Safety Experts: COVID-19 Isn't Only Risk Reopening Businesses Face
Employers work to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 as they reopen, but industrial hygienists say dormant spaces present other risks.
Business owners across the country want to prevent the spread of the coronavirus in their workplaces as states slowly reopen for business. But COVID-19 isn't the only risk employers need to think of. Newsy's Lauren Magarino speaks with an industrial hygienist about a handful of potential hazards, including exposure to a disease with similar symptoms to COVID-19.
What living with long COVID is really like
Scripps News talked to a dozen people with long-term COVID symptoms about their current experience and their hope for the future.
New data links COVID-19 pandemic's origins to raccoon dogs
The discovery does not prove that raccoon dogs or any other animals infected with COVID triggered the pandemic.
China to reopen to tourists, resume all visas Wednesday
China had stuck to a harsh "zero-COVID" strategy involving sudden lockdowns and daily COVID-19 testing to try to stop the virus.
Why does today's audience say certain fictional characters are gay?
In this segment of "Pop Quiz," Scripps News explores how historians and viewers are speculating about queer subtext in new and old media.
Los Angeles school support staff at an impasse in higher pay talks
Cafeteria workers, bus drivers and other school support staff employees say the district isn't meeting their requests.
This basketball magazine is mixing art with 'outlandish' sport stories
Flagrant Magazine is carving out its own space in the sports media industry by mixing abstract basketball art with culture stories from off the court.