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Missouri River flooding causes water treatment issues in Kansas City

Record flooding along the Missouri River, rain and melting snow have impacted water treatment in the Kansas City, Missouri area, the city's water operator said as it advised some customers to seek..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Heavy-drinking consultant used 'judo sweeps' on cabin crew after row over extra leg-room seat, court hears

Hilary Mackay says crew should have known better than to aggravate a smoker who was struggling during a long flight
Independent - Published

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Kansas City Issues Warning About Water Treatment Issues Caused By Flooding [Video]Kansas City Issues Warning About Water Treatment Issues Caused By Flooding

According to a report by Reuters, record flooding along the Missouri River caused by rain and melting snow have now impacted water treatment in the Kansas City, Missouri area, as the city's..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:51Published

Adele And Jennifer Lawrence Spotted Partying At Gay Bar [Video]Adele And Jennifer Lawrence Spotted Partying At Gay Bar

According to Business Insider, besties Adele and Jennifer Lawrence got their party on at a New York gay bar on Friday night. Some speculate that the singer and actress were having a bachelorette party..

Credit: Wochit     Duration: 00:50Published

Concerns over lead in drinking water continues to grow [Video]Concerns over lead in drinking water continues to grow

Lead in water has been an ongoing issue in Milwaukee. Today lead is back in the spotlight after Milwaukee’s Public Safety and Health Committee called a special meeting to talk about rising concerns.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 02:02Published

Will Smith Completes Challenge On His Bucket List [Video]Will Smith Completes Challenge On His Bucket List

Will Smith accomplishes great things on his new show.

Credit: Celebrity Wire     Duration: 01:14Published

Maryland Working Toward Addressing Lead In School Drinking Water [Video]Maryland Working Toward Addressing Lead In School Drinking Water

While lead contamination in Maryland school’s drinking water is still a concern, there has been an improvement.

Credit: WJZ Baltimore     Duration: 00:23Published

Beer Drinking Explained [Video]Beer Drinking Explained

Learn what type of glass is best for different types of beer.

Credit: Food & Wine     Duration: 03:58Published

Study Links Scalding Hot Tea to Increased Cancer Risk [Video]Study Links Scalding Hot Tea to Increased Cancer Risk

Study Links Scalding Hot Tea to Increased Cancer Risk The report was published this week by the American Cancer Society. The type of cancer the tea could cause is esophageal, which kills over 400,000..

Credit: Wibbitz Studio     Duration: 01:25Published

The CDC is Taking its First Look at E-Scooter Injuries [Video]The CDC is Taking its First Look at E-Scooter Injuries

As scooter use gains traction, so have a number of scooter-related injuries. Now, for the first time, the CDC is getting involved.

Credit: Newsy Studio     Duration: 03:15Published

Can’d Aid Foundation, Oskar Blues Brewery and Ball Corporation Deliver 52,800 Cans of Drinking Water to Nebraska [Video]Can’d Aid Foundation, Oskar Blues Brewery and Ball Corporation Deliver 52,800 Cans of Drinking Water to Nebraska

Can’d Aid Foundation, Oskar Blues Brewery and Ball Corporation Deliver 52,800 Cans of Drinking Water to Nebraska

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 04:40Published

Mother Who Smothered 3-Month-Old Baby After Heavy Drinking Gets Prison Time [Video]Mother Who Smothered 3-Month-Old Baby After Heavy Drinking Gets Prison Time

Authorities say a New Jersey woman who accidentally smothered her 3-month-old son after a night of heavy drinking was sentenced to prison time. Matt Yurus reports.

Credit: CBS 3 Philly     Duration: 00:17Published

Maryland gets a 'C' for efforts to address unsafe drinking water in schools [Video]Maryland gets a 'C' for efforts to address unsafe drinking water in schools

Maryland received a 'C' grade for its efforts to address unsafe drinking water in its schools, which is actually an improvement.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:36Published

Schools failing to remove lead from Colorado schools' drinking water [Video]Schools failing to remove lead from Colorado schools' drinking water

The drinking water in Colorado schools isn't always safe.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:36Published

Looking for a Roommate? Here's What You Should Look Out For [Video]Looking for a Roommate? Here's What You Should Look Out For

Avoiding roommate drama can be difficult for some young people living in major cities like New York or Los Angeles. Do you know how to choose the right one?

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 00:59Published

Maryland gets a 'C' for efforts to address unsafe drinking water in schools [Video]Maryland gets a 'C' for efforts to address unsafe drinking water in schools

Maryland received a 'C' grade for its efforts to address unsafe drinking water in its schools, which is actually an improvement.

Credit: ABC 2 News WMAR     Duration: 00:35Published

Stop Making These 5 Mistakes When Ordering Drinks at a Bar [Video]Stop Making These 5 Mistakes When Ordering Drinks at a Bar

There are plenty of pitfalls to avoid when ordering drinks. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:31Published

World Water Day: How the Thirst Project Is Working with Students to End the Global Water Crisis [Video]World Water Day: How the Thirst Project Is Working with Students to End the Global Water Crisis

The Thirst Project was launched 10 years ago when, at the age of 19, Seth Maxwell and some friends handed out water bottles in Hollywood to educate people about the water crisis. Since then, The Thirst..

Credit: Cheddar Inc.     Duration: 02:21Published

School Water Report Causes Concerns [Video]School Water Report Causes Concerns

A report released Thursday on lead contamination levels in school drinking water gave California a passing grade on the issue, although it found that most of the nation was failing.

Credit: KCAL 9 CBS LA     Duration: 02:31Published

National Researcher Gives Colorado An 'F' For Regulating Drinking Water [Video]National Researcher Gives Colorado An 'F' For Regulating Drinking Water

New research says schools may not be doing enough to protect kids from drinking water that contains lead. 

Credit: CBS 4 Denver     Duration: 00:45Published

Lead In North Texas School's Drinking Water? [Video]Lead In North Texas School's Drinking Water?

One North Texas organization says there's lead in some area school's drinking water.

Credit: CBS 11 Dallas     Duration: 02:33Published

Massachusetts Gets 'D' In Report On Lead Contaminating Schools' Drinking Water [Video]Massachusetts Gets 'D' In Report On Lead Contaminating Schools' Drinking Water

A new report says Massachusetts isn’t doing enough to address lead in schools’ drinking water. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports.

Credit: WBZ CBS Boston     Duration: 01:30Published

Several States Failing When It Comes To Keeping Lead Out Of School Drinking Water [Video]Several States Failing When It Comes To Keeping Lead Out Of School Drinking Water

A report released Thursday on lead contamination levels in school drinking water gave 21 states a failing grade.

Credit: KCAL 9 CBS LA     Duration: 02:41Published

This Woman Lost Her Boyfriend at Disney World — and a Bunch of Strangers on the Internet Helped Her Find Him [Video]This Woman Lost Her Boyfriend at Disney World — and a Bunch of Strangers on the Internet Helped Her Find Him

Losing something — or someone — at Disney World can be a real nightmare.

Credit: Travel & Leisure     Duration: 01:17Published

EPA Administrator Ignores Climate Change [Video]EPA Administrator Ignores Climate Change

For a man who says clean drinking water is a priority, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler has done little on the issue.

Credit: HuffPost NOW News     Duration: 00:50Published

New Study: Drinking Piping Hot Tea Almost Doubles Risk of Cancer [Video]New Study: Drinking Piping Hot Tea Almost Doubles Risk of Cancer

A new study now says that piping hot cup of tea could put you at risk for throat cancer. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the details.

Credit: Veuer     Duration: 01:21Published

Lee’s Summit uses device to inspect condition of water line without shutting off water flow [Video]Lee’s Summit uses device to inspect condition of water line without shutting off water flow

Leaders in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, will learn about the condition one of its most important water mains by using a device for the first time which allows for an inspection without turning off the..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 02:04Published

 

Internal investigation into off-duty police drinking in the hours leading up to alleged sex assault on officer

internal investigation into off-duty police drinking in the hours leading up to alleged sex assault on officer
A group of off-duty police officers were allegedly drinking heavily and partying in the hours leading up to one staff member allegedly sexually violating another in the group.The alleged inappropriate..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Adele & Jennifer Lawrence Hit Up NYC Gay Bar - Watch Now!

People stepping out for a fun night at the gay bar Pieces in New York City got the ultimate surprise when Adele and Jennifer Lawrence showed up! The 28-year-old Oscar-winning actress and the..
Just Jared - Published

Zimbabwe: Man Jailed for Killing Drinking Mate Over a Puppy

[New Zimbabwe] A Chiweshe man, Kudakwashe Chikukwa (age not provided), was this week sentenced to 18 years imprisonment for murder, after a misunderstanding over a puppy with a deceased drinking mate..
allAfrica.com - Published

Mozambique: Cholera, malaria cases reported in cyclone-hit Beira

Aid agencies raise alert over sanitation and lack of safe drinking water in Beira as risk of disease outbreaks grows.
Al Jazeera - Published

Why you should not stop drinking milk

Stopped drinking milk? Kavita Devgan gives you 8 reasons to start again.
Rediff.com - Published

Labor backbencher calls for total drinking ban for WA motorists

Mirrabooka MP Janine Freeman has urged the WA government to consider a total ban on drinking for motor vehicle drivers.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ross Lyon sticks to his guns in defence of Jesse Hogan

Fremantle coach Ross Lyon has commentators to tone down their cynicism over gun recruit Jesse Hogan's clinical anxiety condition after a weekend drinking session put his expected debut on Sunday for..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Water shortage a huge problem as power returns in Venezuela

Power is mostly back to normal in Caracas, but the prolonged outage has disrupted supplies of drinking water and forced residents to wait for water trucks or scoop up effluent from sewerage pipes.
SBS - Published

'You don't go out drinking with the boys': Bishop guarded on future after politics

The former foreign minister appeared to a sold-out audience as part of the All About Women festival.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Do I have a drinking problem, or does everybody else?

Some of you might want to pack me off to rehab right now. Others might think I’m a light drinker.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

TV mothers are the new anti-heroes

The hard-drinking women of Bad Mothers and the single parents of SMILF and Better Things show how far TV has evolved since the days of The Sullivans.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Watch who draws the short straw to solve plastic problem

Plastic drinking straws have become a political wedge issue, with environmentalists and disability rights advocates at odds.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The US is living in an economic la-la land

Americans love drinking from the fountain of debt, but payback time is coming.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Irresponsible': No feral horses removed from Kosciuszko park in 2018

The ACT government and conservationists are concerned the impact feral horses could have on the environment and Canberra's drinking water.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Mothers return to pre-pregnancy drinking within five years: study

While men, on average, do not alter the amount they drink after having children.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Looking forward to tonight's wine a bit too much? You're not alone

More women in their 40s and 50s are drinking at risky levels. Here are signs you need to cut back (and how to do it).
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Truck driver accused of smashing into police van while drunk

A member of the public tipped off officers, claiming to have seen the man driving after drinking alcohol.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Indian brewery owners arrested as death toll from bootleg alcohol rises to 133

The death toll from people drinking tainted alcohol in India has risen to 133, with a second incident recorded and local brewery owners arrested.
SBS - Published

Toxic bootleg alcohol kills more than 80 in India

At least 84 people are dead and another 200 in hospital after drinking illicit liquor in India's north-eastern state of Assam.
SBS - Published

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