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Utah Jazz's Jordan Clarkson helps fix Filipino food truck covered in slurs

2 days ago   |   NBC News

After a popular Utah Filipino food truck was vandalized with racial anti-Asian slurs, it received unexpected help from basketball player Jordan Clarkson.
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ABC7 Salutes: 'Food to Life' prepares, delivers weekly meals for thousands of veterans, seniors

2 days ago   |   ABC

ABC7 Salutes the non-profit 'Food to Life', which serves the Veteran and senior communities by preparing and delivering meals to those in need.
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Feed SoCal: Ventura Co. Family Farm pays it forward by donating produce to Food Share

2 days ago   |   ABC

'It brought so many people comfort to know that they could feed their families ' With food insecurity seen so frequently during the pandemic, workers at Waters Family Farm in...
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FDA approves some J&J Covid-19 vaccine batches from Baltimore site previously responsible for contamination

FDA approves some J&J Covid-19 vaccine batches from Baltimore site previously responsible for contamination

2 days ago   |   RT

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved two batches of Johnson & Johnson's Janssen Covid-19 vaccine manufactured at a factory in Baltimore, which was previously hit by...
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‘People will discover something new here': Variety of mobile fare to descend on Farm Museum for Food Truck Sunday Funday

2 days ago   |   Baltimore Sun

For the Carroll County Farm Museum, it's an opportunity for bringing back the Food Truck Sunday Funday. The annual event, which began in 2016, was canceled last year due to the...
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Just Days After Opening, Black-Owned Juice Bar Burglarized In South Minneapolis

2 days ago   |   CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Not even a week into business, a Black-owned juice bar was burglarized in south Minneapolis. The Dripping Root posted on social media that it will not be open...
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FDA to authorize two batches of Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine made at troubled Baltimore plant

2 days ago   |   Baltimore Sun   |   2 articles

Federal regulators at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will authorize for use two batches of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine manufactured at the troubled Baltimore...
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The Controversy Over the FDA's Approval of The First Alzheimer's Treatment Keeps Growing

2 days ago   |   Time

“The whole thing is befuddling, and a series of inexplicable surprises,” says Dr. Caleb Alexander, professor of epidemiology and medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School...
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LEAP Into Action 2021: Feeding Native Families, Empowering Native Youth

2 days ago   |   CBS

LEAP Into Action 2021: Feeding Native Families, Empowering Native Youth is the Division of Indian Work's annual fundraiser to support its Horizons Unlimited Food Shelf and...
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Petition for James Corden to Remove Segment Mocking Asian Food Signed by Thousands

2 days ago   |   Newsweek

On The Late Late Show, a recurring segment called "Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts" gives the host's celebrity guests the option of eating "gross" foods or answering a...
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Ron Johnson Says Many January 6 Rioters 'Weren't Violent' and 'Stayed Within...

Five people were killed in the violent Capitol riot, including one Capitol police officer. Read more ...

Did Israel Just Have a Constitutional Revolution?

This isn't just a new government. It's an entirely new way of governing. Read more ...

Maryland women take silver medal at 3X Nationals basketball tournament

Four Maryland players teamed up to take the silver medal in the Red Bull USA Basketball 3X Nationals on Sunday at the Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. Read more ...

US documents solve mystery of war criminal Tojo's remains

Until recently, the location of executed wartime Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo's remains was one of World War II's biggest mysteries in the nation he once led Read more ...

Police looking for mother after newborn boy found alive in trash can at...

An investigation is underway after someone abandoned a newborn baby in a bathroom at a Lynwood park. Read more ...

Win a cow, avoid COVID: Philippines tempts vaccine hesitant

Philippines is battling one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in Southeast Asia but many are reluctant to get the jab. Read more ...

N.C. State Beating Arkansas in Super Regional Bigger Than 1983 Final Four

The Wolfpack lost, 21-2, in the opening game of the Super Regional, but they won back-to-back games by one run apiece over the No. 1 team to advance to the College World Series. Read more ...

NM politicians spilt on future of gas and oil industry

NM politicians spilt on future of gas and oil industry

Politicians from both sides of the aisle are now coming out against President Joe Biden and Interior Secretary Deb Haaland's pause on new oil and gas leases. Some Democrat... Read more ...

'We do more than wrestle': North Omaha wrestling coach carries on Joe...

'We do more than wrestle': North Omaha wrestling coach carries on Joe Edmunson's legacy

Roger Parker is the head coach and director of the RP National Wrestling Team. "All they really want is somebody to love them. So every day we pray, every day I talk to them, I... Read more ...

Elkhorn North lineman pioneers path as athlete

Elkhorn North lineman pioneers path as athlete

Shan Acharya is believed to be the first Nepalese-descended Division 1 football recruit in the history of the sport Read more ...