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Wyoming, rest of Mountain West to play football this fall following presidents' approval

Cowboys will play eight-game, conference-only schedule beginning Oct. 24. Read more

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Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich split?

Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich have reportedly ended their engagement, just two months after he popped the question. Read more

Select Medical and RUSH Enter Joint Venture to Operate Critical Illness Recovery Hospital, Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital and Outpatient Rehabilitation Centers in Illinois

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. and CHICAGO, Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Select Medical Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Select Medical Holdings Corporation (NYSE: SEM), today announced a joint venture agreement with Rush University System for Health (RUSH) to manage operations of a critical illness recovery hospital, inpatient rehabilitation hospital and 63 physical therapy centers throughout the greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana region. Select Medical will serve as both the majority owner and managing partner across the three post-acute care lines. Read more

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St. Luke's Lehighton Pioneers Artificial Intelligence in X-Rays

BETHLEHEM, Pa., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- St. Luke's Lehighton Campus is the first hospital in Pennsylvania using new artificial intelligence technology (AI) to help radiology specialists find dangerous lung conditions quickly and accurately before they become critical. Read more

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New poll finds big gulf on top issues between Biden, Trump voters in battleground states

The new poll of voters in the key battleground states of Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania found Biden leading Trump and a stark contrast between their voters in what they view as the most important issues facing the country. Read more

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Even with a football season, Badgers facing revenue shortfall of up to $70 million

The UW athletic department had previously cautioned that a revenue shortfall of $100 million or more was possible this year without a football season. Read more

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