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Alex Trebek gifted Los Angeles with land to build a park years before his death

Alex Trebek made his mark on the world in more ways than one. Prior to his death on November 8, the beloved ‘Jeopardy’ host donated land to Los Angeles that runs into the popular Runyon Canyon. Read the full story now.
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Man recovering from COVID-19 blinded and paralyzed by cobra bite

A British charity worker in India is recovering from his second battle with COVID and a bite from a highly venomous black king cobra. The man previously had dengue fever and malaria while volunteering. Read on now.
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'Resilient' 17-year-old finds her forever home after 3,739 days in foster care

17-year-old finds gets adopted after 3,739 days in foster care and 24 different homes. Akyra Holstein was adopted in Kentucky by her new mother Katie Holstein along with a 1-year-old boy named Thomas. Read more about their story.
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WATCH: Intubated COVID-19 patient serenades health care workers with violin in ICU

A coronavirus patient in Utah used his violin to tug at the heart strings of health care workers while intubated in the ICU. See the touching performance on RADIO.COM.
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Homeless boy, 8, helps family move into apartment with plant business

A boy whose family was forced to move into a shed helped them move into an apartment after the success of a plant business he started during the pandemic. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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DIY meal kit for growing steak made from human cells nominated for ‘Design of the Year’ Award

A DIY meal kit for growing steak made from human cells was recently nominated for the “design of the year.” While it could change how food is made, the makers assure eating their food is not “technically” cannibalism.
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Hawaii is offering free stay at hotels for travelers willing to do volunteer work

Hawaii is giving travelers the chance to spend one night in one of their hotels for free, in exchange for volunteer work. Those looking to volunteer can exchange it for one free night at a number of hotels across Hawaii.
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Coors Light brings back their festive, holiday onesie with beer pockets

Coors Light brought back its festive, holiday onesie with an all new design to get cozy this holiday season. It’s the chillest way to spend the holidays.
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Holidays, COVID-19 put high demand on food pantries

At the Lakeview Pantry which has been around for 50 years on the North Side, demand is 200 percent over what it is during a normal November, according to Kathryn Lyons, Chief Development Director.
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Why you shouldn’t rely on a negative COVID test to see your family for Thanksgiving

You should not rely on a negative COVID-19 test to see your family for Thanksgiving dinner and the holidays. Read more on RADIO.COM for the latest details.
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