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The University of Alabama\'s first African-American student, aulucy Lucy Foster, received an honorary doctorate from the University on Friday, and her appearance brought the mob of protesters on 1956.
Foster, 89, received his degree at the graduation ceremony.
She signed up.
White University was fired on 1956, but three days later, her appearance brought protests and threats to her life.
According to news media reports, Foster received a standing ovation on Friday.
Before getting the honor, she talked about the difference in seeing a smiling face, \"not frowning and unhappy about me here.
\"Foster received a master\'s degree in education from the school in 1991, more than 35 years after she took her first class.
It was not until she graduated in 1992 that she shared this moment with her daughter, who is also a UA alumnus.
AlaskaAnchorage: the classic organizing committee of ninana ice has announced the winners of this year\'s competition for tonight.
Cherrie Forness, an ice classic manager, said Anchorage resident Patricia Andrew was the only one to guess that ice was officially extinguished on the Tanana River in Nenana.
It happened at 12: 21 in the morning. m.
In April 14, the first 102 in the contest-year history.
The bonus is $311,652.
Andrew will get $224,389, Forness said.
After the federal tax was deducted
This payment will be made on June 1.
Every year, people buy tickets to guess when a tripod installed on the frozen Tanana River will collapse as the ice on the river breaks.
Forness estimates about 287,000 tickets have been sold this year.
ArizonaFlagstaff: Experiment to change the water flow of dams near Arizona-
The Utah border has increased the number of aquatic insects fishing on the Colorado River.
Scientists hope to better understand these results through the second bug flow experiment that will last until August.
They found that the release of low and stable water flow from the Glen Canyon Dam over the weekend gave bed bug eggs a better chance of survival.
The experiment is part of a larger plan to manage the operation of the dam, which hinders the development of Lake Powell.
Researchers recommend a bug stream for three consecutive years to see if the number and type of bugs in the Grand Canyon has increased.
The current does not change the amount of water that must be delivered downstream to Lake Mead.
ArkansasSpringdale: the Arkansas Board of games and Fish received nearly $1 million in grants to help pay for the state\'s latest natural center that is currently under construction.
A $980,000 grant from the Walton Family Foundation was announced on Thursday for new facilities in Springdale.
Located east of Interstate 49 in northwest Arkansas, the center will include an outdoor archery field, the Northern Bobai education center, walking and biking trails, and exhibitions showcasing the Ozark wildlife.
The center began construction in December and is expected to open in October 2020.
The games and fish Board also has natural centers in Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Little Rock and Pine Bluff.
Avalon, California: The top runway on San Catalina Island reopened after five months of construction. A World War II-era DC-
According to the Orange County Register, aircraft 3 landed on the new runway at the airport on Friday to mark the moment.
Followed by six CJ-
Six battle birds flying on the runway and two other old-fashioned aircraftspeed, low-altitude fly-by. About 100 U. S.
Marine Corps and Marine sailors began working on the island in December under an agreement between the military and the katerna Island Conservation Association to rebuild the deteriorating runway.
The project is paid by $5 million donated to the non-profit land trust fund.
As part of the training exercise, the Army completed the work.
Coloradobellue: the fish now has miles of free roaming in the shattered River.
The recently completed fish ladder at the Bellvue Watson Lake dam reconnects the 2-mile river, giving the fish the freedom to swim in and find deeper water, shadows, food or spawning habitats.
The Fish Ladder creates alternative routes for crossing and bypassing obstacles like dams.
Kyle battiger, a Colorado park and wildlife aquatic biologist, said this is not the first project on Poudre, but the scale of the project is unique.
The $850,000 project, which began in 2016, is between partners such as North Water, Colorado park and wildlife, morning fresh dairy products, Noosa yogurt, Poudre Heritage Alliance and Trout Unlimited.
ConnecticutHartford: the state\'s lemon law program provides consumers with more than $2 in revenue.
New cars with problems last year have a 6 million refund or return.
Consumer Protection Commissioner Michelle seagull said it was $300,000 more than in 2017.
The agency handled 81 cases in 2018 and 64 in 2017.
Seagull said she was happy that more families were aware of the project, an informal process to resolve disputes between consumers and car manufacturers.
When a new car is defective, it could be an economic burden, she said.
All new car dealers in the state must issue lemon legal information in their services and provide relevant information to buyers on sale or at least on new cars (including motorcycles.
DelawareDover: Democratic lawmakers have again introduced legislation that allows school districts in the state to raise taxes without the approval of local voters.
A bill introduced on Thursday said that starting from July 2020, the school board could indefinitely raise the tax rate or amount of its regional operating tax by at least 2% without a referendum.
If officials want to raise business taxes by more than 2%, or raise the tax rate equivalent to the increase in the consumer price index, school districts can still hold a referendum.
A referendum is also needed to cover the cost of major construction projects.
The bill, similar to previous proposals, came days after residents of Delaware\'s largest Christina School District refused to increase business taxes by 20%.
District of Columbia: Despite the federal budget that prohibits the city from enacting cannabis legislation, the mayor has introduced a bill to legalize the sale and distribution of recreational cannabis locally.
According to The Washington Post, Mayor Muriel
Bowser announced the legislation on Thursday.
A 2014 law allows residents of the Colombian region to grow and own cannabis, but does not allow the purchase of the drug.
The safe cannabis sales Act will require the Alcohol and Beverage regulatory authority to regulate the cannabis business and impose a 17% sales tax on the implementation and affordable housing of the act.
Local attorney General Carl.
Local officials can legally discuss the legislation, which is different from his point of view in 2015, Rahim said.
District lawmakers say they may not vote on the final passage of the bill until Congress removes the ban.
Floridallahassee: Under a bill sent to the Republican government, the state will set up an agricultural cannabis program. Ron DeSantis.
The Senate unanimously passed a bill Friday to set up the program, which is hailed as a way to help farmers suffering from hurricane attacks and citrus diseases.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki fried says the state will soon be the leader in cannabis production given the state\'s climate.
Citrus will still be the state\'s number one crop, she said, but citrus farmers now have the option to supplement their orchards with marijuana.
Marijuana is related to marijuana, but there is only a small amount of THC, which can be exciting.
From ropes and clothing to building materials and animal feed, this plant has a wide range of uses.
GeorgiaAtlanta: a group that advocates the rescue of historic homes, plans to hold national conservation month celebrations nationwide.
The Georgian historical protection trust fund held a weekend hike in some of Macon\'s precious historical homes and gardens.
On May 18, the group will gather volunteers in tableton to clean up the interior of Zion Church.
Built in 1848, the church was listed on the Georgia Trust Fund\'s annual \"dangerous places\" list a few years ago.
\"It is planned to hold an open day at the Randolph Hotel in Atlanta on May 30 --Lucas-
Jones House, a 1924 House, is being repaired after the House has been moved away to avoid demolition.
The Georgian trust fund said in a press release that local conservation groups also plan to carry out activities in dozens of communities in Georgia.
Honolulu, Hawaii: A new study has found that coral reefs provide more than $0. 835 billion in flood protection for the state every year.
A report from the United StatesS.
Geological Survey, Nature Conservation Association and University of California
According to the Honolulu Star, Santa Cruz established the value that natural structures provide for the islands. Advertiser.
The team worked with the engineering and insurance industry to create an estimated value model for nearly 2,000 miles of the USS.
Coral reef coastline
The report says coral reefs provide more than $1.
The annual flood control costs of 8 billion, of which Kauai is about $12 million, Oahu is about $0. 395 billion, Maui is about $0. 377 billion, and the Big Island is about $51 million.
The report says that in 50-
Coral reefs near Honolulu alone provide more than $0. 435 billion in flood protection.
IdahoBoise: State prison officials are appealing the judge\'s order to hand over documents that will reveal the source of the lethal injection drugs used in the recent execution of the death penalty.
Idaho corrections filed a notice of appeal last week in the Fourth District Court of Ada County.
In the notice, prison officials said they wanted the Idaho Supreme Court to decide whether Judge Lynn Norton made a mistake, because she determined that the receipt for the compound pharmacy that provided the drug used by Richard Albert Levitt in the execution of the death penalty in 2012 was a public document that had to be published.
The receipt is for the drug intended to be used in later execution, but has not occurred since then.
The ruling was made in a lawsuit filed under the Idaho Public record Law by Idaho University professor Lisa, after the department rejected her public record request in 2017.
IllinoisGeneva: a former Marine is trying to find, repair, and catalog the historic items of 100 on the American Legion post here before the centennial celebration.
Matthew Lutz, 34, said he was excited to find items from past battles and had found a belé belonging to a native of Geneva who survived Pearl Harbor.
Some of the Geneva American Legion\'s 75 post items were moldy due to years of exposure to moisture. Post Cmdr.
According to The Daily Herald, Brian Noonan recruited Lutz to help with the project.
Lutz said he felt it was his responsibility to protect the Post\'s history.
The goal is to complete the project by The Post\'s charter anniversary of August. 14.
The Geneva Historical Centre will host lunch at the May 14 post for community members and veterans to share their Legion stories.
IndianaFranklin: a county that used to be a can industry giant is reviewing those days in a new exhibition.
Johnson County is Indiana\'s largest tin producer in the early 20 th century.
The county, located in the south of Indianapolis Napoli, has a range of Can factories that produced more than 53 million cans of food in 1942 alone.
The new exhibition to review the industry is called \"picking, peeling, preservation in Johnson County: cans\" and runs through the middle
October at Johnson County Museum of History.
Director David fiver told the daily newspaper that the canned industry helped Johnson County \"get on the map \".
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Canned pork Limited.
Starting in the Greenwood kitchen in 1872, it has grown into the largest tank farm in western Baltimore.
IowaDes Moines: a huge, inflatable, colorful, quirky and confetti
The city is full of Wonderland.
The largest adult in the world
Friendly bounce house will be with 60-
Walking maze and huge inflatable obstacle course.
The big rebound in the United States will be in the South Ridge Shopping Center on June 7-9. The candy-
The colorful castle, which covers more than 11,000 square feet, holds the Guinness World Record for the world\'s largest inflatable castle.
Huge slides and colorful ball pits to dive. Both adult-only (ages 16+)and family-
Friendly meetings are provided.
The event is free and parents can join with their children, but a ticket is required if parents want to enter any inflatable toys.
Children aged 3 and under must be accompanied by paid parents or guardians.
Tickets can be bought online and on the day of the event in advance.
KansasTopeka: Lawmakers who support the expansion of Medicaid are in high school on Friday-
Aimed at forcing the conservative Republican leaders of the legislature to allow the democratic government to support a stake in the expansion plan. Laura Kelly.
Kansas House 63 votes
$61 against $18.
4 billion budget annual expenditure blueprint for July.
On Thursday night, House and Senate negotiators discussed details in favor of Kelly, fellow Democrats, and moderate Republicans, providing additional funding for higher education, the prison system, and salary increases for state employees.
Democrats and moderate Republicans praised the proposed budget, but saw the vote as an opportunity for them to pressure Senate Republican leaders to ease plans to postpone the extended vote until next year.
Kentylylouisville: The University of Louisville received $1 million in funding to study the manufacture of thin solar panels by re-utilizing the printing press.
The university said in a press release that the goal is to reduce the cost of producing solar panels.
The grant came from the United States. S.
Office of solar technology, Doe.
The project of the Conn renewable energy research center will focus on the production of thin film solar cells using rolling batteriesto-
A rolling platform for printing newspapers.
Thad Druffel, who led the research at the Conn Center, said the technology could revive the declining printing industry and promote the development of the solar industry.
New Orleans: This year\'s New Orleans jazz and traditional music festival celebrates 50 years, highlighting the cultural and musical traditions of the state.
The non-profit Jazz and Heritage Foundation, which owns music festivals, marks this milestone by directing music festival profits to a series of annual programs, including free after-sales service
School music courses for students and $1 million program funding.
It also funded four free festivals throughout the year: The New Moon City Blue Harmony Grill, Treme Creole Gumbo, the New World rhythm of Congo Square and Cajun-Louis Anna-Zydeco.
Don Marshall, executive director of the Foundation, said the foundation provides artists and organizations with more than $1 million in grants each year, such as Yaya, a young aspiring young artist running a youth summer camp.
MaineAugusta: the wildlife authorities say that this spring, the state has received more than 30 complaints about the pesky bears that came out of a nest hungry for food.
The pesky bears are spring rituals in the Pine State, they beat the bird feeder, grab the garbage with their claws, and steal pet food.
But the Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Department said it was not necessary to do so.
The department requires homeowners to clear outdoor items that attract bears, such as grills and unsafe trash cans.
The department said it has received 38 complaints so far, mainly in the Ellsworth and Blue Mountains areas on the East Coast, as well as kennabbonkport and Arundel in southern Maine
It could be a busy month for complaints.
MarylandBaltimore: the new mayor vowed to clean up the city after he was resigned by his predecessor in a corruption investigation, but he inherited the long-standing serious
Long-standing problems that have plagued successive governments.
Bernard \"Jack\" Young, the longtime leader of the city council, said he intended to serve only for the remainder of the term of former mayor Catherine pug, and was not interested in running for mayor in 2020.
If Democrats don\'t change their minds, his term will only last for a year and a half.
\"I wish him good luck, but I keep my full support because he seems worried about becoming mayor at first,\" Clayton said . \"
Guyton, a respected community organizer, recently told a documentary about the city of charm in Baltimore about what Baltimore had filmed in the midst of an ongoing violent disaster.
New Bedford: a 2-year-
The old red panda is the latest attraction at Wutong Park Zoo.
Jacob was introduced to tourists on Friday.
According to The Standard Times, Barton Wood\'s first red panda, Jacob, was born at the Cleveland Metropolitan Park Zoo last summer and was taken to New Bedford.
Before the public appearance, it took the animal several months to keep in touch with the caregiver privately.
Red pandas are native to China, India and several other Asian countries.
They are listed as endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Zoo officials say they are expanding Jacob\'s habitat and want to bring in a female giant panda.
MichiganHolland: Police have recovered two super-big wooden shoes, part of an art competition stolen before the annual Tulip Time Festival.
The Tulip Time Festival announced online on Friday morning that the shoes will be repaired and re-displayed.
The artists decorated 45 pairs of traditional Dutch wood clo for the Dutch \"klompen Garden\" public art event, these shoes are on display outdoors.
On Thursday, two days before the official start of the festival, workers noticed that two couples were missing in Centennial Park.
Wood clo is nearly 3 feet long and 1 feet wide.
West Michigan, Netherlands is famous for its Dutch tradition. This festival is a big tourist attraction.
It\'s over next Sunday.
MinnesotaMinneapolis: Although this model has long been rejected because it has caused urban disease, some non-profit organizations in the state are accepting public housing as a solution to an affordable housing shortage
The Minnesota Public Radio News reported that United housing has been trying to get Minni aporius to reconsider residential housing to address the affordable housing crisis.
The non-profit organization has not been successful in its efforts to remove the city\'s 1980 provisions banning new boarding house permits.
The ban reflects the city\'s position that boarding houses can undermine single communitiesand two-family homes.
The alliance operates one of the city\'s remaining host families, with 25 single men and women living together.
Tenant Craig Spivey said it provides decent housing for those who can\'t afford an apartment themselves.
Tenants pay rent of approximately $350 per month.
Missippijackson: The photographer took iconic photos of black students challenging apartheid and donated the camera to the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.
At the State Council archives and historical press conference, Jerry W. Keahey Sr.
He said he hoped his camera would be on display near his photo at the museum\'s exhibition on tugaru 9.
Students from the historic black school of Tougaloo staged a non-violent sit-in
In the library of Cambridge City in 1961.
The library is reserved for white people.
Medgar Evers, leader of the National Association of Colored People of Mississippi, planned a sit-in with the students. in.
Four women and five men were accused of undermining peace and spent 32 hours in prison.
Each person was convicted, fined $100 and given 30-
The case was later dismissed on appeal.
Micheal Springfield: actor Sean Astin spoke last week at Missouri State University as the keynote speaker of the school\'s second annual Impact Summit about his mother\'s mental illness, movies, etc, last year began to raise awareness of the mental health needs of college students.
Astin has been working in the film industry as an actor, director, sound artist and producer, including the starring \"Peony\", \"Encino Man\", \"Lord of the Rings\" trilogy \"Rudy\" and \"The Stranger\". \"Austin is
As his mother, he knows about mental illness
Award-winning actress Patty Duke was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1982 and wrote in her 1987 autobiography.
Duke passed away in 2016.
Astin says the stigma of mental illness is a little better.
\"In my mother\'s time, it was like Bellevue and filling rooms and shock therapy,\" he said . \".
MontanaHelena: The country is the first country to authorize sports betting this year. Gov.
Steve block signed a bill on Friday requiring Montana Lottery to supervise sports betting activities through kiosks and mobile devices.
Sports betting is taking place in eight other states, six of which are authorized after the United States. S.
Last year, the Supreme Court allowed it to do so nationwide.
Montana officials estimate sports betting revenues will reach $3.
The first year was 7 million pounds in the state.
Lawmakers have submitted two bills to Democratic governors, which will create a competition system.
First, the lottery bill;
Another company allows private businesses to operate sports books, kiosks and mobile apps.
Block vetoed the second bill, saying in a veto letter that the lottery had the existing infrastructure and ensured a transparent environment.
Nebraskaplatt smouth: two local companies are helping to prevent summer frustration after the city\'s water supply facilities have been damaged by floods and cannot fill the community pool.
Omaha World
The Herald reported that serious flooding in the third quarter destroyed Plattsmouth\'s water treatment and wastewater facilities, forcing the city to impose restrictions: no lawn watering, no washing machines in the driveway, and no filling
Mayor Paul Lambert says there is not enough urban water in the Shuanghe water park.
Most of the limited temporary water supply comes from the Kasan County Rural Water area system.
The two companies that save summer fun for kids and families are fast grass turf farm and liquid truck transport.
Fast grass donated its well water.
Transport of liquid trucks to the water park.
Vegas adalas Vegas: the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases has been high in southern Nevada, but since the incidence of syphilis in Clark County is the highest in the country, health officials are stepping up the public education campaign.
According to The Sun, in 2017, the per capita rate of syphilis in Clark County ranked first in the country.
The county reported a steady increase in syphilis cases, 9 in 2016, 20 in 2017 and 24 in 2018.
Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection that can be cured with antibiotics if found early.
PhD, University Medical Center
In the long run, infection can lead to other complications, including meningitis, dementia, blindness and hepatitis, Alireza Farabi said.
New Hampton: government.
Chris Sununu vetoed a second bill to abolish the state\'s death penalty on Friday, although lawmakers may overturn his decision in the fall.
Republican Sununu vetoed the bill, which was surrounded by police and other law enforcement officers at a community center in Manchester, named after officer Michael Briggs, 2006, he was shot dead while on duty.
\"This bill is not only unfair to police officers and their families, but also to law enforcement and other victims of violent crimes across the state,\" Sununu said . \".
The death penalty in New Hampshire applies only in seven cases: one on-
Law enforcement officers or judges on duty, murder for employment, murder during rape, certain drug offences, or family intrusion and murder of people who have served life imprisonment but have not been released on parole.
No one has been executed in the state since 1939.
On Friday, authorities said the country would spend $10 million on projects to prevent rain pollution from entering the ecologically fragile Barnegat Bay.
The Ministry of Environmental Protection has announced grants to non-profit organizations, local governments and state colleges and universities that will implement projects to prevent pollution runoff from entering 660-acre watershed.
Barnegat Bay is one of the most ecologically threatened bays in the United States and is the subject of various efforts to improve water quality.
This is a major entertainment area, but the heavy developments that follow have greatly increased the pressure on the bay as the paved surface allows contaminants to enter the waterway.
Albuquerque, New Mexico: College students are using drones to help map the location of dinosaur footprints in state parks.
According to the Albuquerque daily, New Mexico State Park is working with community college students in central New Mexico and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science to map the footprint of Lake Clayton State Park.
The park in the northeast of the state has a track site of about 100 million years.
Rick Watson, coach of community college in central New Mexico, said students will be driving drones from different heights to record a variety of details.
Students will place photos once the project is completed, 3-
Models, maps and other discoveries on the site.
Niagara Falls, New York: The fog boat maid who takes tourists to Niagara Falls base is on the electricity.
The company announced plans to launch two zeros on Friday.
Discharge passenger ships during the upcoming tourist season.
The ships will be driven by high power.
Capacity battery pack.
The new ship is expected to be put into use in the medium term.
Replace existing diesel oil in September-
Before that, the engine boat will run on the Niagara River.
ABB, a Swiss technology company, is supplying lithium-
Ion battery pack and onshore charging system.
The battery will charge for 7 minutes after each trip.
The woman of fog made her debut in 1846.
North Carolina: as artists, their influence can be seen in hundreds of paintings, illustrations, sculptures and designs;
However, to a large extent, their work is still in the background.
But \"Rock Bus\" has become an expression tool for teachers of Visual Arts at Pitt County school.
The annual exhibition opened on Friday at emerging galleries and art centers, showcasing the work of 20 art teachers representing schools in more than a dozen regions.
Jane Austin beghan, director of the Pitt County school arts education program, said: \"This is a celebration of their creations . \".
\"It gives them the opportunity to showcase their special talents as working artists in the visual art world.
The exhibition began more than ten years ago.
The works will be on display in May 30.
North Dakota Bismarck: The state plans to invest $33 million in the drone system industry in an attempt to use the state as the premier location for research, testing and commercialisation of drones. Gov.
Doug Bergum is expected to sign a bill authorizing investment at a ceremony with state leaders on Monday.
Most of the money will be used to build infrastructure to support the operation of unmanned aircraft flying outside the pilot\'s sight.
About $2 million will be used to support one of the unmanned aircraft test sites in grand Fox, which is authorized by the FAA to observe the flight without chasing the aircraft
Another $3 million will be used to upgrade the infrastructure of Grand Sky, the country\'s first unmanned aircraft Commercial Park at Grand Fox air force base.
OhioColumbus: children in the state have the opportunity to design an-
Bully license plates.
The contest to create logos and slogans for \"stop bullying\" license plates is a joint effort by the Ohio attorney general\'s office and the Ohio Education Association.
The competition is only open to children enrolled in the school year from kindergarten to fifth grade.
Entries must be postmarked before May 31.
Republican Attorney General Dave Jost said the game offered kids a way to fight back bullying with creativity.
The winner will receive a certificate and see the winning artwork on a special plate.
Donations to sell these plates will fund bullying prevention grants for non-profit organizations, schools and school districts.
Oklahomaoklaoma City: beef lovers don\'t need to worry about what to eat in this state where there are more cows than people. Gov.
Kevin STIT signed a bill on Thursday to make ribeye the official steak in the city of Russia.
The measure entered into force on November. 1.
Ranchers and Sen state.
Kathy Murdoch of Felt, who sponsored the bill, said cattle farming was an important part of Homer\'s identity.
Murdoch said that there are more than 5 million cows in Russia.
According to census data, the population of 2018 people in Oklahoma is estimated to be about three. 9 million.
Murdoch said that the designation of ribeye steak, which is famous for its flavor, as the official steak of Homer, is good for both tourism and restaurants. OregonSalem: U. S. Sen.
Ron Bryant has not yet completed his attempt to create a new wilderness and entertainment area across the state.
After a legislation passed earlier this year that imposed the highest form of environmental protection on 30,000 acres of land and 250 miles of rivers on the coast, Wyden brought a new protection bill with him on Wednesday
Oregon entertainment Enhancement Act
Sponsored by Sen.
Jeff Merck will create new entertainment areas around the rogue and Morala rivers, expand Wild Rogue Wilderness and illegally mine on 100,000 acres of land in southwest Oregon.
Two senators said the establishment of protected areas would increase the state\'s outdoor recreation economy, but also stressed that legislation would not block projects aimed at reducing the threat of wildfires.
Opponents say the legislation could add to the wild fire.
PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia: a new street sweeping pilot in the city is planned in a few blocks, hoping to finally clear the persistent Filthadelphia nickname.
There is no shortage of work.
A sanitation department official told The Philadelphia Inquirer that the new street staff collected about 7 tons of garbage per day.
Instead of requiring residents to move their cars, the project lets workers blow garbage from the sidewalk and under the car with hair dryers so that street sweepers can enter.
Some of the neighbors said they were annoyed by the dust generated, but despite that, most people still supported the efforts and appreciated the cleaner streets.
The project is a compromise for residents who refuse to move their cars.
Parking is tight in the city street and it is difficult to find a parking space.
Providence, Rhode Island: a self
The shuttle bus service was launched in the city. Democratic Gov.
Gina Raymond and Peter Alberti, director of the transportation department of the State Council, said the pilot program for \"little Rodi\" self-driving cars is scheduled to start in May 15.
This is the first such service in the state.
Free service 7 days a week, there are 12 stops between Olneyville square and Providence station.
There is no public transport throughout the journey.
Each car accommodates 6 people, including a waiter who can be controlled at any time to ensure safety.
May Mobility, Ann Arbor, Michigan, received a contract to operate the service in the state.
The state will pay $800,000 in its first year.
The contract includes an option to extend the service for two years.
South Carolina break: It\'s official now.
The state\'s record for the most rainfall in a year has been broken.
The State Council for extreme weather voted 123.
On 2018, at the Walhalla State Fish Hatchery in the north of Oconee County, 45 inch of the rainfall was an effective measure.
The team checked the rainfall records and weather patterns in the surrounding areas to confirm the total.
The rain gauge is near Lake Jocassee.
The national office of meteorologists said the previous record was 119.
It rained 16 inch below hogbuck near Randall.
These mountains are usually the most primitive part of South Carolina, with an average of 75 inch kilometers per year.
South Dakota Ridge Reserve: The governor was unanimously decided by the oglalazu Tribal Council.
Kristi Noem is no longer welcome to book in Songling.
The council said on Wednesday that Noem would not be involved in the reservation unless she canceled her support for two bills against Keystone XL pipeline protesters, the bills will be compiled in state law as \"riots intensify state prosecution of anyone or organization\" inciting riots \".
The Oglala Su clan said Noem consulted TransCanada before introducing the new bill, but did not consult any Su clan whose land would be \"crossed and threatened by the Keystone XL pipeline.
The nom office says she will continue to engage with tribal members, stay in touch with tribal leadership and continue to work to build relationships with the tribe.
TennesseePigeon: you may take a walk, hike and bike ride in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but now you have the chance to see it while you are dressed
Pink Jeep Wrangler
Pigeon Valley is located in the first \"Pink Jeep\" in the eastern United States \".
Each trip lasts two to four hours and can accommodate up to seven passengers through parts of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Offers four tours: a newly discovered gap Tour, a tour of the foothills Park Avenue, a tour of the Roaring Fork and a tour of the Oconaluftee farm.
Once the national park section is over, there will also be 30-per trip-minute off-
On the private property section, the tour guide rides the steep hills up and down by Jeep.
Houston, Texas: more than 100,000 people in the United StatesS.
Stuck on the organ transplant waiting list, hoping to find someone who perfectly matches their blood type, size and hospital location.
But according to the Houston Chronicle, in fact, people in their 20 s die every day before they receive the organs they need.
So imagine if scientists could print one for them using a method similar to 3D printing.
Jordan Miller, a biology engineer at Rice University, has been working hard to achieve this goal for the past five years.
This is more complicated than it sounds: 3D printing was originally created for use with plastic, which is not compatible with the human body.
But Miller and his team have now found a 3D approach.
Print living tissue using human cells and water-based solution.
The findings were published in the journal Science on Thursday.
The graduation dress worn by Utah Valley University graduates saved about 70,000 plastic bottles from landfill this year.
According to The Daily Herald, the University of orim\'s gown comes from the hats and dresses of the Oak House, using recycled plastic bottles to make regalia. The Virginia-
The company says about 23 bottles are needed for each recyclable dress.
The process involves shredding and melting the plastic into filaments woven and dyed.
The university, 40 miles south of Salt Lake City, said it was the fifth time that students were wearing dresses.
Officials say there is no cost difference compared to polyester fiber commonly used in traditional graduation clothing, and the use of recycled materials is in line with the school\'s sustainable development mission.
Vermontmontelier: one of the most historic buildings in the capital has been declared a public safety hazard.
Montpellier city council made a statement for the former colonel\'s farm.
Jacob Davis, who created the state capital
According to The Times, Davis gave the land to the city where the state Capitol is located.
Last month, the City Council held a hearing on 1836 Greek Revival houses and barns on Highway 2, after a neighboring landowner complained.
A report to the City Council said that city inspections found many defects in the building, making it a public safety hazard.
Owners of the property must submit remediation and emission reduction plans to the city by May 17.
VirginiaDanville: a film director who won multiple Oscars has been asking about the life of the textile town in southern Virginia.
According to Danville registration and bees, filmmaker Steven spirberg visited Danville at the end of April to talk to the former Danville company
The impact of the textile mill on the area before it was closed more than ten years ago. Two-
Gary Nick, an employee of the foundry, said the only thing that interest Spielberg is the factory, its history and its people.
Knick and others said they did not know why Spielberg was collecting information and did not ask.
Amblin Partners, a production company at pilberg, did not respond to News seeking comment.
Seattle, Washington: a man known as a \"barefoot robber\" for a series of crimes committed in his teens is trying to get out of probation in advance. Colton Harris-
Moore, 28, asked the United StatesS.
On April, the district court judge ended his federal probation four months in advance so that he could become an inspirational speaker. Seattle U. S.
Lawyer Brian Moran responded on Friday that there was no reason to allow Harris
Moore is now out of the woods because probation does not prevent him from attending such a speech. Harris-
Moore was sentenced in 2012 to seven years in prison for a series of barefoot crimes that began in 2008 when he escaped from Renton\'s junior halfway house.
He was finally caught after the crash.
He flew to the Bahamas by plane.
West Virginia: Federal investigation into the government
According to a subpoena sent to his government last month, Jim Justice has expanded to include a series of tax documents for the governor\'s extensive business portfolio.
The federal grand jury summons said the National Revenue Service issued the summons on Friday, asking for communications, minutes and tax documents involving any of the approximately 100 private business interests held by the state and Republican governors
Last year, the Justice Department held a press conference with tax officials, saying he had resolved a series of state tax disputes that had long followed his company.
Officials said the governor was not involved in resolving the debt and would not say how much was paid.
The prosecutor is mainly targeting the records from 2010 to 2016, that is, the records before the judicial inauguration on 2017.
With the help of the University of Wisconsin, a tiger cat has a new hind leg
Madison students and 3D printers.
Sarah Close, vice president of community cat shelter, said the Chicago Center for Animal Care and Control found a stray cat with an infected leg in last September and handed it over to whitewater in Wisconsin --based shelter.
A vet cut off part of the male cat\'s hind legs and the shelter named it Sgt. Stubbs.
Community Cat officials then asked for help from a freshman engineering class.
Students make prosthetic limbs with 3D printers and extra straps to keep them in use.
Stubbs received the legs on Thursday night and tried them out.
Adam Schofield of Oak Creek, the new owner of Stubs, said he was impressed with the prosthesis and hoped that Stubbs would get used to them.
WyomingCheyenne: one of the largest and most powerful steam locomotives in the world, after five years of repair work, began a large-scale debut. Big Boy No.
On Saturday morning, hundreds of viewers watched the launch of 4014 people from the joint Pacific repair store in Cheyenne.
Next, it will travel to Ogden, Utah, to help celebrate the 150 th anniversary of the trans-continental railway.
The big boy engine transports 1940 and 1950 of cargo between Wyoming and Utah.
There are still 8 of the 25 big boys built, but only this one can run.
The big boy\'s locomotive is longer than the two city buses.
It is heavier than a Boeing 747 jet full of passengers, but it is strong enough to pull 16 free statues in the mountains.
From the staff and Wired report, the article was originally presented in USA Today: Filthadelphia, 3D-
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