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    Sep. 18—Four Jamestown residents were sentenced recently on felony charges in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Christian Moore, 21, pleaded guilty to theft of property and unlawful entry into a vehicle, Class C felonies. Moore was accused of taking fishing gear valued at more than $1,000 but ...

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    The U.N.'s World Food Program has brought in food and distributed it to tens of thousands of people in recent weeks, but with winter approaching and a drought ongoing, at least $200 million is needed urgently to be able to continue to feed the most vulnerable Afghans, he said. Associated Press.

  3. A customer who refused to wear a mask in a Wells Fargo bank waited in the parking lot to ...


    FacebookSouth Carolina lawyer Alex Murdaugh will turn himself into authorities on Thursday in connection with a jaw-dropping plot to have his alleged drug dealer shoot him dead so his son could collect $10 million in insurance money.Murdaugh’s lawyer confirmed to The Daily Beast that there is a warrant for his client’s arrest for conspiracy to commit insurance fraud.“He plans to ...

  4. Mississippi teachers beg for help after more than 18,000 students catch COVID-19 in one ...


    More than 18,000 Mississippi students have caught COVID-19 in the first month of the school year. Teachers told Insider the state of education in Mississippi is a tragedy and they want a mask mandate.

  5. The increasingly Republican pandemic


    Increasingly, it's a Republican pandemic. The Associated Press reported last week that of the 18,000 American COVID-19 deaths in May, only 150 involved fully vaccinated people — and that "breakthrough" infections of vaccinated people accounted for fewer than 1,200 of the 853,000 COVID-related hospitalizations during the month. Those low numbers suggest the pandemic death rate "could be ...

  6. COVID boosters may risk more serious side effects - CDC


    JAY BUTLER: “The question about boosters is one that is being intensively reviewed…” U.S. health officials on Tuesday said the U.S. is reviewing the need for a third COVID-19 booster shot among those who have already been vaccinated but needs to see more data to know if additional shots could raise people's risk of serious side effects. During a media briefing, Jay Butler, the deputy ...

  7. Delta COVID Surge in Iceland Is Very Bad News for the U.S.


    Sigga Ella/Bloomberg via GettyIceland is one of the most vaccinated countries in the world. But that didn’t stop the tiny island nation from catching a whole lot of COVID in recent weeks.Although the natural, immediate response to this news might be panic, experts who spoke to The Daily Beast said that Iceland’s recent surge in infections—fueled by the new Delta variant of the novel ...

  8. Are US citizens being asked to pay $2,000 for evacuation flights out of Kabul?


    The U.S. Embassy in Kabul warned people on Wednesday the U.S. government "cannot ensure safe passage" to the airport for evacuation. The bulletin also included a message about every U.S. citizen needing to fill out a "Repatriation Assistance Request" form.. The second page of the form tells each applicant that evacuation flights are not free and the cost could exceed $2,000 per person.

  9. 'Single most qualified' mRNA expert speaks about vaccine risks after he says YouTube banned ...


    The man who invented the mRNA technology used in some coronavirus vaccines says he was censored by YouTube for sharing his concerns on the vaccines in a podcast.