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(NEXSTAR)- Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson went against his party’s lawmakers to veto a bill limiting health care for transgender minors.

See the full story now on KARK.

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In Florida, millions of gallons of water are held back by the struggling integrity of a reservoir already leaking contaminated water into the surrounding area.

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Florida officials say a man took a county ambulance for a joy ride that ended in the mud.

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There’s a new contagious variant of COVID-19 that was first found in India, but now it has been detected in the Bay Area and the first to be confirmed in the U.S.

See the full story now on KRON.

More than 1.4 million people are fully vaccinated in Massachusetts, but how long does that immunity last once you get the necessary vaccines?

See the full story now on WWLP.

The FDA is warning parents not to feed their infants homemade formula.

See the full story now on KXAN.

The official announcement is expected Tuesday for the 2021 MLB All-Star Game to be played at Coors Field this summer.

See the full story now on KDVR.

The first major golf championship of the year, The Masters, is about to get underway.

See more coverage from WJBF.

A South Carolina nonprofit has a unique fundraising initiative that includes one man running 750 miles across the Carolinas.

See the full story now on WBTW.

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