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Monthly Archives: January 2020

Must See Films: SLC Sundance Film Festival

[ABC 4, GOOD THINGS UTAH] Michael Mejia, novelist and professor of English at the University of Utah joined us in the studio today to talk about the must see films playing at Sundance. From the captivating to the most interesting concepts these films are worth the watch. Mucho, Mucho Amor: […]

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What happened to the mysterious Colorado drones?

[9 NEWS] Drone sightings have significantly dropped off, but we can’t definitively say why. DENVER — It was only a few weeks ago that questions about mystery drones spotted in the sky above Colorado’s Eastern Plains dominated national headlines. But, the updates about the drones – a mystery which prompted […]

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Gov. Inslee gives update on coronavirus in Wash. State: 16 people now tested

[KIRO 7] Gov. Jay Inslee, KC Exec. Dow Constantine, other leaders give update on local coronavirus response: There are now 16 people in Washington state who have been tested for coronavirus, and of those one tested positive and eight are waiting on test results. On Thursday, the World Health Organization […]

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Health Department Says Maryland Resident Tested Negative For Coronavirus

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Maryland patient tested negative for new coronavirus, health officials said Friday, an outbreak in China that has killed dozens and left thousands sick. Health officials first reported a Marylander may have been exposed to the virus on Monday. The Maryland Department of Health said the patient showed flu-like […]

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Investigation underway to determine cause of California helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, 8 others

[USA TODAY] Legendary NBA player Kobe Bryant, 41, has died in a helicopter crash in California that killed nine people including his 13-year-old daughter. CALABASAS, Calif. — Multiple federal agencies will join California officials in trying to determine why a helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven other people slammed into a […]

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2 people killed in an explosion at a Houston manufacturer that shook the city and damaged homes

[CNN] Two people were killed in Friday morning’s explosion at a northwest Houston manufacturing business, police said — a blast shook much of the city, damaged buildings up to a half mile away and left some residents at least temporarily displaced.The explosion rocked Watson Grinding and Manufacturing around 4:15 a.m. […]

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Coronavirus Outbreak: Patients tested in California and Texas as WHO refuses to declare Health Emergency

[NEWSWEEK] Health officials are carrying out medical tests for the new coronavirus strain on patients who have recently returned from Wuhan, China, in Alameda County, California, and Brazos County, Texas. One of the patients is an unnamed student in Texas, who came down with a respiratory issue two weeks after […]

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Coronavirus International Outbreak

[CNN] What we know so far The virus: At least 25 people are dead in China and more than 800 infected as the Wuhan coronavirus continues to spread throughout Asia and across the world.Wuhan, Huanggang, Ezhou under lockdown: Three cities are under travel restrictions, including Wuhan, the city of 11 million people where the outbreak […]

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SpaceX’s Crew Dragon abort test was ‘picture-perfect,’ Elon Musk says

[SPACE] CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX’s high-altitude test of its Crew Dragon launch escape system on Sunday morning (Jan. 19) appears to have been a “picture-perfect mission,” company founder and CEO Elon Musk said.  “I have great admiration and appreciation for the teams at SpaceX and NASA,” Musk said during a postlaunch […]

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Women’s marches kick off across the country

[CBS] Thousands of people gathered in cities across the country for the 2020 Women’s March. The fourth iteration of the march was expected to have the lowest turnout since its inception in 2017. The first Women’s March took place the day after President Trump was sworn into office on January 21, 2017. […]

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