Planning A Trip In 2023? You’ll Need A Real ID, Enhanced Driver’s Iicense Or Passport To Fly

August 3, 2022

Are you planning on a trip this upcoming spring of 2023? Well as of May 3, 2023, a regular driver’s license will no longer be acceptable identification for boarding a domestic flight. Travelers will need either a Real ID, an enhanced driver’s license or a passport to board a plane in the U.S. To get a […]

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NYSDOH Identifies Polio Virus in Rockland County Wastewater Samples

August 2, 2022

In late July, the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified the polio virus in wastewater samples from Rockland County after identifying the first case in the U.S. since 2013 in an unvaccinated young adult in Rockland County. NYS Health Commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett stated: […]

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Banana Boat Sunscreen Recall

August 1, 2022

You might want to check your sunscreen at home, it could be doing more harm than protection. The manufacturer of Banana Boat voluntarily recalled multiple batches of a hair and scalp sunscreen spray after an internal review found trace amounts of the cancer-causing chemical benzene. A spokesperson from the company stated: “Importantly, no other batches […]

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Top 20 Cheating Cities

August 1, 2022

Rochester dodged another bad reputation of being in the top 20 cities in America for cheaters. According to a research done by Ashley Madison our cousin city Buffalo ranked 11 on the list. Orlando Florida came in at number one. 64% of people that responded to the survey said they had affairs during the pandemic. […]

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After Taking Paxlovid, Biden Tests Positive for Covid-19 Again

July 31, 2022

While many are excited to have Paxloid on the market, the antiviral Covid-19 drug, you might have to be careful of a “rebound.” President Biden began taking Paxlovid after testing positive for Covid-19 earlier this month. Days after testing negative, he tested positive again and reentered isolation. Paxlovid combines two different antiviral drugs. The antiviral […]

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Drought Watch Impacts Local Farmers

July 31, 2022

If you thought the summer was hot, it looks like it’s just getting hotter. Airport data from the National Weather Service shows that normally for the summer we should be seeing around six inches of rain, but this year we have only seen about half of that, which is putting some stress on some local […]

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Teen Raises Money for Abortion After Rep. Matt Gaetz Mocked Her

July 30, 2022

Republican Representative Matt Gaetz from Florida attempted to humiliate a teenage girl after arguing that overweight and unattractive women don’t need to worry about getting pregnant or needing abortions. In the ultimate clapback, nineteen-year-old political activist Olivia Julianna raised over $700,000 for abortion care. The money is being raised through Gen Z for Change, the […]

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NYSDOH Declares Monkeypox “Imminent Threat to Public Health”

July 30, 2022

Late last week, the New York State Department of Health officially designated monkeypox as an ‘Imminent Threat to Public Health.’ According to the CDC, New York State has 1,247 cases. New York State has the highest amount of cases in the country. State Health Commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett stated: “This declaration means that local health […]

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Family Of little Girl Who Was Ignored By Sesame Street Character Sues For $25 Million

July 28, 2022

The family of the little black girl that went viral after being snub by a Sesame Street Theme park employee who was dressed as a character is suing for $25 Million dollars for racial discrimination. The lawsuit alleges four employees dressed as Sesame Street characters ignored Quinton Burns, his daughter and other Black guests during […]

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Weed Returns To The New York State Fair

July 28, 2022

Whhhaatt? You can smoke weed at the New York State Fair? Yep, organizers at the Great New York State Fair confirm smoking marijuana will be allowed again this year. Again? Where have I been. Six designated outdoor smoking areas around the perimeter of the NYS Fairgrounds, a move parents are calling smart and helpful. Last […]

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