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The new 988 suicide prevention hotline is set to go live nationwide
US & Canada · Washington

The new 988 suicide prevention hotline is set to go live nationwide

62% Center coverage: 199 sources
Beginning Saturday, any American experiencing a mental health crisis can call or text 988, the new National Suicide Prevention Hotline that’s been years in the making. The federal government has invested millions of dollars in preparation for 988’s launch and is relying on states to help make the new service a success. Over 200 locally operated and funded crisis centers across the country will begin operating 24/7, responding to 988 calls and text messages in an attempt to reimagine crisis response in the U.S. Callers will first be routed to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and then connected to a local crisis counselor where they can receive counseling, resources and referrals. See the Story
Two dead after Thursday night lightning strike near White House
Environment · Washington

Two dead after Thursday night lightning strike near White House

56% Center coverage: 124 sources
James Mueller, 76, and Donna Mueller, 75, have died from injuries following the lightning strike in Lafayette Park near the White House. The couple was visiting from Wisconsin. The condition of the other two people injured on Thursday was not immediately clear. A severe thunderstorm hit the DC region around 7 p.m. ET Thursday.See the Story
3,000-year-old canoe found in Wisconsin's Lake Mendota is the oldest ever found in Great Lakes region
US & Canada · Wisconsin

3,000-year-old canoe found in Wisconsin's Lake Mendota is the oldest ever found in Great Lakes region

68% Center coverage: 19 sources
Wisconsin Historical Society maritime archaeologists recovered a 3,000-year-old dugout canoe from Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin. The canoe is carved from a single piece of white oak and measures approximately 14.5 feet in length. Radiarbon dating performed on the canoe places it to 1000 B.C., making it the oldest ever discovered in the Great Lakes region.See the Story

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