not elaborate. Health Ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari told state TV that 8,289 COVID-19 cases had been registered in the previous 24 hours, taking the national tally to 628,780. Iran announced its first two deaths from the coronavirus on Feb. 19. The head of Iran’s Medical Council, Mohammadreza Zafarghandi,...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota is coming off of one its worst weeks of positive COVID cases, breaking a record of more than 3,000 new cases in one day. On Sunday, the Minnesota Health Department surpassed 150,000 total cases. As COVID cases continue to hit new highs, some are questioning if another stay-at-home order is in our future. Andy Slavitt, a former Obama Administration health care official, who lives in Minnesota, says a full shutdown is not necessary. He says some businesses can operate safely with people spread out, while others cannot. “There are places that aren’t safe and those are places we should focus on until this thing gets better like bars, perhaps churches, certain warehouses and factories,” said Slavitt. Slavitt is most concerned about upcoming Thanksgiving celebrations. “The reality is we have college kids flying all over the country,” said Slavitt, “and it’s going to be quite dangerous.” Slavitt...
    Getty Cole Tracy #36 of the LSU Tigers celebrates during the second half against the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Tiger Stadium on October 20, 2018 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. A record-setting kicker who helped lift LSU to a 2018 Fiesta Bowl victory could become the backup plan for the Green Bay Packers this weekend at home. According to the NFL’s list of visits and workouts, the Packers hosted Cole Tracy — who kicked a single-season record of 29 fields during his lone season for the Tigers — for a tryout on Thursday with veteran kicker Mason Crosby dealing with calf and back issues. The Packers also worked out former Chicago Bears tight end Dax Raymond, punter Johnny Townsend and long snappers Joe Fortunato and Colin Holba on Thursday; though, their tryouts with the team made official until Friday’s release from the NFL. Before @JoeyB became an @LSUfootball legend,...
    Pennsylvania, which is emerging as one of the most critical battleground states in the November election, could see a record-number of voters cast their ballots this year. “We think that our total voter registration may be at an all-time high,” Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said during a press conference this week. About 8,908,777 people have registered to vote, Boockvar said, including 4,175,532 Democrats and 3,459,627 Republicans. About 875,191 had no affiliation or identified as independents, and 398,427 identified as other. Nearly 2.5 million people are expected to vote by mail, according to Boockvar, who noted that this was the total amount of mail-in and absentee ballots that were expected to be approved. About 1.5 million people voted by mail in the primary, so that is an increase of around 1 million applications since June. More than 2.3 million ballots have already been mailed or are in the process...
    In a record year for lousy air quality, a new standard was set after the Bay Area Air Quality Management District on Thursday extended a Spare the Air alert through Saturday. The decision by the district marked the record 47th and 48th days in 2020 that an alert has been in place, setting a new standard for a calendar year. It also gave the Bay Area its second streak of alerts that have lasted at least two straight weeks. The previous record for a calendar year was 46 in 2017, district spokesman Aaron Richardson said. As usual, he said, fire smoke continues to be receive the blame for the current stretch. “The Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma counties will be impacting parts of the North Bay, and we’re concerned it could be unhealthy around that region,” Richardson said. “The rest of us will probably be pretty clean.” Smoke from...
    Let Me Tell You Why You’re Wrong Podcast In Episode 135, Dave & Jessica discuss the most recent interview with Andrew Gillium before they pontificate on the way official records vindicate the truth, with discussion on two local government issues in the City of Claxton and the City of Oliver. Support us by supporting our partner: Big Daddy Unlimited unique link for show listeners. Show links: Andrew Gillum An incident in the City of Claxton from last week has drawn the ire of some Evans County citizens after a man was arrested for felony obstruction of a law enforcement officer…but the body cam footage doesn’t quite match the eyewitness accounts. City of Oliver. Monkeys could have ‘fundamental rights’ as Switzerland holds historic vote. Listen on Libsyn: Apple Podcasts Spotify Channel Stitcher Channel This...
    EXCLUSIVE: The Trump campaign and Republican National Committee raked in $210 million in August, an impressive haul that marks their biggest month to date – though still short of the record-smashing amount Democratic nominee Joe Biden and the Democrats brought in during the same time period.The Biden campaign and Democratic National Committee announced last week that they had brought in an unprecedented $364.5 million in August. A senior Trump campaign official told Fox News on Wednesday that the campaign, all told, has raised more than $1.3 billion since the beginning. The campaign's cash-on-hand figure was not clear. TRUMP CAMPAIGN MANAGER SAYS CASH NOT AN ISSUE 'DOWN THE STRETCH' "Both campaigns are raising massive amounts of money, but have very different priorities about how to spend it. In addition to advertising, President Trump's campaign has invested heavily in a muscular field operation and ground game that will turn out our voters, while the Biden campaign...
    After a weekend of all-time high temperatures, the heat wave gripping Southern California will ease slightly on Monday — but many inland areas will remain in the triple digits. Temperatures will fall about 10 degrees in many areas Monday. But you might not notice much improvement, given how hot it has been. An excessive heat warning remains in effect for many parts of the region through Monday night. The National Weather Service said the coast will see the most relief Monday. Inland valleys will still see temperatures in the 105-117 range; foothills will hit the 103-115 range. Another temperature drop is on tap for Tuesday. Woodland Hills on Sunday recorded an all-time high of 121 degrees, which the National Weather Service said was the hottest temperature recorded at an official weather station in Los Angeles County. It broke the old record of 119 degrees set in July 2006 and was...
    WOODLAND HILLS (CBSLA) — Los Angeles County broke record-heat levels on Sunday as a heat wave continued to move throughout Southern California, officials said. Woodland Hills reached a high of 121 degrees, which was the highest official temperature ever recorded in L.A. County, the National Weather Service announced. The 121° high temperature at Woodland Hills official site (Pierce College) was also the highest official temperature ever recorded in L.A. County as well as Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties. Click the URL for more details #cawx #LAheat https://t.co/wDCq45s0No pic.twitter.com/TAZuWF2vtG — NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) September 6, 2020 Several cooling centers have been opened across the Southland for residents to stay cool during the extreme heat. People are advised to avoid outdoors as much as possible and follow guidelines issued by the statewide Flex Alert, which encourages residents to keep their AC no lower than 78 degrees, keep...
    The hottest temperature on Earth ever recorded may have been reached on Sunday afternoon, as the mercury in California's Death Valley hit 130 degrees.   The temperature was reached at 3.41pm Pacific time on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.  If verified, the reading would break Death Valley's previous August record by three degrees, the Weather Service tweeted. 'Everything I've seen so far indicates that is a legitimate observation,' said Randy Cerveny, who leads the World Meteorological Organization's weather and climate extremes team.  Visitors posted the record online; the visitor center thermometer runs 3-4 degrees warmer Tourists visiting the California park posted series of photos of the barren landscape Death Valley is famed for being the hottest place on Earth, and on Sunday did not disappoint In an email to The Washington Post, he wrote: 'I am recommending that the World Meteorological Organization preliminarily accept the observation. ...
    The Iranian Ministry of Health confirmed this Sunday 163 deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours in the country, a daily record of deaths, and more than 2,500 new cases, above the 240,000 total infected, and more than 11,500 fatalities, although a balance made by an organization opposing the government of the Islamic republic multiplies this figure by six. The Health spokeswoman, Sima Sadat Lari, specified that 2,560 people tested positive in the last hours, with which the cases reach a total of 240,438, including 11,571 deaths and at least 201,330 recoveries. In addition, adds the official information, which records Europa Press, 3,168 patients remain in intensive care. The latest daily record was recorded on June 29 with 162 deaths, according to estimates by the official Iranian agency IRNA. Given this critical situation, the country’s president, Hasan Rohani, ordered that “not a single official attends to anyone without...
    Tehran (AFP) – Iranian health authorities on Sunday announced 163 new deaths due to the COVID-19 disease, the country’s highest official one-day toll since the outbreak began in February. The previous record of 162 deaths was announced on Monday in the Islamic republic, which has been battling the Middle East’s deadliest outbreak of the novel coronavirus. The new deaths bring the total toll in Iran to 11,571, health ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari said on state television. “In the past 24 hours, 2,560 people have tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections to 240,438,” Lari added. Official figures have shown a rising trajectory in fatalities and new confirmed cases since Iran reported a near-two month low in daily recorded infections in early May. The increase has prompted the government to make the wearing of masks mandatory in enclosed public spaces, with some officials and state television anchors...
    SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio city official tells KSAT that Tuesday’s COVID-19 case numbers are “extraordinarily high” compared to any numbers in the past. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and Interim Metro Health Director Colleen Bridger will deliver the news during a briefing that will air on KSAT12 and stream on KSAT.com at 6:15 p.m. (That stream will be here.) 6 charts explain COVID-19 surge in San Antonio It’s already been a week of records for San Antonio and Bexar County. On Saturday, Metro Health recorded the highest number of COVID-19 cases in a single day with 795. On Monday, the county surpassed 10,000 in total cases. The surge in cases prompted city leaders to send out an emergency alert over the weekend warning of the rapid spread of COVID-19 and urging people to stay home. On Friday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott scaled...
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