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US & Canada · Sacramento

Newsom warns of mandatory water restrictions if Californians don’t cut back

61% Center coverage: 73 sources
California Gov. Gavin Newsom threatens to impose mandatory water restrictions. Newsom raised that possibility in a meeting with major water agencies. January through March typically is when most of California's annual rain and snow falls. This year those months were the driest in at least a century.See the Story
George W. Bush · Columbus

Iraqi citizen living in Ohio arrested after allegedly plotting to assassinate former President George W. Bush

61% Center coverage: 44 sources
Court documents show the FBI is investigating an alleged plot to assassinate former President George W. Bush. CNN: The FBI requested a search warrant for his phone records. The FBI stated in the documents it believes he wanted to smuggle people into the country to kill Bush. He allegedly went to Dallas to conduct surveillance on the former president's home.See the Story
Politics · Osogbo

Extremists kill dozens in latest attack in northeast Nigeria

58% Center coverage: 17 sources
The attack happened Sunday in the Kala/Balge council area of Borno state. 43 people, mostly members of the local self-defense militia, were ambushed on their way to Muduh. At least 35,000 people have been killed and 2.1 million people displaced as a result of the extremist violence.See the Story
US & Canada · Wisconsin

$2.3 million stolen from Wisconsin Republicans is recovered

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
$2.3 million was stolen from the Wisconsin Republican Party in 2020. The FBI returned $600,000 to the party last month. The investigation into the theft is ongoing, Wisconsin GOP chair Mark Jefferson says. The party has increased its cybersecurity operations over the past two years, he says.See the Story
Wisconsin · Wisconsin

Justices debate Wisconsin school’s gender change policy

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
The school district adopted a policy in 2018 that allows students to change their gender identity at school. Teachers and other school staff are required to use names and pronouns of the students’ choosing without parental notice or consent. School staff is also prohibited from disclosing information about students' gender identity to anyone, including their parents.See the Story
Mike DeWine · Kentucky

Ohio, Kentucky governors requesting nearly $2 billion for Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear say they have joined together to apply for nearly $2 billion in federal funding. The governors announced their intent to request the funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation in February. The project will construct a companion bridge next to the existing Brent Spence Bridge.See the Story

$374M settlement reached in abuse lawsuits against former UCLA gynecologist

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Lawyers for 312 former patients announce a $374 million settlement of abuse lawsuits. The settlement comes on top of a $243.6 million resolution of lawsuits involving about 200 patients. At one time, Heaps was reportedly the highest paid physician in the UC system. Heaps faces 21 counts of sexual abuse offenses in state court.See the Story
Travel · Sacramento County

Sacramento County traveler may be state's 1st monkeypox case

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Confirmation for the monkeypox virus is pending with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The patient had traveled to areas in Europe where cases of monkeypox have been confirmed. Symptoms include fever, headache, muscles aches, swollen lymph nodes and exhaustion. The virus can enter the body through broken skin or eyes, nose, or mouth.See the Story
Drought · Los Angeles

LA Public Works: tips to protect trees during drought, water restrictions

Coverage: 2 sources
Two-day outdoor watering restrictions set to take effect across Los Angeles on June 1. Watering with sprinklers will be limited to eight minutes per station. All watering will have to be done in the evening or early morning. Trees can capture stormwater, improve water quality and reduce flood risk.See the Story

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