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Jill Biden Tests Positive for COVID-19, Mild Symptoms

Jill Biden Tests Positive for COVID-19, Mild Symptoms

Associated Press KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. (AP) – First lady Jill Biden has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing “mild symptoms.” The White House announced it on Tuesday. The first lady has been vacationing with President Joe Biden in South Carolina. She began experiencing symptoms on Monday. She has been prescribed the antiviral drug Paxlovid…MORE

France: Couple Transmits Monkeypox to Pet Dog [LISTEN]

France: Couple Transmits Monkeypox to Pet Dog [LISTEN]

For what’s believed to be the first time….a dog has contracted Monkeypox…and it looks like it got the virus from its owners. The Lancet Medical Journal detailed the case invovling male partners, ages 44 and 27, who live in the same residence and contracted the virus after having sexual contact with other people. On June…MORE

White Settlement PD: Accused Arsonist in Red Boxers Set Fire to His Home

White Settlement PD: Accused Arsonist in Red Boxers Set Fire to His Home

WHITE SETTLMENT (WBAP/KLIF News ) – White Settlement Police arrested the man accused of setting his home on fire and running away from the engulfed structure wearing only red boxer shorts. The blaze erupted on Saturday, August 13th, around 9:15 p.m. at the home in the 8100 block of Raymond Avenue west of the El…MORE

Suspect in Killing of Youth Football Coach Turns himself in

Suspect in Killing of Youth Football Coach Turns himself in

LANCASTER (WBAP/KLIF) – The man wanted in connection to a deadly shooting after a youth football game in Lancaster turned himself in to Police on Monday. According to the Lancaster Police Department, on August 13 at 8:50 p.m. Lancaster Police Officers responded to a shooting in progress at the Community Park located on Jefferson Street.…MORE

Heat Exposure Increases Among Teens and Kids

Heat Exposure Increases Among Teens and Kids

Fort Worth, TX (WBAP/KLIF) – First responders are seeing heat exposure cases increase among young people. As temperatures remain hot, Matt Zavadsky with MedStar says more kids are getting treated for this illness. “We know that this is an issue and kids are going to be out doing things after school that they might not…MORE

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