Monthly Archives: July 2020

  • McGirk’s Irish Pub reopens after customer tests positive for virus

    McGirk’s Irish Pub reopens after customer tests positive for virus Unmute Play Remaining Ad Time Ad – 00:00 TOWN OF CHENANGO (WBNG) — McGirk’s Irish Pub is back open after having to closed due to a customer testing positive for COVID-19. After announcing the pub was temporarily closing, the…

  • Change laws that shield police, Missouri prosecutor says

    Change laws that shield police, Missouri prosecutor says CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — After a third review has failed to uncover enough evidence to charge the Missouri police officer who fatally shot Black 18-year-old Michael Brown, some prosecutors and civil rights leaders agree it’s time to focus on changing the…

  • What receiving mysterious seed packets in the mail could mean

    What receiving mysterious seed packets in the mail could mean CATTARAUGUS COUNTY, N.Y. (WIVB)–Consumers and authorities are baffled by small packages of what appear to be seeds flooding the country. A Southern Tier family received several of those packages and now they want to know what is in them.…

  • Niagara Wheatfield Central School District rolls out their district’s reopening plan

    Niagara Wheatfield Central School District rolls out their district’s reopening plan The Niagara Wheatfield Central School district made their reopening plan with the help of those who may have the best insight — the student’s parents. The district surveyed the parents in the district, asking them which model parents…

  • Costa Rica groups test stuck Nicaragua migrants for COVID-19

    Costa Rica groups test stuck Nicaragua migrants for COVID-19 MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Costa Rican doctors have begun giving free coronavirus tests to about 200 Nicaraguan migrants who have been stranded at the two countries’ border because the Nicaraguan government has demanded negative test results. Clinica Biblica Hospital in…

  • Supreme Court won’t halt challenged border wall projects

    Supreme Court won’t halt challenged border wall projects WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has declined by a 5-4 vote to halt the Trump administration’s construction of portions of the border wall with Mexico following a recent lower court ruling that the administration improperly diverted money to the project.…

  • Niagara Falls City Schools unveils Covid-19 reopening plan

    Niagara Falls City Schools unveils Covid-19 reopening plan The Niagara Falls City School District unveiled their reopening plan for the school year, after not hosting in-person classes for months, because of the Covid-19 pandemic. District Superintendent Mark Laurrie says the students will attend school in two groupings, in an…

  • GOP leaders can’t bank on Trump’s help in Kansas Senate race

    GOP leaders can’t bank on Trump’s help in Kansas Senate race HOLTON, Kan. (AP) — Establishment Republicans might have to try to hang on to what should be a safe Senate seat in Kansas without hoped-for help from President Donald Trump. The fight between establishment-backed Rep. Roger Marshall and…

  • City in Kansas requiring masks to guard ‘safe’ reputation

    City in Kansas requiring masks to guard ‘safe’ reputation TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Officials in a college town in conservative western Kansas are embracing a mask ordinance in hopes of making residents and incoming students feel safe, even as surrounding communities have balked at such efforts to slow the…