Saturday, January 30, 2021
RACINE — A 20-year-old Racine resident was allegedly found to have more than 50 pounds of assorted drugs worth about $40,000 in his home, many of which resembled candy and most of which involved marijuana. A woman who was also in the home, where a 1-year-old was also found by law enforcement when they carried out a search warrant there, is facing criminal charges.
Biden’s team is still trying to locate upwards of 20 million vaccine doses that have been sent to states — a mystery that has hampered plans to speed up the national vaccination effort.
|U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about the coronavirus pandemic in the State Dining Room of the White House on January 26, 2021 in Washington, DC. | Doug Mills, Pool/Getty Images|
The plaintiffs in a civil suit filed against Kyle Rittenhouse, Facebook and the Kenosha Guard dropped their suit this week.
Rittenhouse, 18, of Antioch, Ill., is accused of killing two men and severely injuring a third during the August protests that occurred in the aftermath of the shooting of Jacob Blake by a Kenosha police officer. He has pleaded not guilty, arguing that he fired in self-defense
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Friday, January 29, 2021
How the new owners of an 89-year-old pharmacy reinvented and found a simple, local way to administer vaccines
The call came on a Tuesday — the small, independently owned pharmacy in Shorewood would be getting about 100 doses of COVID-19 vaccine the following day.
By the time that first shipment arrived on Jan. 13, North Shore Pharmacy owner Kyle Beyer had gotten a list of independent front-line health care workers hoping to get vaccinated from the local health department, scheduled appointments and was ready to get started.
Beyer and the small crew at the nearly century-old pharmacy, which until recently was named Thompson's Serv-U-Pharmacy, had by the end of that week administered all 111 doses of vaccine.
"That's something a large organization, a large chain pharmacy, just would not be able to do," Beyer said. "We take a lot of pride in being able to be flexible and quickly adapt to those needs."
Thursday, January 28, 2021
(CNN)A rural Georgia medical center has been suspended from the state's Covid-19 vaccination program for six months after the facility administered vaccines to staff of the local school district.
The Kenosha Police Department is withdrawing plans to purchase an automated license plate reading system for the city.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
The Wisconsin GOP redrew legislative maps in 2011 to its advantage, stifling any chance Gov. Tony Evers had of responding to the pandemic, observers say
*WOW* Kenosha County Prosecutors Defend "Armed & Disorderly, Unlawful Discharge of Firearm in City Limits" for Political Gain
‘They just want to defend Biden,’ The Scoop co-founder tells RT after Facebook ban, accusing platforms of anti-conservative bias
Facebook permanently disabled Strange’s account together with that of The Scoop’s other co-founder, Cameron Shizznit, for violating “community standards” earlier this week.
It came shortly after the Mark Zuckerberg-owned platform yanked the duo’s group, called “Patriots Against Joe Biden.” In a message justifying the deletion, Facebook said that any “pages that are hateful, threatening, or obscene” cannot be allowed on the site.
In an interview with RT on Tuesday, the company’s CEO, Strange, rejected the charges, saying that he had been watching carefully to ensure the group, which swelled to some two million members in about a fortnight, was not in breach of the site’s rule book