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Holiday Travel

The holidays have left without a trace. Well, almost. Long after the decorations have come down, you still have debt hanging around.

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A man accused of driving an SUV through a Wisconsin Christmas parade crashed into people head-on, ran them over as they lay on the ground and at one point leaned out his window to steer because someone had landed on his windshield and was blocking his view, prosecutors alleged Wednesday in a criminal complaint that levies dozens of new charges against him.

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin are pushing for tougher bail policies after a man who is charged with driving his SUV through a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee, killing six people and injuring more than 60, had been released on $1,000 bail in a domestic violence case.

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Gov. Ned Lamont announced Tuesday he is calling up nearly 100 members of the Connecticut National Guard to help distribute 3 million COVID-19 test kits and 6 million N95 masks the state is making available to help blunt the growing surge of cases, fueled in part by the omicron variant.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Flight cancellations that disrupted holiday travel, stretched into Monday as airlines called off more than 1,000 U.S. flights because crews were sick with COVID-19 during one of the year's busiest travel periods, and storm fronts added to the havoc.

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Molly Wiese was truly stumped. Her parents and siblings live in Southern California, and Wiese, a 35-year-old lawyer, has returned home every Christmas since she moved to Minnesota in 2007.

In a year like no other, when indoor gatherings are suspect and family gatherings may be scrapped, who knows what the holidays will bring. Fortunately, people still pondering plans - and yet to buy airline tickets - may not be forced to pay for their delay.

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