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Downtown businesses say the city should attract more foot traffic

ORLANDO, Fla. — A post on Hamburger Mary’s Facebook Page announced the business' Church Street location will be closing after being in the heart downtown...

Crisis intervention training creator on NYPD’s handling of mental health calls

On the heels of a NY1 investigation that looks into how the NYPD responds to mental health calls, Errol Louis discussed the training NYPD...

Mental health response teams miss goals

Millions of calls come through a 911 call center every year, and tens of thousands of them are for a mental health emergency. A tiny fraction...

Cutting edge technology helps UofL Health revolutionize spine surgery

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Revolutionary new spinal surgery technology being used by UofL Health is providing relief for patients. Before moving to Kentucky, Wilfred Longo spent 11...

Ukrainian refugee finds wrestling success in United States

CARY, N.C. — In times of turmoil and distress, sports have proven to be a beacon of hope, bringing communities together and providing solace to...

How police use force in mental health emergencies

Two NYPD officers approach the home of Win Rozario on March 27. Officials say the 19-year-old had called 911. That call, city officials say, was...

One in 5 women will suffer from a mental health issue after pregnancy

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Maternal Mental Health Month is a reminder to prioritize the mental well-being of new mothers, as approximately 20% of women...

TSA continuing to add its CAT-2 advanced facial recognition technology

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Transportation Security Administration continues to add its advanced facial recognition technology at airport checkpoints despite some opposition. What You Need To...

Josh Allen building rapport with new Bills WR corps

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills have a new cast of characters on the offense this year, and Tuesday was our first look at...

Championing mental wellness with special resources

COVINGTON, Ky. — May is Mental Health Awareness Month and in northern Kentucky, libraries are developing into more than just book repositories. What You Need...

Mental health advocate weighs in on long term impacts of April 29 tragedy

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The city of Charlotte is still mourning after four officers were killed and four others injured while serving a warrant. It's a...

Neighborhood Healers Project works for mental health equity

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Over the last three years, a Lexington organization has grown its platform to bring awareness to mental health issues in the Black...

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