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A coronavirus outbreak hit a Florida government building. Two people are dead but a vaccinated employee wasn't infected

(CNN) — Two people are dead and four of their coworkers were hospitalized after a Covid-19 outbreak swept through a government building in Manatee County, Florida. The outbreak began in the IT department, according to Manatee County Administrator Scott Hopes, who is also an epidemiologist. Another person who worked on the same floor but in a different department also tested positive for coronavirus last week.
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Man Saws His Neighbors Garage In Half Over Property Line Dispute

If you guessed Maine (which I know none of you did) you’d be correct. According to Bangor Daily News, a property dispute led one man to sawing his neighbors garage in half. The two neighbors had been in a dispute over the property line for quite a while, however once a land surveyor determined that part of the garage was over the property line, he took a sawzall to the garage, cutting it right in half.
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Texas teacher charged with sexually assaulting student

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China’s ambassador to the US to leave after eight years

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