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Mourners pay respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

(NBC NEWS) – Mourners of all ages pay their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Wednesday at the Supreme Court. The feminist icon died Friday from complications stemming from pancreatic cancer. Members of the public gathered to honor Justice Ginsburg, viewing her casket as it sat at the top of the front steps of the Supreme Court. Since…

Ex-Officer charged with wanton endangerment in Breonna Taylor case

(NBC NEWS) – One of three police officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor was charged Wednesday with first-degree wanton endangerment. Judge Annie O’Connell announced charges against former Louisville detective Brett Hankison during a grand jury proceeding. The charges accuse Hankison of firing his weapon blindly into several apartments and recklessly endangering Taylor’s neighbors. However, he was not…

Elderly Pizza Man Gets 12-Thousand Dollars From Tik Tok Fans

An 89-year-old pizza delivery man has become TikTok famous after a family gave a big tip for a pizza delivery. KSL's Alex Cabrero reports.

(KSL/ NBC NEWS) — An 89-year old man in Roy, Utah is “Tik Tok famous” after a family gives him a big tip for pizza delivery. There’s plenty of places to get pizza, but for Carlos Valdez and his family, they choose Papa John’s. But’s it’s not just for the pizza. The Valdezes say it’s because of their pizza delivery…

Watch live: Protests in Louisville after no officers charged in Breonna Taylor death

Watch live coverage as protests take place in Louisville, Ky., after one of the police officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor in her home has been charged with first-degree wanton endangerment. None of the officers have been charged in killing Taylor.

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Is It COVID or The Flu?

Every sniffle and sneeze attracts attention these days, but is it a sign of fall allergies, the flu, or Covid-19? Doctor Frank McGeorge explains what to do if you start suffering symptoms and why the advice will be different this fall, compared to previous years.

(WDIV/ NBC NEWS) – Fall is here. But for allergy suffers it cough and runny nose season. This year, symptoms like coughing and runny nose are getting people a few sideways glances in public because they are similar to symptoms of coronavirus. Health experts recommend everyone should make it a priority to get a Flu shot by the end of…

A Glass of Pinot With No Smoke Please

Smoky air from nearby wildfires creates challenges for Oregon wineries during harvest. KGW's Mike Benner reports.

(KGW / NBC NEWS) – Recent wildfires on the west coast have plagued many businesses and properties, but one industry that is starting to feel the effects of it is the wine industry. Tainted smoky air has proven to be a bit of a challenge for wineries in southern Oregon. Some have lost grapes and their establishments from the Almeda…

Late Justice Ginsburg Lies In Repose

The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at a private memorial inside the U.S. Supreme Court. NBC's Tracie Potts reports.

WASHINGTON (NBC NEWS) — Mourners in Washington D.C. gather to honor feminist icon Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Supreme Court. Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87 from complications stemming from pancreatic cancer. The late justice was the second woman appointed to the high courts and served for more than 27 years. Her casket arrived at the high…

Ghostbuster’s Babies For Bill Murray’s Birthday

A hospital in Summerville, South Carolina celebrates actor Bill Murray's birthday by dressing newborns in Ghostbuster onesies.

(WCBD/ NBC NEWS) – Newborns in Summerville, South Carolina are getting into character to celebrate actor Bill Murray’s 70th birthday. Six infants at the Summerville Medical Center wore in “Ghostbuster’s onesies” to kick off the celebration. Each baby sported their very own custom-made outfit, with four of them wearing “proton Packs’ and the final two dressed as “Slimer” and “Stay…

It’s A Thin Line Between Ibuprofen and COVID-19

(NBC News) — There is a lot of information on Covid-19 that is changing as we learn more about the virus. In the early days of the pandemic, there was concern that Ibuprofen could worsen Covid-19. It was based on a statement that reportedly came from France’s health minister at the time. However, a new study is clarifying the issue….