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Local Sports Report: 2-10-20Submitted: 02/10/2020
Andrew Goldstein
Andrew Goldstein
Sports Anchor/Reporter
agoldstein@wjfw.com

Local Sports Report: 2-10-20
CRANDON - Laona/Wabeno defeated Crandon, 81-67, to secure the inside track to the NLC boys basketball title.




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WASHINGTON - Trump administration officials are asking India to lift restrictions to give the U.S. access to pharmaceutical ingredients needed to produce a range of drugs, amid fears of a potential U.S. drug supply shortage prompted by the coronavirus outbreak, three sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.

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- Macy's will be putting the majority of its 130,000 workers on furlough, the company said Monday. 

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ONEIDA COUNTY - A second and third person have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Oneida County. That's according to a press release by the Oneida County Health Department.

The individuals are in their 60's and 80's. These cases are not related to each other, nor the first reported case in Oneida County on March 27th. That person is in their 20's.

All individuals are currently in isolation.

County health officials are working to determine how they may have been exposed to the virus and are contacting those who have been in close contact with these individuals.

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ELCHO - Social distancing quickly changed how Erica Rusch celebrated her 18th birthday, but her family and friends still wanted to do something for her special day.

"I had a senior who was just heartbroken by the collapse of the senior year and the unpredictable circumstances," said Erica Rusch's mother Jennai Rusch.

Erica Rusch planned to celebrate her 18th birthday surrounded by her family and friends, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those plans had to be adjusted to fit CDC regulations. 

"With the quarantine and everything like that, I can't celebrate with friends because of social distancing," said Rusch.

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RHINELANDER - Running out of guns and ammo is usually the last problem that the Hodag Gun and Loan would ever have.

"A lot of times, these are fear, impulse purchases," store manager Chris Turk said.

That all changed when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, sending droves of customers into the store to buy firearms.

"We're in an unprecedented time here with this," Turk said. "It gives them a sense of protection even though I don't foresee anything happen where they will need this type of protection."

Chris Turk has spent roughly 17 years as Hodag Gun and Loan's manager.

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WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is extending the voluntary national shutdown for a month as sickness and death from the coronavirus pandemic rise in the U.S.

The initial 15-day period of social distancing urged by the federal government expires Monday and Trump had expressed interest in relaxing the national guidelines at least in parts of the country less afflicted by the pandemic. But instead he decided to extend them through April 30, a tacit acknowledgment he'd been too optimistic. Many states and local governments have stiffer controls in place on mobility and gatherings.



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