January 21, 2021

Watch Lea Michele Find Her Way Out of the Darkness in Her Powerful ‘Cannonball’ Video

first_imgLea Michele has finally released her first music video! It feels like just yesterday that the Glee star-turned pop singer was teasing the world with photos from her video for “Cannonball,” but now we can see all of its stunning, sexy and sensational glory. Naturally, Michele does an amazing job at capturing both the vulnerability and strength in the Sia-penned tune. The video starts with Michele trapped in the dark, but our star soon finds release as the light pours through the cracks in the windows. Michele’s debut solo album, Louder, is scheduled for release on March 4. Check out the video below! View Comments Star Filescenter_img Lea Michelelast_img read more

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Legislature works to reform Vermont unemployment

first_imgNow that Vermont has had to start borrowing federal money in order to pay unemployment checks, the Vermont Senate Economic Development committee is working to reform the state’s bankrupt unemployment fund. The committee is trying to strike a balance between the financial burden of the reform on employers and labor. The proposed plan would raise unemployment taxes for businesses over a three-year period, bringing it from the current base of $10,000 up to $18,000. Maximum weekly benefit checks for the unemployed would go down from $425 to $400, and there would also be more strict guidelines around who may qualify for benefits.(Source: WCAX)last_img read more

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Seven Florida Prison Employees Test Positive for Coronavirus

first_imgSeven Florida Department of Corrections employees who work at different facilities have tested positive for COVID-19, agency officials announced late Friday.The officials would not release the positions held by the infected prison workers, but said in a statement that the employees worked for either the corrections department or one of its contractors at five prisons and two probation offices.The employees work at Century Correctional Institute in Escambia County; Everglades Correctional Institution in Miami-Dade County; Florida Women’s Reception Center and Marion Correctional Institution, both in Ocala; Zephyrhills Correctional Institution in Pasco County; and community corrections regional offices in Lake Butler and West Palm Beach.They will not return to work until they have been cleared by health officials, according to the agency.An investigation is now underway to identify inmates and staff who may need to go into isolation after coming into close contact with the infected employees, officials added.Inmate release dates have not been impacted by the ongoing public health emergency. Inmates in FDC custody will be released in accordance with their court-ordered sentence. pic.twitter.com/lKRNAtL1C8— Florida Department of Corrections (@FL_Corrections) March 26, 2020 There are no confirmed coronavirus cases within the inmate population as of 9 a.m. Friday.However, corrections officials say they are working closely with the Florida Department of Health to monitor and contain potential outbreaks in the prison system, which has 143 facilities, more than 23,000 employees and nearly 96,000 inmates.In an effort to prevent the virus from spreading, the department has suspended face-to-face inmate visitations, restricted the intake of county jail inmates and began screening anyone who enters a correctional institution.last_img read more

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