Family Claims They Were Kicked Off Southwest Flight After Toddler Removed His Mask

Jodi Degyansky said she was traveling from Fort Meyers, Florida to Chicago when she says her son was snacking without a face covering before the plane departed.
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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC Is Going Virtual

The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City is going virtual amid the coronavirus pandemic. Mayor Bill de Blasio made the official announcement.
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Officials 'Strongly Recommend' Michigan State Students Self-Quarantine After COVID-19 Surge

The Ingham County Health Department is asking all Michigan State University students living in East Lansing to self-quarantine after hundreds of people affiliated with the school (mostly students) tested positive for COVID-19.
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Salvation Army Kicks Off Red Kettle Campaign Two Months Early to 'Rescue Christmas'

The Salvation Army is kicking off its annual Red Kettle campaign today, early due to the expected shortages brought on by coronavirus budget constraints
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Doctor Dies of COVID-19 After Being at the Forefront of the Battle Against the Virus

An infectious disease specialist from Kentucky passed away on Friday night after a four-month battle with the coronavirus. See the details of her illness.
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See Ryan Reynolds Receive Coronavirus Test as He Returns to Set of 'Red Notice'

As Ryan Reynold’s heads back to work on Netflix’s “Red Notice,” he’s playing it safe by getting a coronavirus test before interacting with others.
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How Students and Parents Are Navigating the Changing College Experience Amid COVID-19

Many colleges and universities have already shifted from in-person to all-remote learning this semester. Some parents and students spoke with KYW Newsradio about how schools are managing the situation.
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CDC: Children at Day Care Spread COVID-19 to Parents and Teachers

A new study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that children at daycare can spread COVID-19 to parents and teachers.
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Dr. Fauci: Vaccine Must Exist for 'Almost a Year' Before Returning to Theaters

While many were hoping to return to theaters sooner rather than later, Dr. Anthony Fauci has suggested that it may be some time before we’re able to see live performances again.
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Officials 'Optimistic' About an Approved Second Stimulus Check

While House and Senate Democrats and Republicans work to agree on a second stimulus plan for Americans, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she feels “optimistic” that the two parties will come to an agreement.
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