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TGIF! Weekly Water News Summary, 23 - 29 July 2016

10 hours agoUtilities / Water : WaterWired

This week's graphic is not as striking - but perhaps as ominous - as last week's stunning picture of a Phoenix thunderstorm. Today's graphic is a warning to Rio Olympians - keep your mouth closed when you're in the water (see today's quote). Sounds like a good plan. I have...

Couple cries sexual assault after toy squirts water on woman

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

That's the bizarre claim a Texas couple made after visiting a Tennessee restaurant earlier this week.

Working Together On Water Conservation

Water conservation was the focus of the latest installment of the U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance’s (USFRA) series of Food Dialogues, held this week in Minneapolis, and for panelist Rebecca Flood, Assistant Commissioner for WaterShow More Summary

It’s Time to Retire the A-10 Warthog

Rick Berger Security, Time to make way for the future.  In another example of budget-driven strategic choices, Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James this week dumped cold water on a reasonable plan bruited by senior Air ForceShow More Summary

Eye-in-the-sky surveillance cameras will be watching over Rio 2016

Millions of people will flock in to the Rio Olympics next week, despite the threats of Zika and reports of garbage-filled water. Like every Olympic games, security at the events is paramount. In addition to the 85,000 personnel thatShow More Summary

The Corporate Commitment to Sustainability

The latest installment of the Food Dialogues, held this week in Minneapolis as part of a joint effort from the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) and the Farm and Food Alliance of Minnesota, kept the focus on water sustainability. Show More Summary

Men In Black: They’re watching you

  Who are the Men In Black? What are the Men In Black? Weeks before Kenneth Arnold described seeing strange crafts flying ‘…like saucers skipping on water.’, there was another incredible claim of a UFO sighting coming from the dark, frigid waters of Puget Sound. It was in June of 1947 when Fred Crisman and Harold Dahl […]

Molten Lava Is Flowing Into The Ocean In Hawaii

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Last night, a lava breakout in Hawaii flowed into the Pacific Ocean after creeping toward the coast for weeks. The flow, which originating from Kilauea volcano’s Pu?u ???? vent, officially made contact with the water at 1:12 a.m. HST...Show More Summary

Winona Ryder discusses her role in Stranger Things

The topic at every water cooler this week has been Stranger Things, the Spielbergian Netflix series from the Duffer Brothers. One of the hundreds of topics bandied about by the show's rabid fanbase is what has been called Winona Ryder's comeback role. Show More Summary

The Duffer Brothers Talk “Stranger Things” Season 2

Netflix’s “Stranger Things is still the number one water cooler discussion piece even more than a week after its release. Honestly, it’s for good reason. The show is wickedly smart, highly entertaining, and provides just enough answers to have great discussions while still leaving enough mysteries for people to say, “We just don’t know.” Most […]

Major Lazer, Justin Bieber & MØ’s ‘Cold Water’ Tops Spotify, Eyes Drake’s UK Number One

Drake will be saying goodbye to his number one reign this week on the U.K’s Official Singles Charts after 15 weeks, and it’s all thanks to the success of Major Lazer’s new collaborative “Cold Water” single with Justin Bieber and MØ. “Cold Water” now has taken an early lead on the U.K.’s official trending chart... Show More Summary

Troubled waters are calmed by the end of the first day of Democratic convention

So in the end, a day that began looking like a total disaster for the Democratic National Convention led to an evening that was not disastrous in the least — an evening, in fact, that might have saved not just the week but also the election. Okay, it’s way too soon to be sure about all of […]

Rio Olympics: Athlete Housing Deemed Unlivable Amid Gas And Water Leaks, Failed Safety Tests

With only two weeks left before the start of the Rio Olympic Games, the Athletes Village meant to house competitors has been deemed unlivable with gas leaks, faulty pipes, broken elevators and moldy ceilings. The Australian team has decided to rehouse its athletes and the Dutch and Italian teams have complained to Olympic authorities and... Show More Summary

No Marijuana In Colorado Town's Water After All, Tests Show

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A Colorado farming town on Saturday ended restrictions put on the local water supply this week after it warned residents to avoid drinking the town’s water because THC, the psychoactive agent in marijuana, was found in a feeder well. The...Show More Summary

Hugo’s town well was breached, but there’s no THC in the H2O

More extensive testing during the weekend proved the town water in Hugo, CO, does not contain any THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, as was reported by public officials last week. A shed covering a town wellhead was broken into, but the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department has not been able to determine when the break-in occurred... Continue Reading

8 Stories We Didn’t Write About, But That You Might Want to Comment On, Including Water That Will Get You Wasted and Why Parents are Hypnotizing Their Kids

5 days agoLifestyle : xoJane

Tucked in with all the good, bad, and ugly news this week is a little gem: there are no RNC stories in this roundup because we’ve already written about it! Instead, we've got a burrito crisis, water that will make you high, and Leslie Jone's Twitter victory. So, comment on these eight stories, any... Continue reading

A Colorado Town Is Freaking Out About THC in Its Water

A tiny Colorado town made national headlines this week after authorities told residents not to use the water, citing concerns that it had been contaminated with THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. Read more...

The Magazine Genre Has a New Occupant: "Page Six TV"

Seven Fox Stations Test the Waters in an Initial Three Week Run Given the durability of the syndicated entertainment newsmagazine format, it is no surprise to see a new half-hour strip called "Page Six TV," based on the iconic gossip page in the New York Post, test the waters in first-run syndication. Show More Summary

India's water reservoirs at 34 percent capacity in week to June 21

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Water levels in India's main reservoirs were at 34 percent of their storage capacity in the week to July 21, down 3 percentage points from a year earlier, government data showed.

Philippines' oil still in troubled waters after South China Sea ruling

MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines, eager to resume development of vital oil and gas reserves off its coast, will likely need to reach an accord with a Chinese government infuriated by last week's ruling that granted Manila a big victory in the South China Sea.

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