California Bans Sale Of Gas Powered Cars By 2035

September 24, 2020

An executive order by California Governor Gavin Newsom was signed on Wednesday that will slowly phase out gas powered cars by 2035. More specifically, the order will ban the sale of internal combustion vehicles and encourage zero-emission cars instead, thereby decreasing California’s greenhouse gas emissions to reduce pollution. Newsom gave a statement, saying: “For too […]

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The U.S. Government Wins Lawsuit Against Edward Snowden For More Than $5 Million

September 23, 2020

Do you remember Edward Snowden? He was the one who leaked documents of the NSA surveillance programs in 2013. The documents showed the surveillance by the NSA operated outside of the U.S. Constitution. Well, he is currently living in Russia and he has not yet been pardoned by the United States. The reason Mr. Snowden […]

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‘Zombie’ Hurricane Spotted Over The Atlantic

September 23, 2020

The National Weather Service has just announced that a “zombie” hurricane is coming back to life. Hurricane Paulette formed as one of 5 simultaneous active tropical cyclones back in September. She strengthened to a category 2 hurricane and made landfall in Bermuda on September 14, then lost speed and her designation as she drifted north […]

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Michael Jordan Assembles NASCAR Team With Bubba Wallace

September 22, 2020

On Monday, Michael Jordan announced that he was starting his own NASCAR racing team and Bubba Wallace would be his driver. Jordan is partnering with three time Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin to make a team that will compete in next seasons NASCAR Cup Series. He commented on the partnership, saying: “Growing up in North […]

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Autumn 2020 – Fall Begins

September 22, 2020

begins Tuesday, September 22 (today) TUESDAY Fall Begin 9:30AMMostly Sunny Cool (Rochester Rain 00.00-00.00”) (Rain 0%) (0” Accumulations Locally) High 60°- 65° SW 5-10   TUESDAY NIGHT Mostly Clear Chilly (Rochester Rain 00.00-00.00”) (Rain 0%) (0” Accumulations Locally) Low 55° W 5-10   Fall ends Monday, December 21

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Tropical Storm Beta Expected To Make Landfall Early This Week

September 21, 2020

Rescue crews are preparing themselves by conducting practice drills in Corpus Christy, Texas to make sure they are ready for water rescues when tropical storm Beta makes landfall. Beta (the greek letter) is the new record holder, coming in at the 23rd tropical storm to be named in the Atlantic, taking the place of Alpha […]

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A Letter Containing Poison Was Sent To The White House

September 20, 2020

Officials from the White House have announced that they have intercepted a package containing the poison ricin that was addressed to President Donald Trump. The FBI, postal service and Secret Service are currently investigating where the package came from. All the mail that makes its way to the White House is screened at an off […]

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Lovely Warren Reaches Out To Families Affected By Saturday’s Mass Shooting

September 20, 2020

Mayor Lovely Warren spoke with some of the families of the victims of the mass shooting that happened on Saturday night. She’s asking the community to keep the families affected in their prayers as they piece their lives back together after the tragic event. The Rochester Police Department is saying that two people were killed […]

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Senators Introduce Resolution That Would Cancel Some Student Loan Debt

September 18, 2020

New York & Massachusetts Democratic Senators Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth Warren, are looking for ways to jumpstart the economy. One of the ideas they are looking into involves cancelling student debt for Federal borrowers. Yesterday, the Senators introduced a resolution that asks the president to cancel up to $50,000 of student loan debt in an […]

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Hurricane Sally Floods Most Of Pensacola County With 30 Inches Of Rain

September 17, 2020

Hurricane Sandy’s Floodwaters by the Florida-Alabama line have trapped hundreds of people and authorities are worried more people could be in danger in the next few days. According to Ginny Cranor, chief of the Pensacola Fire Department, “We had 30 inches of rain in Pensacola — 30-plus inches of rain — which is four months […]

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