Michigan high court declines to immediately hear appeal of ruling allowing Trump on primary ballot
Michigan’s Supreme Court has refused to immediately hear an appeal of a lower court’s ruling that would allow former President Donald Trump’s name on the state’s presidential primary ballot.
A young nurse suffered cardiac arrest while training on the condition. Fellow nurses saved her life
A 23-year-old woman who recently started her first nursing job at a New Hampshire hospital was attending a training session on cardiac arrest when she, herself, suffered the medical emergency.
Some residents of collapsed Iowa building remain missing, while pets were rescued from safer area
As some residents of an Iowa apartment building that partially collapsed remain unaccounted for, officials in the city of Davenport say they were able to rescue several pets from a safer area of the six-story building.
New blood donation rules allow more gay men to give in US
New blood donations rules will allow sexually active gay and bisexual men in monogamous relationships to give in the U.S. The Food and Drug Administration guidelines ease decades-old restrictions on blood donations put in place to protect the blood supply from HIV.
Virus surges in key battleground states as election nears
Retiree Ray Lohse, 68, voted Thursday at a library branch in Davenport that election officials opened to early voting. In some states, voting early still has carried health risks. The positive tests for 13 of the 60 workers at the Fulton County election preparation center shouldn’t delay election operations, county elections director Rick Barron said. There are three lines trying to get up this way,” Howard-Penn said outside the Franklin County election board. Minnesota election officials have recruited all 30,000 poll workers they believe are needed to run the general election.
How Did 2 Teachers Both Drown in a Backyard Swimming Pool?
Two Iowa teachers were found dead in a swimming pool in what authorities have said was a double accidental drowning. The bodies of Kenneth Anderson, 57, and Mark Anderson, 60, were found in a pool in the backyard of a Davenport home at 8:53 p.m. Monday, police said. The pair were house-sitting for the propertys owner, who had not heard from them in 24 hours and called law enforcement. Kenneth was a teacher and coach at Bellevue Middle School-High School, while Mark had retired in 2014 before becoming a substitute teacher, authorities said. Listening and counseling services were offered at the middle school and high school Wednesday, he noted.