The snow is melting, but interest is not. It should be another busy weekend on Mt. Charleston, prompting local law enforcement to issue a warning about possible intermittent road closures.
As the world races to vaccinate as many people as possible, new vaccine options may be around the corner. That could start with Johnson & Johnson, which may receive emergency use authorization in a matter of weeks from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
As the big game kicked off, volunteers are busy cracking down on human trafficking. This weekend is one of the busiest weekends of the year for traffickers. For five children in Tampa, Super Bowl week saved their lives.
00:00 – Mt. Charleston snow still causing trouble
02:00 – With new vaccines on horizon, doctors have hope
03:54 – SOAP Project hopes to bring attention to human trafficking
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