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Temps could rise to 114 degrees from Thursday through Sunday

TUCSON, Ariz. — An Extreme Heat Warning will go into effect at 10 a.m. Thursday and last through 8 p.m. Sunday. According to the National Weather Service, temperatures could rise to as high as 114 degrees in parts of Southern Arizona. The advisory is in effect for western the Tucson metro area, southern Pinal County, western Pima County, the Tohono …

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Loan Could be Next Step in Paying Unemployment Benefits

STATEWIDE — Florida can’t get extra unemployment funds through President Trump’s executive order, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis, so the search is on for a way to get more money to hundreds of thousands of Floridians still unemployed. Federal benefits are expired, and the president’s executive order requires states to chip in to pay for the extra boost in benefits. The …

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Degree selfies could lead to fraud

Degree fraud could rise this year as students denied the usual graduation ceremony picture opportunities instead post selfies with their certificates on social media. As graduation officers prepare to send out certificates, Prospects (now part of of the UK higher education tech services body Jisc) is urging higher education providers to advise graduates against showing their degrees online. Such images …

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How the pandemic could reshape credit unions’ presence in schools

The new academic year for kindergarten through 12th grade will be anything but normal and that’s likely to have a significant impact on the financial education offerings credit unions provide to those students. Credit unions across the country have long been a presence in schools, facilitating student-run branches and running financial literacy courses. Some states even mandate that youngsters receive …

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San Diego State budget hit could reach $12 million with fall sports postponed

San Diego State is among 12 members of the Mountain West, which in five days went from announcing a 10-game football season to no football season whatsoever. No fall sports of any kind, for that matter. Mountain West presidents reached that conclusion Monday, surprising some with the apparent swiftness of such a decision. “They arrived at a place where they …

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Florida Could Look At Loan For Jobless Benefits

Hear this story airing on WJCT News 89.9 Florida might seek a loan through the U.S. Department of Labor to cover the state’s portion of a plan by President Donald Trump to extend federal unemployment benefits and have states put up 25 percent of the cash.  Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday the loan idea is under review.  “We’re looking to …

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Florida could look at loan for unemployment benefits

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida might seek a loan through the U.S. Department of Labor to cover the state’s portion of a plan by President Donald Trump to extend federal unemployment benefits and have states put up 25 percent of the cash. Gov. Ron DeSantis said Tuesday the loan idea is under review. “We’re looking to see what that would entail,” …

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Lapses could endanger rights to hosting foreign teams

With authorities getting green signal to resume sporting activities in a limited scale and by maintaining proper health protocols following sport’s ministry’s clearance on Monday, the challenge for Bangladesh actually begins now.  As sporting activities — mostly in terms of training — are slowly resuming for the first time since the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in March, it will …

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