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Al Roker Sends Gratitude for Fan Support as He Remains in Hospital: 'He's in Very Good Care'

Al Roker sent a message of thanks on Thursday morning's Today show, as he remains in the hospital amid ongoing health issues. The longtime weather personality has been absent from the NBC morning news program for weeks now, last appearing on the Nov. 4 broadcast. He was first hospitalized to receive treatment for blood clots in his leg and lungs, released weeks later and then returned to the facility after Thanksgiving.
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Philadelphia area honoring lives lost on World AIDS Day

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Thursday is World AIDS Day and local officials are honoring the lives lost. Camden County police officers will join community leaders and staff from Cooper University Hospital for a memorial walk in the morning. In Philadelphia, Boathouse Row and other landmarks will glow red in honor of...
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‘Don’t get cards!’ How Poland’s strange World Cup progression played out

“They were shouting at us from the bench: ‘Don’t concede!’ ‘Don’t get cards!’” Piotr Zielinski said laughing, which he could at last do by then. “Strange,” the Poland midfielder called it. Somehow, they were still standing. They had lost their final group match 2-0 against Argentina but had survived a Lionel Messi penalty and 23 shots, including one cleared off the line in stoppage time, and progressed to the last 16 by virtue of having collected two yellow cards fewer than Mexico. Or at least that’s what they thought when the final whistle went.

USPS Issues Warnings for Customers this Year

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Weather: City and County Schools Closed December 1st

Update: All Klamath County schools and all schools and activities in the city school district have been cancelled for December 1st due to winter weather conditions. Winter weather driving conditions exist with chain requirements in many mountain passes. Snow is expected to continue until tapering off this afternoon/evening.
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Bay Area man pleads to killing girlfriend, gets 16 years to life

Facing a preliminary hearing in Solano County Superior Court, a 35-year-old Fairfield man pleaded to second-degree murder for the July 2021 stabbing death of his girlfriend and will be sentenced next month to 16 years to life. As part of a plea deal, Hugo Ulises Avelino-Medina, who entered his plea...
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Stocks Making the Biggest Moves Premarket: Designer Brands, Lands' End, Salesforce and More

Check out the companies making headlines before the bell:. Designer Brands (DBI) – The footwear retailer's shares slid 15.6% in the premarket after it missed top and bottom line estimates for its latest quarter and cut its profit outlook. Designer Brands noted a volatile economic environment that is impacting most retailers, but said it was in position to navigate the conditions.

Man Charged With Assaulting A Police Officer And Nurse

A Hopkinsville man was charged after he reportedly assaulted a police officer and a nurse in Hopkinsville Wednesday afternoon. Hopkinsville Police say they were called to Pembroke Road for a check the welfare of 30-year-old Brandon Hancock and he appeared to be under the influence of some kind of substance.

Driver injured after vehicle, train collide in Belgrade

BELGRADE (WGME) -- Maine State Police say a vehicle and a train collided in Belgrade Thursday morning. The crash reportedly happened on Augusta Road around 7 a.m. Department of Public Safety spokesperson Shannon Moss told CBS13 the driver was injured, but their injuries appear to be non-life threatening. This story...