|Man allegedly faked coronavirus diagnosis to employer, faces federal charges|
Added: 23.05.2020 22:03 | 0 views | 0 comments
Santwon Antonio Davis, 34, of Morrow, Georgia, "caused unnecessary economic loss to his employer and distress to his coworkers and their families,” a federal prosecutor said.
|Deli owner becomes local hero for responding to hundreds of "letters to Santa"|
Added: 16.05.2020 17:20 | 1 views | 0 comments
A deli owner from San Antonio has become a local hero. Last year, he collected 400 letters to Santa and responded to every single one. This year, he expects to receive even more – and plans to do the same.
|Bad Bunny Surprise Drops New Album Perfect for Getting Lit in Quarantine|
Added: 10.05.2020 21:36 | 0 views | 0 comments
Bad Bunny is the gift that keeps on giving.
If there's anyone we can count on to release hit after hit, it's Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio.
On May 10, the...
|Texas woman, 33, blasted ex, 24, with shotgun after he broke into her home, police say|
Added: 08.05.2020 9:45 | 0 views | 0 comments
A 33-year-old Texas woman shot and killed her ex-boyfriend with a shotgun Wednesday, moments after he forced open a window and entered her San Antonio home, police said.
|Texas woman shoots ex-boyfriend after he allegedly breaks into her home: reports|
Added: 07.05.2020 7:34 | 3 views | 0 comments
A Texas woman reportedly shot her ex-boyfriend Wednesday evening after he allegedly broke into her San Antonio home.
|Cognition and gait speed often decline together, study shows|
Added: 05.05.2020 17:17 | 4 views | 0 comments
Measures of cognition and gait speed largely paralleled each other in a San Antonio study of 370 participants that included 9½ years of follow-up. One-fifth of participants were classified into a cognitive and physical vulnerability group. Mexican American participants were almost four times more likely than European Americans to be in the cognitive and physical vulnerability group.
|World leaders pledge billions for virus vaccine research; U.S., absent for now|
Added: 04.05.2020 21:43 | 5 views | 0 comments
BRUSSELS — World leaders, organizations and banks on Monday pledged 7.4 billion euros, or $8 billion, for research to find a vaccine against the new coronavirus, but warned that it is just the start of an effort that must be sustained over time to beat the disease. The funds, pledged at a video-conference summit hosted by the European Union, fell marginally short of the 7.5 billion euros being sought, but more money could arrive in coming days. Notably absent from the event was the United States, where more than 67,000 people have died, and Russia. Despite the shortfall, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said, the target being sought Monday to help find a vaccine, new treatments and...
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