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Past articles by Debbie:

Are Macy’s, Walmart, Kohl’s or Target open on Easter 2022? Which stores are closed?

Here is a list of stores that will be open and those that will be closed on Easter. → Read More

Easter 2022: How to make perfect hard-boiled eggs for Easter egg dyeing

With a few simple steps you can get the perfect boiled egg for your Easter egg dyeing. → Read More

Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmed to the Supreme Court on 53-47 vote

She will replace the retiring Justice Stephen Breyer. → Read More

NASCAR driver says she skipped race because of death threats

Hailie Deegan released a YouTube video explaining why she skipped the Freedom 500. → Read More

Hank Williams Jr’s wife Mary Jane Thomas dies in Florida

Williams and Thomas' daughter was killed in a car accident in 2020. → Read More

Study: Most unvaccinated children lack antibodies after COVID-19 infection

Only a third of the children in the study showed antibodies against the virus after their first blood test. → Read More

BA.2 version of COVID-19 virus beginning to spread in US; more contagious than omicron

The highest prevalence of BA.2 infections is being seen in the Northeast. → Read More

Jussie Smollett: ‘Empire’ actor sentenced to 150 days in jail, 30 months of probation

Jussie Smollett, who in 2019 said he was the victim of a homophobic and racist attack in Chicago, was sentenced Thursday to 150 days of jail time and 30 months of probation for lying to police. The actor must pay $120,106 in restitution and was also fined an additional $25,000. → Read More

Companies are pulling out of Russia following the invasion of Ukraine. Here’s a list

Companies from around the world are now cutting off business with Russia. → Read More

State of the Union: Boebert, Greene heckle Biden during address

Greene was heard talking throughout the part of Biden's speech. → Read More

Bob Saget: Police believe they know what led to his death, report says

Police think they know what may have happened to Bob Saget in an Orlando hotel room in January. → Read More

Daylight saving time: When do we turn our clocks forward?

A growing number of states want to keep daylight saving time all year. → Read More

Department of Education approves $415 million in student loan forgiveness for certain students

The announcement means they will not have to repay loans made with taxpayer money. → Read More

CDC to consider increasing time between vaccine doses to lower risk of heart inflammation

More time between the first two doses of COVID-19 vaccines could improve effectiveness researchers say. → Read More

IRS says Child Tax Credit letter 6419 may not be accurate

IRS says Child Tax Credit information on letter 6419 may have been miscalculated. → Read More

Stealth omicron: New COVID-19 variant seen in 40 countries

The subvariant could be more contagious, scientists say. → Read More

Free N95 masks: Federal government to distribute more than 400 million masks

The masks are set to be available beginning next week. → Read More

CDC COVID-19 guidance to become optional for cruise lines

The guidelines covered several COVID-19 safety measures on ships. → Read More

COVID-19 tests are free starting Saturday; how to get one; how to get it delivered

Insurance companies will pay for up to 8 tests per month, per person. → Read More

Coronavirus: Has omicron run out of people to infect?

Scientists say that by omicron's peak, most everyone will have been infected by some variant of COVID-19. → Read More