CLEVELAND — Editor's Note: The above story aired on August 23, 2020 Operations at the US Postal Services Shaker Finance Station have been temporarily suspended Friday following an incident that a postal official described as a robbery to 3News. No details about the robbery incident were provided.  "In the interest of safety and security," postal officials say they made the decision to temporarily suspend operations at the Shaker Finance Station located at East 130th Street in Cleveland.  P.O. BOX customers may pick up their mail at the Shaker Heights Post Office, located at 3675 Warrensville

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Nutritionists Explain 1. Your skin will glow: Dry skin in winter is no alien idea. Many of us fall prey to it, despite the investment in good moisturisers. If your skin is persistently dry and rough in winter, then blame your water intake. Drink more of it the priceless drink and it will help you have a glow in the most radiant way! 2. No constipation: Some of you who may have been struggling with constipation for a few years now, here's what you should be doing. Drink lots and lots of water, every day. Of course, your fibre intake (in the form of fruits and vegetables) needs to be optimum

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Russia registered its coronavirus vaccine in August. A worker wearing personal protective equipment holds a tray containing unlabeled ampoules of the 'Gam-COVID-Vac' COVID-19 vaccine, developed by the Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology and the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF). Hot on the heels of promising coronavirus vaccine news from the U.K. and U.S., Russia said Tuesday it will make its shot cheaper than its rivals and aims to produce 1 billion doses next year. "The cost of one dose of the Sputnik V vaccine for international markets will be less than

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According to the citation, Jeffersontown police officers were investigating fraudulent checks during the traffic stop and that the officers "were told (Bennett) was the driver of the grey Jeep" that was involved with the allegations. The officers, Sanders said, went "to inquire about his possible involvement," which resulted in three arrests. "During this encounter, Mr. Bennett was uncooperative with officer M. Cruz," Sanders said. "A brief struggle ensued. Mr. Bennett was detained and it was determined after further investigation that check this link right here now he was not involved in

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Chaney: State insurance stable with exception of health insurance 2020 has been one for the record books by many measures, including weather disasters that caused massive damage to business and home owners among others. The record-breaking hurricane season brought wind, rain and flooding from Hurricanes Laura in August and Zeta in November to counties on the Coast and the midsection of the state. There was major flooding along the Pearl River in February and destructive tornadoes to the Pine Belt in the spring. And, maybe to no one’s surprise, a couple of earthquakes shook parts of Mississippi,

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Inspectors work under the judge of elections, along with clerks, who are supposed to be appointed by inspectors. But few Pennsylvanians run for these roles anymore, Christmas said, and more and more of those offices go vacant. There are only two other ways for people to fill them: either an individual can collect signatures to petition a Common Pleas judge for an appointment, or the vacancies must be filled by a county Board of Elections. In Allegheny County, those remaining appointments ran in the thousands in 2020, and state law stipulates officials can only make those selections within

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Boateng says he was always convinced that Ronaldo was the world’s best footballer, until he trained with Messi. "The six months at Barcelona were incredible," he told DAZN , per Goal . "At first, I didn't believe it. I thought it was Espanyol who wanted me, not the real Barcelona! "Training with Messi left me speechless. I had always said that Cristiano Ronaldo was the best in the world, but Messi is something else. He's not normal. "While training with him, I felt inadequate for the first time in my career. He was doing incredible things. I felt like saying, 'I'm done, I'm going to quit p

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Buffalo man arrested for criminal impersonation during traffic stop YORKSHIRE, N.Y. (WIVB)– The New York State Police say they’ve arrested 24-year-old Muheydin A. Ismail of Buffalo for Criminal Impersonation in the second degree. State Police tell us they arrested Ismail during a here. November 24 traffic stop on State Route 16 in the town of Yorkshire. Troopers say Ismail gave a false name during the stop. Ismail was arrested and later let go. He was issued an appearance tickets for Yorkshire Town Court. Copyright 2020 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published,

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — As the deadline for signing up for health insurance quickly approaches, state officials want to make people aware of deceptive ads to be on the lookout for. Open enrollment for health insurance is already well underway. That means if someone is not looking to get insured with an employer, they must sign up through Marketplace by Dec. 15. The deadline for signing up for Medicare is even sooner on Dec. 7. “So during this time of year when people are thinking about, ‘What am I gonna do about my health insurance?’ There are advertisers who step up their advertising on the television, on

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