THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
- The U.S. death toll from COVID is on the verge of passing deaths during the Spanish Flu outbreak 100 years. And we have a vaccine.
- Beto O'Rourke is looking at a political comeback in Texas and is talking about running for governor.
- Pfizer says their vaccine works for kids 5-12 years old and will soon ask to have its use authorized.
- Kate Winslet says talks are underway to make season 2 of "Mare of Easttown" happen.
- And there it goes! Sears will close its last store, located in Illinois, on November 14.
- Former child star Jimmy Garrett, who is remembered for playing Lucille Ball's son Jerry Carmichael on CBS sitcom "The Lucy Show" was found dead Friday at his California home. He was 66.
- We're not making this up. Three people were injured by gunfire when a fight broke out Saturday in Pennsylvania... at a baby shower. There was apparently some problem with the presents.
- Princess Beatrice gave birth to her first child, a baby girl, with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi over the weekend.
- It never fails. An Awards Show, in this case, the Emmy's, honors those who we lost over the past year. The second they're over, people are quick to point out who was left out. Among those people felt should have been included, that weren't: Michael Constantine, Tanya Roberts, Richard Donner and Larry McMurtry.
- Olympic swimmer Madi Wilson says she has been hospitalized with Covid-19 while in Italy for an International Swimming League.
- Adele is now Instagram official with Rich Paul, sports super-agent and the founder and chief executive officer of Klutch Sports Group.
- Comedian and actor Chris Rock revealed Sunday that he has tested positive for Covid-19. His official statement: "Hey guys I just found out I have COVID, trust me you don't want this. Get vaccinated." Chris had the single dose J-and-J earlier this year.
- Boxer Manny Pacquiao announced Sunday he's accepted the PDP-Laban party nomination for president in the Philippines' 2022 presidential election.
- That dress that Elisabeth Olsen wore to the Emmy Awards Sunday night was designed by her two sisters, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen.
- At an Ohio high school football game last week, the refs made a call that wasn't popular with the home team. So, when the refs went into the locker room after the game, some fans moved a vending machine in front of the door so they couldn't get out.
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