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- Rocklin teen who died from fentanyl poisoning honored at graduation ceremony A hum of nervous excitement makes its way through the stadium at Whitney High School Friday evening. Parents and soon-to-be grads — posing for pictures. A lot of smiles, and pride. The easily distinguishable notes of Pomp and Circumstance emanate from speakers near a portable stage. Families scanning a sea of caps and gowns — hoping to catch a glimpse of their graduate filing down to the field. This day, filled with joy for so many Whitney High families, is one that carries thoughts of what could have been for a high school senior who is not here. Zachary Didier, a stand-out student in academics, theatre and sports, and a friend to many on that field for graduation, died from fentanyl poisoning back in December. See more in the video above. KCRA Sacramento
- Pride Month meets Wall Street as new LGBTQ ETF hits the market Procure Holdings co-founder Bob Tull, ETF Trends CEO Tom Lydon and Andrew McOrmond, managing director at WallachBeth Capital, break down the first-of-its-kind ETF that focuses on LGBTQ ESG values. CNBC
- White House Covid response team says U.S. will donate ‘surplus vaccine supply’ to other countries The White House Covid-19 response team said that the United States will now increase the amount of vaccines it is distributing to other countries to help accelerate global vaccine distribution. The U.S. will also encourage American pharmaceutical companies to increase vaccine production and work with other nations to facilitate distribution. MSNBC
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