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Doctors offer advice for back pain sufferers [Video]

Doctors offer advice for back pain sufferers

Massachusetts doctors say surgery isn't the only option for treating back pain. Little things in your daily routine could make a big difference.

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James Gunn's The Suicide Squad - It's A Suicide Mission [Video]

James Gunn's The Suicide Squad - It's A Suicide Mission

Check out the official "It's A Suicide Mission" featurette for the HBO Max superhero movie The Suicide Squad, directed by James Gunn. It stars Margot Robbie, Viola Davis, John Cena, Idris Elba, Peter..

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Outlook for inflation in San Diego [Video]

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University of San Diego finance Professor Dan Roccato talks to ABC 10News about inflation trends.

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SOLOMON'S 2 [Video]

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Gun Violence Contnues To Riddle Philadelphia As City Reaches 316 Shooting Deaths [Video]

Gun Violence Contnues To Riddle Philadelphia As City Reaches 316 Shooting Deaths

Jasmine Payoute reports.

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Baltimore County Police Investigating Fatal Shooting Of Kevin Glendenning At Rosedale Royal Farms [Video]

Baltimore County Police Investigating Fatal Shooting Of Kevin Glendenning At Rosedale Royal Farms

Baltimore County police are investigating a fatal shooting in Rosedale early Monday morning

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5 ways to push past your imposter syndrome [Video]

5 ways to push past your imposter syndrome

This career goal speaker is giving tips on how to overcome your imposter syndrome

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Prices rising, products ‘shrinking’ as consumers feel a squeeze [Video]

Prices rising, products ‘shrinking’ as consumers feel a squeeze

If you’ve taken a walk through the grocery store lately, you’ve likely noticed the number on price tags going up.

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The latest weather from Baltimore, Maryland

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Tense Moments As Coast Guard Rescues 7 People From Fishing Boat Off Coast Of Cape May [Video]

Tense Moments As Coast Guard Rescues 7 People From Fishing Boat Off Coast Of Cape May

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3 People Charged In Connection To Human Trafficking Ring In Berks County, Officials Say [Video]

3 People Charged In Connection To Human Trafficking Ring In Berks County, Officials Say

The investigation into the crimes began in 2020 thanks to information provided by a confidential source.

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Maryland Tax Free Week Returns Aug. 8-14 [Video]

Maryland Tax Free Week Returns Aug. 8-14

Comptroller Peter Franchot announced that Maryland Tax-Free week returns Aug. 8-14.

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The Crossover: Is Team USA in Trouble After Losing to France? [Video]

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The Crossover’s Chris Mannix and Howard Beck discuss the chemistry issues for Team USA.

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The Crossover: What Major Draft Day Deals Are You Anticipating? [Video]

The Crossover: What Major Draft Day Deals Are You Anticipating?

The Crossover’s Chris Mannix and Howard Beck weigh-in on the teams they believe will be making moves on Draft Night.

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The Crossover: Will the NBA Adopt a COVID-19 Strategy Similar to the NFL’s? [Video]

The Crossover: Will the NBA Adopt a COVID-19 Strategy Similar to the NFL’s?

The Crossover’s Chris Mannix and Howard Beck are joined by NFL senior writer Albert Breer to discuss the COVID protocols in both the NBA and NFL.

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Chop Shop Park City shows us their method of searing meat.

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Construction on Lansing Community College's Gannon Ramp is expected to be complete by August of 2022. [Video]

Construction on Lansing Community College's Gannon Ramp is expected to be complete by August of 2022.

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Zero Hunger Hero:  Utah Food for Families [Video]

Zero Hunger Hero: Utah Food for Families

Utah Food For Families is a food bank run by the Calvary Chapel in Salt Lake City. They're this month's Zero Hunger Hero.

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Gallatin County ahead of Montana in COVID-19 vaccination rates [Video]

Gallatin County ahead of Montana in COVID-19 vaccination rates

Gallatin County stands at 55 percent of residents vaccinated versus 48 percent statewide

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Back to School: local group helps families prepare for new year [Video]

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Back to School: local group helps families prepare for new year

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His brother was a vocal critic of Covid-19 vaccination. Here's what changed [Video]

His brother was a vocal critic of Covid-19 vaccination. Here's what changed

Mark Valentine, brother of conservative radio host Phil Valentine, speaks with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota about Phil’s change of heart regarding Covid-19 vaccination after a battle with the virus.

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De Blasio to expand COVID vaccine-or-test mandate to all city workers [Video]

De Blasio to expand COVID vaccine-or-test mandate to all city workers

De Blasio to expand COVID vaccine-or-test mandate to all city workers

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Boris Johnson is facing growing pressure to allow fully vaccinated people who have been identified as close contacts of coronavirus cases to be exempt from isolation.
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New details revealed on which workers may be exempt from isolation rules

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The government has released more details about which fully-vaccinated workers may be exempt from isolation if they are told to quarantine after coming into contact with a positive COVID case.
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Train services across England are being cut as a result of rail staff being forced to self-isolate.
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'Real prospect' the Omagh bombing could have been prevented, judge rules

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UK economic rebound slows sharply as pingdemic takes toll

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