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Kroger Co. says it isn’t asking any employees to pay back coronavirus-related bonuses. Photos of letters from Kroger asking employees to return some of their emergency pay were circulating on Twitter Tuesday. Kroger blamed an accounting error for the letters and said it will inform the employees affected that they don’t need to repay any money. Kroger paid workers an additional $2 per hour between March 29 and May 23, but recently said it was ending that bonus. Kroger Co. says it isn’t asking any employees to pay back coronavirus-related bonuses. Photos of letters from Kroger asking employees to return some of their emergency pay were circulating on Twitter Tuesday. Kroger blamed an accounting error for the letters and said it will inform the employees affected that they don’t need to repay any money. Kroger paid workers an additional $2 per hour between March 29 and May 23, but recently said it was ending that bonus.

Kroger lets workers keep extra 'Emergency Pay' after company sent collection letters | WTVC

Kroger lets workers keep extra 'Emergency Pay' after company sent collection letters

A graduation photo is causing a lot of controversy after nearly a dozen students packed in next to each with no room for social distancing. The students could be seen standing side by side in their caps and gowns, which is what you would expect under normal circumstances. It's not what you would expect to see while social distancing guidelines are still in place. Dylan Weaver is a graduating senior at Lincoln High School in Lincoln, California, where this photo was taken.A graduation photo is causing a lot of controversy after nearly a dozen students packed in next to each with no room for social distancing. The students could be seen standing side by side in their caps and gowns, which is what you would expect under normal circumstances. It's not what you would expect to see while social distancing guidelines are still in place. Dylan Weaver is a graduating senior at Lincoln High School in Lincoln, California, where this photo was taken.

High school graduation photo shows no social distancing, causes controversy | WPEC

High school graduation photo shows no social distancing, causes controversy

“Check out the scale if the @SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and the Crew Dragon capsule. Just breathtaking. 🚀🤭 #LaunchAmerica #NASASocial”

Jack Phan on Twitter: "Check out the scale if the @SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and the Crew Dragon capsule. Just breathtaking. 🚀🤭 #LaunchAmerica #NASASocial… https://t.co/AryAZ0FlVb"

“Next week, @NASA and @SpaceX prepare to #LaunchAmerica. https://t.co/G7HTM063P4”

Michael Collins on Twitter: "Next week, @NASA and @SpaceX prepare to #LaunchAmerica.… "

“It's official: SpaceX is 'go' to launch NASA astronauts on Crew Dragon spaceship https://t.co/IJWpqVNfdS”

Matt Makens on Twitter: "It's official: SpaceX is 'go' to launch NASA astronauts on Crew Dragon spaceship https://t.co/IJWpqVNfdS… "

“BIG news! President @realDonaldTrump is coming back to Florida! We're thrilled to relaunch America from US and Florida soil. Can't wait! @NASA @SpaceX https://t.co/oa2sPmKdh2”

Rep. Michael Waltz on Twitter: "BIG news! President @realDonaldTrump is coming back to Florida! We're thrilled to relaunch America from US and Florida soil. Can't wait! @NASA @SpaceX https://t.co/oa2sPmKdh2"

Space Center Houston, the museum for NASA's Johnson Space Center, is reopening July 1. <p>Space Center Houston, the museum for NASA's Johnson Space Center, is reopening July 1.</p>

Space Center Houston to reopen July 1 with significant new exhibit - HoustonChronicle.com

Final preparations underway for historic crewed launch from Space CoastFinal preparations underway for historic crewed launch from Space Coast

Final preparations underway for historic crewed launch from Space Coast

Space Center Houston announced its reopening its doors to the public on July 1.Space Center Houston announced its reopening its doors to the public on July 1.

Space Center Houston to reopen July 1

When Doug Hurley piloted Nasa’s final shuttle mission back to earth he closed a chapter in space flight and condemned the Kennedy Space Centre’s launch pads to mothballs.Nine years later, he isWhen Doug Hurley piloted Nasa’s final shuttle mission back to earth he closed a chapter in space flight and condemned the Kennedy Space Centre’s launch pads to mothballs.Nine years later, he is

The two astronauts who will test drive SpaceX's brand new rocketship are classmates, friends, veteran space flyers married to veteran space flyers and fathers of young sons. Together, they will end a nine-year drought for NASA when they blast into orbit next week from Florida's Kennedy Space Center. Retired Marine Col. Doug Hurley will be in charge of launch and landing, a fitting assignment for the pilot of NASA's last space shuttle flight. Air Force Col. Bob Behnken, a mechanical engineer with six spacewalks on his resume, will oversee rendezvous and docking at the International Space Station. Hurley, 53, and Behnken, 49, are NASA's first test pilot crew in decades. While SpaceX's Dragon crew capsule and its escape system have already been demonstrated in flight _ with mannequins _ there are no guarantees. In spaceflight, there never are. Their flight will mark the return of astronaut launches to the U.S., the first by a private company.The two astronauts who will test drive SpaceX's brand new rocketship are classmates, friends, veteran space flyers married to veteran space flyers and fathers of young sons. Together, they will end a nine-year drought for NASA when they blast into orbit next week from Florida's Kennedy Space Center. Retired Marine Col. Doug Hurley will be in charge of launch and landing, a fitting assignment for the pilot of NASA's last space shuttle flight. Air Force Col. Bob Behnken, a mechanical engineer with six spacewalks on his resume, will oversee rendezvous and docking at the International Space Station. Hurley, 53, and Behnken, 49, are NASA's first test pilot crew in decades. While SpaceX's Dragon crew capsule and its escape system have already been demonstrated in flight _ with mannequins _ there are no guarantees. In spaceflight, there never are. Their flight will mark the return of astronaut launches to the U.S., the first by a private company.

US astronauts prepare for historic mission | International - Times of India Videos

BOISE, Idaho (AP) &mdash; An Idaho woman has been charged with murder in connection with the death of her infant son. Paramedics were called to a home in Meridian last week for a 2 month-old boy who was unresponsive and later died of his injuries. Twenty-six-year-old Danielle Radue of Meridian was charged with first-degree murder on Friday. She has not yet had a chance to enter a plea and her attorney could not be immediately reached for comment.BOISE, Idaho (AP) &mdash; An Idaho woman has been charged with murder in connection with the death of her infant son. Paramedics were called to a home in Meridian last week for a 2 month-old boy who was unresponsive and later died of his injuries. Twenty-six-year-old Danielle Radue of Meridian was charged with first-degree murder on Friday. She has not yet had a chance to enter a plea and her attorney could not be immediately reached for comment.

Idaho mom charged with murder after infant's death | KUTV

Idaho mom charged with murder after infant's death