Protesters breached a police station in Minneapolis and set it on fire, as demonstrations were reported across the country.
The vote increases the likelihood that the utility will resolve its case by a June 30 deadline and get future liability protection from the state.
The rainforest and its Indigenous groups face existential threats, while criminals act as if they have license to plunder.
One firefighter was injured in the four-alarm blaze at Fisherman’s Wharf early on Saturday morning, officials said.
A message at the scene that said, in part, “Bet you stay home now,” has led the police in Mississippi to suspect arson.
How a government both sectarian and divisive learned (briefly) to become inclusive.
The fire started at 7:30 p.m. in a furniture store on 125th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard.
All 11 firefighters were said to be in stable condition after a blaze at a building housing a smoking and vaping products wholesaler.
The fight against Covid-19 has disrupted preparations for the fire season.
A double disaster unlike anything the country has seen before is raising concerns about victims’ mental health and safety.
More than 1,000 residents were told to move away from fires that a state official called “extremely dangerous.”
When coronavirus cases rose in New Jersey, Matt Klapper, a former firefighter and ambulance crew chief, answered a call for retired medical workers to help out.
For three weeks, Paul Cary transported coronavirus patients to hospitals by ambulance. He had already signed up for a second 30-day deployment in New York when he started feeling sick.
Some victims think the $13.5 billion deal is flawed and are worried that a lawyer who negotiated it has a conflict of interest.