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Panel Makes Recommendation on Who Should Get First COVID-19 Vaccine

The panel voted 13-1 to recommend those groups get priority in the first days of any coming vaccination program, when doses are expected to be very limited.

Captain in Deadly California Boat Fire Indicted

Boylan charged with 34 counts of seaman's manslaughter for "misconduct, negligence and inattention" by failing to train his crew, conduct fire drills and have a roving night watchman.

Driver Crashes Pedestrian Zone in German City; Four Dead, 15 Hurt

A car drove at high speed into a pedestrian zone in the southwestern German city of Trier on Tuesday.

Navy to Decommission USS Bonhomme Richard Damaged in Suspected Arson

The amphibious assault ship burned for more than four days in July and was the Navy’s worst U.S. warship fire outside of combat in recent memory.

Firefighters Confront Racism and Discrimination Across the County

Grievance against Winston-Salem Fire Department highlights similar problems across the country.

At Least Two Dead, Others Injured in Stabbing at San Jose Church

Two dead in a stabbing at a San Jose church that had brought homeless people in from the cold.

Eight Injured in Shooting at Wisconsin Mall

WISN-TV reported they had seen five people taken away from the mall on stretchers, at least two of whom were sitting upright and appeared to be conscious.

Explosion at Connecticut VA Hospital Complex

West Haven firefighters described it as a “steam explosion” at a facilities building a short distance from the hospital.

States Prep for Biggest Vaccination Effort in U.S. History

Federal officials say the first vaccine may be authorized for emergency use and immediately deployed to high-risk groups, such as health care workers.

Oakland Settles Last Lawsuit from Ghost Ship Fire

Tuesday's settlement resolves the “last remaining claims" of lawsuits arising from the fire, Chief Assistant City Attorney Maria Bee said in a statement.

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