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Grey's Anatomy: It's Time to Start Worrying About Tom Koracick's Fate

1 month ago   |   By Pop Sugar

Grey's Anatomy has very much been covering the COVID-19 pandemic , and we have a concrete reason to believe the virus may claim the quippy neurosurgeon Tom Koracick. Meredith Grey's fate has been up in the air, but she's not the only Grey Sloan doctor who has fallen prey to the illness. The latest Grey's Anatomy promo shows paramedics rushing Koracick into the hospital. And folks, we're anxious to report that he's definitely seen better days. Will Koracick die? Honestly, anything could happen at this point.
In season 17's third episode, Owen announces that Koracick has tested positive for...
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Survey: More buying real Christmas trees amid pandemic

Survey: More buying real Christmas trees amid pandemic

1 month ago   |   By Wood TV

COURTLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. - November and early December weather has certainly cooperated if cutting down a Christmas tree is part of your family's tradition.
"We started here in 1949. My father initially planted his first trees in 1949," said Tom Hart, owner of Hart Tree Farm.
Tom Hart has seen a few Christmases in his day but nothing like 2020. While many family-owned businesses are struggling during this pandemic, business is good at Hart Tree Farm near Rockford.
"We started out real strong the day before Thanksgiving. This year, the weather's been excellent for people to get out. With...
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A Look at the ‘Bachelorette' Hot Spot La Quinta Resort & Club

A Look at the ‘Bachelorette' Hot Spot La Quinta Resort & Club

1 month ago   |   By Extra TV

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire season of “The Bachelorette” took place at La Quinta Resort & Club.
“Extra's” Michael Corbett recently took a tour of the historic Palm Springs property, which has been known as the “original desert hideaway” for celebrities for decades.
The resort's 45 acres are perfect for socially distant activities, including hiking, biking, and golfing.
For more, visit LaQuintaResort.com !
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Christmas and COVID-19: Therapist on how to manage holiday stress and decisions amid the pandemic

Christmas and COVID-19: Therapist on how to manage holiday stress and decisions amid the pandemic

1 month ago   |   By Wood TV

CHICAGO - As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, holiday gatherings this year are changing because of the risk of community spread, government rules and families worried about the future.
In November, overall vehicle travel was down 20 percent compared to last year , but around the Thanksgiving holiday those travel numbers went up.
This trend was similar for air traffic as airports reported some of the busiest days since the pandemic.
CDC issues holiday travel guidance: Stay home or get tested twice
“If only a small percentage of those travelers were asymptomatically infected, this can...
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Kevin McCarthy is Going to Talk to Marjorie Taylor Greene About Her ‘Deeply...

Kevin McCarthy is Going to Talk to Marjorie Taylor Greene About Her ‘Deeply Disturbing' Posts About Executing House Dems

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Kevin McCarthy has had a hot and cold relationship with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene , the newly-elected Republican from Georgia who has repeatedly... Read more ...

NBA reporter, Grand Rapids native Sekou Smith dies at 48

NBA reporter, Grand Rapids native Sekou Smith dies at 48

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - NBA reporter and Grand Rapids native Sekou Smith has died, the league announced Tuesday night. He was 48 years old. Smith covered the game of basketball... Read more ...

Biden to deliver remarks on combating spread of COVID-19

Biden to deliver remarks on combating spread of COVID-19

WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden on Tuesday is scheduled to deliver remarks on combating the spread of COVID-19, according to the White House. Biden is expected to speak from... Read more ...

Disney+'s Pinocchio Film Adds Luke Evans as The Coachman

Disney+'s Pinocchio Film Adds Luke Evans as The Coachman

Disney+'s Pinocchio film adds Luke Evans as The Coachman After already helping bring the iconic Disney villain Gaston to life in the House of Mouse's live-action adaptation of... Read more ...

Vikings Creator Michael Hirst Adapting The Great Gatsby at A+E

Vikings Creator Michael Hirst Adapting The Great Gatsby at A+E

Vikings creator Michael Hirst adapting The Great Gatsby at A+E After receiving multiple big-screen adaptations since its 1925 publishing, F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby... Read more ...

The Walking Dead Extended Season 10: 8 Quick Things We Know About The 6 New...

The Walking Dead Extended Season 10: 8 Quick Things We Know About The 6 New Episodes Coming Up

With the upcoming extended season of The Walking Dead, there are plenty of questions that fans might have. Read more ...

Chicago P.D.'s Voight Discovers Suspicious Behavior From A Fellow Cop In...

Chicago P.D.'s Voight Discovers Suspicious Behavior From A Fellow Cop In Tense New Episode Clip

A new clip from the next episode of Chicago P.D. reveals a tense encounter between Voight and Intelligence. Read more ...

Dr. Fauci is highest-paid federal employee, report says

Dr. Fauci is highest-paid federal employee, report says

HOUSTON - Dr. Anthony Fauci is reportedly the highest-paid federal employee in the United States, even surpassing the president, according to Forbes . Fauci, the nation's... Read more ...

Vanessa Bryant on 1-Year Anniversary of Kobe and Gianna's Deaths: 'I will...

Vanessa Bryant on 1-Year Anniversary of Kobe and Gianna's Deaths: 'I will never understand'

It was exactly one year ago Tuesday that NBA legend Kobe Bryant , his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others were killed when their helicopter plunged into a steep... Read more ...

2 Grand Rapids housing programs get grants to encourage health

2 Grand Rapids housing programs get grants to encourage health

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and its foundation are donating some $300,000 to programs that work to get people into homes with the goal of improving... Read more ...