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TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 22 - 28 April 2017

Headed to Salt Lake City International airport tomorrow for the AWRA Spring Specialty Conference at the Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort just 30 miles from the airport. If you're going and you are a skier or snowboarder, bring your gear. Lots of snow up on the hill; the cumulative snowfall...

Water Skier Smacked In Crotch By Flying Fish (You'll Feel It, Too)

As viral videos go, this one is nuts. Last week, a collegiate water skier in Japan was smacked in the crotch by a flying fish that jumped out of the water as he came by. The skier, known as Miroku, is a member of the Waterski Team at...Show More Summary

An Inside Look at the Recent Water Arrests in Flint

As photos from the now infamous Flint water town hall meeting hit the internet last week, I immediately recognized 3 familiar faces in the crowd: Melissa Mays, Dr.Laura Sullivan, and Nayirrah Shariff. These clean water organizers were present as Flint Police arrested 6 people on Thursday, April 20 during a town hall meeting on the city’s north side. Show More Summary

Week two on the PCT: Switch backs & douche bags

Day 8: Scissors crossing Today is April 20th, and as a Colorado girl I am, I had intentions of celebrating. But first I needed to get to the next water source. I was not trying to deal with cotton mouth on limited resources. Brewhiker...Show More Summary

EK Water Blocks Catches Asus' Apex With Latest Monoblock

EK Water Blocks is on another frequent product announcement kick lately. The last few weeks have seen an assortment of full-cover GPU water block releases. This week, EKWB appears to have its focus on monoblocks. EKWB released one for the Maximus IX Apex.

Beauty from pain: A cancer survivor's non-wig ways to rock being a bald bride

“Will you postpone the wedding until after your cancer is gone?” asked my friend the week I was re-diagnosed with lymphoma. My response was so feral it surprised even me. “Honey, come hell or high water, I am motherloving having this...Show More Summary

Inmate in Sheriff Clarke’s Jail Dies From Dehydration After Being Denied Water for a Week

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

Prosecutors in Wisconsin launched an inquest this week into the death of Terrill Thomas, a prisoner who died after being denied water for seven days.

Elijah Stewart to return to USC, opting not to declare for NBA Draft

Two weeks ago, Elijah Stewart revealed plans to declare for the NBA Draft, but not sign with an agent. Without representation, the 6-foot-5 swingman would be able to test the waters, but also retain the option under NCAA rules to return to USC for his senior season. Ultimately, Stewart did not file paperwork to enter […]

Tiny lambs grow in water wombs. Premature human babies could be next

4 days agoNews : USAToday: News

In early-stage animal testing, extremely premature lambs grew, apparently normally, inside the system for three to four weeks.        

Prosecutors say an inmate at the jail Sheriff David Clarke runs died of dehydration after not receiving water for a week

A man in a jail run by Sheriff David Clarke died after almost a week without access to running water. Terrill Thomas, 38, was found dead on the floor of his cell at the Milwaukee County Jail just eight days after he was admitted in April...Show More Summary

No water for week led to jail dehydration death, prosecutor says

4 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Terrill Thomas died of dehydration in Milwaukee County Jail in April 2016

A Man Died in Jail After Being Held in Solitary Confinement Without Water for a Week

On his eighth day in solitary confinement and seventh without water, Terrill Thomas died last year while being held at the Milwaukee County Jail. The medical examiner classified his death as a homicide resulting from “profound dehydration.” Read more...

Officer Allegedly Cut Inmate's Water a Week Before His Death

As Terrill Thomas was placed in solitary confinement at Milwaukee County Jail on April 17, 2016, a corrections officer was seen on surveillance video turning off the water in his cell. It remained off for seven days before Thomas, 38, died of dehydration, a jury heard Monday. The six jurors...

6 Flint Residents Arrested at Water Crisis Town Hall

"They were roughing people up about taking off their hats." Six arrests for disorderly conduct at a Flint, Michigan town hall last week have been widely criticized as the city continues to battle its water crisis.  "This is a people's...Show More Summary

Guards Who Left a Prisoner to Die of Dehydration, After Water Was Cut for Seven Days, Could Face Charges

Prosecutors, on Monday, laid out details of the desperate final week of life for Terrill Thomas, an inmate at a Milwaukee County jail, who, last April, died of dehydration in solitary confinement a week after prison officials turned off the water to his cell. Show More Summary

Man Who Died Of Thirst In Sheriff David Clarke's Jail Had Water Cut Off For A Week

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON ? A mentally ill man who last year died of severe dehydration in a jail run by Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke was kept in his cell for seven days straight after jail employees cut off his water supply, a prosecutorShow More Summary

Tippets: Matt Labash on Spring Shad, Tying the Classic Red Quill

5 days agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

According to Matt Labash, there is no season for fly fishing. Warm weather or cold, devoted anglers head to the water, “No matter what the weather’s doing, stay on your meds.” However, in his recent column for The Weekly Standard, … more ?

This Week's Top Space & NASA Headlines --"Alien Water Worlds to Cassini's Final Titan Flyby"

Alien Water Worlds --"Most Habitable Planets May Have Oceans Spanning 90% of Their Surface" "Beyond Carbon" --Life in the Universe (WATCH Today's 'Galaxy' Stream) Earth-Impacting Asteroids --For the 1st Time, Scientists Rank Seven Most Threatening Effect NASA's Search For Habitable...        

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