• APS seeking input from teachers on moving to hybrid learning model

    APS seeking input from teachers on moving to hybrid learning model
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Public School district is planning for, hopefully, going to the hybrid learning model next semester. First, they are getting a feel for how teachers and staff feel about that transition.APS sent out a list of questions asking all teachers and staff their thoughts on returning to school in January. While the situation with the pandemic is changing every day, the teachers union president says it's better to plan now than later. APS family surve
  • Early ratings show Biden's town hall earned larger audience than Trump's

    Early ratings show Biden's town hall earned larger audience than Trump's
    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) -- Former vice president Joe Biden was the ratings winner on Thursday night, outdrawing President Donald Trump in dueling television events by roughly one million viewers, according to the Washington Post. Photos: Trump, Biden appear in competing town halls
    Biden appeared on ABC while Trump was hosted by NBC for primetime town hall events.Biden's town hall averaged about 13.9 million viewers while Trump pulled about 13 million for his event, according to early data from Niel
  • Supreme Court to weigh President Trump's census plan to exclude noncitizens

    Supreme Court to weigh President Trump's census plan to exclude noncitizens
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — The Supreme Court said Friday it will decide whether President Donald Trump can exclude people living in the U.S. illegally from the census count that is used to allocate seats in the House of Representatives. Download the NewsNation Now App
    Trump's policy has been blocked by a lower court, and the justices were under no obligation to hear arguments. They signaled in their order Friday that they would decide the issue by early January, when Trump must report t
  • The epidemic of missing, murdered Indigenous women and its impact on Indian Country

    The epidemic of missing, murdered Indigenous women and its impact on Indian Country
    (WJMN) - The U.S Department of Justice (DOJ) finds that American Indian women face murder rates that are more than 10 times the national average and four out of five Native women will experience some form of violence in their lifetime. Many people may be wondering the same thing: why? Whitney Gravelle, the tribal attorney for the Bay Mills Indian Community, said it's due to a lack of resources, law enforcement jurisdiction, and inter-generational trauma."Only tribes or the federal government can
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  • Bond denied for ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris

    Bond denied for ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris
    CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Bond was denied Friday for 'Cheer' star Jerry Harris. A Cook County judged ruled Harris will remain in jail while he awaits trial on child pornography charges.
    Harris, 21, is accused of soliciting sexually explicit videos and pictures from twin teenage boys, one of whom sent Harris that content on social media.Prosecutors said Harris first contacted one of the boys when he was 13, with Instagram messages show Harris asking the boy for pictures of his face and &ld
  • AP: Trump administration put Republican operatives inside CDC to oversee COVID-19 messaging

    AP: Trump administration put Republican operatives inside CDC to oversee COVID-19 messaging
    WASHINGTON D.C. (WCMH) — A new report from the Associated Press says the Trump Administration installed political operatives at the Centers for Disease Control to oversee messaging during the pandemic.The AP says the White House installed two Republican party operatives at the CDC in June to try to manage the information the CDC released about the coronavirus."The Trump administration took unusual steps to control the flow of information," said AP reporter Jason Dearen.
    Dearen says it's no
  • What's happening around New Mexico Oct 16 - Oct 22

    What's happening around New Mexico Oct 16 - Oct 22
    NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Check out community events happening Oct. 16 - Oct. 22 around New Mexico.
    AlbuquerqueEventsOctober 16 - Movies in the Park-Ing Lot: Nightmare on Elm Street 7:30 p.m. - Join Bernalillo County for Friday Night Frights Drive-In Style at the Isleta Amphitheater. The movie is free and first-come, first served. Gates will open at 5:30 p.m. Each vehicle will be assigned a parking space and be given a front porch for seating. Please bring your own chair
  • Record avalanche of early votes transforms the 2020 election

    Record avalanche of early votes transforms the 2020 election
    Nearly 21 million Americans have already cast ballots in the 2020 election, a record-shattering avalanche of early votes driven both by Democratic enthusiasm and a pandemic that has transformed the way the nation votes.The 20.8 million ballots submitted as of Friday afternoon represents 15% of all the votes cast in the 2016 presidential election, even as eight states are not yet reporting their totals and voters still have more than two weeks to cast ballots. Americans' rush to vote is lead
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  • US COVID-19 cases hit 8 million, 48 states see increases

    US COVID-19 cases hit 8 million, 48 states see increases
    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) -- The United States surpassed 8 million confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday, according to stats from Johns Hopkins University. The milestone was reached as 48 states battle increasing case numbers and the country inches closer to a third peak.On Thursday, new confirmed daily cases climbed over the 65,000 mark -- a total the country hasn't seen since the end of July. That's an increase of more than 50% since this time last month, according to data from the New York Times.
    One th
  • Federal health officials unveil plan to get coronavirus shots to nursing homes

    Federal health officials unveil plan to get coronavirus shots to nursing homes
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health officials on Friday unveiled a plan to get yet-to-be-approved coronavirus vaccines to nursing home residents free of charge, enlisting two national pharmacy chains to help.Such a vaccine is not yet available, and that led to skepticism from some long-term care experts. The distribution program is contingent on the Food and Drug Administration authorizing a vaccine, which does not appear to be imminent. COVID-19 antibodies provide lasting immunity, new study
  • Topics selected for next Trump-Biden presidential debate

    Topics selected for next Trump-Biden presidential debate
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (NewsNation Now) — The topics for the next presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden were announced Friday.According to the Commission on Presidential Debates, debate moderator Kristen Welker selected the following topics:Fighting COVID-19American FamiliesRace in AmericaClimate ChangeNational SecurityLeadershipTrump, Biden tied in North Carolina, NewsNation/Emerson poll shows
    Welker, who is the White House correspondent for NBC
  • State Parks makes changes to comply with public health order

    State Parks makes changes to comply with public health order
    SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - The Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department's State Parks Division announced Friday some operational updates in accordance with the most recent public health order. State parks will remain open to New Mexico residents only. Reservations from out-of-state visitors will be canceled and refunded through November 13, 2020.Camping will be available by online reservation only and a valid New Mexico license plate will be required to complete the transaction. Group siz
  • ALeRT offender arrested for resisting arrest, outstanding warrants

    ALeRT offender arrested for resisting arrest, outstanding warrants
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The Albuquerque Police Department announced Friday the arrest of an ALeRT offender. Elwyn Thompson, 26, was arrested for resisting an officer and an outstanding warrant.Officials say on October 14, officers were dispatched in reference to an aggravated assault in progress. The female victim told police Thompson was last seen driving north on Wyoming after threatening the victim with a knife, saying he would kill her.Once officers located Thompson, he refused to stand u
  • University of New Mexico football on pause due to COVID-19

    University of New Mexico football on pause due to COVID-19
    Eight Lobo football players and one assistant coach have tested positive for COVID-19, prompting state officials to step in and shut down all team activities.
  • Court docs shed light on events leading to fatal crash that killed Fort Bliss soldier

    Court docs shed light on events leading to fatal crash that killed Fort Bliss soldier
    EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — Court documents shed light on what led to a deadly crash in Far Fast El Paso early Sunday morning.Richard Mustapha Sennessie, 23, has been charged in the murder of 27-year-old Capt. Malcolm X. Perry. On Tuesday, Fort Bliss officials confirmed that Capt. Perry was a Fort Bliss soldier.Capt. Malcolm X. Perry. Courtesy Fort BlissMorning of incidentAccording to the El Paso Police Department, Sennessie intentionally caused the deadly crash by ramming a Jeep Wrangler that
  • Dogs found abandoned outside local animal shelter

    Dogs found abandoned outside local animal shelter
    The shelter keeps finding dogs tied to their main gate.
  • BioPark offers personalized video messages from animals

    BioPark offers personalized video messages from animals
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The New Mexico BioPark Society announced Friday they are now offering custom video messages featuring zoo animals. The custom "Wild About You" messages will raise funds for animals at the ABQ BioPark Zoo.The society says each video will be recorded by zookeepers and feature a close-up with the customer's choice of animal. Available animals include elephants, penguins, llamas, hippos, giraffes, Andean condors, and bald eagles.People interested can order directly from th
  • BioPark offers personalized video messages featuring animals

    BioPark offers personalized video messages featuring animals
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - The New Mexico BioPark Society announced Friday they are now offering custom video messages featuring zoo animals. The custom "Wild About You" messages will raise funds for animals at the ABQ BioPark Zoo.The society says each video will be recorded by zookeepers and feature a close-up with the customer's choice of animal. Available animals include elephants, penguins, llamas, hippos, giraffes, Andean condors, and bald eagles.People interested can order directly from th
  • Charter school educator named New Mexico Teacher of the Year

    Charter school educator named New Mexico Teacher of the Year
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque educator is representing New Mexico as next year's Teacher of the Year. Alisa Cooper de Uribe is a nine-year veteran of New Mexico International School.The New Mexico Public Education Secretary announced the award Friday during a virtual ceremony which included students and staff from her high school. Cooper de Uribe will act as a spokesperson for the state's teaching profession and participate in the National Teacher of the Year competition.
  • Man accused of setting puppy on fire arrested

    Man accused of setting puppy on fire arrested
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Columbus police have arrested a man who allegedly set a puppy on fire over the weekend.On Sunday, October 11, firefighters responded to a small fire in Walnut Hill Park on Columbus’ east side. When they arrived, they found the fire was a burning plastic dog crate.After the fire was extinguished, firefighters noticed a small puppy running around the area. They approached the puppy and noticed she had suffered burns to her face and paws and had black melted plas
  • Episode of new TV series employs hundreds of New Mexicans

    Episode of new TV series employs hundreds of New Mexicans
    SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - The New Mexico State Film Office announced Friday that an episode of the TV series completed production in Santa Fe. "THEM" is a series co-produced by Sony Pictures Television and Amazon Studios.According to the film office, the production employed around 250 New Mexican crew members, 8 New Mexican principal actors, and 50 New Mexican extras. The episode was directed by Craig William Macneill, whose previous credits include directing episodes of NOS4A2, Monsterland, and T
  • LIVE: Pres. Trump delivers remarks in Florida on seniors

    LIVE: Pres. Trump delivers remarks in Florida on seniors
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will campaign in three key states Friday.Trump is heading to Florida and Georgia Friday, while Biden will visit Michigan.
    NewsNation will live stream Trump's remarks on "protecting the nation's seniors"at 1:30 p.m. ET in Fort Meyers, Florida. Additionally, we'll live stream Biden's remarks on health care from Michigan at 2:30 p.m. ET. The campaign stops come a day after the candidates took pa
  • LIVE: Pres. Trump delivers remarks in Florida on protecting seniors

    LIVE: Pres. Trump delivers remarks in Florida on protecting seniors
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will campaign in three key states Friday.Trump is heading to Florida and Georgia Friday, while Biden will visit Michigan.
    NewsNation will live stream Trump's remarks on "protecting the nation's seniors"at 1:30 p.m. ET in Fort Meyers, Florida. Additionally, we'll live stream Biden's remarks on health care from Michigan at 2:30 p.m. ET. The campaign stops come a day after the candidates took pa
  • LIVE: Joe Biden delivers remarks on health care in Michigan

    LIVE: Joe Biden delivers remarks on health care in Michigan
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will campaign in three key states Friday.Trump is heading to Florida and Georgia Friday, while Biden will visit Michigan.
    NewsNation livestreamed Trump's remarks on "protecting the nation's seniors"Friday afternoon in Fort Meyers, Florida. Additionally, we'll live stream Biden's remarks on health care from Michigan at 2:45 p.m. ET.The campaign stops come a day after the candidates took part i
  • LIVE: Joe Biden delivers remarks in health care in Michigan

    LIVE: Joe Biden delivers remarks in health care in Michigan
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will campaign in three key states Friday.Trump is heading to Florida and Georgia Friday, while Biden will visit Michigan.
    NewsNation livestreamed Trump's remarks on "protecting the nation's seniors"Friday afternoon in Fort Meyers, Florida. Additionally, we'll live stream Biden's remarks on health care from Michigan at 2:45 p.m. ET. The campaign stops come a day after the candidates took part
  • Joe Biden delivers remarks on health care in Michigan

    Joe Biden delivers remarks on health care in Michigan
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will campaign in three key states Friday.Trump is heading to Florida and Georgia Friday, while Biden will visit Michigan.
    NewsNation livestreamed Trump's remarks on "protecting the nation's seniors"Friday afternoon in Fort Myers, Florida. Additionally, we'll live stream Biden's remarks on health care from Michigan at 2:45 p.m. ET.The campaign stops come a day after the candidates took part in
  • Biden, Trump return to campaign trail after competing town halls

    Biden, Trump return to campaign trail after competing town halls
    WASHINGTON (NewsNation Now) — President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will campaign in three key states Friday.Trump is heading to Florida and Georgia Friday, while Biden will visit Michigan. The campaign stops come a day after the candidates took part in dueling town hallsThe competing televised events, both held at the same time Thursday night, showcased the differences between the two candidates just two and a half weeks before the November election. Trump,
  • Performers to cross highline alongside Gatlinburg SkyBridge 150 feet in the air

    Performers to cross highline alongside Gatlinburg SkyBridge 150 feet in the air
    GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WATE) - Performers will walk alongside North America's longest pedestrian suspension bridge on a two-inch-wide line to celebrate the newest addition to Gatlinburg SkyLift Park.
    Gatlinburg SkyLift Park will celebrate the opening of its new SkyTrail this weekend. The newly-completed Phase 1 of the new trail will give visitors who would prefer not to traverse North America’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge the option of walking a quarter-mile, elevated boardwalk around
  • WATCH LIVE: Bernalillo County officials hold news conference on election preparations

    WATCH LIVE: Bernalillo County officials hold news conference on election preparations
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Clerk Linda Stover and counter leaders will hold a news conference Friday about how Bernalillo County departments are working together to ensure a safe, secure and transparent general election. FAQ: Casting a vote in New Mexico for 2020 General ElectionThe conference is slated to start at 10:30 a.m. and will take place at Civic Plaza in downtown Albuquerque Friday. KRQE will stream the news conference on this page.
    County Manager Julie Morgas Baca,
  • Bernalillo County officials hold news conference on election preparations

    Bernalillo County officials hold news conference on election preparations
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Clerk Linda Stover and county leaders will hold a news conference Friday about how Bernalillo County departments are working together to ensure a safe, secure and transparent general election. FAQ: Casting a vote in New Mexico for 2020 General ElectionThe conference is slated to start at 10:30 a.m. and will take place at Civic Plaza in downtown Albuquerque Friday. KRQE will stream the news conference on this page.
    County Manager Julie Morgas Baca,
  • Bernalillo County officials give update on election preparations

    Bernalillo County officials give update on election preparations
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Bernalillo County Clerk Linda Stover and county leaders held a news conference Friday about how county departments are working together to ensure a safe, secure and transparent general election.FAQ: Casting a vote in New Mexico for 2020 General ElectionDuring Friday's meeting, Stover said there has been a line waiting to vote every morning at County Clerk’s Annex. She also talked about polling locations and that people should drop off their a
  • Charter school teacher named New Mexico Teacher of the Year

    Charter school teacher named New Mexico Teacher of the Year
    Alisa Cooper de Uribe is a bilingual first grade teacher at New Mexico International School.
  • Virus hits beach resort, as pandemic surges in Argentina

    Virus hits beach resort, as pandemic surges in Argentina
    MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina (AP) — Hundreds of Argentine flags dotted the sand of a beach at the Mar del Plata resort, a poignant memorial to the victims of the novel coronavirus in one of this South American country’s new virus hotspots.
    When the flags were planted last week, they were a tribute to the more than 500 people who had died from COVID-19 over the previous seven months in Argentina's top resort. Since then, about 100 more have died and Mar del Plata has become an epicenter i
  • New book will include final thoughts from Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    New book will include final thoughts from Ruth Bader Ginsburg
    NEW YORK (AP) — Some final thoughts from Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and some previously unreleased materials have been gathered by one of her former clerks and will appear in a book coming out in March.The University of California Press announced Thursday that it will publish “Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue: A Life’s Work Fighting for a More Perfect Union,” on which Ginsburg worked in collaboration with Amanda Tyler. The book was in production at the ti
  • Coronavirus vaccine will not be available before Election Day, Pfizer confirms

    Coronavirus vaccine will not be available before Election Day, Pfizer confirms
    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) -- On Friday morning, Pfizer’s chief executive announced the company wouldn't apply for emergency authorization of its coronavirus vaccine prior to late November -- effectively ending any theory a vaccine could be ready by the November 3 election.Pfizer says it will need to collect safety and manufacturing data which pushes its timeline to request authorization until the third week of November, at the earliest.Dr. Albert Bourla, the company's chief executive, said in a
  • Second stimulus checks: Why a relief deal appears unlikely before Election Day

    Second stimulus checks: Why a relief deal appears unlikely before Election Day
    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) -- When the full Senate returns to Washington Monday, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to push a "skinny" GOP COVID-19 relief bill designed to bring aid to hard-hit businesses.The bill is in stark contrast to a much larger package that would include additional $1,200 direct payments being pushed by President Donald Trump and shows a divide not only between Democrats and Republicans -- but inside GOP leadership.When McConnell rolls out his bill on Monday, it will largely
  • Biden out-raises Trump $383M to $248M in September

    Biden out-raises Trump $383M to $248M in September
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump was out-raised by Democrat Joe Biden in September and is being outgunned financially by his rival with just weeks to go until Election Day.Trump's campaign, along with the Republican National Committee and associated groups, raised $247.8 million in September, well short of the $383 million raised by Biden and the Democratic National Committee in the same period. Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh tweeted that the Trump effort had $
  • Election experts say voter fraud is rare

    Election experts say voter fraud is rare
    NATIONAL (CBS NEWSPATH) - With the nation still in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s estimated up to 80 million Americans may choose to mail in their ballots this election.On the campaign trail, President Trump has frequently criticized mail-in voting, claiming it leads to widespread fraud. However, election experts say the facts just don’t back that up. FAQ: Casting a vote in New Mexico for 2020 General Election“The country has been voting by mail since the Civil War
  • Navajo Nation lowering flags to honor late tribal president

    Navajo Nation lowering flags to honor late tribal president
    WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — All flags on the Navajo Nation will be flown at half-staff through Monday in honor of former tribal President Thomas Atcitty.The 86-year-old Atcitty died Sunday in New Mexico. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer issued the proclamation for the flag-lowering that is set to begin Friday morning. Program that provides coal to Navajos for heating resumesAtcitty was the tribe’s vice president from 1995-1998 and served as president
  • DIY Friday with Danielle: Transforming vases into pottery

    DIY Friday with Danielle: Transforming vases into pottery
    It's an easy trick that anyone could do, including the kids!
  • Lemur stolen from the San Francisco Zoo found safe

    Lemur stolen from the San Francisco Zoo found safe
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A ring-tailed lemur stolen from the San Francisco Zoo has been found, police said Thursday.The 21-year-old male lemur named Maki was discovered missing shortly before the zoo opened to visitors on Wednesday. Investigators found evidence of a forced entry to the lemur enclosure.Someone called police Thursday evening to say that Maki was spotted in Daly City, a few miles south of the zoo, officials said. “Around 5 p.m., we got a report he was in the playground area
  • UK says Instagram to crack down on hidden influencer ads

    UK says Instagram to crack down on hidden influencer ads
    LONDON (AP) — British regulators said Friday that Instagram will clamp down on “hidden advertising” by social media influencers.
    The Competition and Markets Authority said Instagram's owner Facebook has committed to tightening policies to restrict influencers who don’t disclose they’re being paid to promote businesses on its platform.
    It's part of an investigation into the influencer industry the watchdog launched two years ago. Regulators are concerned that Instagr
  • WHO study finds remdesivir didn't help COVID-19 patients

    WHO study finds remdesivir didn't help COVID-19 patients
    GENEVA (AP) — A large study led by the World Health Organization suggests that the antiviral drug remdesivir did not help hospitalized COVID-19 patients, in contrast to an earlier study that made the medicine a standard of care in the United States and many other countries.The results announced Friday do not negate the previous ones, and the WHO study was not as rigorous as the earlier one led by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. But they add to concerns about how much value the pric
  • Study finds 4 drugs have little to no effect on COVID-19

    Study finds 4 drugs have little to no effect on COVID-19
    GENEVA (AP) — The world's largest randomized trial of COVID-19 treatments found “conclusive evidence” that remdesivir, a drug used to treat U.S. President Donald Trump when he fell ill, has little or no effect on severe cases, the U.N. health agency said Friday.
    The World Health Organization announced the long-awaited results of a six-month trial that endeavored to see if existing drugs might have an effect on the coronavirus.
    The study, which was not peer-reviewed, found that
  • ‘Homelessness doesn't stop for COVID’: Nonprofits gather donations for homeless vets

    ‘Homelessness doesn't stop for COVID’: Nonprofits gather donations for homeless vets
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –Throughout the month of October, the Veteran's Integration Center and Albuquerque Involved, is holding a donation drive for veterans.
    This year because of social distancing regulations, VIC staff will be deployed throughoutAlbuquerque to conduct a day of service that will take place on Friday, October 23. The VIC will deploy several mobile outreach teams to provide critically needed items including food, socks, and cold weather gear as we prepare for the wint
  • Local nonprofits gather donations for homeless veterans

    Local nonprofits gather donations for homeless veterans
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) –Throughout the month of October, the Veteran's Integration Center and Albuquerque Involved, is holding a donation drive for veterans.
    This year because of social distancing regulations, VIC staff will be deployed throughoutAlbuquerque to conduct a day of service that will take place on Friday, October 23. The VIC will deploy several mobile outreach teams to provide critically needed items including food, socks, and cold weather gear as we prepare for the wint
  • Putin proposes yearlong extension of nuclear pact with US

    Putin proposes yearlong extension of nuclear pact with US
    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday made a strong call to save the last existing nuclear arms control pact between his country and the United States, proposing to extend it at least for one year.Putin's statement comes amid conflicting signals from Russian and U.S. diplomats about the fate of the New START treaty that is set to expire in February unless Moscow and Washington agree on its extension.Speaking at a meeting of his Security Council, Putin said that “it
  • Virus curbs widen England's north-south rift, stir animosity

    LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Liverpool, the English port city that gave the world the Beatles, weathered decades of industrial decline before becoming a celebrated symbol of urban renewal. Now, the coronavirus is putting the city’s hard-won revival in jeopardy, and raising tensions between the north of England and the wealthier south.Scarred by abandoned buildings and government neglect during the 1980s, Liverpool made itself vibrant again by promoting local culture, nightlife, soccer a
  • COVID-19 case surge across US: Here's where New Mexico stacks up

    COVID-19 case surge across US: Here's where New Mexico stacks up
    WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) -- As coronavirus cases in the United States climb towards another peak, new daily cases have reached their highest point yet in 17 states, according to the New York Times.New Mexico seeing COVID-19 cases rise across all age groups; locals reactOn Thursday, new confirmed cases climbed over the 65,000 mark -- a total the country hasn't seen since the end of July.Additionally, we're seeing cases rise in more than 45 states, according to a Times tracking tool.The U.S. leads the
  • Indianapolis Colts say 'several individuals' have tested positive for the coronavirus

    Indianapolis Colts say 'several individuals' have tested positive for the coronavirus
    INDIANAPOLIS (WXIN) - The Indianapolis Colts say several individuals within the organization have tested positive for the coronavirus.In a statement released Friday morning, the team said it was in the process of confirming the positive tests. It was unclear if the tests involved players, coaches or front-office staff.Meanwhile, the practice facility will be closed and the team will "work remotely while following NFL protocols." Europe, US reel as coronavirus infections surge at record paceIt's

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