Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Shyanne Brown April 26 2016 2nd hr comp ABC News "Taking a deep breath in Los Angeles may fill your lungs with more than fresh air as the city is among the worst offenders for air pollution in the U.S," (American Lung Association's 2016 State of the Air report). There was reports released today that finds 166 million people or 52.1% of people in the U.S. live in countries that have unhealthy levels of Ozone or pollution. Twenty million people live in the 13 counties that failed all three air pollution tests in Los Angeles. Ozone smog is an invisible pollutant caused by gases reacting with sunlight. Pollution that is particles is caused by minuscule liquid and solid particles in the air. Many are worried that children with normal lungs will have compromised lung growth with exposure to pollution.Doctors say that the effects of the pollution will cause heart disease and heart attacks. California cities are the worst for air pollution. Other cities that are in California including Fresno, Sacramento, Modesto, San Francisco, and El Centro are ranked in the top 10 for the most ozone-pollution. There are many efforts to reduce pollution in the air of the United States.
Friday, April 22, 2016
Shyanne Brown April 22 2016 Comp K.Rod Abc News Princes death Prince died on April 20,2016. Authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding his death. His autopsy will be done this Friday, April 22, 2016. Prince Rogers Nelson died at the age of 57. He was found this Thursday unresponsive in an elevator at his studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota. His fans camped out by Paisley Park where the artist's home and recording studio was. They left bouquets of flowers and signs. Prince transcended generations and genres with his music.People say he defined the '80s with songs such as "Kiss" and "Purple Rain", and defied the music industry in a fight for creative freedom. Before this he canceled two performances at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. "The entertainer is battling the flu" the Fox said in a statement that day. The Entertainer will be severely missed but his legacy will remain
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Shyanne Brown 2nd hr comp K.Rod Abc news Smoke was seen at Brussels airport in Brussels, Belgium March 22, 2016. Bombs exploded at the Brussels airport and one of the city's metro stations.That Tuesday killing at least 31 people and severely wounding dozens. The European capital was again locked down because of the security threats. This Sunday ,March 3 , the Brussels Airport partially reopened. The first passenger flight took off around 1:40 p.m. local time, 12 days after the terrorists attack. Brussels Airport CEO Arnaud Feist said the flights to Athens, Turin in Italy and Faro in Portugal were mostly symbolic.The Effective Monday, Belgium's biggest airport should be back at 20 percent of capacity and able to process 800 passengers and hour, Feist added. Brussels Airport, usually handled about 600 flights a day and served about 1.5 million people in February, the month before the attack. CEO Feist said he hopes full service can be restored by the end of June or the beginning of July in time for the summer vacation season. This bombing attack at the airport and subway station in the center of Brussels on March 22 killed at least 35 people, including three Americans.The main suspect believed to have helped coordinate and execute the bombings at the airport remains on the run. http://abcnews.go.com/International/brussels-airport-resume-flights-sunday/story?id=38104330