New Mexico reports 36 new deaths, 1,465 additional COVID-19 cases

A female in her 50s from Bernalillo County. The individual was hospitalized and had underlying conditions. A male in his 50s from Bernalillo County. The individual was hospitalized. A female in her 60s from Bernalillo County. The individual was hospitalized and had underlying conditions. A second female in her 60s from Bernalillo […]

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Boston doctor suffers allergic reaction after getting Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine

A Boston oncology doctor experienced a severe allergic reaction after he received Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine on Thursday, a rare reaction that has also happened after people took the Pfizer vaccine. Boston Medical Center doctor Hossein Sadrzadeh, who has a shellfish allergy, suffered an anaphylactic reaction following a dose of the Moderna vaccine on Christmas Eve, […]

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State with one of the strictest lockdowns in the country has the most COVID cases

There is a surge in COVID-19 cases in California despite unprecedented lockdowns and restrictions aimed at curbing the spreading of the coronavirus.  Earlier this week, the state surpassed 2 million confirmed cases and beds at many intensive care units are running dangerously low. In Los Angeles County, the epicenter of the virus in California, the county Department […]

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LA County Hospitals In A Crisis On Christmas Day As Officials Beg People To Stay Home – CBS Los Angeles

LA County Hospitals In A Crisis On Christmas Day As Officials Beg People To Stay Home  CBS Los Angeles Hospitals Run Short of Oxygen as LA County Deals With Surge  Newser Bay Area Hospitals, Near Capacity, Prepare for Post-Holiday COVID Surge  CBS San Francisco View Full Coverage on Google News

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Falling iguanas possible in South Florida amid temperature drop

Temperatures are expected to drop even further in South Florida on Saturday — so low, in fact, that the National Weather Service is warning that iguanas could fall from the trees. Iguanas, which are cold blooded, can’t handle cold weather and when the temperatures drop below 50, they become sluggish and appear to be dead.  […]

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In pursuing historic climate change agenda, Biden may find surprising ally

President-elect Joe Biden has made no secret that tackling climate change will be one of his top priorities. But to enact his platform to reduce global warming he may find an unexpected ally: Republicans. Biden campaigned on the most ambitious climate agenda in history: one that included plans for pioneering green energy and infrastructure projects […]

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5 things to know Thursday

Coronavirus relief package: Pelosi calls for vote on $2000 checks The fate of a $900 billion COVID-19 stimulus package is in doubt Thursday as lawmakers on Capitol Hill scrambled to address President Donald Trump’s sudden argument that the measure does not provide enough in direct payments. Earlier this week, Congress overwhelmingly approved a measure to offset the economic impact of COVID-19, but Trump […]

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San Francisco gets its very own monolith… sorta

A new monolith has mysteriously appeared in San Francisco — although it’s perhaps not the kind one may expect if you’ve been paying attention to the news recently. Rather than the smooth-sided, metal monolith seen in Utah, and later other parts of the world, San Francisco received a quirkier version. In particular, this monolith seems […]

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Local restaurant a target for vandalism, even on Christmas morning

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – An Albuquerque family woke up on Christmas morning to vandalism at their restaurant. It’s the fourth time the restaurant has been hit since Halloween with the last incident just two weeks ago. The owners of Taste Of India said they got a call around 9 a.m. on Christmas about the damage […]

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