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Deadly Flash Floods in Kentucky: Woman Lost in the Waters

Northeastern Kentucky faced a harrowing night as floods wreaked havoc, resulting in a devastating loss of life. The Nicholas County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the unfortunate passing of Rosa Rowland, a 52-year-old resident living on West Headquarters Road in Nicholas County. During the relentless floods, Rowland sought help through a distress call to Carlisle Police Dispatch […]

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Two Earthquakes Rock Los Angeles: Magnitude 3.0 Tremors Strike City

On Tuesday evening, Southern California experienced a duo of preliminary 3.0 magnitude earthquakes, according to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The first quake shook the ground at precisely 9:37 p.m., followed by a second tremor at 9:40 p.m. These quakes were located just 0.4 miles west of Bell in Los Angeles County. Thankfully, no immediate […]

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Sensational Saharan Dust: What it Means for the US?

This year’s hurricane season has seen a departure from the norm, characterized by an unexpectedly low concentration of Saharan dust in the Central Atlantic region, spanning from the Lesser Antilles to Africa. Typically, this area is enveloped in a dense layer of dust at the beginning of the season, but this year has witnessed a […]

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