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Week 9 Pac-12 Power Rankings

The eighth week of the Pac-12 football college season was over and there were two heavyweight battles between ranked opponents. This week, the Oregon Ducks headed north to compete with their Pac-12 rival Washington in the North Division, and in the south, the Sun Devils of the State of Arizona traveled to Utah for another match against top two Teams …

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Tornado rages through Dallas, leaving significant damage and thousands without power

Video uploaded to Twitter shows a tornado ripping through Dallas, Texas. (Photo: Twitter / @ weatherdak) A tornado hit Dallas on Sunday night, causing severe damage throughout the area, including collapsed buildings and run-down power lines. The damage, which was estimated to extend 17 miles, left more than 95,000 people without electricity. According to the Dallas Morning News, first responders …

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NASA advances on the first female spacewalk to repair the power supply

FILE – Astronauts Christina Koch (right) and Jessica Meir pose for a photograph on the International Space Station in this picture, published by NASA on October 4, 2019. NASA has postponed the first all-female spacewalk to Thursday, October 17, 2019 or Friday, as the International Space Station's power grid has failed. (NASA via AP) CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (NASA) – NASA …

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Climate change: The intentional power outages in California will recur

What California went through last week was absolutely crazy. In order to avoid forest fires in particularly dry, windy conditions, Pacific Gas & Electric – PG & E, the state's largest provider – has shut off power to approximately 738,000 people Intentional power outage, as in the history of the nation's electricity supply had never been there. There's probably no …

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Was power shedding in the Bay Area of ​​PG & E really necessary?

For many Northern Californians, the weather swept through the region in the middle of last week was not very remarkable. Breezy dry winds blew in from the north and east over a landscape that had dried up for months. Heavy rains increase the risk of forest fires. So far, however, it had been a relatively mild fire season, and this …

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Saddle comb burn: Power line investigated as possible ignition point

Roberto Delgado and his wife Ninoschka Perez finished their nocturnal rosary prayer on Thursday when Perez screamed. Startled, Delgado looked out of the second-floor window and saw a flame spot near the foot of a tall electric mast on the steep hill behind her house on Saddle Ridge Road. The couple Sylmar hurried down the stairs and started to spray …

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PG & E has restored power to all customers in Santa Cruz County

Santa Cruz County power was fully restored after thousands of customers were disconnected from a public safety shutdown (PSPS) by a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG & E). The shutdowns began in Santa Cruz County around 23:00. Wednesday. Pacific Gas and Electric Co. announced in a press conference on Saturday that 99.5% of customers affected by the shutdowns had been …

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