Texas grandmother, 3 children die in fire during power outage

(NEXSTAR) – A grandmother and three school-aged children died in a house fire Tuesday morning after their neighborhood lost power due to freezing temperatures, firefighters said. Doug Adolph, spokesperson for Sugar Land Fire and EMS, told reporters that firefighters responding to a call around 2 a.m. found the Houston-area home …

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Kampala-Jinja Highway

Needed today, will not be ready by 2030 Kampala, Uganda | RONALD MUSOKE | The Ugandan government on March 16 signed a $ 229.5 million (860 billion shillings) financing agreement with the African Development Bank (AfDB) as part of the latest effort to raise funds for the Kampala highway. -Jinja. …

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Investor activism: three types of impact

How does HSBC feel when, three months after announcing its “net zero ambition”, it gets slapped by a shareholder resolution on climate change? How does Standard Chartered or Bank of America feel when activists ask why they are handling a bond for the State Bank of India, which has links …

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Farm Service announces free webinar series in February

A series of free webinars will be presented by the Agricultural Services Agency of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture. The FSA Fridays in February program will cover a variety of programs and services that FSA offers to agricultural producers in New York City. Topics include an overview of available programs …

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Electric car reduction ‘on the ballot in the next elections

The Labor Party today unveiled a plan to reduce taxes on electric vehicles to encourage more Australians to buy them. Speaking at the party National Conference Wednesday, Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese and Shadow Climate Change Minister Chris Bowen unveiled their plan for electric vehicles. According to the ALP, it …

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