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So Much Snow in California, Scientists Don’t Have Tools to Measure It

Drought Water

The unusually heavy rain this season has contributed to record levels of snow in California. In particular the Sierra Nevada Mountains received so much snowpack that scientists could not measure the depth of the snow. Hydrologists had some trouble reaching the ground below the snowpack with an aluminum pole, which is more than 16 feet

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Controversial Immigration

The Mexican government will be spending $50 million to help Mexican citizens, who are in the United State without documents, to avoid being deported back to Mexico. This effort is in response to what they believe will be a crackdown by the Donald Trump administration on illegal immigration. Many in the Latino community are wondering

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Family Water

Jorge Ramos recently gave a speech at Harvard University’s Goldsmith Awards Ceremony. His speech was about being an immigrant and a journalist during President Trump’s presidency. Ramos started and ended his speech directed at Donald Trump and stated that he was not Trump’s enemy, but that he did not want to be his friend. He

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Election Presidential Election Washington

It appears as if Donald Trump’s presidency win has opened the door for more public figures to come out and express a willingness to run for President of the United States. Whether joking or being serious, Kanye West threw his name into the 2020 Presidential race last year and it seems as if he is

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Election

Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom is already looking past 2017 and into the 2018 California gubernatorial race. Newsom’s supporters have created a SuperPAC that hopes to raise about $10 million to ensure Newsom’s victory. Newsom’s SuperPAC is also significant because it marks the first major independent expenditure committee for the 2018 gubernatorial race. Newsom is being

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Drought Water

Filled reservoirs and the continued rains has created a state of emergency for many California communities including San Jose, where: San Jose city officials declared a local emergency after streets became flooded as water levels rose along Coyote Creek. San Jose firefighters traversed flooded streets in rafts, rescuing residents trapped in their homes and in trees

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