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Refugee celebrates July 4th for the first time as a U.S. citizen

One refugee in Charlottesville is celebrating Independence Day for the first time as a United States citizen.
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What we know about the 5,659 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in East Texas

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Arkansas reports 23,209 COVID-19 cases; 286 deaths

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Alabama adds nearly 1K coronavirus cases Saturday

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COVID-19 in Alabama: State sees 997 new cases in 24 hours

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GREAT NEWS! Bighorn Fire continues to show little growth, containment remains to 73 percent

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S.C. records 1,800+ new COVID-19 cases, as positive tests once again near 20 percent

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ADPH: 984 Alabamians have died from COVID-19 as more than 42K test positive & 22K recover

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Legislature designates some CARES Act funding for distance learning improvements

Owensboro reopens city spray parks with COVID-19 guidelines

Faculty from at least 15 colleges and universities in Virginia sign petition surrounding reopening

4.3-magnitude quake rattles Big Island; no tsunami threat

Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries advises boaters to stay safe this holiday weekend

Despite COVID-19, Cleveland Public Library making new and improved services available starting next week

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USS KIDD will not host Fourth of July celebrations due to COVID-19

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Workers and residents still await opening of downtown grocery store

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To save Ohio’s ash trees, local study pins hopes on Asian wasps

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Law enforcement adapts to COVID-19 pandemic

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Gulfport nursing home reports 31 residents, 12 employees testing positive for COVID-19

Gov. Cooper calls death records secrecy bill ‘problematic’ as lawmakers weigh changes

Baton Rouge residents react to face mask mandate set forth by mayor

Phenix City parents react to district’s guidelines for reopening schools

Businesses react to the PPP program coming to an end as COVID-19 challenges continue

Businesses forced to shut down after Gov. Ducey issues another executive order

Disproportionate COVID-19 numbers for Lowcountry Hispanic community