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A federal judge said on Friday he was considering having federal officers defending the courthouse against violent protests wear large white identification numbers, similar to “basketball or football shirts”, in order to be able to track who violates their rules of engagement to deal with the crowd. U.S. District Judge Michael Simon also said he …

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla .– Two middle school students in Palm Beach County are tasked with putting some of the most protective gear in the hands of our frontline health workers. What Micah and Molly Kapp have accomplished in just 3 weeks is simply amazing. They founded a non-profit organization called the “PB PAPR Project”, …

UGA football today released its updated roster, including jersey numbers for transfers and signing class 2020 signatories. Finally, the jersey numbers of new UGA football players have been revealed. The team recently released the 2020 digital roster. Now, when the Bulldogs take the field (when they do), fans know what numbers to look for when …

RINCON – The need is great, but the time left to fill it is not. Recent Effingham County High School graduate Mathiew Tackitt wants to make as many masks as possible before heading to Georgia Tech for further education. He and his friend Chris Larson, a former classmate from Effingham County who is due to …

Dangerously missing personal protective equipment during the first weeks of the coronavirus crisis in the United States is low again as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients increases. A national nurses union is concerned that the equipment needs to be reused. Doctors ‘association warns doctors’ offices are closed because …

A congressional committee on Thursday criticized President Donald Trump’s administration for a series of problems in the distribution of personal protective and testing equipment during the coronavirus pandemic and called on the administration to come up with a better plan. “We need urgent action from the federal government now, before this virus gets even more …

By Tyler Dukes, WRAL investigative reporter Raleigh, North Carolina – At the start of the pandemic, MJ Shaar and her husband watched nurses cry on the news from their home in Wake Forest. Medical care for COVID-19 patients has been hampered by a shortage of personal protective equipment – masks, gloves, gowns and other equipment …