close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for September 28 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday awarded an $82.45 million grant for what she said will be a transformative project to expand broadband service in the state. Ivey said the grant will be used by Fiber Utility Network, a corporation formed by eight rural electric cooperatives to fund a "middle-mile" broadband network to help close gaps in service. The Fiber Utility Network will create a network that will connect almost 3000 miles of existing and new fiber infrastructure within a three-year period, Ivey's office said. Once connected, residents will have the ability to become a customer of last-mile broadband providers. Ivey said expanding broadband is a journey, not a short trip, that ends with giving "everyone in Alabama, no matter where they live, the … [Read more...] about Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announces ‘transformative’ broadband expansion in the state
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This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 9 Nobody quite knew what compelled Zachary Didier, a floppy-haired, straight-A high school student from Placer County, to buy what he thought were opioid painkillers from a dealer over Snapchat. But what was likely an impulsive decision, made during a pandemic lockdown, changed everything for the Didier family. Seventeen-year-old Zachary died two days after Christmas in 2020 from intoxication by fentanyl, the cheap and supremely powerful drug often laced into illicit pills that traffickers peddle online. The Rocklin teenager’s father found him sitting at a computer in his bedroom, one arm cradling his head while the other rested on a mouse. Friends Zachary had kept since third grade served as pallbearers at his funeral. An acceptance letter from UCLA arrived three months later. Amid the mourning, Zachary’s death became part of a critical … [Read more...] about A 17-year-old died from a fentanyl-laced pill. Was it an accident or a homicide?
0 Business Supplies of carbon dioxide typically tighten in the fall, but the pandemic has worsened the situation for America's independent brewers. Beth Dalbey , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply ACROSS AMERICA — The nation’s breweries have a new, ahem, “ale-ment” — a shortage of carbon dioxide, a critical ingredient in beer making. “Not a pretty picture,” Bart Watson, the chief economist for the Brewers Association , said of the CO2 shortage in a mid-September tweet. His tweet included a graph plotting the rising costs faced by the 5,600 small and independent U.S. breweries the trade group represents. Small brewers have been whipsawed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by rising costs of paper goods, aluminum, malt (the grains needed to make beer) and freight. None of the costs has risen as sharply as that of CO2, a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that gives brews their frothy bubbles and blocks oxidization … [Read more...] about New ‘Ale-ment’ Afflicts America’s Small Breweries: CO2 Shortage