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The White House says the U.S. has enough doses for the country's 28 million kids age 5 to 11 and has laid out a plan to get them inoculated as soon as the vaccine is authorized for the age group.
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Jerry Holly, the owner of an exotic animals breeding business, has been charged with three counts of animal cruelty, after one of his three escaped zebras was found dead in a snare trap.
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Terry Wunderle is an expert in archery and is referred to as "the shot doctor." He spoke to Community Voices about training Olympic medalists and the need to focus while trying to hit your mark. He lives in Mason City, where he continues to provide archery coaching. He has also written a book titled "Archery: Think and Shoot Like a Champion."
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The proposed map would give Democrats more of an edge in the state. Republicans are calling it "shameless gerrymandering."
Culture critic Anne Elizabeth Moore's project is also an investigation of the costs — monetary, psychological, ethical — of the free house she was given for writing, and an ode to her neighbors.
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with singer and songwriter Joy Crookes about her debut album, Skin.
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