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1.First Snowstorm of Season Brewing: South Dakota to Minnesota
AccuWeather.com reports the storm recently responsible for heavy rain in the Northwest will take aim at the northern Plains and Upper Midwest, bringing not only the first snowfall of the season, but also the potential for a major storm. Dry, tranquil weather over the Central states now will not hold ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/01 04:35PM - Story - 779 Hits
2.First Sunset in Barrow, Alaska, Since May
AccuWeather.com reports the residents of Barrow, Alaska, will see something tonight that they have not seen since May 10, a sunset. Ever since 2:54 a.m. on May 11, the sun has been in the sky, keeping the town in continual light. Early Saturday at 1:58 a.m. Alaska Standard Time (AKST), ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/02 08:23PM - Story - 1,097 Hits
3.Menendez and Colleagues Urge President to Take Climate Action
... plants. Limiting carbon emissions can help reduce climate disruptions that can lead to severe weather events like Superstorm Sandy as well as droughts, floods and wildfires. That is why Senator Menendez – along with Senators Charles E. Schumer, Kirsten E. Gillibrand (both D-NY) as well as Senators Richard Blumenthal and ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/14 11:37AM - Story - 703 Hits
4.Hot, Windy Weather to Fuel Colorado Wildfires This Week
AccuWeather.com reports wildfires that began on Tuesday are rapidly spreading through parts of Colorado, and the weather won't help firefighters' efforts for the remainder of this week. The most dangerous fire in terms of the threat to populated areas is the Black Forest Fire located to the north and east ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/13 07:01PM - Story - 875 Hits
5.Bipartisan Coalition Introduces Hurricane Sandy Tax Relief
Legislation will complement federal aid by providing additional tax relief to businesses, individuals and municipalities affected by historic storm WASHINGTON – In order to provide additional assistance to families and businesses struggling to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) lead a bipartisan coalition ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/25 02:02PM - Story - 851 Hits
6.Bipartisan Coalition Introduces Hurricane Sandy Tax Relief
Legislation will complement federal aid by providing additional tax relief to businesses, individuals and municipalities affected by historic storm WASHINGTON – In order to provide additional assistance to families and businesses struggling to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) led a bipartisan coalition ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/23 03:33PM - Story - 1,100 Hits
7.IAFC and IBHS Urge Congress to Enact Federal Building Code Measure
Twelve states currently would qualify for the additional disaster aid under SBCIA: California, New Jersey, District of Columbia, New Mexico, Florida, South Carolina, Louisiana, Utah, Maryland, Virginia, Michigan and Washington. A number of other states could qualify with relatively minor changes to their building code systems. **Rep. Albio Sires (New ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/08 08:39PM - Story - 815 Hits
8.2013 Summer Forecast: Drought in West; Frequent Storms in Midwest, East, South
AccuWeather has issued a summer outlook for the U.S. every year, focusing on the major highlights of the season. Most areas from the Mississippi Valley to the mid-Atlantic coast will have more days with rain and near-normal temperatures this summer, while heat and drought build over much of the West.
by Mel Fabrikant on 05/03 03:01PM - Story - 1,144 Hits
9.Sweet w/ Special Guest David Johansen Thursday, May 30, 2013 8PM
Legendary rock band Sweet (aka The Sweet) shot to the top of the charts in the 1970s with such hits as Ballroom Blitz, Fox on the Run,Love is Like Oxygen, Little Willy, Hellraiser, Teenage Rampage, Blockbuster and Action. Formed in the U.K. in 1968, the original lineup featured vocalist Brian ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/25 04:47PM - Story - 3,971 Hits
10.Clean Diesel Technology Delivering Past Gains and Future Progress Toward Clean Air Goals for Particulate Matter
The advancements in clean diesel technology over the past decade in conjunction with new research and development in all modes of diesel engines will play a major role in helping meet the updated Clean Air Act particulate matter (soot) standards announced today by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
by Mel Fabrikant on 12/14 08:27PM - Story - 1,013 Hits
11.Obama the Job-Killing Owl-Killer
Michelle Malkin Welcome to the pretzel logic of liberal environmental protection: In order to "save" owls, the Obama administration is going to shoot them dead. This is not -- I repeat (SET ITAL) not (END ITAL) -- an Onion parody. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, the White House released a big ...
by Michelle Malkin on 11/27 06:39PM - Story - 1,044 Hits
12.Operation BBQ Relief Set Up In Brick, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York To Feed Victims of Sandy
Operation BBQ Relief (OBR), a 501c3 nonprofit disaster relief organization, has mobilized to help feed victims of Sandy in Brick, New Jersey and Booklyn, New York. “Thanks to a partnership with Farmers Insurance, we have three locations with volunteers to deliver hot meals each day to those victims of Sandy ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 11/08 11:36AM - Story - 1,578 Hits
13.EPA Officials Hear Testimony About How Clean Diesel Technology Is Reducing Soot Emissions Throughout U.S.
“These last 10 years truly are the decade of clean diesel and the results are visible today. “The new generation of clean diesel technology is not only meeting its emissions reduction targets but is also exceeding them.” – Tom Fulks, Diesel Technology Forum. Officials from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 07/20 04:40PM - Story - 951 Hits
14.For Some Wildlife Officers, Protecting Public Lands Is a Family Tradition
For the wildlife law enforcement officers who safeguard 150 million acres of the National Wildlife Refuge System ─ protecting natural resources and ensuring visitor safety ─ dedication runs deep. For some, it runs blood deep: Their fathers, U.S Fish and Wildlife Service employees before them, instilled conservation values when they ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 06/07 04:23PM - Story - 1,363 Hits
15.IBHS Offers Guidance on Reducing Wildfire-Related Damage to NY and NJ Property Owners
As firefighters battle wildfires in New Jersey and New York, the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) is providing free guidance to help property owners lower their risk of wildfire damage.
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/11 10:45PM - Story - 1,011 Hits
16.Menendez, Pascrell Want Tax Relief For NJ Victims Of Disasters
Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) has introduced the Tax Relief for Victims of Disasters Act of 2011 in the Senate, which will help families in New Jersey and across the country recover from this historic year of natural disasters. Representatives Bill Pascrell (NJ-8) , Rosa DeLauro (CT-3) and Peter Welch (D-VT) ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/28 02:09PM - Story - 1,323 Hits
17.College students design robotic rescuer
ROBOTIC RESCUER Using off-the-shelf components, a group of engineering students at the University of California San Diego have developed a low-cost, wireless robotic device to help firefighters and other emergency workers save lives. The device, called Gizmo, was built from a remote-control toy truck and specialized electronics for less than ...
by Anonymous on 01/15 01:33AM - Story - 2,238 Hits
18.Internet now offers many ways to get those hard-to-find tickets
PRICE OF ADMISSION Buying entertainment tickets used to be a pretty basic operation. Park the car; step to the window; snap up your passes; enjoy the show. They're out of tickets? You're outta luck. Unless a friendly scalper's around to relieve you of that stack of cash.
by Anonymous on 12/13 01:54AM - Story - 4,500 Hits
19.Sept. 11 attack spurred trio to launch interfaith movement
A CALL TO DIALOGUE SAN DIEGO - The church where they were supposed to speak was closed because it was in an evacuation zone. But the three women from New York were used to crisis. After all, it was 9/11 that brought them together. So the women - Ranya Idliby, ...
by Anonymous on 11/19 01:10AM - Story - 1,808 Hits
20.Wildfires add to growing problem of global air pollution
SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES In the immediacy of a raging wildfire, smoke is a tangible, burning presence. It has a taste and a smell. It can color the world. But smoke is fleeting, too. When the fires are quenched or the wind shifts, the smoke can seem to vanish.
by Anonymous on 11/12 02:03AM - Story - 6,141 Hits
21.AIR POLLUTION
A photograph taken by NASA's Terra satellite Oct. 23 showed smoke from the San Diego County wildfires being blown hundreds of miles out to sea. CNS Photo courtesy of NASA.Read the story
by Paramus Post on 11/10 06:07PM - Media Gallery - 1,135 Hits
22.SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES
Elizabeth Davis, 17, photographs smoke billowing from an Oct. 23 wildfire in San Diego County. Wildfires generate tons of atmospheric pollutants. CNS Photo by Scott Linnett. Read the story
by Paramus Post on 11/10 06:07PM - Media Gallery - 1,164 Hits
23.Readiness levels of medical facilities nationwide faulted in new study
DISASTER PREPARATION Hospitals and health care systems across the country are woefully unprepared to contend with a major disaster despite $8 billion in federal emergency-preparedness funding and years of disaster planning since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a report found.
by Anonymous on 11/06 03:47AM - Story - 2,044 Hits
24.Stronger Winds Threaten to Return to Southern CA this Weekend
AccuWeather.com reports that after three straight days of howling wind gusts, some topping 80 mph, gusty winds on Wednesday began to ease. Today, the high pressure over the Four Corners that produced the dangerous Santa Ana winds will move to the east, allowing cooler and more humid ocean air to ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 10/25 05:40PM - Story - 1,619 Hits
25.Painting by numbers: Fractal art produces pictures worth 1,000 equations
FRACTAL ART Fractals are like metaphysical Legos, building blocks that connect the worlds of number and shape. But unlike the plastic toy bricks, you can't see fractals, which are essentially algorithms or mathematical rules. Instead, you see the patterns they produce, which are fundamentally distinctive, to say the least. All ...
by Anonymous on 01/06 12:55AM - Story - 4,268 Hits
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