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(NEXSTAR)- A string of deadly tornadoes roared through Alabama and Georgia Thursday and Friday, leaving at least five people dead and destroying homes.

Find out more information from NewsNation.

Other stories in today’s show:

President Joe Biden announced Thursday his administration is setting a new goal of getting 200 million shots in arms within his first 100 days.

The president also held his first solo press conference since taking office.

See the entire press conference now from NewsNation.

Ebola, a deadly virus, is now on the radar in Oregon, Washington and Ohio.

The Oregon Health Authority revealed Thursday it is monitoring four people who may have been exposed during travel to West Africa.

There are also 44 people in Ohio and 23 in Washington being monitored for the Ebola virus.

See the full story now on KOIN.

If you have recently tried to find a new home, you aren’t along.

The housing market is on fire.

In one case, a California home received 122 offers in one weekend.

See the full story now on FOX40.

The NCAA Tournament is underway, and a big controversy surrounding the differences between the men’s and women’s facilities, foods and merchandise has made its way around social media.

Find out more information from NewsNation.

Meanwhile, the men’s tournament is all taking place in central Indiana.

It requires hundreds of volunteers to help pull it off.

One of the biggest jobs is not one you’re probably expecting.

See the full story now on FOX59.

If you’re missing the smell of your favorite bar, don’t worry, Miller Lite has you covered.

The company says it’s releasing a limited-edition candle collection.

See the full story now on ABC4.

A beagle that wandered from Alabama to Oklahoma has returned home.

Lilly is back home thanks to a microchip, a soccer tournament and the kindness of strangers.

See the full story now on WKRG.

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