Colorado Weather: Warming Up To Start The Week With A Few Storms

DENVER(CBS)-  After our cool, comfortable weekend things will be heating up again to start of the last week of the month. Temperatures across lower elevations will zoom back into the 80s and 90s for lower elevations with mostly 70s in the mountains for Monday. (credit: CBS) (credit: CBS) High pressure will be moving back in with … Read more

Could ‘Disease X’ be just around the corner? Top professor warns of a new pandemic

Britain has to ‘strengthen’ its preparations for the possibility of a new pandemic labelled ‘Disease X’, according to experts, after a string of infectious diseases hit the UK in the past six months. After traces of polio was found in sewage samples in parts of London for the first time in 40 years this week, an … Read more

Zelenskyy calls for modern air defence as attacks intensify

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says his country needs a more modern air defence system. One person was killed in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv and another six injured after Russian attacks hit a residential building and a kindergarten compound in the centre of the city – the first time it has been targeted since early June. Russia’s … Read more

No fares in Auckland would improve equity, usability and travel times – urban planning expert

The author of a new report setting out a case for free public transport for Tāmaki Makaurau says the initiative would boost social equity and significantly transform how services are perceived. Photo: RNZ / Cole Eastham-Farrelly The country’s largest bus driver union, First Union, and another union, the PSA, which commissioned the report, are calling … Read more

Explosion destroys house in Kingstanding, Birmingham, multiple casualties feared

Multiple casualties feared as huge explosion destroys house and badly damages at least two more on Birmingham street Emergency services are at the scene of a house explosion on Dulwich Road One house is destroyed in Kingstanding, Birmingham, with others damaged Cars have also been damaged; there are reports of casualties with injuries  By Lizzie … Read more

‘The most important discussion’: Pastor applauds Roe v. Wade ruling

RALEIGH, N.C. — The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was at the center of many church services on Sunday. One pastor in Raleigh included the topic in his sermon and called on his congregation to put their faith into action. What You Need To Know Roe v. Wade was at the … Read more

Nurse fears for rural women after Roe v. Wade overturned

ABERDEEN, N.C. — After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, some abortion rights supporters fear the next battle will be over abortion pills. It’s a big concern for women in rural parts of the United States, including in North Carolina. What You Need To Know Anti-abortion activists say their next battle … Read more

Ukraine: Russian warplanes pound Kyiv after weeks of calm

Russian air strikes hammered Ukraine’s capital Kyiv for the first time in weeks, slamming into an apartment block and kindergarten and killing at least one person with others trapped in destroyed buildings. Up to four explosions shook central Kyiv in the early hours of Sunday. “The Russians hit Kyiv again. Missiles damaged an apartment building … Read more

‘People don’t feel safe’ – Manager quits Victim Support before bullying investigation ends

The manager at the centre of a workplace investigation into bullying at Victim Support resigned before it wrapped up. File photo. Photo: 123RF RNZ has now read a summary of the secret report that confirms one of the charity’s managers was “likely” a bully and rude. This manager was the original focus of the investigation; … Read more

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