WFTS: Meals On Wheels Helps Deliver Vaccines To Homebound Floridians
Paramedics in Tampa, Florida, are making house calls to help distribute COVID vaccines to people who can't make it to a clinic.
Study identifies key symptoms of long COVID
Researchers say roughly 1 in 3 COVID-19 patients have experienced long COVID.
COVID-fighting programs at risk due to debt disagreements
Republicans want to cut costs promised to help fight COVID now that the pandemic is over, but it's only a fraction of the $31.4 trillion debt limit.
Downtowns struggling to recover three years after the pandemic began
People might be moving to cities, but trends suggest they're not living downtown.
Republican legislatures targeting academic tenure at universities
Some lawmakers want to curtail giving tenure to college professors, but opponents argue tenure protects educators from political whims.
Businesses, governments scaling back on drug testing
With there being nearly 4 million more job openings than unemployed Americans, companies are rethinking how they screen new hires for marijuana.
Texas House impeaches state Attorney General Ken Paxton
Texas lawmakers voted to impeach state Attorney General Ken Paxton in a bipartisan vote.