Family hoping for pardon

(WXYZ) — Social justice advocates are asking Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to pardon a metro Detroit man who is serving time for marijuana offenses.Rudi Gammo’s family said he has tested positive for COVID-19 and his 6-year-old son is battling Leukemia.Gammo was a pioneer in the medical marijuana industry. Action News told you his story back in…

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Grandparents send cardboard cutouts

November 24, 2020 at 6:25 pm ROCKWALL, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – When the pandemic kept Rockwall grandparents Missy and Barry Buchanan from traveling to their kids’ house to see their grandchildren for Thanksgiving, they had to get creative. “I was trying to figure out what can we do that will send a message, that it’s going…

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Church vandalized after posting BLM flag

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — The South Broadland Presbyterian Church has been vandalized for the 2nd time in a month.Tuesday morning the church’s daycare employees arrived to find shattered glass from 12 broken windows around the building. Nothing was taken from inside.”It feels like someone’s trying to make a point,” said Todd Moore, a member.Broadland’s…

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Several groups deliver hams across the community

Sheriff: ‘It’s just great to give back’; groups team up to deliver hams across community The Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office partnered with the nonprofit Serve & Connect to deliver Thanksgiving food items to needy families within the community. Sheriff’s Office officials gathered Monday morning with partners from the Orangeburg County School District and Randolph Artisan…

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Dothan airport prepares for holiday travel

Dothan airport prepares for holiday travel by adding flight Transportation Security Administration agents screen passengers before a March 14 flight at Dothan Regional Airport. JAY HARE/DOTHAN EAGLE// The Dothan Regional Airport has picked up another daily flight in preparation for air travelers this holiday season, returning to its pre-pandemic schedule.Before the COVID-19 pandemic began in…

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