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Cumulus Cares | COVID-19 Open for Business Directory

Cumulus Cares | COVID-19 Open for Business Directory

We know, now more than ever, that you need to get your message out.  If you own a small business, work in a restaurant or know someone who needs our help….WE ARE HERE FOR YOU. Send us your information and we can help you share your story.  It’s a small way we can give back…More

Baton Rouge Closures: COVID-19

Baton Rouge Closures: COVID-19

BATON ROUGE All permitted events in East Baton Rouge Parish have been postponed until further notice. That includes, but is not limited to, the following events.  Proceedings in the 19th Judicial District Court and the East Baton Rouge Juvenile Court have been suspended through March 27 Source: http://www.ebrclerkofcourt.org   Changes made to 2020 Baton Rouge…More

Win Sesame Street Tickets

Win Sesame Street Tickets

Register for chance to win a family 4 pack of tickets to check out Sesame St. Live: Let’s Party | Wednesday, December 4, 2019 | Raising Canes River Center CLICK HERE TO ENTER  More

Southern University Sports

Southern University Sports

  Get ready for your Southern University Jaguars right here! See below for all of your upcoming Jaguar sports updates. For more information, please visit gojagsports.com SU Football Schedule   OPPONENT LOCATION TIME (CT) LISTEN WATCH RESULTS  LINKS Sat, Sep 21 Florida A&M Tallahassee, Fl 6:00 PM Listen Jags All Access 106.5 FM KQXL  …More

Win Airborne Extreme Trampoline Park Family 4-Pack

Win Airborne Extreme Trampoline Park Family 4-Pack

Enter to win tickets to the Airborne Extreme Trampoline Park! Great Family atmosphere on 730 South Range in Denham Springs! Faith Night is Every Fourth Sunday Night from 6pm-9pm. A night of fun, fellowship with a Christian playlist. Church groups, come fellowship with one another. On Faith Night, you can jump for three hours! Only…More

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NYU Langone tells emergency doctors to consider who gets intubated, WSJ reports

A March 28 email from the NYU Langone Health Department of Emergency Medicine Chair told physicians to “think more critically about who we intubate,” according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. “In Emergency Medicine, we do not have the luxury of time, data, or committees to help with our critical triage decisions. Senior…More

Man awaiting liver transplant gets some hope during coronavirus outbreak

Zach Branson can once again look forward to getting a new lease on life now that his liver transplant has been rescheduled after being put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic. Branson’s transplant was delayed when his uncle was no longer able to donate his liver after the outbreak forced hospitals to put elective…More

Idaho governor signs two anti-transgender bills into law

Idaho Gov. Brad Little signed two anti-transgender bills into law Monday. One measure bans transgender girls from playing on girls’ and women’s sports teams, while the other prohibits transgender people from changing their gender on Idaho birth certificates. Little’s office did not comment on the laws. House Bill 500, also known as the Fairness in…More

California doctors ‘cautiously hopeful’ early shelter at home measures are working

Two weeks after San Francisco issued the country’s first shelter-in-place order for residents to prevent spread of the novel coronavirus, hospital emergency rooms throughout the region appear to be seeing the early effects. “The surge we have been anticipating has not yet come,” Dr. Jahan Fahimi, an emergency physician and medical director at the University…More

He walked every block of New York City and died of coronavirus

William Helmreich, a prominent sociologist perhaps best known for walking nearly every block of New York City, died Saturday morning of coronavirus, his family said. He was 74. Helmreich wrote nearly 20 books, including “The New York Nobody Knows: Walking 6,000 Miles in the City,” which chronicled his walks through New York City talking to…More

Children’s author and illustrator Tomie dePaola has died

Tomie dePaola, a children’s author and illustrator known for his book “Strega Nona,” died Monday. The 85-year-old author died from complications from surgery after he fell in his barn which served as a studio, according to a statement from his literary agent, Doug Whiteman. Whiteman said dePaola died alone at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon,…More

Las Vegas homeless people are sleeping in a parking lot — six feet apart

Las Vegas homeless people are sleeping in a parking lot — six feet apart

In Las Vegas, the Catholic Charities’ homeless shelter has long served as a facility for people in need of accommodations. But after one homeless man who used the facility tested positive for coronavirus last week, the shelter was forced to close, leaving 500 homeless people scrambling for a new place to stay. Even Courtyard Homeless…More

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