According to Reuters, San Angelo, Texas only has enough water supply to last the city one more year. San Angelo will enter its first ever “Drought Level III” on October 16, which will effectively ban any watering of lawns, golf courses and gardens.
The university released a statement saying that it will pay $30,000 to each of the 21 UC Davis students and alumni who were pepper sprayed by campus police 10 months ago.
The Associated Press reported that one man has died and 11 homes were destroyed in San Diego County on Tuesday. According to the source, the deceased refused to leave his home, even as the dangerous blaze grew closer.
While advances in aviation technology have drastically reduced the risk of midair collisions and crashes into mountains and other obstacles – two of the most common causes of accidents – experts say that runway safety has lagged in comparison.
It took firefighters three hours to completely clear the scene after first finding the leaks, monitoring gas levels, ventilating the school and treating people on site.
According to Washington’s NBC affiliate, the area has not had rain in nearly a month and temperatures have been high with low humidity – ideal breeding grounds for a wildfire.
Last February, the hospital reported the theft of an employee’s laptop, which had unencrypted data on 3,621 patients and research subjects.
University spokeswoman Christine Calongne told CNN that the call came in around 10:30 a.m. with an unspecified threat of a bomb on school grounds.
The Department of Defense (DoD) asked the Institute of Medicine to analyze programs and policies currently in place that pertain to all steps of abuse.
Acting Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank told the Associated Press that the declaration comes amid an “unexpectedly slow rebuilding of stocks,” which is forcing huge fishing cuts for next year.