Today in the city Whittier 24.09.2017
California lawmakers block Mojave water bill, Cadiz surges

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Shares of water resource developer Cadiz Inc surged 30 percent in extended trade on Friday after a bill aimed at putting the brakes on its plan to pump water from California...


Victims of Harvey return to clean up their water-damaged homes

As water levels receded and search teams began checking abandoned homes for victims, Houston began a grim cleanup on Thursday and businesses began to reopen for the first time since Hurricane Harvey h...


Czech Masters 2017: Lee Slattery Shoots 65, Play Delayed Due to Weather

Lee Slattery carded a round of 65 on a weather-disrupted second day at the 2017 Czech Masters at the Albatross Golf Resort in Prague on Friday. Slattery was one of the few players who finished his rou...


Amazon is promising NFL advertisers it will track whether their ads get people to buy things on Amazon (AMZN)

Amazon is planning to run traditional, national TV ads during NFL streams this year. The company has been touting its unique measurement capabilities in its pitches to advertisers. Down the road, Amaz...


Record heat, lightning, fires, intense rain: California's extreme weather gets wilder

The heat wave that has gripped California for a week took a dramatic turn Thursday as lightning storms sparked brush fires, knocked out power to thousands and caused downpours across the region. Forec...


Judge to Decide Whether to Try Penn State Frat Members in Hazing Death

By David DeKokBELLEFONTE, Pa. (Reuters) - A judge is set to decide on Friday whether 16 Pennsylvania State University fraternity members will be...


Beaumont, Texas, Is Without Running Water

Beaumont, Texas, a city of 120,000 people, is without running water after flooding knocked out the city's water supply. Residents are coming to grips with the enormous recovery ahead of them.


Texas city loses water, 44 dead, but thousands of Harvey survivors rescued

A flood-hit southeast Texas city lost its drinking water supply and police and soldiers rescued thousands still stranded on Thursday after powerful storm Harvey killed 44 people.


Danger in the Water: High Levels of Unsafe Bacteria Found in Harvey Floodwaters

Microbiologists have found that the bacteria levels in the water are 125 times higher than what is considered safe for swimming.



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