Georgia’s top elections official said Tuesday that his office has identified about 1,000 cases of “potential double voting” in the June primary election — a felony he’s determined to see prosecuted.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has issued a virus cluster notification after an apparent COVID party on Cape Cod.
Educators all over Texas were worried about missing students. Tens of thousands of students were defined as “non-contactable” by the Texas Education Agency in the spring.
Taco Bell is thinning its menu starting November 5 to make way for several new items. It’s sad news for Mexican Pizza fans this fall, as the packaging-heavy meal didn’t fit Taco Bell’s vision for the future. “We know some fans may be sad to see this one go, we are too. One silver lining […]
Thousands of students in Portsmouth are going to school on a screen, but some of them didn’t take part at all in virtual learning at the end of last school year, and now they’re behind. Even though a class of students will all be in one virtual room for the time being, they won’t be in the same place when it comes to progress.
A kindergarten orientation turned into a virtual nightmare for parents and children when the Zoom meeting was hacked, and spammed with porn and threatening messages.
A Moore Public Schools student came to school while knowingly having COVID-19.
Money transfer apps like Venmo, Zell and Cash App have been growing in popularity during the pandemic, and scammers have found a way to use at least one of them to con you out of your cash.
The 2020 Masters Tournament in Augusta, GA will be held with no patrons or guests.
The governor of Minnesota activated the National Guard on Wednesday night to help quell unrest that broke out in downtown Minneapolis following what authorities said was misinformation about the suicide death of a Black homicide suspect.