"As temperatures have increased, so have crowds at Illinois Beach State Park's beach area," said Von Bandy, director of the Office of Land Management for the IDNR. "In the past weeks, our staff has witnessed several instances of overcrowding at the beach. Understanding the importance of social distancing in preventing further spread of COVID-19, the department is taking this proactive step to protect the health and safety of staff and visitors." … [Read more...] about Beach At Illinois Beach State Park Closes On Weekends
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As of 11:00 p.m., the National Hurricane Center in Miami said the storm was located about 50 miles east of Cape Canaveral, Fla., and 365 miles south of Myrtle Beach, S.C. Maximum sustained winds have increased slightly to 70 mph as it continues to move north-northwest at a speed of 9 mph. … [Read more...] about Tropical Storm Isaias could hit the Carolinas at near-hurricane strength
The Seattle City Council is looking to abolish its police force, this coming days after 59 Seattle officers were hurt in the Seattle riots. Under the council’s plan, the police would be replaced by “a community-led safety provision program.” … [Read more...] about Tropical Storm Isaias could hit Carolinas at near-hurricane strength
But Anderson said it is unlikely that a physician with a patient who tested positive for the coronavirus would have marked anything other than COVID-19 as the underlying cause on the death certificate. If individuals die, for example, in their homes or in nursing facilities without having been tested, a medical examiner or coroner could hypothetically mark the individual as having died of pneumonia. That scenario would have likely played out in the early days of the coronavirus outbreak when testing was difficult to access and when physicians were still learning how the coronavirus presented itself, Anderson said. According to a report by the Miami Herald, officials inside the DeSantis administration kept the Florida public in the dark in February for about two weeks as they scrambled to come up with a plan on how to respond to the state’s outbreak. … [Read more...] about Florida’s Seen a ‘Statistically Significant’ Uptick in Pneumonia Deaths. The CDC Says It’s Likely COVID.
His reply made me smile. In 2001, PearlHarbor.com was a huge site built to promote the upcoming movie Pearl Harbor. Conversely, Pearl-Harbor.com is a small site, a labor of love I’d created that includes various information about the attack, including a complete list of the survivors and casualties from the USS Arizona. At the time, I was busy managing sites such as PalmSprings.com and LagunaBeach.com for the internet network I own with my brother (CCIN). I was not surprised that some anonymous webmaster at PearlHarbor.com had no idea who George was and ignored him. … [Read more...] about The Man Who Tried to Stop Pearl Harbor