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Cresco Labs Announces Opening of 44th Dispensary in Pensacola, FL

Cresco Labs’ new Pensacola dispensary is its second in Florida’s Panhandle and 44th nationwide. (Photo: Business Wire) \"This is our fourth Florida new store opening since the closing of the Bluma Wellness acquisition

Survivors of the Pensacola terror attack speak out

It has been two years since the Pensacola Naval Base terror attack. ABC News Live Two years after the Pensacola air base terror attack

Pensacola, FL Coronavirus Updates & News For December 7

Latest coronavirus headlines from Pensacola

Pensacola Mayor Grover Robinson says I-110 homeless camp must be cleared by mid-January

After the city approved the first round of funding for homeless reduction initiatives

DeSantis lowers flags in honor of Bob Dole, Naval Air Station Pensacola casualties

Flags are flying at half-staff at state properties today in remembrance of three servicemembers killed in a terrorist attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola two years ago — and also of Bob Dole

DeSantis visits Pensacola to announce $100 million budget proposal for Florida National Guard

Gov. Ron DeSantis wants a state budget increase of over $100 million to better fund the Florida National Guard and re-establish a Florida State Guard."

Pensacola city council to discuss e-scooter changes after accidents, injuries reported

The City of Pensacola is planning changes to its e-scooter ordinance after several issues over the past six months."

Cresco Labs Opens 12th Florida Medical Cannabis Dispensary

Cresco Labs Announces Opening of 44th Dispensary in Pensacola

FDLE breaks ground on long-awaited Pensacola Regional Operations Center

Construction will begin in January on FDLE's Pensacola Regional Operations Center and staff are expected to move into the building in February 2023."

Cresco Labs (CRLBF) Announces Opening of 44th Dispensary in Pensacola, FL

Cresco Labs Announces Opening of 44th Dispensary in Pensacola
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Trump ex-chief of staff Meadows no longer cooperating with Capitol riot panel

Mark Meadows, who served as former President Donald Trump's White House chief of staff, has decided to no longer cooperate with the House of Representatives select committee investigating the deadly Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot, sources familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.

Fox News first reported Meadows' decision. The Democratic-led committee last week said Meadows had provided records and agreed to appear "soon" for a deposition after failing to show up for a previously scheduled one.




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Virologists Develop Chewing Gum That Can Reduce Transmission of Coronavirus Particles

Chewing gum formulated with a special protein can reduce the viral load in the saliva of individuals infected with SARS-CoV-2, thus lowering the potential of COVID-19 infections.
 
This curious research was conducted by virologists at the University of Pennsylvania, where another team of researchers had been working on a chewing gum project that involve the use of angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) to reduce plaque formation.



Amazon's Prime, Ring and other apps down for thousands of users

Several Amazon.com Inc services including Prime Video, its namesake e-commerce website and applications that use Amazon Web Services (AWS) were down for thousands of users in the United States on Tuesday.

Amazon said the outage was likely due to issues related to application programming interface (API), which is a set of protocols for building and integrating application software.

"We are experiencing API and console issues in the US-EAST-1 Region," Amazon said in a report on its service health dashboard, adding that it has identified the cause and was working to resolve the issue.




Strong storm moving through the East

 A strengthening storm will bring high winds and snow to the Great Lakes and Northeast U.S. today. Scattered severe thunderstorms are likely into this afternoon across the ArkLaMiss vicinity. Heavy rain from a Kona Low may bring catastrophic flooding, gusty winds, and high surf to Hawaii into Tuesday. A major winter storm is impacting western Alaska with heavy snow and strong winds through today.

There is a Slight Risk of severe thunderstorms over parts of the Lower Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys into parts of the Southeast through Tuesday morning.




Omicron may raise re-infection risk; booster protection documented

The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that has yet to be certified by peer review.

Re-infection risk may be higher with Omicron variant

Survivors of previous infection with the virus that causes COVID-19, known as SARS-CoV-2, may be at higher risk for re-infection with the Omicron variant than with earlier versions of the virus, according to preliminary findings.




U.S. officials to boycott Beijing Olympics over rights 'atrocities'

U.S. government officials will boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing because of China's human rights "atrocities", the White House said on Monday, just weeks after talks aimed at easing tense relations between the two superpowers.

The diplomatic boycott, which leaves athletes free to travel to Beijing to compete, has been encouraged by some members of Congress and rights advocacy groups for months.

Beijing threatened unspecified "resolute countermeasures" against any such move before Monday's announcement, which is certain to further strain relations already at their lowest point in decades.




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Breakthrough COVID-19 Infections May Become a New Normal Because of Omicron Variant

South African medical researchers have completed an evaluation of nearly 3 million COVID-19 cases in patients who have recovered and subsequently re-infected.
 
The findings of these study, which included thousands of patients who are fully vaccinated, is that re-infection rates are currently higher with the Omicron SARS-CoV-2 variant of concern; much more so than with the Delta strain, which was also detected in that country last year.




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