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WTAP News @ 11 - Nursing home employees to be tested
A twist on the ol' Kookaburra nursery rhyme, a man shows his true love for Hot Pockets, and pre-recorded fan noise at empty stadium sports games.
Amanda Stevens talks about staying active in the art world digitally throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley.
Forecast for May 28th
WTAP News @ 6 - Strcula steps down at Catholic
"We can have peaceful demonstrations," Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said. "But I also have to ensure the safety of everyone in the city."
As the country reaches a painful milestone, we reflect on four months of covering the coronavirus pandemic.
Lack of child care is complicating a return to work for many people.
Mayor Hal Marx of Petal, Mississippi, said he “didn’t see anything unreasonable” in the video of George Floyd's arrest. "If you can talk, you can breathe."
Following the death of George Floyd, protests erupted in Minneapolis for the second day, with some demonstrators turning violent and causing multiple fires in the city. Homes, businesses and a construction site were affected by the fires.