In a follow-up to a report last week, the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) reports confirming H5N1 avian influenza- highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in wild birds in Colleton County, South Carolina (2) and Hyde County, North Carolina (1). These findings are
GRAMMY® nominated, multiple American Music Award, Billboard Music Award and Dove Award-winning band MercyMe has announced their fall 2021 inhale (exhale) tour. Hitting 30 cities across the U.S., the band is excited to hit the road with fellow Fair Trade Services artist Micah Tyler. For ticket information on all MercyMe tour dates, please visit www.mercyme.org.
The Voter Protection Corps announced Friday that, working in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University, they have released the most comprehensive data to date outlining the risk factor of 745 counties in eight states for poll worker shortages. The update identifies 485 counties across eight battleground states that are at high
During an interview with Mobile, AL radio’s FM Talk 106.5 Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks discussed the federal response to acts of vandalism to federal statues and monuments based on interactions he had with Trump administration officials, particularly Mark Meadows. Brooks told Mobile, AL radio’s FM Talk 106.5 the feds were limited
Apple is planning to close nearly a dozen retail stores located in Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, and South Carolina. “Due to current COVID-19 conditions in some of the communities we serve, we are temporarily closing stores in these areas,” an Apple spokesman said Friday in a statement after being contacted
In response to overwhelming demand Awakening Events is thrilled to announce an additional tour package has been added to the Drive-In Theater Tour Concert Series. Building off the momentum of the previously announced NEWSBOYS United and TobyMac Drive-In Theater tours Awakening Events today unveiled another 10 city tour with CCM
Celebrities join the call for a North Carolina university professor, Mike Adams, to be fired for referring to the state’s governor “Massa Cooper” on Twitter. Adams, a sociology and criminology professor at University of North Carolina Wilmington, tweeted in late May as he dined with six men at a six-seat table
Florida detectives are investigating the death of a toddler who was in foster care and about to be adopted. 17-month-old Aedyn Agminalis died last Sunday after being taken off life support and now the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office has opened a criminal investigation. The boy suffered from bleeding on the brain,