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Georgia toddlers’ adorable reunion after months apart goes viral

Months into the pandemic

State numbers show COVID rising in Clarke, Oglethorpe counties

and another Northeast Georgia county

Tornado Warnings expired in Oconee County, S.C.; parts of NE Georgia

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Stephens scores twice, defense pulverizes Perry

The invading Panthers gained an unofficial (-37) rushing yards Friday

WATCH: Best friend reunion at Georgia pumpkin patch goes viral

Legend and Caius have known each other since they were 5 months old. They always look forward to seeing one another

Lewis Cooksey named Gwinnett's new transportation director

Gwinnett County commissioners approved a promotion for assistant transportation director Lewis Cooksey to take over the county's transportation department on Tuesday."

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Georgia toddlers’ adorable reunion after months apart goes viral

That’s why so many of us can relate to a magical moment between two three-year-olds in Douglas County. Channel 2 ... of thousands of “likes.” Iesha Stephens and Jessica Badour said their ..."




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U.S. breaks daily record for coronavirus cases with over 84,000 new infectionsThe United States broke its daily record for new coronavirus infections on Friday as it reported 84,218 new cases due to outbreaks in virtually every part of the country, according to a Reuters tally.

The spike in cases comes less than two weeks before the presidential election on Nov. 3 and is hitting battleground states such as Ohio, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. On Thursday, the United States reported a near-record 76,195 new cases.




Trump to vote in Florida before hitting campaign trail, Biden heads to PennsylvaniaPresident Donald Trump will vote in his adopted home of Florida before holding campaign rallies in three swing states on Saturday, joining more than 53 million Americans who have cast early ballots at a record-setting pace ahead of the Nov. 3 election.

Trump will vote in person in West Palm Beach, near his Mar-a-Lago estate, after switching his permanent residence and voter registration last year from New York to Florida, a must-win battleground for his re-election bid.




Snow chances increase over the weekend

Saturday will see the development of the band of snow that moved into the Pacific Northwest on Friday.
 
By Saturday morning, the snow will cover an area from Idaho to Minnesota with temperatures failing to rise above the mid-20s. In the east, the inland areas of the East Coast will see rain and precipitation moving across them throughout the day while the Atlantic Coast will see clouds and sunny spells.



'It is terrifying': Europe braces for lengthy battle with COVIDEurope faces a lengthy battle against the coronavirus at least until mid-2021, France warned on Friday, as anxious governments introduced ever more restrictions to curb the disease once again accelerating through the continent.

Europe's daily infections have more than doubled in the last 10 days, reaching a total of 7.8 million cases and about 247,000 deaths, as a second wave right before winter has crushed economic revival hopes.

"When I listen to scientists I see that projections are for at best until next summer," French President Emmanuel Macron said during a visit to a hospital near Paris.




North Korea says China dust could spread COVID-19, warns people to stay insideNorth Korea has warned its citizens to stay indoors, saying seasonal yellow dust blowing in from China might carry the new coronavirus into the country.

"As the new coronavirus infections continue to spread around the world, the need to deal with the yellow dust and take thorough measures has become more critical," North Korea's official party newspaper Rodong Sinmun said on Thursday.

The claim that the virus that causes COVID-19 could spread to North Korea from the Gobi desert, 1,900 km (1,200 miles) away, appears unsupported.




Your afternoon headlines

More Countries Reach One Million Coronavirus Infections

On Wednesday, Spain became the first country in the European Union to reach the unfortunate statistic of one million confirmed COVID-19 cases, thus joining a list that includes countries such as the United States, Russia, India, Brazil, and Argentina. As the situation currently stands, the next countries that could reach this regrettable milestone are France and Colombia.



Pelosi: COVID-19 aid possible before election but up to Trump to corral Senate RepublicansU.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said it still was possible to get another round of COVID-19 aid before the Nov. 3 election, but that it was up to President Donald Trump to act, including talking to reluctant Senate Republicans, if he wants it.

Pelosi, in an interview on MSNBC, said that she hoped the Trump administration was on the verge of accepting language aimed at tackling the novel coronavirus pandemic and that she was still optimistic an agreement could be reached.





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