A massive blackout power outage has affected many in upper Manhattan, Midtown and the upper west side of New York.
Nearly 45,000 customers are without power this Saturday evening. The subway stations are working with Con Edison to determine the root of the power outage and several stations are being bypassed by all trains. The blackout stopped subway services, traffic lights, elevators, and halted broadway shows in the area.
Joplin Mo- Joplin police and detectives are currently investigating after a woman’s body was found in a drainage ditch. Around 1 o-clock Saturday, near 2400 block of Perkins and Walnut street. Someone passing notified and took the correct action by calling local authorities.
Police don’t suspect any foul play at this time. The coroner’s office will transport the body for a autopsy to help identify the cause of death. Local authorities aren’t releasing the name of the woman, so her family can be notified.
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UPDATE 7-15-19 – The woman found deceased has been identified as Adriene Myers 39, of Joplin.
A deadly plant disease found in California and Oregon now is threatening oak trees in Missouri. State agriculture inspectors confirmed Sudden Oak Death disease was damaging trees and other plant life throughout Missouri.
State inspectors confirmed nearly more than 100 cases of Sudden Oak Death disease at more than 100 Missouri nurseries in the past month. The deadly disease is a fungus that kills trees and plants.
Missouri Walmart’s have received these suspect plants. State inspectors said Missourians bought most of the infected plants between March and June 2019 at Walmart and Rural King stores. Signs of Oak Death Disease are wilting or browning leaves, leaf spots and twig die-backs.
State Entomologist said “We’ve gone and collected samples at all of those locations. They don’t have confirmation of the pathogen in Mid-Missouri at this point, but the diagnostics are still ongoing.”
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A tropicalweather system in the Gulf of Mexico forced mandatory evacuations in parts of Louisiana on Thursday, as a potentialhurricane is expected to spark flash flooding in places likeNew Orleans.
The National Hurricane Center said Tropical Storm Barry is located about 95 miles south-southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River is expected to strengthen into a hurricane by late Friday and make landfall by early Saturday along the Louisiana coast. Barry is the second named storm of the hurricane season.
Flooding is the strongest threat with heavy rain, Strong and damaging winds are also on hurricane Barry’s track. Some tornadoes are possible especially near the coast and can’t be ruled out. With isolated amounts of rain of nearly 20 inches.