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US Takes Emergency Action to Save Sequoias From Wildfires
The U.S. Forest Service says it's taking emergency action to save giant sequoias. The move could cut years off the normal approval process required to cut smaller trees. The trees, the world's largest by volume, are under threat like never before. The plan calls for cutting smaller trees and vegetation and using prescribed fires.See the Story
77% Center coverage: 52 sources
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Ohio woman pleads guilty to felony charge for Jan. 6 actions
Christine Priola is a former occupational therapist with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. She resigned on Jan. 7, 2021, the same day she appeared in photos released by the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department of persons of interest in unrest-related offenses at the U.S. Capitol. She faces a statutory maximum of 20 years in prison and potential financial penalties.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Ex-California policeman charged with on-duty sex assaults
A federal grand jury indictment unsealed Friday charges J. Deshawn Torrence with depriving the women of their constitutional rights under the color of law. Torrence was a police officer in the Fresno suburb of Sanger when he allegedly assaulted the women. If convicted, Torrence could face up to life in prison.See the Story
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SARS-Cov-2 antigen levels associated with COVID-19 severity and other clinical outcomes
Researchers from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases analyzed levels of SARS-COV-2 antigen in blood samples taken from study participants. Higher levels of viral antigen in the blood correlated with more severe disease. The authors suggest that the levels hold promise as a biomarker to predict which patients hospitalized with COVID-19 have a higher risk of worse outcomes.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 3 sources
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Austin man pleads guilty for involvement in January 6 Capitol riot
Geoffrey Shough pleaded guilty to a charge relating to his involvement in the Jan. 6 insurrection. Shough was with a crowd of rioters illegally on the West Lawn of the Capitol grounds before breaching the Senate Wing Door. He faces a maximum of five years in prison for civil disorder, as well as potential financial penalties.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 3 sources
Leading Force for Animal Rights in US Supports Federal Bill to End Capture and Breeding of Whales for Public Display
The SWIMS Act is the first federal legislation the Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP) has helped develop. The bill would prohibit the taking, importation, or exportation of orcas, beluga whales, pilot whales, and false killer whales for the purpose of public display unless the animal is being transported to a sanctuary setting or released to the wild.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
State of Emergency
Governor Newsom proclaims a State of Emergency in Riverside County due to Fairview Fire
The governor's announcement comes a day after Riverside County proclaimed a local emergency due to the Fairview Fire. California secured a Fire Management Assistance Grant (FMAG) from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help ensure the availability of vital resources to suppress the fire. Governor Newsom last week proclaimed a state of emergency for Siskiyou County.See the Story
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First US patient receives autologous stem cell therapy to treat dry AMD
Dry AMD is a leading cause of vision loss among older Americans and currently has no treatment. The patient received the therapy as part of a clinical trial that is the first in the United States to use replacement tissues from patient-derived induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. This surgery is the culmination of 10 years of research and development at the National Eye Institute.See the Story
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