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DHS: Border travel restrictions to stay in place through Nov. 21

EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – The U.S. will extend non-essential border travel restrictions through Nov. 21, Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf said on Twitter on Monday. However, for the first time since DHS put the restrictions in place, Wolf left open the possibility of easing them in the future. “We are working closely with Mexico and Canada to identify safe criteria to ease the restrictions in the future and support our border communities,” Wolf said in the tweet. To continue to limit the spread of COVID, the US, Mexico, & Canada will extend the restrictions on non-essential travel through Nov 21.We are […]Read full article >
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As globe hits 40 million COVID-19 cases, Ohio among U.S. states seeing the highest increases

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the planet has surpassed 40 million, and that number will keep climbing as the United States enters a third peak, generating more than 50,000 daily virus cases. World coronavirus infections surpass 40 million In the U.S., some states are trying more targeted measures as cases continue to rise across the country. New York’s new round of virus shutdowns zeroes in on individual neighborhoods, closing schools and businesses in hot spots measuring just a couple of square miles. On Friday, new confirmed cases climbed over the 70,000 mark — a total the country […]Read full article >
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Firefighters rescue child trapped in a well

YOUNGSTOWN, Pennsylvania (WJW) – Crews with Youngstown Volunteer Fire Station 39 out of Pennsylvania responded to a call of a 12-year-old boy who had fallen in a well Sunday. Woman found nearly two weeks after disappearing in national park It happened at a property on Road Farm Lane. The child had fallen down a 20 to 25 foot well but was conscious and alert when firefighters arrived. List of businesses that will stay closed on Thanksgiving Firefighters were able to rescue the boy with a ladder they borrowed from the neighbors. First responders checked everyone out after the rescue. The boy was not taken to the hospital. Here are the latest […]Read full article >
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‘Your 3 fav witches are reuniting!’ : Bette Midler shares look at ‘Hocus Pocus’ virtual reunion event

(WJW) — The Sanderson sisters are going to be back together again — before Halloween. Sarah Jessica Parker confirms return of original ‘Hocus Pocus’ cast in Disney+ sequel Actress Bette Midler posted a photo of herself, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy in full "Hocus Pocus" garb Sunday teasing a virtual event coming up on Oct. 30. Your 3 fav witches – @SJP @KathyNajimy & ME – are reuniting for 1 night only on 10/30 at 8p ET! “In Search of the Sanderson Sisters” is the best thing to happen to #Halloween since Hocus Pocus + Reeses Pieces. Get your tix now and support @NYRP https://t.co/tkyfXpKjKb […]Read full article >
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Boil advisory for Cleveland suburbs lifted after weekend water main break

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – A boil advisory issued for several Cleveland communities was lifted Monday morning. List of businesses that will stay closed on Thanksgiving The advisory was issued Saturday for Cleveland Water customers in Highland Heights, Richmond Heights, Lyndhurst, South Euclid, Mayfield, Mayfield Heights, and Gates Mill following a water main break. Cleveland Water reports water samples taken Sunday showed the water is safe to drink and use as normal. Some customers might see discoloration for the next few days, as Cleveland Water flushes the system. OSHP: Teen inside Canton Township home injured when drugged driver crashes […]Read full article >
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Woman found nearly two weeks after disappearing in national park

UTAH (WJW) — A California woman who went missing in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago has been found. Missing: Blessing Mapson According to the National Park Service, Holly Suzanne Courtier, 38, was dropped off by a private shuttle bus at a parking area in Zion National Park around 1:30 p.m. Oct. 6. The area leads to several hiking trails. She was to be picked back up by the shuttle later that day, but she did not show up. If you have any information regarding this individual, contact the NPS ISB Tip Line at (888)653-0009.#USParkRangers pic.twitter.com/bR8H7DxkG8— Zion National Park (@ZionNPS) October 10, 2020 Emergency search […]Read full article >