Biden Sets May 1 Target To Have All Adults Vaccine-Eligible

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is outlining his plan to make all adult Americans eligible for vaccination by May 1 and get the nation back “closer to normal” by the Fourth of July. Biden is addressing the nation Thursday evening, one year into the coronavirus pandemic. He said of the virus, which has killed more […]

Watch Live: Biden Marks 1 Year Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Tonight at 7:00 P.M. CST, President Biden is giving the first prime-time address of his presidency to mark one year of the coronavirus pandemic, a day after Congress passed a massive relief package. More than 500,000 people have died from the virus in the U.S.

COVID Survivors Hope Experimental Therapy Will Help Them Learn To Smell Again

ST. LOUIS — Elizabeth Tesson remembers the exact moment she lost her sense of smell, the day after she tested positive for COVID-19. “I got a very odd feeling in my nose, like a burning sensation in my sinuses and along my cheeks,” said Tesson, who lives in St. Louis County. “About an hour and […]

Wildcats End Illini’s Season In Big Ten Tourney 67-42

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Lindsey Pulliam scored 21 points and fifth-seeded Northwestern used a lock-down first half to roll to a 67-42 win over 12th-seeded Illinois in the second round of the Big Ten Conference tournament. The Wildcats limited the Illini to eight points in the first half to take a 30-point lead before coasting into […]