Alex Hider, 10 News San Diego

Alex Hider

10 News San Diego

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Alex:

LIVE: Biden delivers remarks on November jobs report, which shows that hiring is slowing

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to address the nation Friday regarding the November jobs report that shows American companies are hiring at a slower pace as COVID-19 cases spike across the country. → Read More

Austin mayor urged constituents not to travel in video he shot while vacationing at resort in Mexico

The mayor of Austin, Texas, has apologized after reports revealed that he delivered an address urging his constituents to stay home to prevent the spread of COVID-19 while he was vacationing in Mexico. → Read More

NORAD launches new Santa-tracking website, which includes holiday-themed games and video

Nothing will stop the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) from tracking the big guy's flying sleigh — not even the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Obituary for Kansas man who died of COVID-19 skewers those who refuse to wear masks

An obituary for a Kansas man who died of COVID-19 this week skewers those who have chosen not to wear masks in public throughout the pandemic. → Read More

US surpasses 14 million COVID-19 cases, set another record in deaths on Thursday

The U.S. surpassed the 14 million mark in confirmed cases of COVID-19 Thursday and set new records in both daily recorded cases and daily deaths as the country delves deeper into the bleakest stretch of the pandemic. → Read More

States preparing to file antitrust lawsuit against Facebook, reports say

Attorneys general from several states plan to jointly file new antitrust litigation against Facebook in the coming days. → Read More

Operation Warp Speed: HHS, Department of Defense to hold joint presser on COVID-19 vaccine effort

The Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Defense will hold a joint press briefing Tuesday regarding "Operation Warp Speed" — the federal government effort to develop and distribute a COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Trump is considering 'pre-emptive' pardons for family members and Rudy Giuliani, reports say

President Donald Trump has discussed the possibility of granting pre-emptive pardons to his three oldest children, top adviser Jared Kushner and his personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, according to reports from the New York Times, ABC News and NBC News. → Read More

65 years ago today, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat and changed America forever

Sixty-five years ago today, Rosa Parks changed the course of American history. → Read More

12-year-old boy admitted to Georgia Tech wants to be the first man to reach Mars

Like many boys his age, 12-year-old Caleb Anderson wants to be an astronaut when he grows up and has goals to be the first man to visit Mars. And having already been admitted to Georgia Tech, he could be on his way to the Red Planet sooner than you think. → Read More

Hospital puts nurse on leave for posting TikTok where she bragged about flouting COVID-19 protocols

An Oregon health care network says it has placed a nurse on administrative leave after she shared a video on social media where she bragged about flouting basic public health measures that help prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

TSA screened 1.2 million travelers on Sunday, the most in a single day since March

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recorded screened its highest number of travelers on Sunday since the start of the pandemic as more than a million Americans traveled home following the Thanksgiving holiday. → Read More

Cyber Monday: Americans expected to spend $13 billion online today

Forecasters are still projecting that Monday will be the biggest day of online sales ever recorded in the U.S. despite weeks of online retail deals prompted by the pandemic. → Read More

First lady Melania Trump unveils 2020 White House Christmas decorations

The display, which Trump named "America the Beautiful," pays tribute to "the majesty of our great Nation." → Read More

More than 4 million Americans contracted COVID-19 during the month of November

The U.S. will finish the month of November with more than 4 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, by far the most of any month recorded since the beginning of the pandemic. → Read More

Moderna to file for emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine

Moderna says that it will file for Emergency Use Authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine candidate after a primary efficacy analysis showed it to be 94% effective in preventing the virus. → Read More

Trump urges his supporters not to boycott Georgia runoff elections in January

President Donald Trump urged his supporters not to boycott two Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January that will determine which party has control of the chamber. → Read More

Michael Jordan donates $2 million of his profits from 'The Last Dance' to Feeding America

Legendary basketball player Michael Jordan donated $2 million in funds he made from this year's wildly popular documentary "The Last Dance" to Feeding America, the organization said Wednesday. → Read More

Joe Biden to deliver Thanksgiving address Wednesday, expected to preach unity

President-elect Joe Biden will deliver a Thanksgiving address to the nation on Wednesday from his transition headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware. → Read More

Georgia Sec. of State says he voted for Trump, but that president threw him 'under the bus'

Georgia's Secretary of State says that despite voting for President Donald Trump and donating to his campaign, Trump threw him "under the bus" by attempting to overturn the results of the presidential election in the state. → Read More