Time to head home after a week on the road. Great meetings in Denver, now observing snow and hoping another flight does not get cancelled. I sure learned a lot about Colorado, Kansas, and Nebraska water issues, but still more to learn. Have to say, though - Kansas is nothing...
Mesa Water District customers will be allowed to water their yards up to three days a week starting Sunday, according to district officials. Once the new schedule goes into effect, the estimated 108,000 Mesa Water customers in Costa Mesa and portions of Newport Beach will be able to water outdoors...
President Obama will make his long-awaited visit to Flint, Michigan to discuss the community’s water crisis next week, following a request from 8-year-old activist Mari Copeny, a.k.a Little Miss Flint. Read more...
This week — right now — is the time to sell your Wii U game console. Nintendo's most recent game console is, more or less, dead in the water. Like cars, boats, and other luxury items, video game consoles immediately start depreciating in value from the moment you walk out of the store. Show More Summary
President Obama next week will make his first trip to Flint, Mich., since the city was found to have lead-tainted drinking water.
President Barack Obama will next week travel to Flint, Michigan, where a crisis over tainted water has become a focus of the 2016 election campaign, the White House said Wednesday. Responding to a letter from eight-year-old Flint resident Mari Copeny, Obama said he would visit the majority African American northern city on May 4. Show More Summary
Here is this week's Flint water report. As usual, I've eliminated outlier readings above 2,000 parts per billion, since there are very few of them and they can affect the averages in misleading ways. During the week, DEQ took 302 samples. The average for the past week was 15.03.
President Barack Obama next week will make his first trip to Flint, Michigan, since the city was found to have lead-tainted drinking water, a trip aimed at reassuring residents their plight hasn't been forgotten and pressuring Congress to approve economic aid, the White House said Wednesday. Show More Summary
President Obama will visit the Michigan city where the tap water was found to be tainted with lead next week.
As regulators mull softening the state’s drought restrictions amid outcry from some Northern California water districts, water wasters in Los Angeles will soon face stiffer fines and water audits under a plan approved this week by Mayor Eric Garcetti. Under the city’s amended water conservation...
In what some are calling too little, too late, President Barack Obama is planning a visit to Flint, Michigan, next week.
Venezuela has already earned the dubious title of "world's most miserable country," and while that moniker is based strictly on economic conditions, as measured by the Cato Institute, recent weeks have seen the country shriveled by drought and inundated by flooding, proving that both working and living in Venezuela are increasingly difficult tasks. Show More Summary
Authorities swear there’s no connection or conspiracy behind the deaths of Matthew McFarland and Sasha Bell.
President Barack Obama will visit Flint, Mich., next week in his first visit to the city after a drinking water crisis captured the nation's attention, the White House said Wednesday.
Just a week after DCPS announced that elevated lead levels were found at 12 schools. [ more › ]
President Obama, responding to the request of an 8-year-old girl from Flint, Mich., will travel there in a week to talk with residents concerned about the high level of lead contamination in their water. Mari Copeny, who acquired the nickname Little Miss Flint for her vocal activism on the issue of lead exposure, wrote Obama […]
On Tuesday, Kelly Ripa made her return to "Live! With Kelly and Michael," following the controversy that put the show on hot waters last week.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will visit Flint, Michigan next week to hear from residents about the drinking water crisis, the White House said on Wednesday.
Regular blackouts, temporary supermarket closures and a limited water supply—Venezuela is in the depths of a serious energy crisis. At the beginning of April, President Nicolas Maduro, who became Hugo Chávez’s successor in 2013, urged...Show More Summary
LSU’s freshman Antonio Blakeney guard announced a week ago he planned to return to Baton Rouge for his sophomore season after initially deciding to test the NBA draft waters. Apparently, the NBA never got the message. Blakeney was among those listed as an early entrant on the list the NBA distributed Tuesday night, but, according […]