Murder Trial of Joey Fournier Nears Verdict as Both Sides Rest Cases

MACON, Georgia – The murder trial of Joey Fournier, accused of killing his ex-girlfriend Cynthia Berry in February 2022, has reached a critical point as both sides rested their cases on Wednesday. Fournier, who had escaped from the Bibb County jail in February 2023, took the stand on Wednesday afternoon to testify about the events leading up to Berry’s death. He recounted how Berry had invited him over for a meal and a movie after …

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Survey Shows Majority of U.S. Adults Support Legal Abortion in Most Cases

Washington, D.C. – A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center sheds light on Americans’ perspectives on abortion legality and other related issues. The survey, conducted nearly a year after the Supreme Court decision in June 2022 that ended the constitutional right to abortion, revealed that 62% of U.S. adults believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases, while 36% believe it should be illegal in all or most cases. This data …

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Report: Surge in Cancer Cases in the U.S. Despite Decline in Overall Mortality

Boston, MA – Statistics show a concerning trend in the United States as many types of cancers are increasing in frequency, despite a decrease in overall death rates from the disease. This data brings to light the ongoing battle against cancer that continues to challenge healthcare professionals and researchers nationwide. One particular focus of the research highlighted in recent reports is the rise in colorectal cancer among younger adults. This alarming trend underscores the need …

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Study Finds Multiple Unsafe Sleep Factors Present in Most Cases of Sudden Unexplained Infant Death

ATLANTA, Georgia – A recent study conducted by researchers at the CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion revealed that most cases of sudden unexplained infant death (SUID) had multiple unsafe sleep factors present, regardless of sleep location. Out of 7,595 cases of SUID, 59.5% involved sleep surface sharing when the infants died, with at least 76% of the cases displaying multiple unsafe sleep factors. The study found that infants who shared …

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Salmonella outbreak from cantaloupe ends with over 400 cases and 13 deaths across US and Canada

(CNN) – The recent salmonella outbreak connected to cantaloupe has officially come to an end, the Centers for Disease Control announced last Friday. This outbreak affected over 400 individuals in 44 states, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six fatalities. In addition, tainted cantaloupe was also distributed in Canada, where it caused more than 160 cases, 61 hospitalizations, and seven deaths. The affected cantaloupes, which carried the Malchita and Rudy brand labels, were sold at various …

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CDC Declares End to Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak with Over 400 Cases and 6 Deaths

WASHINGTON, D.C. – After a widespread salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe, the Centers for Disease Control announced last Friday that the outbreak is officially over. The outbreak affected more than 400 people in 44 states, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six deaths. In addition to the United States, tainted cantaloupe was also sold in Canada, where there have been over 160 cases, including 61 hospitalizations and seven deaths. The affected cantaloupes were sold under the …

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Officials Warn Residents of Connecticut and New York About Risks of Raw Shellfish and Brackish Waters Due to Vibrio vulnificus Cases

Hartford, Connecticut – Officials in Connecticut and New York are alerting residents about the risks of consuming raw shellfish and swimming in brackish waters after a series of cases involving Vibrio vulnificus, a potentially deadly bacteria. Connecticut Department of Public Health issued a warning after three individuals in the state were infected with Vibrio, with two cases linked to swimming in Long Island Sound and one case from consuming raw oysters from an out-of-state establishment. …

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Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupe Ends with Over 400 Cases in the US and Canada

At least 400 people across 44 states fell ill from a salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe, resulting in 158 hospitalizations and six deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The outbreak also impacted Canada, with more than 160 cases and seven deaths reported. The tainted cantaloupe was sold at various retailers, including Kwik Trip, Kroger, and Trader Joe’s, between September and December 2023. The affected brands were Malchita and Rudy. The Food & Drug …

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Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Cantaloupe Ends with Over 400 Cases Across North America

ATLANTA, GA – The recent salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe has been declared over by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with over 400 reported cases in 44 states. The outbreak resulted in 158 hospitalizations and six deaths, affecting both the United States and Canada. Canadian authorities reported over 160 cases, with 61 hospitalizations and seven deaths caused by the tainted cantaloupe. The tainted cantaloupe was sold under the Malchita and Rudy brands at …

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Justin Keel and Donavon Tyler McCune’s Murder Trial to Proceed as Separate Cases

PARKERSBURG, West Virginia – The upcoming trial of two men, accused of the murder of a Parkersburg man during an alleged drug deal gone wrong, will proceed as two separate cases. Justin Keel, also known as George Justin Smith, and Donavon Tyler McCune are the defendants in this case. The two men were indicted on charges of murder, first-degree robbery, presentation of a firearm during the commission of a felony, wanton endangerment with a firearm, …

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