Swamped Children’s Hospitals To Parents: Get Kids COVID Tested At Pharmacies, MDH Sites

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Testing for COVID-19 is up dramatically this month, as Minnesotans comply with requirements for work, school and travel and cases have been on the rise. But where people choose to get tested is creating some problems. Parents are packing the emergency room at Children’s Minnesota for routine COVID-19 tests. The hospital says… Continue reading Swamped Children’s Hospitals To Parents: Get Kids COVID Tested At Pharmacies, MDH Sites

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‘I Still Can’t Stop Smiling’: Hunter With Cerebral Palsy Gifted ATV Wheelchair After Guides Host Fundraiser

MONTEVIDEO, Minn. (WCCO) — Hunting season is upon us, but for some people getting to a duck blind or a deer stand isn’t that easy. “I just like the fresh air and being out with friends and family,” said Lance Tebben of Montevideo. It doesn’t matter what kind of hunting it is, Lance is all… Continue reading ‘I Still Can’t Stop Smiling’: Hunter With Cerebral Palsy Gifted ATV Wheelchair After Guides Host Fundraiser

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‘Boogaloo Boi’ Ivan Hunter Pleads Guilty To Firing Assault Rifle Into Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 27-year-old San Antonio, Texas, man pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony riot charge for firing more than a dozen rounds into the Minneapolis Police Third Precinct building during the riots following George Floyd’s death. Ivan Hunter says he came to Minneapolis in May of 2020 to be part of the unrest… Continue reading ‘Boogaloo Boi’ Ivan Hunter Pleads Guilty To Firing Assault Rifle Into Minneapolis Police 3rd Precinct

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A’s offseason outlook: Do they keep the core intact and run it back or clean house?

Games remain to be played, but the Oakland A’s offseason has begun with them eliminated from wild card contention on Wednesday. And no offseason in recent history has been clouded with so much uncertainty. Not only will arbitration reshape their roster in the 2022 season, there are those rumors that the pillars of the organization… Continue reading A’s offseason outlook: Do they keep the core intact and run it back or clean house?

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Pelosi hustles to get infrastructure bill across finish line

By Melanie Zanona, Daniella Diaz, Alex Rogers and Annie Grayer | CNN House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been working furiously behind the scenes to build support for the roughly $1 trillion infrastructure bill, personally calling Democrats and talking to members on the House floor as progressives threaten to tank it. Pelosi told reporters she is… Continue reading Pelosi hustles to get infrastructure bill across finish line

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SF Giants make flurry of roster moves ahead of matchup with Madison Bumgarner

SAN FRANCISCO — Brandon Belt isn’t returning to the field anytime soon, but one of the sluggers tasked with replacing Belt’s production in the Giants’ lineup is back in action. The Giants activated first baseman and corner outfielder Darin Ruf ahead of Thursday’s series finale against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The club also activated right-hander Johnny… Continue reading SF Giants make flurry of roster moves ahead of matchup with Madison Bumgarner

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Letters: Hayward development | Path to reading | Booster’s role | Distracted driving | Abortion debate | Women’s call

Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Commission gets it right on development Hayward Planning Commissioner and former Councilman Al Mendall again shines with his voice of reason voting no on yet another housing development along Mission Boulevard. (“Hayward officials approve townhouse development,” Page B1, Sept. 22)… Continue reading Letters: Hayward development | Path to reading | Booster’s role | Distracted driving | Abortion debate | Women’s call

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Brazilian hospital chain ordered to pay over unproven COVID treatments

By Marcia Reverdosa and Juliana Koch | CNN A Brazilian hospital chain has been ordered to pay 2 million BLR (USD370,500) to the family of a Covid-19 patient after giving him unproven treatment for the deadly virus without his knowledge. The Sao Paulo court sentenced the healthcare company Prevent Senior to pay the compensation after… Continue reading Brazilian hospital chain ordered to pay over unproven COVID treatments

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Broncos guards Quinn Meinerz, Netane Muti inching closer to starts vs. Ravens in Week 4

“The Gut” had to fend off something new in his stomach last Sunday: Butterflies. “I got in there and I believe it was (tight end Eric) Saubert, he came in there and he goes, ‘Is this your first play?’” Broncos rookie guard Quinn Meinerz, aka “The Gut,” said Thursday at UCHealth Training center when asked… Continue reading Broncos guards Quinn Meinerz, Netane Muti inching closer to starts vs. Ravens in Week 4

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Colorado construction associations sue Denver over city’s COVID vaccine mandate

Seven Colorado-based construction trade associations sued the city of Denver on Thursday over the city’s vaccine mandate. The lawsuit seeks to block the vaccine mandate for private construction contractors who work with the city, arguing that construction companies should not be required to enforce the city’s mandate on their workers, that the mandate doesn’t apply… Continue reading Colorado construction associations sue Denver over city’s COVID vaccine mandate

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