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Better than George Springer? Dorchester’s Josh Baez has ‘major-league tools all over the place'

In the eyes of his coach at the School in Brookline

SC High School League plan leaves return-to-sports date up to districts

The S.C. High School League issued its return-to-play guidelines for high school sports on Thursday

DHEC: 447 new COVID-19 cases, 13 additional deaths in South Carolina

This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 13

DHEC: 512 additional cases of COVID-19 in SC, 13,916 total

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 512 new cases of COVID-19 in South Carolina and seven additional deaths. This"

SC virus deaths reach 500, 6 new deaths reported

DHEC said there were 297 new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and six additional deaths. This brings the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 12

DHEC announces 7 new COVID-19 deaths, over 500 new cases in SC

The Department of Health and Environmental Control provided the latest update on COVID-19 cases Saturday. DHEC said it confirmed 512 new cases of the virus along with seven new deaths. It brings the total case number in the state to 13

Police pursuit leads to crash in Dorchester County

The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) was invovled in a vehicle pursuit that led to a crash around 2:32 p.m. on Wedesday. According to DCSO

South Carolina coronavirus cases increase by 300+ since Wednesday

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control announced Thursday 361 ... Calhoun (3)

Over 500 new cases of COVID-19 in SC, 7 more deaths: DHEC

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) announced 512 new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and 7 additional deaths Satuday. This"

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COVID-19 kills 'a Brazilian per minute'

BRASILIA - President Jair Bolsonaro threatened on Friday to pull Brazil out of the World Health Organization after the U.N. agency warned Latin American governments about the risk of lifting lockdowns before slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus throughout the region.

A new Brazilian record for daily COVID-19 fatalities pushed the county's death toll past that of Italy late on Thursday, but Bolsonaro continues to argue for quickly lifting state isolation orders, arguing that the economic costs outweigh public health risks.

Minneapolis, California move to end police neck restraintsThe Minneapolis City Council on Friday voted to end use of chokeholds and neck restraints like that used by a white police officer who pressed his knee into the neck of unarmed black man George Floyd on May 25, sparking coast-to-coast protests.

In California, Governor Gavin Newsom said he would end state police training in carotid restraints similar to the technique used on Floyd by former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin while three officers stood by and watched as Floyd died after pleading for his life.

Trump orders big U.S. troop cut in Germany, official says

BANGOR, Maine - U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered the military to remove 9,500 troops from Germany, a senior U.S. official said on Friday, a move likely to raise concerns in Europe about the U.S. commitment to the continent.

The move would reduce U.S. troops numbers in Germany to 25,000, from the 34,500 currently there.

The official, who did not want to be identified, said the move was the result of months of work by America's top military officer, General Mark Milley, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, and had nothing to do with tensions between Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who thwarted Trump's plan to host a G7 meeting this month.

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U.S. Nationwide Protests a Major Setback for COVID-19 Mitigation

Healthcare professionals in the United States are bracing for what they expect to be a major wave of coronavirus diagnoses.
After more than a week of around-the-clock rallies against police brutality and racial hatred, thousands of Americans may have become infected with SARS-COV-2, and this situation is prompting public health officials to consider reinstating quarantine orders.

George Floyd's death sparks new generation of activists in U.S.

WASHINGTON - Kristina Knox, a 25-year-old child development teacher from Maryland, cried for days after watching video footage of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man in Minneapolis who died after a police officer kneeled on his neck while Floyd gasped for air.

She had posted about high-profile episodes of police brutality wielded against black Americans on her social media accounts before she attended her first protest this week - spurred, in part, by hoping to create a better world for her two-year-old son.

Facebook's Zuckerberg promises a review of content policies after backlashFacebook <FB.O> CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Friday said he would consider changes to the policy that led the company to leave up controversial posts by President Donald Trump during recent demonstrations protesting the death of an unarmed black man while in police custody, a partial concession to critics.

Zuckerberg did not promise specific policy changes in a Facebook post, days after staff members walked off the job, some claiming he kept finding new excuses not to challenge Trump.

Buffalo police officers quit unit to protest colleagues' suspensionAll 57 members of a police tactical unit in Buffalo, New York, have resigned from that team to protest the suspension of two colleagues who were filmed shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground, local media reported on Friday.

Two members of the Buffalo Police Department's Emergency Response Team were suspended on Thursday and are being investigated after a local radio station released video of the incident involving the protester.

Local media quoted Buffalo Police Benevolent Association President John Evans as saying the officers were simply doing their job, and that their colleagues on the response team had resigned from the special unit to protest their treatment.

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