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Fellowship Hall Resource Center Part 1 [Video]

Fellowship Hall Resource Center Part 1

Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Hank Wilson and Andrew Herrle of Fellowship Hall.

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MEMA launches COVID-19 Emergency Relief Program [Video]

MEMA launches COVID-19 Emergency Relief Program

MEMA launches a new program to help cities and counties with the financial burdens of COVID-19.

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Garden Spider Finishing Her Web [Video]

Garden Spider Finishing Her Web

Occurred on August 23, 2019 / USA Info from Licensor: "We named this spider Jupiter because of her size. Her body alone was about 1.5 inches long. She made her web in our back yard beside our house in..

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Local photographer raising money through social distancing photo shoots [Video]

Local photographer raising money through social distancing photo shoots

During the pandemic, you’ll find a lot of families hanging out at home, especially on the front porch. It’s become a draw for photographers nationwide.

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Mel Camp discovers Riverworks Part 2 [Video]

Mel Camp discovers Riverworks Part 2

Mel Camp discovers Riverworks Part 2

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Mel Camp discovers Riverworks Part 1 [Video]

Mel Camp discovers Riverworks Part 1

Mel Camp discovers Riverworks Part 1

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Governor responds to MSMA's call for statewide mask mandate [Video]

Governor responds to MSMA's call for statewide mask mandate

The Mississippi State Medical Association is asking the governor to issue a statewide mask mandate.

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Kate Middleton, Chunky Bronde Highlights [Video]

Kate Middleton, Chunky Bronde Highlights

These days, celebrities are changing up their hair colors left and right. We're used to seeing members of famous families like the Kardashians and Jenners switch up their looks quite often. We're..

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Scientists have succeeded in creating holographic chocolate. [Video]

Scientists have succeeded in creating holographic chocolate.

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Sunset Lounge progresses through expansion [Video]

Sunset Lounge progresses through expansion

The Sunset Lounge, a beacon in the Black community in West Palm Beach, is pushing ahead with its renovation and expansion.

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Donating blood during the COVID-19 pandemic [Video]

Donating blood during the COVID-19 pandemic

Many blood drives across the county had to be canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, making the need for donating even more important.

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Tax Day 2020: Deadline Tips [Video]

Tax Day 2020: Deadline Tips

CBSN Bay Area's Michelle Griego talks with Kimberly Palmer with NerdWallet about tips for last-minute filers.

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Fox Family Plays in the Garden [Video]

Fox Family Plays in the Garden

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RealTime Weather: Showers And Storms Coming Tomorrow [Video]

RealTime Weather: Showers And Storms Coming Tomorrow

CBS 2 Meteorologist Ed Curran has the latest 7-day forecast.

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Kroger Grocery Stores Will No Longer Give Change In Coins Amid Shortage [Video]

Kroger Grocery Stores Will No Longer Give Change In Coins Amid Shortage

Don't expect to receive change in coins when you go to one grocery store. Kroger, a supermarket chain with hundreds of locations in Texas alone, has stopped giving customers coin change, citing the..

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Fellowship Hall Resource Center Part 3 [Video]

Fellowship Hall Resource Center Part 3

Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Hank Wilson and Andrew Herrle of Fellowship Hall.

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Walk-through sanitizing station to help businesses reopen [Video]

Walk-through sanitizing station to help businesses reopen

Long Island’s John Berlingieri was sick of sitting on the sidelines as the coronavirus pandemic hit his town. After hours of research and multiple prototypes built, Berlingieri and Caro developed and..

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Chicago Marathon canceled over coronavirus concerns [Video]

Chicago Marathon canceled over coronavirus concerns

The 43rd annual Chicago Marathon has been canceled due to public health concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers announced Monday.

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Reusable straw for boba tea opens in the middle [Video]

Reusable straw for boba tea opens in the middle

Help eliminate single-use plastics one sip at a time with this unique boba tea straw.

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A blueprint for reparations in the US | William "Sandy" Darity [Video]

A blueprint for reparations in the US | William "Sandy" Darity

With clarity and insight, economist and author William "Sandy" Darity discusses how the grievous injustice of slavery in the US led to the immense wealth gap that currently exists between Black and..

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This college student spent 48 days biking home after he got trapped abroad during lockdown [Video]

This college student spent 48 days biking home after he got trapped abroad during lockdown

For Kleon Papadimitriou, staying home during lockdown wasn’t an issue — getting home, however, was a little more of a problem.The 20-year-old, who was studying at Scotland’s University of..

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Family uncovers 'time capsule' behind their medicine cabinet [Video]

Family uncovers 'time capsule' behind their medicine cabinet

Finding a hole in your wall that youdidn’t know about is pretty creepy.Finding it filledwith items youdidn’t know aboutis even worse.Imgur user Peter Brown, who postedunder the name..

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Mountain Lion At Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Gets To Stretch His Legs [Video]

Mountain Lion At Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Gets To Stretch His Legs

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is located in Colorado Springs.

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Mortgage Matters 7/11 [Video]

Mortgage Matters 7/11

Mortgage Matters 7/11

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Rocco's Tacos owner explains how restaurant adjusting to coronavirus hours [Video]

Rocco's Tacos owner explains how restaurant adjusting to coronavirus hours

Rocco's Tacos owner Rocco Mangel explains how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the hospitality industry and is forcing changes for restaurants like his.

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First federal execution in 17 years lamented as ’unnecessary and avoidable’ 

CNA Staff, Jul 14, 2020 / 09:50 am (CNA).- The federal government executed its first federal inmate in 17 years on Tuesday, following numerous delays and requests for clemency from the family of the..
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Polish president Duda visits Marian shrine after narrow election win

CNA Staff, Jul 14, 2020 / 09:30 am (CNA).- Andrzej Duda visited Poland’s national Marian shrine Monday following his narrow presidential election victory. Duda attended evening prayer at the..
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'Pope Francis' hospital boat delivers aid to pandemic-hit Amazon

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Pro-life Texas Democrat says racial slurs won't stop his pro-life advocacy

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jul 14, 2020 / 08:25 am (CNA).-   A pro-life Texas state senator running for re-election says he won’t be deterred by racial slurs directed against him by pro-abortion..
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‘The situation is truly dreadful’: Church choirs struggle to survive pandemic

CNA Staff, Jul 14, 2020 / 07:00 am (CNA).- Musicians in England are warning that the coronavirus pandemic is likely to inflict lasting damage on the country’s church choirs.   Charles Cole, the..
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Vatican diplomat urges solidarity in face of growing world hunger

Vatican City, Jul 14, 2020 / 06:35 am (CNA).- According to a new report from the United Nations, an estimated 690 million people went hungry in 2019 -- 10 million more than in 2018. Published July..
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Lourdes offers digital pilgrimage as shrine struggles without pilgrims

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Ministry in the midst of pandemic: A survey of US bishops (Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate)

59% of the nation’s bishops responded to the survey, which examines diocesan morale, finances, and technology. The survey found that 17% of bishops have laid off staff, while 50% have decided not to..
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USCCB: 'Act now to help save Catholic schools!' (USCCB)

The USCCB called on the faithful to ask Congress “to include additional relief for Catholic schools in the next emergency relief package. Public schools are asking for $300 billion dollars, and it is..
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Cardinal Bo, other religious leaders: 'We are weary of war, worn down by enmities' (UCANews)

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US Navy changes course, allows attendance at religious services with precautions (National Catholic Register)

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Pope expresses closeness to priests with CO19 in Buenos Aires slums (Vatican News)

“I want to tell you that I am close to you, that I am praying for you and that I am accompanying you right now,” Pope Francis said in his video message.
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Sudanese Christians await reform on teaching Christianity in schools (Vatican News)

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'Ashamed': Fiji archbishop apologizes for alleged past abuse in Catholic schools (TVNZ)

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After a devastating fire, Mission San Gabriel community vows to rebuild

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China sanctions U.S. religious freedom ambassador over Uyghurs

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US Catholic bishops lament end to federal limits on payday loans

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