Results of a clinical trial suggest pre-emptive treatment with bamlanivimab can prevent COVID-19 from spreading through nursing homes.
QRTEA earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
A surge in cases in some Indian states has scientists worried about a possible new wave.
MMA talent Victoria Lee made a winning professional debut at ONE: Fists of Fury, beating her Thai opponent via submission at Singapore Indoor Stadium.
The US singer's two French bulldogs were stolen after gunmen attacked and wounded her dog walker.
"That's a pretty good job we're doing," he gloated. Twelve months later, the U.S. coronavirus death toll has passed 510,000.
The German radio host made the comments while talking about the band's cover of a Coldplay song.
Hardik, who is looking to regain fitness and get fit for bowling, turned up for training along with Rishabh Pant.
Natalie Wilson broke her back and ribs, as well as suffered damage to her spine, after a sledding accident, according to her family
Ladarius Skelton passed for a touchdown and ran for another, Chase Foster scored on a 14-yard interception return and Southern held on to beat Alabama State 24-21 on Friday night in the opener for both teams in a season delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. Skelton was 10-of-22 passing for 135 yards and had 72 yards rushing. On a play-action pass, Skelton hit a wide-open Gregory Perkins who raced 40 more yards for a 59-yard score to make it 21-all on the second play of the fourth quarter.
Only two out of 30 wickets in the Pink Ball Test went to fast bowlers.
Millsap doubled down on what he claims Jazz executive Dennis Lindsey said to him.
Michael Colton, co-creator of the upcoming ABC comedy “Home Economics,” didn’t joke around on “Jeopardy!” this week. Colton won Friday and will return Monday in an attempt to extend his winning streak to three shows. He squeaked into the weekend by rallying in “Final Jeopardy”. In third place with “Early U.S. History” on tap, Colton’s wager was conservative, but the other two contestants also missed, and his economics wizardry put him on top with $8,402. The winning answer? The XYZ Affair. Also Read: Topher Grace-Led 'Home Economics' Comedy Ordered to Series by ABC Colton, whose ABC show will debut April 7, discussed his “Jeopardy!” fortunes Friday while promoting his day job in a Television Critics Association panel. “Thank you for bringing this up,” a joking Colton said, according to USA Today. “I was a little annoyed that none of the people before you brought it up. We’ll do a separate breakout TCA session later just to talk about it.” Colton live-tweeted Thursday’s “Jeopardy!” episode, which was taped two weeks ago and he won with $9,201. Tonight! I am on the television show Jeopardy. (7pm on ABC in Los Angeles, for other cities you're on your own.) Keep an eye out for the embarrassing moment when I tried to buy a vowel! pic.twitter.com/zuYeJwQZV8 — Michael Colton (@mikecolton) February 25, 2021 ABC ordered the Topher Grace-led comedy based on Colton’s life to series in December. John Aboud is executive producing along with Colton. Also Read: Ratings: ABC's 'The Hustler' Finale Stays Steady, CBS' 'B Positive' Hits Series High in Viewers The comedy will mark Grace’s first return to series TV since he starred as Eric Foreman on Fox’s “That ’70s Show,” which aired from 1998 to 2006. According to ABC, “Home Economics” takes a look at the heartwarming yet super uncomfortable and sometimes frustrating relationship between three adult siblings: one who’s in the one percent, one who’s middle class, and one who’s barely holding on. Read original story ‘Jeopardy!’ Fortunes Continue for Michael Colton, Co-Creator of ABC Comedy ‘Home Economics’ At TheWrap
Homicide investigation is underway after a woman who called 911 for help was found dead in a Toronto west end park. Erica Vella reports.
The golfer received successful "follow-up procedures" following Tuesday's serious car crash in LA.
A woman turned in Lady Gaga’s two French bulldogs at a Los Angeles police station on Friday night, two days after they were stolen in a brazen armed robbery in Hollywood. Lady Gaga’s dogwalker, Ryan Fischer, was shot once while struggling with the robbers on Wednesday night. He is in stable condition, according to police. […]
Directed by Ani Sasi, Ninnila Ninnila hits the right chord as it weaves a simple story about relationships, grief, and love through cooking and a lot of food.
Class sizes, support staff levels and school instructional budgets in the Pembina Trails School Division could all be affected next year, as the board looks for $7 million in savings in its upcoming budget. The board of trustees unveiled the details of its 2021-22 draft budget at a virtual board meeting Thursday. The trustees discussed financial constraints related to a decrease in provincial funding, growing enrolment, the COVID-19 pandemic, and a recent arbitration award. “There is no way we can avoid reductions in services to our students,” said Kathleen McMillan, chairwoman of the board, in a prepared release published Friday, with details of the draft budget. “With no taxation authority and insufficient funding from the province, we are left in an unfortunate position.” The province has earmarked $62.5 million in 2021-22 operating funding for Pembina Trails, which is the equivalent of a 0.3 per cent decrease. Residents in the division will not see an increase in their property education tax bill. The province has asked all 37 public divisions to freeze the tax and instead will provide grants to divisions to cover the sum equivalent to a two per cent increase. The draft document proposes a balanced budget of $183,156,077. In order to achieve that figure, McMillan said the board is proposing to use its modest surplus and deferring infrastructure needs across the division to minimize the negative impact on student learning. The draft budget suggests an increase in high school class sizes, the elimination of high school teacher librarians and the reduction of such positions in middle years, a decrease in educational assistants and K-8 English Additional Language specialists, and a drop in school instructional budgets. A suspension of the Kindergarten Here We Come program is also on the table for 2021-22. The recommended cuts reflect the fact the division is projecting 335 new students next year, unforeseen COVID-19 costs such as hiring more staff and purchasing 860 webcams for classrooms to support remote teaching, and the recent Pembina Trails Teachers’ Association award, according to the Friday release. The decision challenges the province’s public-sector wage freeze directive, which was overturned in a court challenge last summer. Retroactive and future payments in Pembina Trails are estimated at $12.5 million. Residents can provide feedback on the draft budget via email or sign up to appear as a virtual delegation at a special board meeting scheduled March 4. Maggie Macintosh, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Winnipeg Free Press
The festival will run till 28 February.
Cardinal Newman girls a win away from third straight SCISA 3A title
The Wildcats, who have a two-week window before their next game, pushed the Lions up and down the field with the running game, piling up 285 yards on 36 carries.