Monsoon activity is building again for Southern California.
Monsoon activity is building again for Southern California.
Amazon Prime – the streaming service arm of the Jeff Bezos’ retailing behemoth – continues streaming Thursday night NFL games with tonight’s Dolphins-Bengals battle in Cincinnati and will continue to through December.
MONTREAL, September 29, 2022--Turquoise Hill Announces Receipt of Interim Order for Proposed Arrangement with Rio Tinto and Provides Details of Shareholders’ Meeting
The boozy future is now.
Liz Truss and the Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng will meet the independent forecaster the OBR on Friday.
Central banks in Mexico and Colombia on Thursday accelerated their monetary policy hiking cycles to push back against inflationary pressures, even as some policymakers elsewhere in the region look to pause their rate increases. All five board members of the Bank of Mexico voted to raise the country's benchmark interest rate 75 basis points to a record 9.25%, while Colombia's central bank raised its interest rate by 100 basis points to 10% in a divided decision.
Given the tight economic circumstances faced by many households, the next Mono town council needs to be more careful with how it spends tax dollars. And Doug Thomson would like to have a say in how those funds are used over the next four years. He is one of nine candidates on the ballot for the Oct. 24 election. The 20-year Mono resident said he’s running for a seat at the council table as a means to help ensure that all residents of Mono are represented, not just special interest groups. “Mono
Apple Inc's Tony Blevins, a key player in the company's supply chain operations, is leaving the iPhone maker, the company confirmed on Thursday, without providing a reason. The move comes after a TikTok video of the executive making a crude remark about women went viral. Bloomberg first reported Blevins' departure.
Russian President Vladimir Putin was set to host a Kremlin ceremony on Friday annexing four regions of Ukraine, while his Ukrainian counterpart said Putin would have to be stopped for Russia to avoid the most damaging consequences of the war. There was a warning too from United Nations chief Antonio Guterres who said the planned annexations were a "dangerous escalation" and jeopardise prospects for peace.
Rain from Hurricane Ian is steadily headed toward Columbia and the Midlands. Here’s when it should start raining, according to the National Weather Service.
England and Wales fans look set to be able to drink for 19 hours a day in Qatar after all – at a spider-style festival stage normally seen at Glastonbury.
From farm to forest to river, the environment needs to be protected. And Ralph Manktelow, a farmer for 39 years, knows of what he speaks. Manktelow, a retired physician, hopes to be returned to Mono town council in the Oct. 24 election. Manktelow said he was a “weekender” to Mono while he worked as an academic surgeon in Toronto. Then he moved to the township to live fulltime upon retirement from medicine. In those early years, sheep were raised on the farm. Now there are cattle. The farm has ha
The collision that killed two Union Pacific employees earlier this month in Southern California happened when the train slammed into 92 empty railcars that had been stored on a side track for nine months, investigators said Thursday. The National Transportation Safety Board said in its preliminary report that the Sept. 8 derailment caused roughly $1.2 million damage, but investigators haven't determined what caused the crash in the desert near the Salton Sea. The NTSB said the two locomotives that were pulling the train derailed along with one of the cars they were pulling and two of the parked railcars that had been there since December.
On Friday, Sept. 23. Premier Scott Moe and Carrot River Valley MLA Fred Bradshaw joined students, staff and representatives of North East School Division to celebrate the official beginning of construction on a new school for Carrot River. The school will replace and consolidate Carrot River Elementary and Carrot River High schools. It is scheduled to open by 2024. Moe said the new school will become a hub for the community. “You see how involved the community has been in fundraising to add elem
Christine Bomlitz became more and more distraught as Hurricane Ian gained in ferocity, sweeping across southwest Florida on Wednesday. Hours passed, but there was still no word from her 84-year-old mother. Thursday morning came. The storm had long drifted away overnight. But still no word. Stuck on the other side of the country in Las Vegas, Bomlitz posted pleas for help on social media — anywhere she could. Can someone check on her mother? Bomlitz had no way to contact her mom, Shirley Affolter
After Hurricane Ian left "historic" damage in Florida, the state's biggest theme parks are planning for their reopenings.
Asep Medical Holdings Inc. ("Asep Inc." or the "Company") (CSE: ASEP) (OTCQB: SEPSF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Richard Heinzl to the Company's board of directors effective immediately.
The BBC's John Sudworth talks to residents who survived a direct hit from Hurricane Ian.
Georgian College students in Orangeville took back the night in a march against sexual and domestic violence. Take Back the Night events Sept. 22 were held at a number of the college’s campuses throughout Ontario. The event was billed as an important time to stand with survivors of all gender identities from all backgrounds in our community against sexual violence. More than 50 people took part in Orangeville, said Johanna Magee, one of the organizers and a member of the school’s social worker f
The cost to maintain wind turbines won’t change much due to the Ukraine war, but new projects will be more expensive, experts say.
No one disputes that the Navy shares blame for the loss of the USS Bonhomme Richard, the $1.2 billion amphibious assault ship that was consumed by flames in San Diego in July 2020 as officers failed to respond quickly and its crew struggled with broken equipment. Prosecutors say the young sailor was angry and vengeful about failing to become a Navy SEAL and being assigned to deck duty, so he ignited the ship to send a message. Defense lawyers said in their closing statements that the Navy was determined to pin the worst noncombat Navy disaster in recent memory on someone — and the sailor they picked, Mays, might be the wrong guy who now is facing a possible life sentence.