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"New novel on classic family drama and rivalries in a small town set in the place she lives and loves, mostly even I am not immune to this draw of Texas. Even I can't help having this kind of outside love. For my home state, even when it's doing so many things wrong. First our newscast it's Saturday, May 2021 Hi from NPR news. I'm trial. Snyder. Republicans in Virginia voting today on nominees for statewide office. Seven GOP candidates for governor. Emphasizing issues like tightening voting laws been paved. Yer of member station V. P. M has more from Richmond. Three out of the four leading GOP candidates for governor have played up connections with former President Donald Trump. Trump's press secretary. Sarah Huckabee, Sanders, stop this week for tech entrepreneur Pete Snyder, Texas Senator Ted Cruz toward with another candidate, investor Glenn Young King. We need a candidate who isn't scared of big check. It isn't scared of the media. Roughly 54,000 people have registered to cast ballots and around 40 locations across Virginia and the party run convention. Critics say the process limits participation toe. Hardcore GOP activists bring the parties odds in November. Republicans haven't won a statewide election in Virginia since 2009 For NPR News. I'm Ben Behavior enrichment Nora Jersey are expected to be on the streets of Elizabeth City, North Carolina today, seeking more answers to the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr by sheriff's deputies last month. Marches to get under way in a couple of hours. That comes after a judge blocked the public release of body cam footage from the shooting while a criminal investigation is underway, But the judge did say that family members will see about 20 minutes of the footage, the county sheriff says that will happen on Tuesday. India has confirmed nearly 4200 covert 19 deaths today. That's the country's deadliest daily tolls and so pandemic began. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai. The real number, maybe even higher. Several crematoriums across India have said only a fraction of the bodies they're seeing daily or getting counted by the government. India also confirmed more than 400,000 new Corona virus infections, but testing has slowed across the country. To Southern States Tunnel Not do and Karnataka are among the latest to impose restrictions on movement. India's economy shrank 24% last spring under a nationwide lockdown. So far, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has resisted calls to impose another one, but he's under a lot of pressure to act. The Lancet medical journal calls Modi's covert response inexcusable and a self inflicted national catastrophe. Lauren Frayer. NPR NEWS Mumbai All Street shrugged off this week's jobs. Report. NPR's Scott Horsley reports both the Dow Jones industrial average and the S and P 500 into the weekend record highs. All the major stock indexes jumped on Friday, despite the jobs report, which showed US employers added just 266,000 jobs last month. Lackluster hiring help quell concerns the economy is in danger of overheating, which might prompt the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates. For the week, The Dow jumped by two and two thirds percent, while the S and P. Klein nearly one and a quarter percent. The tech heavy NASDAQ lost ground during the week closing down 1.5%. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington and this is NPR. This is 90.9. W bur. I'm Sharon Brody in Boston. Changes to admissions rules have led to increased diversity at Boston's three exams schools, a Boston Globe analysis found. The changes boosted admission rates for black, Latino and low income students. Last fall because of the pandemic. This city temporarily changed the admissions criteria, eliminating the admissions exam and instead using grades and zip codes to admit students. School system is considering making the change is permanent. School bus driver in the town of Norfolk is under arrest for allegedly bringing a loaded handgun on board. Some King Philip Middle School students found the weapon Thursday afternoon. Police say they believe it fell out of David trips pocket while he was cleaning the bus. King Philip Regional school district superintendent calls and he says this is deeply disturbing. It is not okay to ever have Any type of weapon near a student Officials have band trip from transporting King Philip School District and Norfolk Public School students. He's expected to be arraigned Monday on charges including reckless endangerment of a child and improper storage of a firearm near a minor. The public Garden Swan boat season begins in just under an hour because of the pandemic. The swan boats did not grace the lagoon in 2020 for the first time since the business began in Boston and 18 77. This month. The votes will only operate Friday through Sunday. The hope is to return to a seven day a week scheduled in June Safety protocols in place including mass requirement and physical distancing. It's 51 degrees in Boston Clouds today with highs.
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"Ireland and South Africa. After that, the president signed an order reversing President Trump's ban on transgender people in the military during qualified American to serve their country in uniform and later in the day. Today, he signed another order making it policy for federal agencies to buy Americans Trump promoted by and made in America. President Biden now ordering it for anything federal agencies purchase the president will put to work. Nearly $600 billion in taxpayer dollars. That goes toward federal contracting and support of American manufacturing and good paying jobs Spokesperson Jen Psaki, saying they will close loopholes that gave some foreign companies an advantage and supplying the federal government and he failed. ABC News Washington and we have the latest numbers on the virus out tonight from DPH. So let's get that data from WBC's Carl Stevens. Some of the numbers in the Daily virus update from the state Department of Public Health continued to move, however slowly in a positive direction. For example, for the second day in a row. The seven day positivity rate is below 5% At 4.823 weeks ago, it was 8.5%. Also for the second day in a row. There are fewer than 2000 covert patients in hospitals across the state. Numbers 1955 3 weeks ago, the number was above 2400. There are nearly 3500 newly confirmed cases of the virus in the state and 45 new covert related deaths. Charles Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, south of Boston Tonight, changes coming for students and the King Philip Regional School district. Her superintendent Paul's any after close consideration with the boards of health from ransom Plainville and North Walk. The district has decided to transition to a fully remote learning model for the remainder of the week as we investigate multiple positive confirmed cases of covert 19 within the district. Then, he says, Every school building in that district has to be close through Friday, so everything can get deep cleaned. He says. The district will decide later this week if they plan to go back to hybrid learning next week. Also tonight, Needham High School going all remote for the rest of the week because they found what's likely to be the first case of community transmission of the high school. Winter sports have been paused because six cases have been confirmed on three varsity teams overall since last Tuesday, officials at Needham High said they have confirmed 23 positive cases at that school. 6 38. Let's see if it was a positive day on Wall Street Bloomberg business Here's andro Day. All the airlines thinks our travel plans are about to pick up so the care of your plans to return 400 pilots to full flying status by summer. That's well ahead of when the company originally estimated it could happen. Wall Street moved on divergent passes. Traders lamented Word from the Senate majority leader that a vote on covert relief is likely a month or more away now lost. 37 NASDAQ Game 93 S and P Up 14. Buffalo. Wild Wings has done this before, And it's doing it again announcing today that everyone in the U. S and Canada will win free wings the afternoon of February 22nd if the Super Bowl goes into overtime Anjiro Day Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio and we're keeping.
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"Begin next Monday, provide administration renewing a push to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. Driver in a Belmont Road Rage case now been charged with murder students in the King Philip Regional School district. They're going to be learning remotely for the rest of the week. A robo call was sent out today to community members to close consideration with the boards of health from ransom. Plainville in North Walk, the district has decided to transition to a fully remote learning model. For the remainder of the week As we investigate multiple positive confirmed cases of covert 19 within the district, the message goes on to say only custodial staff will be the buildings for the rest of this week do deep cleanings. The school district says. This is being done in about 11 abundance of caution, and we'll be in touch with local health boards to reassess in the coming days. As Americans continue to get vaccinated against covert 19. There was word on progress from Johnson and Johnson, ABC medical contributor and infectious disease experts themselves for medical Doc Todd Ellery. This is a single dose vaccine and with a single dose vaccine. If it's effective, you can imagine that's going to really change the landscape of logistics and make it much easier to give. More vaccine. Maternal, meantime, says new research shows it's covert 19 vaccine does work on variants of the virus from the UK and South Africa. However, the company says out of an abundance of caution, they will develop a booster shot. For the South African strain. Voting machine Manufacturers. Dominion Voting systems is suing former President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, saying it wanted to set the record straight and recover more than a billion dollars in damages. The company alleges Giuliani was behind a lie that Dominion had stolen votes and fixed the election for now. President Joe Biden Dominions lawyers, Tom Claire Million put him on formal written notice of these fax weeks ago. And yet he has continued to lie about Dominion over and over again. Even after the events last weekend in Washington, D C and right up to and including the filing of this lawsuit, Dominion is suing for defamation. In response, Giuliani says he will investigate a counter suit. Dozens of people needed hospital treatment following weekend protests in Russia. More than 40. People had to seek medical attention after thousands gathered in Moscow and other major cities to support Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. Navalny recently returned to Russia and was immediately detained. Police estimated about 4000 protesters gathered in Moscow alone with one human rights organization reporting over 1000 people had been detained by police. I'm Bill's him for after being trapped for two weeks in China, 11 miners have been found alive. The news is not all good, though nearly half of the trapped miners Didn't survive just to the mine in Shandong Province in the far east of the country had collapsed after an explosion January 10th, leaving the men stranded under 70 tons of debris. Rescuers mentioned to make contact with the trapped men who'd ask for pickles and porridge to be sent down to trying to stave off hunger. China's minds, of course are among the world's deadliest and Sadly, officials just announcing that despite the rescue 10 miners have bean found dead that is a B C's. He empanel a shooting in Salem, Lisa Man and a woman injured. This happened just before 8 30 last night on Perkins Street north of the victim's conditions. Their injuries are believed to be serious. Both protecting a mass general hospital. No word on any arrest. Nonprofit in Metro West is expanding one of two locations, so we conserve more low income families during the pandemic. Hoops and homework was started in 2012 by founder Herb Chasing as a way to get kids in low income neighborhoods and framing him off the streets after school. The nonprofit provides tutoring and activities for Children at its two centers, Jason says They've expanded their hours during the pandemic so that kids can actually come into the center in the morning and do their online learning there. We make stood there on line. The teacher and ask questions answered. Questions process stayed at home with these crowded departments and the parents struggling to help them with the limited English that stuff the kids are fed While they're at the center, Jason says. Their meal at 5 P.m. is often the last meal. A lot.