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First Alert Weather Alert extended: Monitoring gusty and dusty conditions through Sunday

A First Alert Weather Alert has been extended through Sunday evening due to potentially damaging gusty winds. We are monitoring both air quality and visibility concerns through the rest of this weekend. A Wind Advisory and High Wind Warning have been extended by the National Weather Service through 10 p.m. Sunday. Winds of 35-45 MPH

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First Alert Weather Alert: Local flood risk and heavy mountain snow

An atmospheric river continues to impact Southern California, delivering heavy rain to parts of Riverside County and creating the threat of flooding. While the highest rainfall totals will stay west of the desert, the Coachella Valley can still experience flooding, especially through the washes and low-lying areas. A Flood Watch will last through early Wednesday morning

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First Alert Weather Alert: Gusty winds bring road closures, other impacts to Coachella Valley

The First Alert Weather Team has issued a First Alert Weather Alert for incoming west winds bringing gusty conditions locally. ROAD CLOSURE ALERT: N. INDIAN CANYON AT THE WASH. Closed due to blowing sand and low visibility. pic.twitter.com/QXUiJIzZvR— City of Palm Springs (@CityofPS) November 28, 2022 The City of Palm Springs closed North Indian Canyon

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First Alert Weather Alert: Flood Watch in effect through midnight

A First Alert Weather Alert remains through midnight tonight as tropical moisture moves through Southern California. KESQ Kay continues to become disorganized, now just a remnant low off the coast, still sending bands of scattered showers across the region. Read the final advisory on this storm from the National Hurricane Center here. KESQ A Flood

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Abu Ghraib military contractor warned bosses of abuses 2 weeks after arriving, testimony reveals

By MATTHEW BARAKAT Associated Press ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A civilian contractor sent to work as an interrogator at Iraq’s infamous Abu Ghraib prison resigned within two weeks of his arrival and told his corporate bosses that mistreatment of detainees was likely to continue. Jurors saw the October 2003 email from the interrogator who worked

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