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The site lets you look up any address — your house, the Arc de Triomphe, Times Square — and get a sense of what it could look like if that place was struck by flood, wildfires or smog.
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Researchers have identified 3 brain damage biomarkers in the blood of astronauts who were on the ISS for extended periods of time.
They say the microscopic organoids will save researchers valuable time and money when developing new pharmaceuticals.
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Hollywood's Captain Kirk, 90-year-old William Shatner, blasted into space Wednesday in a convergence of science fiction and science reality, reaching the final frontier aboard a ship built by Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin company.
Get ready for a celestial gathering of the solar system's largest planets and the moon after sunset on Oct. 14. This alignment will provide an opportunity for stargazing before the season gets colder.
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Among the 16 noncompliant agencies in Nebraska is the police department tracking data for the state's most populous city, according to officials with the Nebraska Crime Commission, though officials say Omaha is getting close.
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At approximately 11 p.m., Oct. 13, Lucio Miranda Gomez, 26, of Fremont was arrested on suspicion of third degree assault following a disturbance complaint at a residence in the 600 block of east Ninth Street, Fremont Police reported.
At approximately 8:45 p.m., Oct. 13, Heber O. Martinez Perez, 38, of North Bend was arrested on suspicion of driving without an operator’s license following a traffic stop near west Military Avenue and I street for a traffic light violation, Fremont Police reported.
At approximately 11:15 a.m., Oct. 13, Oscar Hernandez-Castaneda, 57, of Fremont was arrested on suspicion of assault (intimidation) following a disturbance complaint at a residence in the 700 block of west Washington Street. Fremont Police reported.
The opinion says that in light of conflicting medical information, doctors should be free to use "additional tools that could save lives, keep patients out of the hospital and provide relief for our already strained healthcare system."
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