Florida TV reporter thanks viewer who spotted her cancer [Video]

A Florida TV reporter has revealed she found out she had cancer when a concerned viewer sent her an email pointing out a lump on her neck.

Victoria Price, an investigative reporter for WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida, said her 'own heath was the farthest thing from my mind' as she reported on the coronavirus pandemic. 

She said she 'couldn't be more grateful' for the viewer who 'went out of her way' to email her.

'A bit of ~personal news~ to share. Turns out, I have cancer. And I owe it to one of our wonderful @WFLA viewers for bringing it to my attention. I'll be off work for a bit after tomorrow, but I'll see y'all soon,' she wrote on Twitter on Friday.

Alongside the post she included a selfie where she pointed out the slight lump on her throat that had been spotted by the eagle-eyed viewer.

In a statement she added: '"8 On Your Side" isn't just a …

Sebastian News: COVID-19 Update, Tropics, New K9 Vests [Video]

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Lawmakers divided on second coronavirus stimulus plan | MyPanhandle.com [Video]

Lawmakers divided on second coronavirus stimulus plan | MyPanhandle.com [Video]

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — After a day of closed-door talks, Republicans are still without a coronavirus stimulus plan.

“Now we’re in this emergency state,” said Rep. Cheri Bustos, D-Ill., said.

Bustos is slamming what she calls a last-minute scramble.

“To be in this crunch position right now is simply unfair to the American people,” Sen. Gary Peters said.

Michigan senators Peters and Debbie Stabenow say time is running out.

“There are a lot of things we need to get done,” Peters said.

“What are they going to do,” Stabenow said.

Programs blocking evictions, foreclosures and extra unemployment benefits expire within days.

“Without that, it’s about a 60% cut in what they’re receiving right now,” Stabenow said.

Stabenow says schools are also desperate for aid.

“I had a Zoom call about a week ago with about 100 superintendents, and it’s clear that the longer we wait, the tougher it’s going to be,” she said.

So far, details surrounding the GOP plan remain vague.

But with an expected price tag of $1 trillion or more, Republicans like Missouri …

Illinois COVID 19 Today: IL reports 955 new coronavirus cases, 23 deaths; Wisconsin could be added to Chicago quarantine travel order next week [Video]

Illinois COVID 19 Today: IL reports 955 new coronavirus cases, 23 deaths; Wisconsin could be added to Chicago quarantine travel order next week [Video]

CHICAGO (WLS) — Illinois reported 1,624 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, the highest daily total this month so far

Twenty more people have died from the virus, and the state's positivity rate has increased to 3.4%, state health officials said.

The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Thursday that the state's total confirmed COVID-19 cases has reached 166,925, including 7,367 deaths.

The deaths include:
– Boone County: 1 male 80s
– Cook County: 1 male 30s, 2 male 40s, 4 females 50s, 1 female 80s, 1 female 100+
– Douglas County: 1 male 80s
– DuPage County: 2 males 60s

– Kane County: 1 male 70s
– Lake County: 2 males 70s, 1 male 80s
– McHenry County: 1 female 80s
– Will County: 1 female 70s, 1 male 80s

In the last 24 hours, health officials said that they conducted a total of 39,706 tests. The preliminary seven-day positivity rate for July-16 to July 22 has risen to 3.4%.

Coronavirus testing: Where to get …

White House shifts coronavirus strategy – KOBI-TV NBC5 [Video]

WASHINGTON, D.C. (NBC News) – With packed hospitals, doctors and nurses stretched to their limits and an economic crisis that has left millions unemployed, the White House is making a clear shift in their coronavirus pandemic strategy.

President Trump, lagging in the polls, has resumed daily coronavirus task force briefings for the first time since April and tweeted his supports for wearing masks.

Former Vice President Joe Biden, Mr. Trump’s rival in the upcoming November election, is questioning his methods and motives.

“He has no idea what to do. Zero,” Biden said Tuesday.  “He has one thing in mind, how does he win re-election, and it doesn’t matter how many people get COVID or die from COVID.”

With the rate of infection and deaths from COVID-19 climbing, lawmakers are bitterly divided in the debate over a new relief bill.

Key sticking points include a payroll tax cut pushed by the …

U.S. reports over 1,000 coronavirus deaths for first time in two weeks [Video]

U.S. reports over 1,000 coronavirus deaths for first time in two weeks [Video]

Tuesday’s reported deaths from the coronavirus outbreak have exceeded 1,000 for the first time in two weeks, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. (via CNN).

A Reuters tally came up with the same count.

After weeks of declining fatalities, there were more than 5,200 U.S. COVID-19 deaths in the week ended July 19, up 5% from the previous seven days, a Reuters analysis found. That was the second successive week of rising deaths.

Nearly 142,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, a toll that experts warn will likely surge following recent record spikes in case numbers and an alarming rise in hospitalizations in many states.

“A Day in the Life of a WWE Star” with Lana, WWE Producer Adam Pearce defeats COVID-19 [Video]

WWE Superstar Lana posted a video to her YouTube Channel entitled “A Day in the Life of a WWE Star.”

The video features a behind-the-scenes look at a recent trip to the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida for a recent RAW TV television taping.  Also included in the video is her husband, former WWE Superstar Rusev picking her up from the airport.

You can watch the video above. 

WWE Producer Adam Pearce defeats COVID-19

WWE Producer Adam Pearce took to Twitter Tuesday to announce that he has defeated the coronavirus.

Pearce announced back on June 25 that he had tested positive for COVID-19.

Getting Coronavirus Is Not The End Of The World, Explains Dr Manoj Sharma From Medeor Hospital [Video]

The one thing that has kept all of us on our toes is any news or new development in sync with coronavirus. Until now, more than 13 million people have been affected by COVID-19 and also has claimed close to 6 hundred thousand lives. This virus has impacted the lifestyles of all age groups, right from kids to senior citizens, who are mostly lo ked indoors only to be safe from the virus. However, what we forget here are the doctors who are relentlessly serving the people without worrying much about their health. These COVID warriors are taking all necessary coordinated steps in contributing to the recovery rate of over 63 per cent.

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Also Read: COVID-19 Vaccine Latest Update: When The World Can Expect Corona Vaccine?

What makes them more prone to the virus is their daily contact with possible patients. Despite wearing the PPE kits and taking all necessary precautions, this …

Record COVID Hospitalizations in Florida, DeSantis Says they are ‘Fakers’ – Veterans Today [Video]

Record COVID Hospitalizations in Florida, DeSantis Says they are ‘Fakers’ – Veterans Today [Video]

VT think’s DeSantis is the monkey…not Nelson Mandela 

Daily Beast: Florida has hit a new record for coronavirus hospitalizations with an additional 518 hospital admissions recorded Tuesday. Gov. Ron DeSantis lauded the state’s progress on the same day, stating his belief that the state would soon begin trending downward in new coronavirus cases.

“I think the trend is much better today than it was two weeks ago,” DeSantis said. “We’re going to be able to get through it. We’re not there yet.” Go to 1:40 for DeSantis getting a dressing down:

Experts disagree with DeSantis’ positive assessment. “As long as the cases continue at this current rate, you know things will continue to move in the wrong direction and we will most likely see hospitalizations and deaths increase,” Kaiser Family Foundation state health reform director Jennifer Tolbert said.

The state had a six-day streak of reporting more than 10,000 new coronavirus cases daily but that streak was broken Tuesday with 9,440 …