A Mentor High School freshman has been upgraded from critical to serious condition after being injured during the football game against Brunswick Thursday evening. Matt Gianfagna was lifeflighted to MetroHealth Hospital after a collision on the field. The 14-year-old running back lost consciousness, but regained it while waiting for the helicopter. His mom says he has regained mobility and movement in his arms and they are waiting for a neurosurgeon to examine him again.
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(RNN) - International Dairy Queen, Inc. confirmed on Thursday that some Dairy Queen locations and one Orange Julius location were hacked and infected with malware. The company indicated it's investigating an intrusion that may have affected payment cards used at certain DQ locations across the country. The systems hacked contained payment card customer names, numbers and expiration dates. There is no evidence personal information such as Social Security numbers, PINs or email addresses were breached. "We are committed to working with and supporting our affected DQ and Orange Julius franchise owners to address this incident," said John Gainor, president and CEO of International Dairy Queen. "Our customers continue to be our top priority." The company is offering free identity repair services to customers in the U.S. who used their payment card at one of the affected locations.
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