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Seattle - United Way to serve meals, support King County residents during COVID-19

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

0:51 listening | 1 hr ago

Seattle - United Way to serve meals, support King County residents during COVID-19

"The coming summer could be a hungry one for communities economically battered by the pandemic now a group of young workers will fan out across king county to feed them the United Way of king county and americorps are assembling what they call the hunger core young workers to serve meals at food banks to visit hungry people in the community and serve as a resource for those the pandemic has harmed we got over three hundred applications strainer cutest winters addresses the thirty who make up the first hunger core cohort some of them grad students others displaced Peace Corps volunteers some of you are community members that you were like you know what now more than ever did you need me and there's something that I can do about it thirty people can do only so much that's why as the summer goes on their numbers will be bolstered by seventy additional americorps volunteers

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Washington, D.C. crime rates drop amid pandemic

Larry O'Connor

0:36 listening | 2 hrs ago

Washington, D.C. crime rates drop amid pandemic

"Well there's been very few good news stories to come out of the pandemic but DC's crime rate is one of them city property crimes are down twelve percent compared to last year violent crime across the city has decreased by ten percent police chief Peter Newsham says domestic violence complaints have also dropped slightly all of this leaving more time for officers to gently enforce social distancing this is a change of for all of us and I think by and large you know if you take the seven hundred thousand people that live in the district of Columbia the large majority of those people have been compliant just a handful of citations have been written

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Baby Beluga Born at Atlanta's Georgia Aquarium

Atlanta's Morning News

0:20 listening | 10 hrs ago

Baby Beluga Born at Atlanta's Georgia Aquarium

"The Georgia aquarium adds another beluga whisper gives birth may seventeenth her calf weighs one hundred seventy four pounds and measures over five feet long the baby beluga is being closely monitored round the clock after prolonged labor the other belugas are me being kept in a separate area they aquarium remains closed to the public in the pandemic Animal Planet airs a feature on the birth

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Hanover High creates tribute for its graduating seniors

WBZ Afternoon News

0:22 listening | 1 d ago

Hanover High creates tribute for its graduating seniors

"Hanover high school is paid a special tribute to their graduating seniors portraits of the one hundred and eighty nine senior class students have been set up on signs in the order of students would have sat in during their graduation ceremony faculty also created signs with words of inspiration and encouragement Hanover high has a target date of July thirty first for

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Cleveland Cavaliers' Andre Drummond leaves $1,000 tip at Florida restaurant

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

0:56 listening | 20 hrs ago

Cleveland Cavaliers' Andre Drummond leaves $1,000 tip at Florida restaurant

"Room and here's a real life story Andre Drummond center for the Cleveland cavs was down in Florida at Delray beach and he was taken advantage of that state's relax covert nineteen restrictions you want to have brunch yesterday at the shady restaurant down there they left a one thousand dollar tip on a one hundred and sixty four dollar tab the waitress Cassandra dheas didn't realize who Drummond was until after she was finished serving them and needless to say she was blown away when she saw the tip she wrote on the restaurant's Instagram page that she couldn't believe it she was shaking and had tears of happiness and broke quote it's so amazing to see people display acts of kindness in these uncertain times this is a story I will never forget thank you again so much at Andre

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90-year-old Seattle woman survives coronavirus

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

4:22 listening | 1 d ago

90-year-old Seattle woman survives coronavirus

"Covert nineteen is not always a death sentence for senior citizens and approve it couples Eric Johnson brings us the tale of Geneva what a great great grandma who got up after beating the virus daughter Cammie knight describes her like this determined stubborn headstrong but loving generous just don't mess with her her name was Geneva would she is ninety years old she has five kids eleven grandchildren twelve great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren she had a stroke in in January January and and she she went went to to life life care care center center of of Kirkland Kirkland for for rehab rehab and and they they didn't didn't think think they they should should get get out out of of the the wheelchair wheelchair after after you you know know because because she she had had lost lost a a little little complete complete use use of of her her right right side side she got out of the chair all right until she fell and broke her hip on March fourth and then she became ill very ill on March fifth she was taken to Harborview were they tested her she had the coronavirus covert nineteen additionally there and you call and it covers five near Tomales at by the ninth doctors like mark Zahra stock she was a goner the originations going up and so by the time I left late in the evening she had been kind of converted to comfort care can we had sort of decided that she was gonna pass that's what the family wanted to that's what she did the lights were out Emily was told to say their goodbyes switch they did through glass we're paying because I thought I knew that I wish not gonna laugh and I didn't want to translate and there was no hope there was the my family on the other side of that window and I couldn't touch by the tents lonely and afraid she was crying for family begging to see them one by one family members were allowed to put on suits and masks and gloves and they made their final visits she said her goodbyes and she was at peace there wasn't anything like I'm not ready to die she was like she was ready to go Seton Fatah hard battle in she said goodbye and she gave us all our last our instructions she was moved to a new rule where they couldn't even look at her through glass there is a specific potato soup the Geneva loves just Plano potato soup for kids started dropping it off for her and she ate it and something astounding happens from the shadow of death door Genevan clear right and feisty started fighting again and she started getting I wanted them to be proud that I could still push it when did and I did and I'm still fighting and I'm still pushing the carriage I still have a lot to live for on the twenty second to test came back negative the coronavirus like old police retreated in the face of something tougher than itself in this case a nine year old Texans kids describers a bat out of hell course for potato soup I don't have the car owner I'm free I'm clear that's what that door says what's it going to feel like for you to go back home again I don't know that I can explain it's gonna be like I have been to happen yet it is seventy one and they tell me I might get to go tomorrow so I can't really afford tomorrow okay engine either way and that is the story of a tough old bird who got up off the canvas proud and defiant and gave the coronavirus a weapon it will not soon forget you could communicate with that damn coronavirus what would you tell it it

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In Greater Boston, Braintree Siblings Raise Money For First-Responders By Planting Memorial Day Flags

WBZ Afternoon News

0:26 listening | 2 d ago

In Greater Boston, Braintree Siblings Raise Money For First-Responders By Planting Memorial Day Flags

"The coronavirus denied a brother and sister from Braintree their chance to honor fallen U. S. military members by planting American flags on Boston common but to me and I'm Emily Sullivan of Braintree are doing the next best thing on this Memorial Day weekend since Wednesday they've offered to plant flags in front of homes to raise money for corona virus first responders they've been joined by their friend Josephine Whitney and at last count they raised around two thousand

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Out of the Woods: Tiger emerges for TV match with Lefty, QBs

Safe Money with Scott Mann

0:29 listening | 2 d ago

Out of the Woods: Tiger emerges for TV match with Lefty, QBs

"And there is some fun on television today gonna started off was golf Phil Mickelson came out on top of last time he in Tiger Woods squared off today they'll have some company at medalist golf club tiger teaming up with Peyton manning while lefty will be joined by Tom Brady the match champions for charity will feature nine holes of best ball followed by nine holes of alternate shot play even seeing off with a ten million dollar donation from the four competitors combined all going to corona virus relief efforts of the American red cross in the all in challenge among those charities set to receive

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Georgia National Guard to hold flyover across metro Atlanta Monday to honor the fallen

Monica Perez

0:36 listening | 3 d ago

Georgia National Guard to hold flyover across metro Atlanta Monday to honor the fallen

"Want to keep an eye on the sky this coming Memorial Day the Georgia Army National Guard will be doing a flyover on Monday to honor fallen service members for Blackhawks was gonna leave out of here clay National Guard center and will fly over Grady health systems Stone Mountain park northside hospital and Gwinnett will continue on through like like live near flammable wrapped up just after noon at Marietta national cemetery for a complete list of locations in time C. or WSB radio website it's more than a flyover Major General Tom carton tells me it's part of our culture to remember and honor and it's going to take more than a pandemic to change that he says

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Limited release of one of Seattle’s most iconic beers 'Manny's Pale Ale' in cans to help restaurant workers

News, Traffic and Weather

0:21 listening | 3 d ago

Limited release of one of Seattle’s most iconic beers 'Manny's Pale Ale' in cans to help restaurant workers

"Something new from Seattle's Georgetown brewery its flagship beer Manny's pale ale available for fourteen years to restaurants and bars as a draft beer is being made available in cans as of today at the brewery and is expected to be in stores by mid week George town brewery says proceeds from this six week run will go to a restaurant and bar workers

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Plano Starts New Service to Check on Seniors

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

2:03 listening | 4 d ago

Plano Starts New Service to Check on Seniors

"Makers when most people think of libraries they think of books but they're so much more he changed a lot libraries are very dynamic institutions in terms of looking at society and meeting the needs of what this society needs at that moment the need in this coronavirus crisis world was to check on the city's most vulnerable population they're seniors Brent Blakely is the manager of the mirabelle Davis library in Plano the idea to do senior Kerr calls and I think in the beginning of April and we would call them and just have a general conversation of what they would like to talk about the violin opportunity in kind of like the social isolation they might be feeling because they were asked to stay at home the seniors they talked to are from all walks of life many of the people that we've contacted actually were very active in the community and they were suddenly couldn't decision where they could be involved in those activities still and we also had people that were somewhat isolated already because of illness and different things in our lives that kept them at home the the goal is generally just designed to provide a social outlet for and so far the program has been a success we have had people as we started to repeat calls they made the comment to us that they were looking forward to hearing from us that we since we started we continue to have these sign ups and we're planning to continue the service at the mercy of a future Blakely admits his staff loves it too when you first start something like this you're not sure how the public's going to react or how the staff is participating and I I had several staff members tell me how much they enjoyed the calls that they make to the seniors and you know responses seniors today said nice things about them and you know and in some states started develop sort of a phone friendship that was somebody that they didn't know until you know nothing you have to go we're proud to call Plano libraries and their staffs this week's KRLD difference makers the library of false as society evolves around it and you know right now in the society that we're in this is a read that needs to be solved because these people are part of our city and we don't want them to feel left behind CZ series newsradio ten eighty

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Meet the 2020 National Teacher of the Year

WBZ Morning News

0:38 listening | 5 d ago

Meet the 2020 National Teacher of the Year

"And Hey congratulations by the way introducing the newly named national teacher of the year she's what every teacher strives to be tributes pouring in for the teacher of the year tab of the Ross Perot I am so honored to represent what's best about education for preschool class in Winfield Kansas meets in a nursing home it is the most joyful experience that you can imagine the residents to become volunteers getting involved with the kids they get read to one on one every single day which I couldn't do a long before in the pandemic school is closed she's now trying to help the kids and the seniors

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2020 National Teacher of the Year revealed

WBBM Morning News

0:51 listening | 5 d ago

2020 National Teacher of the Year revealed

"CBS this morning we're revealing the twenty twenty national teacher of the year this year's finalists include Louisiana social studies teacher Chris dear Ohio language teacher lay look foolish Kansas preschool teacher tab at the Ross Perot oi and Montana science teacher Linda Rost and we are delighted to announce that the twenty twenty national teacher of the year is tab at the Ross Perot I miss is tab of the as she is known to our students runs a preschool program housed in a retirement village the unique learning environment is built on the interaction between the children and the grandparent volunteers we'll talk to tab of the Ross Perot in a moment but first we spoke with several people who have been touched by her program

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Sia reveals she adopted teen boys who were aging out of foster care

Doug Stephan

2:43 listening | 5 d ago

Sia reveals she adopted teen boys who were aging out of foster care

"This is C. R. and she's released together which regulates things here first single from our upcoming joint album and motion picture shows the our music is that it yeah the album in the film are both called music music okay she wrote and directed the film which has some interesting stars in it Kate Hudson's in its place the order junior Maddie Ziegler and definitely heroes channel regional songs for the soundtrack for the movie how to gather it coming to you with a music video starring the three principal cast members while the trooper Anson children all wearing outfits steamed after clouds and rainbows it's a really a video it's a durable yeah it's a based on a short story that see a road back in two thousand seven music follows seventy names who played by Kate Hudson a newly sober women figure out her place in the world when she learns that she is to become the sole guardian of her half sister that sister music played by Maddie Ziegler girl on the autism spectrum music's release date has not yet been announced the film explores to seize favorite themes finding your voice and what it means to create family earlier in the week see what public with the news that she had adopted two eighteen year old boys last year in in and out of foster care yeah they aged out of the foster system and they were just going to be basically jumped on to the street which is something that no one talks about and and that happens all the time I have a one of my friends grew up in a family where her parents fostered a lot of kids they have their own kids and they also foster and so many of them you know they paid for them to go to private school and then at eighteen there's just nothing they get dumped into the world and so her family ended up adopting at they would graduate from high school and then her family adopted a bunch of kids at the age of eighteen because there's just there's they're homeless the foster system does absolutely nothing after your eighteen how old is C. I don't know it's just hair yeah you can't tell who's usually wears a wig covering her face I think should be eighty we have no that's true we have no idea if I had to guess I'm gonna split the difference and save forty maybe yeah interesting idea and the idea that what she and her background if you write a story like this she is newly sober well she is over so this is a very kind spread out of her personal story I don't know about the half sister angles but that is kind of

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In Philadelphia, homeless, unemployed line up around block for food pantry

KYW 24 Hour News

1:20 listening | 6 d ago

In Philadelphia, homeless, unemployed line up around block for food pantry

"New program to feed the homeless and otherwise needy has been gaining a lot of momentum in Philadelphia over the past eight weeks the collaborative effort of nonprofits caterers and philanthropists as we hear from K. Y. W.'s Paul Kurtz forged out of urgent desperation as hundreds of thousands of people hit the unemployment line back in March the initiative known as step up to the plate has grown rapidly according to Broad Street ministry executive director Mike doll L. number two thousand five hundred individuals are getting credit for being prepared by some of our best restaurants and caterers in the region other members of step up to the plate include project home prevention point and the newest partner Simak which just opened a hub outside Francis Scott key elementary school in south Philly C. L. toy when says it didn't take long for word to spread throughout the neighborhood you know we started eleven thirty on a good day they're lined up at ten o'clock and I think one or two days last week the line wrapped around like three you know city blocks most days people can get a full meal on others they can pick up fresh produce and pantry items we got some potatoes onions celery apples you come here every day to get the I mean when I ask a you know when I come from therapy and outcome pants and I see us up in South Philadelphia I'm Paul Kurtz KYW newsradio

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Abducted toddler reunited with parents 32 years later.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

2:40 listening | 6 d ago

Abducted toddler reunited with parents 32 years later.

"A CHINESE MAN. Who was stolen from his family as a toddler has been reunited with his parents after thirty two years. Mao. Yan was snatched in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when he was walking home from nursery with his father aged. Just two and a half. He's parents finally embraced him again on Monday afternoon. In the western city of Chia where he was born after vanished. He's mother Li Jing Z. Quit her job and launched a decades long search for her son that included sending out more than one hundred thousand flies and appearing on numerous television shows after more than three decades tip off in late April finally led to that long awaited reunion. Police received information about a boy from Sheehan who had been sold to a family. Just over three hundred and seventy miles away for six thousand yen. State media reported authorities utilized facial recognition technology to help with the search using toddler photos to create a possible photofit of the adult now and comparing the image to ones in a national database. Dna tests confirmed Malian's identity and on the tenth of May Mother's Day in China. Police told Li that her son had been found. This is the best gift I have ever got. On Mother's Day. She was quoted as saying officials arranged the reunion for just a week later in front of a sizeable crowd and ranks of television cameras. Mao who've been waiting in a side room ran towards his mother when the door was opened. The family embraced all weeping and mouse father. Maoz djing gently kissed his sons forehead. He had lost seen his son when the toddler asked for water and they stopped at the entrance of a hotel to get some renamed. Goon Ning Mao had been brought up in the city of Mianyang in neighbouring Sichuan Province. Without any idea he was the target of a decades long high-profile surge. Child kidnapping has been a problem in China for decades. Some of the miners snatched from their parents have been directly exploited by adult criminals and coerced into begging pickpocketing forced labour all the sex trade others have fed a market for DOPP. Dis both among Chinese couples. Who want to son and from ages seeking the lodge donations that foreign adoptive parents are obliged to make abductors have included family. Planning authorities who under China's one child policy had powers to seize children from parents who exceeded their quotas.

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Major formation of historic planes to fly over Riverside, Los Angeles on Memorial Day

Bill Handel

0:23 listening | Last week

Major formation of historic planes to fly over Riverside, Los Angeles on Memorial Day

"A crew of historic warbird pilots either so cal flyover will be harder to miss than the Thunderbirds the World War two era planes will be flying low slow and allowed next Monday Memorial Day tribute to veterans as well as health care workers the fatal start over Loma Linda Passover riverside Anaheim Newport beach Long Beach Torrance and LA one of the planes will be carrying veterans of every war from World War two to Iraq

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Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning vs. Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady is on

WBZ Midday News

0:53 listening | Last week

Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning vs. Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady is on

"Now WBZ news radio live sports are slowly making their return to the United States in the we're waiting for professional leagues to finalize their plans to resume or cancel we do have this look forward to the match this Sunday afternoon in Florida when former quarterback rivals Tom Brady and Peyton manning will square off in a game of golf with their decently well known partners Phil Mickelson Tiger Woods there's been some trash talk leading up to the charity event and Brady let another bar blues on manning in a chat with bleacher report I'm just worried about them pumping crowd noise in there he starts making putts like they used to you know at the RCA dome so I'm ready to deal with anything that comes up with I think there's a degree of mental toughness that comes into this he'll make his first your shots Brady sees that jab before but still good this should be fun and a nice way to spend party or holiday weekend when the match is aired on TNT

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Coronavirus News: New York's Staten Island hospital marks 1st day of 0 COVID-19 admissions

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

0:26 listening | Last week

Coronavirus News: New York's Staten Island hospital marks 1st day of 0 COVID-19 admissions

"Island university hospital has reached a milestone in the cupboard nineteen crisis officials said yesterday was the first day in two months they did not admit any coronavirus patients in twenty four hours executive director Dr Burhan margolick says this is not over but the decreases due to everyone's efforts in social distancing he said as admissions continue to decline the hospital were prepared to resume elective surgeries and normal operations

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Bringing Generations Closer Together

Kind World

3:25 listening | Last week

Bringing Generations Closer Together

"Welcome to kind world. I'm ESPN Amer. And I'm Andrea Swayed. So yes me mean. I don't know about you. Being in quarantine has led me to talk on the phone more than I have in a very very long time. You are not kidding. Most nights like during dinner. We just leave our phone on like we have dinner with other people and it's a really really good way to connect when we can actually see them. Yeah my friend Landry and I. We used to go to the movies once a week and now we are basically watching movies together but separately and earn apartments and then afterward we facetime each other and we talk about the movies as if we had just watched it together on the movie screen. I mean that's just what you have to do. I mean you just cannot overstate how important technology has been and keeping US connected but I do think our dependence on this has inevitably caused some people to feel left out and someone who knows that all too well is sixteen year. Old Jordan Midler Thank you all for joining us today for our next online zoom class. We have a lot in store. For every Sunday. Jordan teaches a free technology class designed specifically for seniors. It all started back when he was a middle school and his family gave his grandparents a pair of smartphones. He quickly realized they needed just a little bit of help to figure out how to use them. I spent numerous times on the phone with my grandparents and walking them through simple procedures like sending a message of phone. Call sending an email downloading APP but Jordan wanted to go beyond his grandparents. He wanted to help other people of their generation benefit from the tech tools. We have right now so he started teaching a class at a free space in his high school in New York and the class was pretty popular but when everything in the city shut down because of Cova Nineteen Jordan decided to keep teaching this time online. Today's lesson is going to be revolving around online banking. That is something that we're all in a situation that we need to us. I think it's such. It's an enormous service that he's providing. I think it's It's a credit to him and it's a credit to him that he wants to. He wants to do what he wants to do. The people like US people like me. That's Rosalyn Zueger. One of Jordan's students rosalind is originally from Ireland. But she's been in the US for more than sixty years at ninety. She lives alone but she maintains a pretty active social life. This lockdowns been really tough on her. But the skills she's learned in Jordan's class have helped her feel more comfortable using technology to connect more with family and friends. I think that made a big difference to my situation being alone ear. I'm not lonely at all and I know I can. I can zoom in to anybody. I like it any time with that. I find that I can get through today. Jacques get through the weeks Jordan. Says his class size has more than doubled. Since going online. My goal is to be able to be able to spread my classes and expanded in a way that any senior is able to assess the classes.

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US fighter jets fly over LA, Riverside, Ventura counties saluting front line workers

Armstrong and Getty

0:25 listening | Last week

US fighter jets fly over LA, Riverside, Ventura counties saluting front line workers

"On Friday the US Air Force Thunderbirds soared over southern California to honor workers on the front lines to cover ninety crisis the F. sixteen fighting falcons flew in formation over the hospitals and medical centers across Los Angeles riverside San Bernadino Ventura and Orange County a statement from the Thunderbirds said the purpose of the demonstration was to salute all health care professionals first responders military and other essential workers this show solidarity with every American during the pandemic

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Ebenezer Baptist Church giving free masks, hand sanitizer kits to hardest-hit metro Atlanta communities

Handel on the Law

0:37 listening | Last week

Ebenezer Baptist Church giving free masks, hand sanitizer kits to hardest-hit metro Atlanta communities

"To catch today often where hope you need it and my dad and my uncle are hoping to catch some stripers today and I'm hoping that I can catch my first one today I have no doubt that you will I have no doubt is your is your dad or your uncle in experience striper fishermen that'll you'll start location I wouldn't call myself because we usually try to get it yeah he said he really tried to get

Obama to graduates, 'Doing what feels good, what's convenient, what's easy, that's how little kids think.'

WTOP 24 Hour News

1:14 listening | Last week

Obama to graduates, 'Doing what feels good, what's convenient, what's easy, that's how little kids think.'

"As much as I'm sure you love your parents about the being stuck at home with them and playing board games or watching tiger king on TV is not exactly how you envisioned the last few months so you're so you're you're dad jokes and hope that's what Barack Obama offered in his message to twenty twenty high school graduates the former president spoke during the graduate graduate together ceremony last night which was co hosted by lebron James and the former president had three pieces of advice for students graduating during this unprecedented crisis don't be afraid to build a community and do what you think is right doing what feels good what's convenient what's easy that's a little kids thank unfortunately a lot of so called grown ups including some with fancy titles important jobs still think that way which is why things are so screwed up I hope that instead if you decide to ground yourself in values that last president Obama also reminded students to think not just about themselves but about each other as the country navigates the post pandemic

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Ebenezer Baptist Church to provide free masks, hand sanitizer kits to hardest-hit metro Atlanta communities

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

0:18 listening | Last week

Ebenezer Baptist Church to provide free masks, hand sanitizer kits to hardest-hit metro Atlanta communities

"Historic Ebenezer Baptist church and the Martin Luther king senior community resources collaborative will be providing free mask and hand sanitizer kits to the hardest hit populations throughout metro Atlanta the first distribution way will take place Saturday ten AM to three PM at Ebenezer Baptist church

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97-Year Old Dallas Woman Goes Home From Hospital After Recovering From Coronavirus

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

0:44 listening | Last week

97-Year Old Dallas Woman Goes Home From Hospital After Recovering From Coronavirus

"All the tough news there are some amazing stories coming out of this pandemic on ninety seven year old patient at medical city Dallas has beaten covert nineteen Catherine Simons and was discharged from the hospital yesterday as nurses in patient care teams teams cheer cheer cheer Simonsson Simonsson Simonsson was was was admitted admitted admitted to to to medical medical medical city city city Dallas Dallas Dallas on on on March March March twenty twenty twenty six six six with with a high fever and altered mental status she spent forty nine days in the hospital including nearly three weeks in the I see you she tested negative for covert nineteen twice before she was discharged this week

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