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Updated 2 days, 15 hours ago

Moses Lake teen Ulises Aguirre finding sanctuary on his board

MOSES LAKE — Headphones in ear, shirttails waving behind him, Ulises Aguirre coasts across the pavement on his b...

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
'We Grieve': Community project unites neighbors in healing

LONDON (AP) — It’s nothing flashy. But then, it’s not supposed to be.

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
Brazilians say 'I do' at drive-thru weddings to avoid virus

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — For João Blank and Erica Blank’s first kiss as husband and wife, they didn’t lock lips. The couple could only press their face masks together while sitting in the back of a hatchback, where ...

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
Europe prepares post-corona, socially-distanced culture-fest

LE PECQ, France (AP) — You may need a face mask to see the Mona Lisa. You will have your temperature taken at the Colosseum in Rome. And to see views of Paris from the Eiffel Tower might require taking the stairs.

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
Hello and welcome: Robot waiters to the rescue amid virus

RENESSE, Netherlands (AP) — You can always count on a robot for perfect timing.

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
Buzz kill: Pot shops reopen, but some fear another shutdown

BOSTON (AP) — Marijuana shops in many states have enjoyed brisk business during the coronavirus pandemic. In New England? Not so much.

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
When could a COVID-19 vaccine be ready?

When could a COVID-19 vaccine be ready?

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
AP PHOTOS: Italians say 'ciao' to unkempt lockdown locks

ROME (AP) — Two months of lockdown have left style-conscious Italians looking less well-groomed than usual. But as of last week, hair salons and barber shops are back in business, welcoming young and old in need ...

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
Patrons under plastic: Restaurants get creative in virus era

PARIS (AP) — Dining at a table where each person is enclosed by a clear plastic shield might look and sound futuristic, but it could be one way for some restaurants to reopen. It also might help out if your compa...

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
Flooded Michigan city is midcentury architecture mecca

MIDLAND, Mich. (AP) — Christopher Jue knew he was home the moment he and his wife stepped inside the sprawling 62-year-old ranch with brick floors, a sunken living room and built-in desks, shelves and bureaus — h...

Updated 14 hours, 55 minutes ago
VIRUS DIARY: For boy with Down syndrome, new path of therapy

PHOENIX (AP) — The speech therapist held up a book of animals. Our 4-year-old looked curiously at her across the Zoom call screen.

Updated 1 day, 6 hours ago
Flooded Michigan city is midcentury architecture mecca

MIDLAND, Mich. (AP) — Christopher Jue knew he was home the moment he and his wife stepped inside the sprawling 62-year-old ranch with brick floors, a sunken living room and built-in desks, shelves and bureaus — h...

Updated 1 day, 14 hours ago
AP PHOTOS: Funerals become lonely affairs amid pandemic

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — Mohammad Altaf, the generous spirit. Eudiana Smith, the trailblazer. Servius Collin, the caretaker. All were taken by COVID-19. And in death, all were robbed of the funerals they deserved.

Updated 1 day, 14 hours ago
Brazilians say 'I do' at drive-thru weddings to avoid virus

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — For João Blank and Erica Blank’s first kiss as husband and wife, they didn’t lock lips. The couple could only press their face masks together while sitting in the back of a hatchback, where ...

Updated 1 day, 14 hours ago
American virus deaths at 100,000: What does a number mean?

The fraught, freighted number of this particular American moment is a round one brimming with zeroes: 100,000. A hundred thousands. A thousand hundreds. Five thousand score. More than 8,000 dozen. All dead.

Updated 1 day, 14 hours ago
Buzz kill: Pot shops reopen, but some fear another shutdown

BOSTON (AP) — Marijuana shops in many states have enjoyed brisk business during the coronavirus pandemic. In New England? Not so much.