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Sunset District"s Sloat Garden Center will close to make way for condos

The center has made a home on Sloat Street for more than 50 years......»»

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UCF to open drive-thru testing site on campus

The University of Central Florida will open a drive-thru testing center for the coronavirus next week. The on-campus site is a partnership between UCF and Aventus Biolabs, a testing lab owned and operated by Orlando-based Aventus Health. The universi.....»»

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How the Bay Area"s construction moratorium guidelines stack up against other parts of California

The Bay Area's moratorium on non-essential construction imposed by its recently expanded shelter-in-place orders is the strictest in California, and it's easy to see why when compared to other parts of the state......»»

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Virtual health provider to quadruple physician headcount, hire across the board after raising $43M

Seattle-based 98point6 is rapidly growing its virtual health care membership as it adds COVID-19 tools and people are urged to stay home......»»

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Paycheck Protection Program launched amid confusion, conflicting guidance

The Paycheck Protection Program is up and running. However, the rollout of the program is off to a chaotic start, with guidance to lenders changing by the hour......»»

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Dr. Raymond: Wisconsin must "work harder" to slow doubling rate of COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin is like a runaway train, said Medical College of Wisconsin president and chief executive officer Dr. John Raymond Sr. The goal is to minimize the damage. As of Friday afternoon, the state of Wisconsin had confirm.....»»

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Local upholstery business donates material to Queen"s for face shields

In light of the shortage of medical protective equipment, Queen's is working to manufacture their own supplies with some help from a local business......»»

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Abrazo Health"s parent furloughs 500 health care workers nationwide

The parent company of the Abrazo Health system in the Valley is furloughing nonessential workers......»»

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ABQ tech company delays expansion due to COVID-19, expects steep revenue drop

The company is hoping pent-up demand will help it correct course later this year......»»

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As Missouri"s COVID-19 cases soar over 2,100, Parson issues stay-at-home order

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced a statewide stay-at-home order during a Friday news conference. The order comes as a major reversal from his previous stance. The Republican governor had resisted a state order, despite pressure from lawmakers a.....»»

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Will Wells Fargo be sidelined in SBA’s relief efforts for small business?

Wells Fargo's Fed-imposed asset cap could sharply limit the bank's role in the government's efforts to help small businesses survive the downturn. Wells advises customers: Stay tuned......»»

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Delta predicts 90% revenue decline; Berkshire Hathaway sells nearly 13 million shares

Delta CEO Ed Bastian says his company has not yet hit bottom as it is ravaged by fallout from the novel coronavirus pandemic. What's more, billionaire Warren Buffett has parted with nearly 13 million shares of Delta stock. In a memo to Delta Air.....»»

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Internal memo: Southwest flew 56 flights with no passengers earlier this week

The situation underscores the new reality Southwest and other airlines are facing......»»

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Ducey shortens list of "essential" services, forcing more businesses to close

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday issued new guidance on which business services and recreational activities are considered "essential," meaning businesses such as barber shops, nail salons and spas will have to close. Ducey's order follows repeate.....»»

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Drug-related initiatives, closing in on Oregon ballot, adjust tactics

They face a July 2 deadline to make the November ballot......»»

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Q&A with John Sherwood: Consistent effort, positive attitude among keys to success

John Sherwood shared some of his keys to success in the residential real estate industry in metro Atlanta......»»

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Mecklenburg County officials talk ongoing efforts to tackle COVID-19

Details are limited on plans for a field hospital to fight the novel coronavirus in Mecklenburg County. Atrium Health CEO Gene Woods and Novant Health CEO Carl Armato submitted a joint request on Thursday asking for officials' help to install a field hos.....»»

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Exclusive: Snap"s Spectacles team is making coronavirus face shields

Snap Lab, the hardware team behind Snap Inc.'s Spectacles video sunglasses, has pivoted at least temporarily to produce medical face shields during the coronavirus crisis. The much-needed equipment is being donated to ICU staff at Cedars-Sinai Me.....»»

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U.S. Justice Department providing $10M to Oregon agencies during outbreak

The U.S. Department of Justice is providing $850 million for public safety agencies to help in their response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Oregon law enforcement agencies are eligible for $10 million in grants from the U.S. Justice Department to help .....»»

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Where unemployment is hitting Oregon the hardest (Infographic)

Here is a breakdown of the sectors and counties across the state that had the highest rise in unemployment claims this week......»»

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