TV6 Meteorologist Jennifer Perez gives a lesson on tornadoes and how they form.
Weather On Demand 4/9/20
Weather On Demand 4-9-20
Dr. Tony Malik, President of Medical Staff at Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital, shares ways to stay safe while grocery shopping.
NMU's Student Radio hosts the Underground Student Music Contest. Tune in to Radio X on 91.5 FM or online at http://www.mixlr.com/wupx to hear live recordings of student submissions along with announcements of final winners. The contest starts at 7:00 p.m. Radio X is proud to continue serving the Marquette community and showcasing our amazing local talent! See all submissions: https://woobox.com/cx89fx
Are humans to blame for the rise in infectious disease we're experiencing worldwide? In this episode of Think Again, NBC News correspondent Andrew Stern investigates the link between deforestation, habitat change and pandemics. From Zika to West Nile, Ebola to SARS, Nipah to CoVid-19, deforestation has had a hand in many of the world's worst viral outbreaks.
Many doctors suspect that if the drug does turn out to be beneficial, it may work better early on in the course of the illness.
Sharon Kleinbaum said her LGBTQ synagogue, New York City's Congregation Beit Simchat Torah, "knows what it takes to live through a plague."
"As some of you may have already found out tonight, Lonnie did not make it," Jamal Hinton tweeted of the death of Lonnie Dench, whose wife invited Hinton, a stranger, to dinner over text in 2016.
Miranda joins Elmo and Cookie Monster as they reach out to young children, confused at being stuck at home.