An IU student cleans a doorknob with a Clorex wipe. Izzy Myszak As the holiday season approaches, on-campus students must plan for a two-month leave from campus. While away, there are some factors to remember to help maintain safety during the coronavirus pandemic: Check local guidelines Protocols vary across locations, […]

ANAHEIM, Calif. — The new Radisson Blu Anaheim has reserved the 12th floor of the hotel for adults. The 12th floor will feature a rooftop pool and jacuzzi, a full-service restaurant with an exhibition kitchen, indoor and outdoor bars, fire pits, and a seating area where guests can see Disneyland […]

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – First there was taco night, then barbecue sandwiches, followed by meats by the pound – all splashy marketing events to generate buzz leading up to Proof BBQ’s grand opening in the Cleveland suburbs. And then came coronavirus. Michael Griffin already had success with a popular pizza […]

CLOSE Vineyards Elementary first-grade students from the classrooms of Joanna Campanile and Janell Matos hold up their teachers’ grants on Friday, Oct. 16, 2020. (Photo: Courtesy of Collier County Public Schools) Escape rooms that make learning an adventure, a student store encouraging creativity, and a new way to engage students about civics […]

With massive job losses and continued economic uncertainty as the pandemic drags on, workers might be hesitant to ask for anything, let alone a raise. “If you are in a place where you’ve had a significant impact on the organization and taken on more responsibility and the company isn’t saying, […]

THE NEEDIEST CASES FUND For these families in Queens, bills piled up. “All this hit and it’s hard because you feel so powerless over everything.” The last day Maria Quezada saw her husband alive, he was lying in a hospital bed in Nassau County, his face bloodied after 17 days […]

“Every time I talk about it, I just cry,” she said. Vaʻa left the U.S. territory in the Pacific in February with her husband for medical treatment. They planned to fly home in March from San Francisco but decided to postpone after hearing a security worker at the airport had […]

Winter in the Northwest means skiers and snowboarders hitting the slopes across the region, with no shortage of mountains to choose from. But in the age of the coronavirus pandemic, many resorts are making changes to their rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are some of the region’s […]

If you’re a frequent flyer like I am, then you know that the worst part about traveling is dealing with the airport. Bumper-to-bumper traffic, long lines, extra baggage fees, delayed flights — trying to survive the airport can take the joy out of traveling. If you add a global pandemic […]

Delta Air Lines Inc. DAL -3.28% offered cautious optimism that demand for travel is starting to return but said its losses were mounting, as the coronavirus pandemic looks likely to continue weighing on travel for years. “The virus has had a much broader impact over the course of the year […]

TipRanks 3 “Strong Buy” Stocks Trading at Rock-Bottom Prices Whether markets move up or down, every investor loves a bargain. There’s a thrill in finding a valuable stock at low, low price – and then watching it appreciate in the mid- to long-term. Portfolio growth of that sort is one […]

Pasco, WA When Anthony Owens accepted the the men’s head basketball coaching job at Columbia Basin College earlier this year, he was unaware that it came with a bonus: a new gymnasium in a few years. “I found out about it after the fact,” said Owens. “(CBC athletic director) Scott […]

As travel inches upward following a near shutdown caused by the coronavirus, more people are deciding at the last minute to head out on trips. September was the strongest month of the year for hotel bookings, according to AAA, though it still trailed September 2019 by 12 percent. Nearly half […]