Israel - Hamas War

Gaza has become a moonscape in war. When the battles stop, many fear it will remain uninhabitable – Associated Press

Photo: Smoke rises following Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023 Israel’s military offensive has turned much of northern Gaza into an uninhabitable moonscape. Whole neighborhoods have been erased. Homes, schools and hospitals have been blasted by airstrikes and scorched by tank fire. Some buildings are still standing, but most are battered shells.

National Parks

Grand Canyon National Park to get electric, natural gas buses – The Center Square

Image by Alex Williams from Pixabay In the near future, visitors to Grand Canyon National Park could be transported around in a new electric bus. The national park has been provided a $27 million grant to replace the current buses at the parks with ones that are “battery electric” and “compressed natural gas,” according to a press release

Prescott Talks

Prescott Talks: Interview with Cathey Rusing, candidate for Prescott City Council

Brooks Compton, guest host for Prescott Talks, discusses issues with Councilwoman Cathey Rusing. She was first elected to the Prescott City Council in 2019, and is running for her second term. Cathey talks about her background, the need for water policies, and ways to manage the city’s growth and infrastructure. The City Council needs to


DoD funds new project aimed at protecting global supply chains, infrastructure – NAU

 Photo: A FEW-View map showing from where Arizona’s food, water and energy originated Thanks to the work of Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly, a new project led by Northern Arizona University, with various collaborators throughout the nation, will help the United States better protect the critical supply chain infrastructure and the supply chains that keeps the


The US leads the world in weather catastrophes. Here’s why – Associated Press

Photo: The bridge leading from Fort Myers to Pine Island, Fla., is heavily damaged in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Oct. 1, 2022 The United States is Earth’s punching bag for nasty weather. Blame geography for the U.S. getting hit by stronger, costlier, more varied and frequent extreme weather than anywhere on the planet, several

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