TMMSN volunteers and staff are observing the dolphin 24 hours a day, dawning wetsuits in the early hours of the morning to ensure he receives a special dolphin milk formula every two to three hours, and caring for his medical needs. Dr. Richard Henderson of Galveston Island Veterinary Clinic, who has been the attending veterinarian at the TMMSN for nearly 40 years, is also working closely on the calf’s case. … [Read more...] about Orphaned dolphin calf found stranded near La. beach now being cared for in Galveston
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Southwest Airlines said this week it will boost its schedule this fall, targeting business travelers with additional frequencies and more non-stop routes out of Denver, Las Vegas, Nashville and Phoenix. On Nov. 1, The carrier will start flying from Long Beach to Phoenix three times a day and to Austin once a day, and from Ontario to Houston Hobby once a day. On Nov. 2, it will kick off Orange County-Nashville daily flights, and on Dec. 17 it will add new non-stops including Atlanta to Oklahoma City, Omaha and Louisville, all with three daily roundtrips; daily flights from Denver to Little Rock, Birmingham and Wichita; and daily Phoenix-Memphis service. … [Read more...] about Routes: Quarantines quash air travel revival plans + more news
“We are starting to hear some of the stories about how Kyle positively impacted students, but our efforts are focused on providing support to those struggling with grief right now,” Austin said. “Our thoughts are with his family and those who knew him.” … [Read more...] about Man killed in Redwood City police shooting identified as Palo Alto teacher
Members of the California Education Coalition, which includes organizations representing labor unions, administrators, school boards and parents, said Thursday that it’s becoming increasingly possible that schools will have to continue with 100% distance learning because they can’t afford to reopen schools with the safety guidelines in place. … [Read more...] about California’s six million public school students are hungry for details on the return to classrooms
"George isn't going anywhere," Lynch told the hosts of Joe, Lo, Dibs on 95.7 The Game. "We're going to work hard to try to get it done. I think they've got motivation just to really reset the tight end market, as do we, for him. It's just finding that sweet spot, where that is." … [Read more...] about So … what’s the deal with 49ers TE George Kittle’s contract extension?