Texas is just one of the many states that has banned abortions after the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade overturned ruling. Now, a Dallas woman could be the first person to receive permission for this procedure in a banned state since the Roe v. Wade ruling a year and a half ago.
2023 has been laden with natural disasters, both in the U.S. — Maui and northeastern fires — and abroad — Libya flooding, among many others. The United Nations weather agency forecasts that natural disasters aren’t going anywhere, and the need to address climate change is urgent as ever.
Several Lexington hotels are now refusing to accept homeless guests. This comes at a time when demand for local housing assistance has increased. Local advocates say that building more affordable housing is their primary focus in alleviating homelessness.
Virginia is just one of numerous states in the Southeast experiencing wildfires. Officials blame droughts in the region for the fires.
At least 75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers walked off the job Wednesday. In August, Unions representing Kaiser asked for a $25 minimum hourly wage with yearly increases.
The new facility is part of the organization’s broader vision to expand in the community.
Opioid overdoses have increased steadily since 2018 in Virginia. Rockbridge County Public Schools. Administrators, and school nurses can now administer Narcan to reverse opioid overdoses in schools.
The facility’s leaders say they want to deepen understanding of people suffering from the life-altering condition.
Opioid manufacturers and distributors settled several civil lawsuits filed nationally by local and state governments.
The FBI is investigating the scope of the health insurance platform’s breach.