Federal judge voids national mask mandate for travel

The Justice Department declined to comment Monday when asked if the government planned to appeal the ruling.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) – A federal judge in Florida has voided the national mask mandate covering airplanes and other public transportation as exceeding the authority of U.S. health officials. The decision Monday by U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle in Tampa also said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention improperly failed to justify its decision and did not…

RCMP Identifies Four Bodies Found Near Emerson, Manitoba

EMERSON, MB (KVRR) — Royal Canadian Mounted Police release the identities of four people found frozen to death near Emerson, Manitoba last week. Members of the Patel family range in age from 3 to 39. Jagdish Baldevbhai Patel, a 39-year-old man, Vaishaliben Jagdishkumar Patel, a 37-year-old woman, Vihangi Jagdishkumar Patel, an 11-year-old girl, and Dharmik Jagdishkumar Patel, a three-year-old boy….

President Trump Ends The Wait, Signs $900 Billion COVID Relief Package

WEST PALM BEACH, FL — A last-minute holiday gift out of Florida: President Donald Trump has signed a $900 billion pandemic relief package that will deliver long-sought cash to businesses and individuals. He was spotted earlier in the day on the golf course where he spent much of his holiday. It was learned that he planned to sign the bill…

MN Health Commissioner concerned with Covid-19 calling the state a “hotspot”

More than a third of Minnesota counties have now had case rates of over 100 cases per ten thousand people.

MINNESOTA –  Minnesota Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm says the state remains in a crucial stage as Covid-19 cases are expected to continue to rise. Commissioner Jan Malcolm is expecting the number of deaths related to Covid-19 to increase in the coming weeks. “We are in still a very critical spot in this pandemic in Minnesota. This is the worst spot…

The F-M Community Marches Through Fargo To Seek Justice For Breonna Taylor

According to the organizers, over one hundred people attended the march.

FARGO, N.D.- The streets of Fargo were filled with protesters seeking justice for Breonna Taylor. “They could have shot me. That’s why when I look at her, I put myself in her shoes. That could’ve been me dead,” said Black Lives Matter of Fargo-Moorhead Organizer Faith Dixon. Emotions were high at Saturdays’ march as people sought justice for Breonna Taylor….

NASA Astronauts Launch From U.S. Soil to Travel to International Space Station

NASA prepares for the SpaceX launch at Cape Canaveral. Posted by Fox News on Saturday, May 30, 2020   CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – Despite more storms in the forecast, two NASA astronauts have climbed into their capsule for another attempt at a history-making ride into orbit aboard a rocket ship built by the SpaceX company. Forecasters put the odds…

Minnesota Woman Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder

Riess led authorities on a cross-country manhunt before she was captured in April 2018 in Texas.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.–A Minnesota woman has pleaded guilty to killing a Florida woman who prosecutors said was targeted because the two looked alike. Officials say 57-year-old Lois Riess will serve a life sentence in prison for the first-degree murder of Pamela Hutchinson. Officials say Riess targeted Hutchinson because they shared similar features, and because Riess wanted to assume Hutchinson’s identity….

HOPE Inc. Hurricanes Taken Down By Russia At Sled Hockey Invitational

Executive Director Calls The Loss A "Heartbreaker"

Courtesy: Adair GrommeshGRAND RAPIDS, MI. — HOPE Inc. Hurricanes put up a good fight against Russia at the International Youth Sled Hockey Invitational. But it wasn’t enough for the win. The team lost 2-1. Adair Grommesh, executive director of HOPE Inc., calls it a heartbreaker but says the team played their hearts out in a very intense and physical game….