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  • With Debates Behind Them, Biden And Trump Enter The Final Stretch Before Election Day

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 03:35:00

    In front of television cameras on Friday, President Trump chatted with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over speaker phone, lauding a new agreement between Israel and Sudan to normalize relations. Two hours later in Wilmington, Del., Democratic nominee Joe Biden outlined his plans to combat the coronavirus pandemic, a graphic of the country's spiking daily case counts flanking the stage. With the last debate behind them, the campaigns are working to define the race in its final stretch — and time is quickly running out. With Election Day 11 days away, tens of millions of Americans have already cast their ballots, and polls suggest that just a small proportion of voters remain undecided. On Friday, the president held court with Netanyahu as his campaign sought to emphasize Biden's debate answer saying he wants to "transition" from the oil industry — a remark the Democrat later sought to clarify by saying he intended to end "subsidies for fossil fuels," not shut down the

  • Scientists Discover Unmarked Coffins During Search For 1921 Tulsa Massacre Victims

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 03:34:00

    Researchers in Tulsa, Okla., have concluded their latest round of test excavations in the search for remains of Black victims killed during a race massacre nearly a century ago. Tulsa officials said at least 11 coffins were discovered over four days of digging in specific areas of the city-owned Oaklawn Cemetery. It is one of the locations historians and researchers believe mass graves exist stemming from the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. The newly discovered coffins are in addition to one that was previously thought to be in the section of the cemetery known as the Original 18 site, bringing the total discovered to 12. The dig got underway on Monday . While officials are hopeful these findings will provide clues, they also caution that more research and tests must be done to determine if they are conclusively associated with the tragic event. Closer to getting answers Historians say that 99 years ago, white mobs targeted an area of Tulsa known as the Greenwood District, killing between

  • Man Arrested In N.C. Had Plan To Kill Joe Biden, Feds Say

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 03:02:00

    In late May, employees at a bank in Kannapolis, N.C., called the local police to report an abandoned white Ford van in the bank's parking lot. When officers arrived, they looked into the van's windows and saw an array of items: an AR-15 rifle, the box for a handgun, a canister of explosive material, and a box of ammunition, according to a court document. Police say they towed and searched the van, finding more than $500,000 in cash, drawings of swastikas and planes crashing into buildings, books on survival and bomb-making, and a half-dozen firearms. Later that day, Alexander Hillel Treisman, 19, reportedly walked into the bank and asked after the towed van – and was promptly arrested. Authorities say Alexander Hillel Treisman, 19, had a fascination with mass shootings and terrorist attacks. Kannapolis Police Department Officers booked him for carrying a concealed weapon and turned him over to federal authorities pending further investigation, according to Kannapolis Chief of Police

  • First 'Murder Hornet' Nest In U.S. Is Found In Washington State

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 02:57:00

    Remember the murder hornets ? You know, the terrifyingly large Asian giant hornets that are threatening to wipe out the North American bee population? Entomologists with the Washington State Department of Agriculture have now found a nest of them – the first to be found in the U.S., the agency says . The nest was discovered in the cavity of a tree on a property in the city of Blaine, near the Canadian border. This achievement closely follows another advance: State entomologists had recently had luck trapping the hornets. This week, they were able to collect four live Asian giant hornets using a new type of trap – and managed to attach radio trackers to three of them. One of those tagged hornets led staffers to the nest. The plan now? Destroy the nest. The agency says it intends to eradicate it on Saturday, removing the tree if necessary. Asian giant hornets are an invasive pest that prey on honeybees and other insects. "Only a couple of hornets can slaughter an entire healthy honeybee

  • CCSD Reports Most Parents Selected In-Person Learning

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 02:46:29

    The Clarke County School District's Weekly Update today reported that most parents and guardians selected the in-person instructional model for their elementary and middle school students. According to the response data provided in the update, the average percentage of virtually enrolled students in elementary schools is roughly 28% and 35% for middle schools. This means that a majority of students will be returning to in-person instruction on November 9th. Those who are returning to in-person instruction are required to wear face coverings at all times and practice social distancing. Additional protocols include assigned seating arrangements, limited use of shared classroom supplies, and frequent disinfection of regularly touched surfaces. For students learning remotely, daily meals will be available at curbside locations between 11 am and noon. For more information, visit www.clarke.k12.ga.us . Reopening information sessions will be held at 6 pm on October 27th and 28th and can be

  • Are Lockdowns At Colleges Working?

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 02:43:00

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  • Sudan Agrees To Normalize Ties With Israel in U.S.-Brokered Deal

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 02:43:00

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  • New Music: 'This Love Thing'

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 02:43:00

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  • Coronavirus FAQs: What's Up With Bubble Dining? Should You Hand Out Halloween Candy?

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 02:31:00

    Each week, we answer frequently asked questions about life during the coronavirus crisis. If you have a question you'd like us to consider for a future post, email us at goatsandsoda@npr.org with the subject line: "Weekly Coronavirus Questions." Is it safe to eat in an outdoor plastic dome? Oh, to dine in a giant plastic bubble ... It's certainly not the most romantic culinary experience. But post-pandemic? It's kind of the new rave. It's popping up in New York and other cities, too, like San Francisco. It's easy to understand the quirky appeal of bubbles, igloos, tents or plastic domes – whichever term you prefer. Who wouldn't want to say they dined in a giant hamster ball! Yet experts are worried about the safety implications of using bubbles as an outdoor dining strategy. It may actually be counterproductive. The reasoning behind the bubble strategy is that shrouded in plastic, diners can withstand the cold air of winter while enjoying the benefits of outdoor dining in a pandemic —

  • Sudan And Israel Agree To Normalize Relations In U.S.-Brokered Deal

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 01:43:00

    Israel and Sudan have agreed to normalize their relations and open economic and trade ties, the countries and the U.S. announced Friday. The U.S. said earlier this week that it would remove Sudan from the state sponsors of terrorism list as part of the agreement. "This is an incredible deal for Israel and Sudan," President Trump said in the Oval Office, according to a White House pool report. "For decades, Sudan has been at a state of war with Israel. They have been in a state of war and boycotted Israeli goods. There was no relationship whatsoever." Sudan has had a transitional government since last year, when the military ousted longtime dictator Omar al-Bashir following a popular uprising. The country recently agreed to pay $335 million into a fund for U.S. terrorism victims and their families, as Trump announced earlier this week. "Once deposited, I will lift Sudan from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list," Trump said . Sudan has been desperately trying to get out from under U.S.

  • More Polling Locations to Open for Clarke County Voters

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:55:22

    Additional sites to vote in Athens-Clarke County are coming on-line this weekend. Tomorrow, from 9 am to 4 pm, voters can go to the ACC Library on Baxter Street, the Miriam Moore Community Center on McKinley Drive, the Athens-Clarke Tennis Center on Lexington Road, and the Athens-Clarke Extension Office on Cleveland Road in addition to the Board of Elections office and City Hall. Each of those sites will also be open next week, Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. And Tuesday, add Stegeman Coliseum on the UGA campus to voting sites. They’ll be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday open from 10 am to 5 pm.

  • Athens News Matters: 10/23/2020

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:40:21

    This week on Athens News Matters: Joan Prittie, Executive Director of Project SAFE joins us for Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to tell us how we can help. We sit down with Dr. Grace Gowda (UGA College of Pharmacy International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences Director) as she gives insight into the development of the COVID-19 vaccine. Our panel discusses this week in news and politics. We are joined by Dr. Benjamin Brainard (Director of Clinical Research at the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine Hospital) and Dr. Denise Weaver as they discuss how veterinary services have changed during the pandemic. WUGA’s Alexia Ridley speaks with local podcaster Cameron Jay about the two-decades-old cold case of Tara Louise Baker. Christina Foard and Mark Mobley join us to talk about the inspiration behind the “Imagination Squared: Pathways to Resilience” exhibit at the Lyndon House.

  • Athens News Matters: Joan Prittie on Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:16:36

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Joan Prittie, the Executive Director of Project SAFE, tells us what we need to know about the challenges facing care providers and survivors, and how we can help.

  • Athens News Matters: Vaccine Development

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:15:43

    Many companies are working overtime on a coronavirus vaccine, but finding a safe, viable vaccine is only the first challenge. We sat down with Dr. Grace Gowda International Biomedical Regulatory Sciences Director to talk about how the vaccine development fight is going, what we should known about the process, and what to expect in the near future.

  • Athens News Matters: Panel

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:13:38

    The panel discusses the week in news and politics including in-person voting, CCSD’s return to in-person learning, and local campaign fundraising.

  • Athens News Matters: Veterinary Services and Covid-19

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:12:48

    With social distancing and other safety guidelines, veterinarians are coming up with innovative ways to balance safety and compassion in their practices. Dr. Benjamin Brainard is the Edward H. Gunst Professor of Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care as well as the Director of Clinical Research at the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine Hospital, and Dr. Denise Weaver is a practicing veterinarian at Companion Animal Hospital. They sat down with us to discuss what owners can expect when visiting their practices. *** THE UGA COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE IS A FINANCIAL SUPPORTER OF WUGA ***

  • Athens News Matters: Classic City Crime

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:09:35

    With the increasing popularity of podcasts, true crime has become one of the most popular podcast genres. This week we are joined by Cameron Jay, a local podcaster who is exploring one of Athens’ most famous cold cases involving former UGA Law student Tara Louise Baker.

  • Athens News Matters: Imagination Squared

    wuga.org Saturday, 24 October 2020 00:08:18

    “Imagination Squared: Pathways to Resilience” at the Lyndon House consists of 1070 five-inch-square works of art that convey stories of recovery, adaptation, and strength. We sat down to speak with creator Christina Foard and collaborator Mark Mobley about the project and how they expanded to incorporate sonic responses to the theme, which now includes 74 short recordings, many of them made by undergraduate students at the Hodgson School of Music.

  • Wales Imposes 'Firebreak Lockdown' As Coronavirus Cases Spike

    wuga.org Friday, 23 October 2020 23:48:00

    Wales is heading into a 17-day lockdown on Friday evening, as many parts of Europe reimpose safety measures because of rising coronavirus case counts. The "firebreak lockdown" went into effect at 6 p.m. local time and requires that people remain home with few exceptions . Pubs, restaurants and nonessential shops will shut, along with libraries and community and recycling centers. The Welsh government is also banning gatherings involving people from different households, both indoors and outside. Wales has had 182 cases per 100,000 people in the past week . That's the third highest rate in the United Kingdom, behind Northern Ireland. "We know that if we do not act now, it will continue to accelerate and there is a very real risk that our NHS will be overwhelmed," said Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford, referring to the need to protect the National Health Service. The Welsh government is also focused on both the economic and social impact of the pandemic. "If we do this now and if we

  • With Florida On The Line, Both Political Parties Work To Fire Up Voters

    wuga.org Friday, 23 October 2020 23:38:00

    President Trump is holding two rallies this week in Florida, a play to energize the voters he needs to deliver the must-win state. Early voting and vote by mail numbers indicate Floridians are already engaged – more than 4 million have cast a ballot already. A new poll from Republican pollster the Listener Group shows Trump with a sizable lead in the northwest region of the state – up more than 28 points. That's typical of the GOP advantage in the Panhandle. Pensacola, a city in a part of Florida with more in common politically with neighboring Alabama and Georgia than Miami, is one of the stops for Trump. The president remains popular in that part of the state, but Democrats are trying to make inroads. "I just wish him out the office" On the industrial west side of town, Phyllis Hale-Benjamin, wearing a "Black Voters Matter" mask, is canvassing at a strip center. First stop, the Mr. Bubbles Laundromat where she hands out postcards with voting details. "If you need a ride to the polls,

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