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First person gets experimental coronavirus vaccine in Seattle

While people across the country were ordered to stay home and all non-essential businesses to close down, there is some good news, too. This Monday, March 16, the first person got injected with a trial vaccine intended to prevent the novel coronavirus COVID-19 in healthy adults. The vaccine mRNA-1273 was developed by biotechnology company Moderna Inc […]
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Massive heat wave strikes U.S., emergency declared

According to Dr. Christopher Rodriguez, the district’s director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency, this weekend is one of the most severe heat events we’ve ever seen. Dozens of cities across the central and eastern U.S., including New York, NY, and Washington, D.C. have declared a weather-related emergency. Current temperatures in both cities are […]
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More charges filed in St. Louis area armed robbery spree

Three men accused of committing a string of armed robberies in the St. Louis metropolitan area are facing new charges in the Southern District of Illinois. Jalon Moore and Garry Johnson, of St. Louis, and Larry Rhines, of Collinsville, Illinois, have been charged in a superseding federal indictment with conspiracy to commit multiple armed robberies, […]

Mailing threatening letters leads to new charges for federal inmate

A federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging Jonathan Wade Bohn, 43, of West Frankfort, Illinois, in the October 2014 mailing of two threatening letters to officials in Franklin County, Illinois. The indictment alleges that Bohn was incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Center in Allenwood, Pennsylvania, when he sent a letter threatening to kill […]