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Counting continues over in Arizona and Nevada, Georgia will be holding senate run-off vote in December

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Counting continues over in Arizona and Nevada, Georgia will be holding senate run-off vote in December

Counting continues over in Arizona and Nevada, Georgia will be holding senate run-off vote in December

Counting continues over in Arizona and Nevada, Georgia will be holding senate run-off vote in December

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Predictions Remain Grim For Lake Mead Despite Heavy Rains

Predictions Remain Grim , For Lake Mead , Despite Heavy Rains . 'Newsweek' reports that water levels at Lake Mead have continued to rise over the past week, however, the predictions for 2023 remain dire. At the beginning of January, the reservoir formed by the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River was at 1,044.69 feet. As of January 24, following weeks of heavy rainfall across California and Nevada, water levels rose just over a foot, reaching 1,045.99 feet. . The heavy rains came amid one of the most severe droughts the region has ever experienced. . 'Newsweek' reports that these droughts have been impacting the region since 2000. States that include Nevada, Arizona, California and Utah are all using water resources faster than they can be replenished. States that include Nevada, Arizona, California and Utah are all using water resources faster than they can be replenished. Consequently, water levels, at Lake Mead, are rapidly decreasing. Over 25 million people , rely upon the reservoir , to supply water to the region. 'Newsweek' reports that the Hoover Dam, which supplies power for surrounding communities, will be unable to operate once the reservoir falls to around 895 feet. Lake Mead's water levels reached an all-time low of 1,040 feet in July 2022, and projections suggest that 2023 could see water levels continue to fall.

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US Sets Aside $490 Million for Wildfire Mitigation Efforts [Video]

US Sets Aside $490 Million for Wildfire Mitigation Efforts

US Sets Aside , $490 Million For , Wildfire Mitigation Efforts. NBC reports that the United States government is boosting its efforts to protect vulnerable areas of the country from devastating wildfires. On January 19, the Agriculture Department announced that $490 million will be earmarked for projects aimed at reducing fire risks. . The funding will be used for wildfire mitigation efforts in Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington. Last year, $440 million in funds from Biden's $1.2 trillion infrastructure law was set aside for wildfire mitigation projects. Last year, $440 million in funds from Biden's $1.2 trillion infrastructure law was set aside for wildfire mitigation projects. According to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, the additional resources will help protect up to 45 million acres of land in the western U.S. According to Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, the additional resources will help protect up to 45 million acres of land in the western U.S. This expanse includes 134 high-risk areas where wildfires pose a significant risk to communities and infrastructure. According to the USDA's Wildfire Crisis Strategy, 250 of these high-risk "firesheds" exist across the western U.S. We expect and anticipate that around 200 communities in the western U.S. will see a mitigated wildfire risk as a result, Tom Vilsack, U.S. Agriculture Secretary, via NBC. NBC reports that ongoing "megadrought" conditions have left states vulnerable to the year-round threat of wildfires. . NBC reports that ongoing "megadrought" conditions have left states vulnerable to the year-round threat of wildfires. . We also factored into this determination the most current predictive science and research that will allow us to determine where risks are highest. It’s not a matter of whether or not a forest will burn. It’s just a matter of when and where, Tom Vilsack, U.S. Agriculture Secretary, via NBC

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Appeals Court Asked to Void Derek Chauvin's Guilty Vedict [Video]

Appeals Court Asked to Void Derek Chauvin's Guilty Vedict

Appeals Court Asked, to Void Derek Chauvin's, Guilty Verdict. On January 18, an attorney representing Derek Chauvin urged an appeals court to throw out the former police officer's conviction in the murder of George Floyd. On January 18, an attorney representing Derek Chauvin urged an appeals court to throw out the former police officer's conviction in the murder of George Floyd. NBC reports that the attorney argued that legal and procedural errors deprived the former Minneapolis law enforcement officer of a fair trial. On May 25, 2020, Floyd died after Chauvin pinned him to the ground with his knee on his neck for over nine minutes. The death of Floyd triggered protests around the world and increased calls for a national reckoning of police brutality and systemic racism. According to Chauvin's attorney, the trial should have been moved out of Minneapolis following extensive pretrial publicity and unprecedented security precautions. According to Chauvin's attorney, the trial should have been moved out of Minneapolis following extensive pretrial publicity and unprecedented security precautions. Jurors in the trial found Chauvin guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill sentenced Chauvin to 22 1/2 years. In a separate federal civil rights charge, the former officer was sentenced to 21 years in federal prison. Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill sentenced Chauvin to 22 1/2 years. In a separate federal civil rights charge, the former officer was sentenced to 21 years in federal prison. He is now serving those sentences concurrently in Arizona. According to Appeals Judge Peter Reyes, the court will rule on the request by Chauvin's attorney within 90 days.

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This Day in History: The Southern US Border Is Established [Video]

This Day in History: The Southern US Border Is Established

This Day in History: , The Southern US Border Is Established. December 30, 1853. The treaty, known as the Gadsden Purchase, was signed in Mexico City. Named after the U.S. Minister to Mexico, James Gadsden, the treaty settled the dispute over the location of the Mexican border west of El Paso, Texas. For the price of $15 million — later reduced to $10 million — it established the final boundaries of the southern United States. 30,000 square miles of what is now New Mexico and Arizona was included in the purchase. The land was deemed to be a highly strategic location for the construction of the southern transcontinental railroad. Eight years later, in 1861, the Southern Pacific branch of the Central Pacific Railroad was established

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Arizona man claims to be a prophet, has 20 wives, most under age 15 | Oneindia News *International [Video]

Arizona man claims to be a prophet, has 20 wives, most under age 15 | Oneindia News *International

An Arizona man, who claims to be a Prophet has shocked the world after being accused of marrying more than 20 women, including his own daughter. What is more shocking is the fact that most of these 20 women are aged 15 or less, according to FBI documents. #ArizonaCultLeader #SamuelRappyleeBateman #FBI

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Nevada Nevada U.S. state

Colorado Looks to Artificial Intelligence to Prevent Forest Fires [Video]

Colorado Looks to Artificial Intelligence to Prevent Forest Fires

Colorado Looks to , Artificial Intelligence , to Prevent Forest Fires. Following the most destructive wildfire in Colorado's history, the state is looking into adopting artificial intelligence (AI) to detect threats before they occur. Fox News reports that a proposal by lawmakers would create a $2 million pilot program to install cameras in high-risk locations. An AI program developed by a private company would analyze data from a 10-mile radius with the aim of detecting anything that could start a blaze. Fox News reports that the state's efforts represent an ongoing push to equip firefighters with new technology. The combination of a historic drought and record-smashing heatwaves has made wildfires harder to fight in the American West. Scientists warn that climate change-driven temperature increases will continue to make fires more frequent and destructive. The proposed Colorado program is meant to give first responders more time to put out a blaze before it can grow and spread out of control. . The proposed Colorado program is meant to give first responders more time to put out a blaze before it can grow and spread out of control. . Once these fires get into cresting in the tree tops, it’s going to take a lot of resources, a lot of manpower, and a lot of good luck to knock them down, Don Coram, former Republican Colorado state senator, via Fox News. According to David Blankinship, senior technology adviser for the Western Fire Chiefs Association, similar detection technology has already proven effective in other states. . AI-equipped systems have already been established in California, Nevada and Oregon.

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Senate Senate Upper house of a bicameral legislature

Senate Votes to Ban TikTok From US Government Devices [Video]

Senate Votes to Ban TikTok From US Government Devices

Senate Votes to Ban TikTok , From US Government Devices. Senate Votes to Ban TikTok , From US Government Devices. CNN reports that the Senate unanimously approved the No TikTok on Government Devices Act on Dec. 14. The bill, proposed by Sen. Josh Hawley, aims to curb information-security risks. U.S. officials contend that TikTok user data could potentially be retrieved by the Chinese government due to its relationship with parent company ByteDance. U.S. officials contend that TikTok user data could potentially be retrieved by the Chinese government due to its relationship with parent company ByteDance. A House companion bill was introduced by Rep. Ken Buck last year, but it has not yet been approved by the House Oversight Committee. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says lawmakers are reviewing the bill's language before deciding whether the chamber will vote on the legislation. A TikTok spokesperson commented on the Senate's passage of the bill. . Once again, Sen. Hawley has moved forward with legislation to ban TikTok on government devices, a proposal which does nothing to advance U.S. national security interests, TikTok spokesperson, via CNN. We hope that rather than continuing down that road, he will urge the Administration to move forward on an agreement that would actually address his concerns, TikTok spokesperson, via CNN. CNN reports that at least seven states plan to ban TikTok on government devices, . but the newly-proposed legislation would apply to the federal government's workforce. . but the newly-proposed legislation would apply to the federal government's workforce.

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Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia (U.S. state) U.S. state

Meet the futuristic farmer growing vegetables vertically in Georgia [Video]

Meet the futuristic farmer growing vegetables vertically in Georgia

“Vertical farming can help us grow more vegetables with less space, less water, and zero pesticides,” says Tusya Garibashvili, who co-founded of Space Farms.

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At Least 9 Dead After Tornadoes Tear Through the Southeast [Video]

At Least 9 Dead After Tornadoes Tear Through the Southeast

At Least 9 Dead , After Tornadoes Tear , Through the Southeast . On January 12, at least nine people were killed as over a dozen tornadoes ripped through the Southeastern United States. NBC reports that the death toll is expected to rise as search and rescue operations are now under way. According to Emergency Management Agency Director Ernie Baggett, seven of the deaths were reported in Autauga County, Alabama. On January 13, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that two people were killed, including a five-year-old boy, after "multiple tornadoes" ravaged the state. On January 13, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that two people were killed, including a five-year-old boy, after "multiple tornadoes" ravaged the state. The storm moved all across our state unfortunately, it’s been a tragic night and morning in our state, Brian Kemp, Georgia Governor, via NBC. It’s a very dangerous environment, certainly last night and still is today, Brian Kemp, Georgia Governor, via NBC. Officials fear the death toll from the storms will rise as search and rescue efforts continue across the Southeast. We're starting our search back up again this morning to make sure that we have everyone accounted for, Ernie Baggett, Emergency Management Agency Director, via NBC. We have about, we're thinking right now, about 40 homes that have either been completely destroyed or have been damaged to a point where no one can stay in them anymore, Ernie Baggett, Emergency Management Agency Director, via NBC. NBC reports that multiple Georgia departments, including the state's Emergency Management Agency, are responding to and assessing the extensive damage.

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Protesters demand release of Georgia's ex-president Saakashvili on health grounds [Video]

Protesters demand release of Georgia's ex-president Saakashvili on health grounds

Protesters from the #SaveMisha movement demand the release of Georgia's ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili on Wednesday due to his 'worsening' health.

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United States : Democrats capture Senate seat in Georgia runoff [Video]

United States : Democrats capture Senate seat in Georgia runoff

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US politics: Democrats seal absolute Senate majority with Georgia win [Video]

US politics: Democrats seal absolute Senate majority with Georgia win

In the runoff vote, incumbent Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock beat Republican challenger Herschel Walker

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