(AP NEWS) A trip to the doctor’s office comes with a bit of preparation for most, maybe even an internal pep talk to prepare for being told to get more exercise or calm a simmering fear of needles. But dressing […]Read More
RALEIGH, NC – Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) is making a significant transition to continue its momentum of progress. The university’s Board of Trustees announces Dr. Leslie Rodriguez-McClellon’s appointment to Acting President effective immediately. “At this time, the SAU Board of […]Read More
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – An iconic chief of the Cherokee Nation, Wilma Mankiller, inspired countless Native American children as a powerful but humble leader who expanded early education and rural healthcare. Her reach is now broadening with a quintessential American […]Read More
BALTIMORE (AP) – As Charles Richardson gradually lost his eyesight to complications from diabetes, certain childhood memories haunted him even more. The Catholic priest appeared vividly in his mind’s eye – the one who promised him a spot on a […]Read More
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – Maine’s public university system is offering free tuition to family members of those who died and to those who were injured in the deadliest mass shooting in state history, officials said Wednesday. The Lewiston Strong Tuition […]Read More
By Lori Lee and Steven N. Larkin In Detroit in 1998, Rainbow PUSH launched its Automotive Project. The purpose today remains the same as over two decades ago: to work with automotive manufacturing companies to ensure African Americans and other […]Read More
GENEVA (AP) – Chinese officials say they did not detect any “unusual or novel diseases” in the country, the World Health Organization said Thursday, following an official request by the U.N. health agency for information about a potentially worrying spike […]Read More
BY EMILY WAGSTER PETTUS JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – A Black former delivery driver in Mississippi who says two white men shot into his work van and then pursued him in a high-speed chase last year has filed a new lawsuit […]Read More
Ransomware attack prompts multistate hospital chain to divert some emergency room patients elsewhere
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – A ransomware attack has prompted a healthcare chain that operates 30 hospitals in six states to divert patients from at least some of its emergency rooms to other hospitals, while putting certain elective procedures on pause, […]Read More
(AP) Carriers like the U.S. Postal Service, FedEx and United Parcel Service have capacity to meet projected demand this holiday season, which is cheery news for shippers and shoppers alike. Like last year, there’s expected to be little drama compared […]Read More
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