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Niles was one of the first local cities to allow marijuana dispensaries. Now the city might get another first-- with a proposed cannabis festival that could draw thousands. @MaxLewisReports has the details:
As coronavirus cases rise nationwide, medical experts are encouraging the use of monoclonal antibody treatments. @EricaFinkeTV explains they can be given to coronavirus patients within 10 days of testing positive.
Since Rutgers University in New Jersey first announced in March that students would have to be immunized, at least a dozen schools have said they will require proof of inoculation for those who want to attend classes.
The BBC's coverage of the death of Prince Philip has drawn almost 110,000 complaints from the public, making it the most complained-about piece of television programming ever in the U.K.
New numbers. The Center for Disease Control is reporting that 436 people became ill from a parasite linked to McDonald’s salads with cases reported in 15 states including Indiana and Michigan:
The Proud Boys, an alt-right hate group known for violence, is hosting a rally today in downtown Kalamazoo. A West Michigan church is protesting against them. After the counter-protesters and police arrived, the Proud Boys began to move through the city.
The father of a black man killed by a police officer during a shooting at an Alabama mall said his son had a permit to carry a gun for self-defense, adding it was hurtful police initially portrayed his son as the shooter. --
LIVE: One is dead and two are wounded after a shooting in an apartment building in Vancouver, Washington. Authorities say this is an active shooter situation.