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Sixers’ Doc Rivers shares message of open-mindedness on Pride Night

Sixers’ Doc Rivers shares message of open-mindedness on Pride Night

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — The 76ers celebrated their annual LGBTQ Pride Night at the Wells Fargo Center on Monday.🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️ — Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers)This year’s celebration came one day after the anniversary of the historic sit-in at Dewey’s Restaurant in Center City, on April 25, 1965.Before the game, Sixers head coach Doc Rivers explained the importance of the night.“No. 1: education,” he said. “Open-mindedness … inclusion. We just need to learn just to understand each other and be more tolerant to each other, and so I think it’s important to have all these nights....

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Dave Uram
Apr 27
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San Francisco Giants to require fans show proof of vaccination, or negative COVID test to attend games

San Francisco Giants to require fans show proof of vaccination, or negative COVID test to attend games

The San Francisco Giants are preparing to begin their season today and a week before their home opener at Oracle Park the team has issued a statement on how fans will be welcomed back for the 2021 season.Welcome Home, fans! Full Release: — SFGiants (@SFGiants)The team is allowed to have the park at 22% capacity, ~9,000 fans, per game for now and all attendees over the age of 12 will be required to take a COVID-19 test with negative results or provide proof of a full COVID-19 vaccination, in order to gain entry.Test results need to be received within 72 hours of the first game that they plan...

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Apr 1
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Exclusive: Premier Schuylkill River regattas to return in May

Exclusive: Premier Schuylkill River regattas to return in May

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Philadelphia’s premier rowing regattas will return to the Schuylkill River in May. They are the first special events to be permitted since the onset of COVID-19 more than a year ago.Philadelphia's Department of Parks and Recreation has given permission for the Dad Vail and Stotesbury regattas to return. Their applications gained approval just two weeks after the city reopened the permitting process.SCOOP: Dad Vail and Stotesbury will return to the Schuylkill River in May-- 1st special events has permitted since the onset of — Pat Loeb (@PatLoeb)The events will...

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Apr 1
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Search off for armed kidnapper in Northern Michigan after police determine woman lied

Search off for armed kidnapper in Northern Michigan after police determine woman lied

(WWJ) Michigan State Police have called of the search for an armed and dangerous kidnapper after investigators determined the alleged victim lied about what happened.Last Friday afternoon, , sexually assaulted, and taken against her will to Otsego County in Northern Michigan.The woman told police she managed to escape her captor while in Elmira several hours later, and that her kidnapper — whom she described as skinny Black male wearing a red hoodie — ran off on foot.On Wednesday, MSP issued an update on the case saying it has been determined that this crime did not occur, adding that the...

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Mar 31
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Poll: 21% of Bay Area respondents 'definitely' or 'probably' won't get COVID-19 vaccine

Poll: 21% of Bay Area respondents 'definitely' or 'probably' won't get COVID-19 vaccine

As to a greater number of Californians, a new poll by the Bay Area Council found that 21% of respondents who have not yet been vaccinated, said they definitely or probably won’t get the vaccine.The numbers could harm health officials’ efforts to end the pandemic.The poll found that of that 21%, respondents said that they were either not worried about COVID-19, are already healthy, or fear the vaccines’ negative side effects."So, that number seems too high to us because that leaves the entire community at risk, so I think we have our work ahead of us to reach a much higher percent of us,"...

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Apr 1
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Michigan confirms state's first case of P.1 COVID variant from Brazil — What to know

Michigan confirms state's first case of P.1 COVID variant from Brazil — What to know

(WWJ) A mutation of the novel coronavirus that's been causing a surge in cases in Brazil is confirmed to have made it to Michigan.That's according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Service, which announced Thursday it has been notified of a case of the P.1 or Brazil variant of COVID-19 in a Bay County resident.The case was reported by commercial lab Quest, and MDHHS was notified March 31.The Bay County Health Department has been notified and is investigating the individual’s exposure history to attempt to identify the source of the infection. The county is also confirming...

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Michigan State Police searching for Livingston County mom missing since August, 2019

Michigan State Police searching for Livingston County mom missing since August, 2019

(WWJ) The Michigan State Police Brighton Post is asking for the public's help in the mysterious case of a Livingston County woman who disappeared during the summer of 2019.Kama Rae Wilkinson, 35, of Handy Township, was reported missing by family members who have not seen or heard from her since August of 2019.Wilkinson, a mother of three children, has not had any contact with her kids since that time either, according to police.Wilkinson is described as a white female, approximately 5'4" tall, and weighing around 150 lbs., with brown hair and hazel eyes. She has tattoos on her back, left...

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Apr 1
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Couple makes history by opening Reading Terminal’s first Black-owned bakery

Couple makes history by opening Reading Terminal’s first Black-owned bakery

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Tia and Mark El have been trying to open a booth at Reading Terminal Market since 2018. Last year, they were offered a temporary gig."We started off in October as a day stall on Fridays and Saturdays, and we’ve been asked a number of times from customers when will we be here more days," said Tia.This month, they finally get that opportunity. They’re opening Sweet T’s Bakery & Snack Shop in the former Metropolitan Bakery location — and they’re making Reading Terminal history.“This is the first Black-owned bakery inside of Reading Terminal Market in 129 years,”...

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Apr 2
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Former Pa. Gov. Rendell lauds Biden’s infrastructure plan

Former Pa. Gov. Rendell lauds Biden’s infrastructure plan

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Former Gov. Ed Rendell has been advocating for infrastructure investment for years as co-chair of the bipartisan group . He said the plan the president put forth on Wednesday is reasonable, given the timeframe he laid out.“People get scared by that $1.4 trillion price tag, but it’s over eight years,” he said. “I think it’s the right size. We can do this. It will give us some first-class infrastructure again, and the greatest country in the world should have a great infrastructure.”Rendell said the corporate tax increase that will pay for the bill restores only...

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Apr 1
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Villanova student leads design team for Mars capsule

Villanova student leads design team for Mars capsule

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — A Villanova electrical engineering grad student is leading a team into the finals of a NASA competition to find ideas from college students for developing a Mars expedition crew capsule.Nicholas Florio, a Long Island native, directs the team of students he recruited from Villanova, Drexel and Rutgers."Our specific task is to design a vehicle that is able to take the crew safely from off the surface and then into Mars orbit, where then it will dock with an Earth Return Vehicle," he said. "So then once it docks with the Earth Return Vehicle, then our astronauts...

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Apr 26
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