Expecting parents are struggling with delays in receiving baby products due to supply chain issues. Source by: Stringr
It's no surprise: A cross-section of U.S. residents remain divided over Joe Biden and his policies. Plus, a look at Jill Biden's "healing" role as a first lady who's kept her day job.
Travel continues to be an issue as the country deals with new COVID strains. Source by: Stringr
Hotel housekeepers' work is even more tough in the pandemic. Fewer workers face short deadlines to clean cluttered rooms that are filthier than ever.
Voters in Waverly's Ward 4 overwhelmingly chose to retain board president Andy Grosshans in the mail-in election that ended Tuesday.
Dr. Anthony Fauci and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul got in another heated exchange during a Senate hearing Tuesday, with the nation's top infecti…
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'Emily in Paris' has been renewed by Netflix for two more seasons, the streamer has confirmed.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The number of people being treated for COVID-19 across Missouri continues to set records as virus cases surge across the state and strain hospital capacity.
Ballots must be returned to the commissioner's office at 601 N. 46th St. in Lincoln no later than 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Since the pandemic began, there has been a significant jump in patients coming to the ER with high blood pressure. Source by: Stringr
A record 9.5 million cases of COVID-19 were tallied around the world over the past week, the World Health Organization says. At the same time, deaths fell. Track the spread here.
San Francisco officials say that while the city is in the middle of another coronavirus surge, hospitalizations remain below previous levels. …
Schools start to reopen in the U.S. and Mexico, but students and staff need to give negative COVID tests in many institutions to be able to re…
Under the new guidelines, LPS will require masks for everyone inside all LPS buildings and on buses before, during and after school.
Mask requirements are returning in some school districts that had dropped them. Some are planning to vastly ramp up virus testing among studen…
The omicron variant is complicating a key question: How does the COVID-19 pandemic end? Experts say it won't be like flipping a light switch.
There's no clear-cut definition for when a pandemic starts and ends, and how much of a threat a global outbreak is posing can vary by country.