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    On May 3, Clark County Animal Protection Services found this tiny 4-week-old kitten named Savannah in a dumpster fire and rushed her to The Animal Foundation. She was alive but very badly burned and in immense pain. Thanks to the hard work of veterinarians and volunteers, the resilient girl is now on the long road to recovery. Source: KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas/Youtube Her injuries are deeper than the rescue originally thought. She has fur loss and burns, and her skin is starting to shed on her paws, face, and tail, said The Animal Foundation. Source: 8 News NOW Las Vegas/Youtube “Her fur and whiskers were singed,” Animal Foundation Communications Director Kelsey Pizzi tells Daily Paws. “Her paws were also burned, so we had to put tiny little bandages on her paws.” Burn wounds can easily become infected, and she’s even more susceptible because she’s so young. Savannah is currently receiving around-the-clock care and being carefully treated, the rescue reported in a Facebook post. She was placed in an incubator to keep her warm, and she has...
    Mark O’Dell (pictured) is creating self-guided tours for some of Savannah’s most famous grave sites. The tours were created as part of his graduate program. / GSU A Georgia Southern graduate student is sharing the stories of community leaders from Savannah’s past. His self-guided tours bring visitors to their graves and shows how they helped build their communities. Savannah holds some of the richest history this country has to offer. One Georgia Southern University student is making it easier to interact with that history. Mark O’Dell will graduate with a public history master’s degree through the College of Arts and Humanities in the 2022 Spring Commencement ceremony. In his free time, you can find him scouring through the archives of the Georgia Historical Society. Other times, you can find him working in a cemetery. “A few years back, I took photos for the cemetery conservation department as a fun way to do volunteer work,” said O’Dell. “When it came time to decide what my thesis project was going to be,...
    An amber alert was cancelled after a missing 9-year-old Maryland girl from Carroll County was found in Baltimore County.  Savannah Heaton with her aunt in Westminster when she was abducted by her 33-year-old sister, Magen Wallen on Tuesday, May 10, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (MCMEC).  Savannah was found safe and unharmed while Wallen was taken into police custody. 
    UPDATE: Maryland State Police said Savannah Heaston has been located unharmed in Baltimore County and the suspect is in custody. An amber alert has been issued for a missing 9-year-old Maryland girl from Carroll County.  Savannah Heaton was last seen in Westminster on Tuesday, May 10, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (MCMEC). She is believed to be in the company of her mother, 33-year-old Magen Wallen.  Savannah is described as a White female, with blonde hair and blue eyes. Meanwhile Magen is described as as White female with blonde hair, blue eyes, standing about 5'3," and weighing 160 pounds.  The duo was last seen in a tan 2033 Chevrolet Tahoe with Maryland plates 9DM4538. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Carroll County Sheriff's Office at 410-386-5900 or 911.
    TODAY co-host Savannah Guthrie made an appearance on the show and gave colleagues and viewers a health update after being separated from her kids on Mother's Day. On Saturday, the 50-year-old revealed on Instagram she had tested positive for Covid for a second time. 3Today co-host Savannah Guthrie goes make-up free as she gives health update on the show via videoconference after disclosing on Instagram over the weekend she had COVID for a second timeCredit: NBC Guthrie posted a picture of the test with a caption that read in part, "So this happened - again! Covid +, air filter on "turbo" and it will be an isolating Mother's Day for this mama!!!...Thankful to be vaccinated!" This morning Today host Hoda Kotb and her colleagues checked in on a make-up free Guthrie to see how she was feeling via videoconference. She said she felt "great and just had a little cold", adding she was lucky," before joking, "honestly, having five days to myself, no kids, no husband, can you imagine?" According to Hello! Guthrie shared several posts on Instagram on Mother's...
    (CNN)The Amazon rainforest may be nearing a critical tipping point that could see the biologically rich and diverse ecosystem transformed into a grassy savannah. The fate of the rainforest is crucial to the health of the planet because it is home to a unique array of animal and plant life, stores a huge amount of carbon and strongly influences global weather patterns.Scientists say that about three quarters of the rainforest is showing signs of "resilience loss" -- a reduced ability to recover from disturbances like droughts, logging and fires. Their study is based on month-to-month observations of satellite data from the past 20 years that has mapped the biomass (the area's organic material ) and the greenness of the forest to show how it has changed in response to fluctuating weather conditions.This decreasing resilience since the early 2000s is a warning sign of irreversible decline, the authors said. While it isn't possible to tell exactly when the transition from rainforest to savannah might happen, once it was obvious, it would be too late to stop. Delay means death: Were...
    (CNN)Archaeologists have hauled up 12 more Revolutionary War-era cannons from the Savannah River, a remarkable find that raises questions about which vessels carried them and precisely how they ended up in the water.The local district of the US Army Corps of Engineers, which is in charge of the deepening of the channel in Savannah's busy harbor, on Tuesday posted a video and photos about the discoveries.Last month's raising of the rusted artifacts brings to 15 the number of cannons, plus fragments of another, found in the past year during preparation for the port expansion project. "There is no telling what all is down there," Corps district archaeologist Andrea Farmer told CNN, saying "so much of the river is unknown."That's because the river bottom is strewn with everything from Native American pottery that was pushed downstream, to a small amount of debris from a Civil War ironclad that sank in 1864 and other vessels lost over time in the colonial Georgia city. Archaeologists said they would have expected the cannons to have been found during maintenance dredging.Read MoreOne of the artillery...
    SAVANNAH Chrisley reportedly smashed a WINDOW with her bare hand to stop her boyfriend Nic Kerdiles from attempting suicide. The reality star’s friend made the claims during a frantic 911 call. 5Savannah smashed a window with her bare handCredit: USA 5The TV personality rushed to help her boyfriend Nic during a suicide attemptCredit: Instagram One day after it was revealed that Nic, 28, attempted suicide, new information has been released about the shocking incident. After obtaining the 911 call, TMZ reported that Savannah, 24, and her father Todd, 52, rushed to action to help Nic during an alleged mental breakdown. The Chrisley Knows Best stars were heard on the 911 call on Monday night outside a Nashville home. Law enforcement sources told the outlet that the call came in to help a suicidal man, who was reportedly holding a gun to his head. Todd and Savannah believed Nic, who was previously engaged to the 24-year-old- was in the middle of a psychotic episode. CRIES FOR HELP Savannah was heard screaming in the background of the 911 call, which was made...
    Vaccinated and boosted Today host Savannah Guthrie has revealed she has COVID, just days after her co-anchor Hoda Kotb announced that she had tested positive for the coronavirus.  The 50-year-old shared the news of her positive test at the top of Monday's morning show, which she joined via live video feed from her home in New York, where she is currently isolating.   Speaking to her co-host Kotb, 57, who returned to the studio this morning after receiving two negative tests, having been absent from the show on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Guthrie joked that the pair had 'traded places', before assuring viewers that she is doing well and is only suffering from 'a little sniffles'.  'Here we go Hoda, we're trading places,' the mother-of-two said. 'I'm working from home, you're back in the studio. You have a negative test for COVID, I just tested positive for COVID, so here we go.'  Guthrie - who received her first dose of the COVID vaccine live on the Today show in April - added that her symptoms are very mild, saying that she has...
    GROWING Up Chrisley fans think Savannah Chrisley has split from fiancé Nic Kerdiles AGAIN. The speculation comes after the 24-year-old shared a cryptic Instagram post about “breakups.” 5Savannah's fans think she broke up with Nic againCredit: Instagram 5The TV personality shared a cryptic post about 'breakups'Credit: Instagram 5Savannah and Nic reconciled in August after calling off the engagementCredit: Instagram Savannah took to her business Sassy by Savannah’s Instagram account on Wednesday to share a text post, which read: “Roses are red. Breakups suck. But don’t worry girl, you’ll have better luck.” The account captioned the post: “Words to live by ????❤️” Shortly after the brand’s account posted the photos, Chrisley Knows Best fans rushed to the comments section to wonder if Savannah and Nic, 27, split again. One person wrote: “Oh nooooo.....I hope this isn't u and Nic. ????” Another wrote: “Awwwwww I feel so sad for you!!!!!” Most read in EntertainmentHOWIE'S HORROR Howie Mandel son gives update on dad's health as he 'lies lifeless on floor'HOWIE'S HEALTH SCARE Howie Mandel rushed to hospital after fainting at LA StarbucksPOOSH-ING FANS...
    What’s the Cheapest Way to Stream Messi’s P.S.G. Matches? Shohei Ohtani Is Clearly Baseballs Most Valuable Player: Unchecked Mommy's little helpers! © Provided by People Savannah Guthrie/Instagram On Thursday, Savannah Guthrie, 49, shared a series of adorable photos to Instagram of her two kids keeping her company off-screen at her home studio where she occasionally films Today. While Guthrie co-hosts the show, her two children, son Charles "Charley" Max, 4½, and daughter Vale, 7, keep themselves occupied by creating colorful drawings off to the side. "Behind the scenes of the Work From Home bureau ????," Guthrie captioned the cute snaps. Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. © Savannah Guthrie/Instagram Savannah Guthrie shares son Charley, 4½, and daughter Vale, 7, with husband Michael Feldman View this post on Instagram RELATED: Savannah Guthrie Honors 'Sweet' Daughter Vale's 7th Birthday: 'You Make My Heart Soar with Pride' Several of Guthrie's fellow TV anchors replied...
    NBC Today's star anchors have shared of their joy of being in Japan for the Olympics, despite Covid preventing them from roaming freely around Tokyo. Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, and Craig Melvin have been largely confined to their hotel which houses their fifth-floor balcony studio overlooking Tokyo Bay and the city's very own Statue of Liberty. The fourth host Hoda Kotb has been able to report from the gymnastics competition but is also compelled to return to NBC's hotel base to ensure their staff remain safe. The most the team of four have been able to see of the sprawling city is from an open top bus tour afforded them by local officials and sushi that has been provided at a special sitting inside their hotel. Only Savannah has been to Tokyo before in her previous role as a White House correspondent for NBC, while Al feels a little bit more at home as one of his three children, is working alongside him for NBC in Japan. Today show hosts Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker, and Craig Melvin...
    Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: WD-40, Camping World, KeyCorp & more Jim Cramer sees market opportunities, lays out 7 themes for the second half of 2021 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft The Fastest Way To Pay Off $10,000 In Credit Card Debt Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © TheWrap "Jeopardy!" just hasn't been the same since Alex Trebek's final episodes -- and neither have its ratings. OK, so that's a little unfair. The "Jeopardy!" ratings were of course boosted by interest in seeing Trebek off. And they stayed high due to the intrigue of seeing someone other than Trebek -- initially, legendary champion Ken Jennings -- host the popular quiz program.While the Nielsen numbers for the Sony Television game show have since tapered off a bit from there, "Jeopardy!" has still topped all other syndicated series most weeks since Trebek's final bow. Also...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A tragic update on a missing person case in Baltimore Thursday afternoon as the remains of missing 26-year-old Tara Savannah Payne were found in the water near Canton. Her body was recovered just off of the 1200 block of Dockside Circle, police confirmed. READ MORE: Tara Savannah Payne Went Missing After Night Out In Baltimore Now, the medical examiner will determine Savannah’s cause of death. Her grieving family said they still need more answers. “As far as the investigation, I don’t feel it’s wrapped up,” Jimmy Payne, her father, said. “We’re glad that Savannah was brought home to us, we’re thankful for the community for the outpouring of people from Canton, in the city.” For Jimmy Payne, who worked previously as a Baltimore City firefighter and diver, what’s happened Thursday was a nightmare. His daughter, who was last seen celebrating her birthday with friends in Canton early Tuesday morning, found dead after an extensive search. Our hearts go out to retired #BMORESBravest Captain Payne, his family, and all who grieve the loss of Savannah Payne. pic.twitter.com/Yst2zs5LqH — Baltimore...
    POLICE are calling for help to locate 26-year-old Tara Payne. She went missing in late March, 2021 without a trace. 1Tara Payne AKA Savannah Payne Who is Tara Payne AKA Savannah from Baltimore? Tara Payne, also known as Savannah Payne, is a women from Baltimore who recently disappeared. She is approximately 5 feet, 7 inches tall and weighs about 115 pounds. When did she go missing? According to police, she was last seen on March 23, 2021, at approximately 1:30 a.m., in the 2800 block of O’Donnell Street. Most read in US News'WHAT ARE THESE?'Shocked dad & son film '10 dancing UFO's' above their homeExclusiveGRIEF TO HORROR Horrified family of Boulder 'shooter' thought he was a VICTIM of massacre‘DANGEROUS WORLD'Spring breaker drugged & raped wrote about people's 'true intentions'BIZARRE FINDMan 'finds shrimp tails, rat poop, and dental floss' in Cinnamon Toast CrunchDIVERSITY DRAMADem Senator says she'll NOT vote for any straight, white Biden nomineesRACIST RANTShocking moment anti-masker 'Karen' mom calls black cashier 'b**** a** n*****' Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is urged to contact the Southeast District’s Missing...
    USUALLY raucous St Patrick’s Day partying in New York were dramatically curtailed for a second year running amid fears of super-spreading events.  The rousing parade did return to the streets of the Big Apple but without the spectacle of huge crowds of revellers as the event was largely virtual.  10While a small procession took place from the Cathedral, the parade is mostly virtualCredit: Getty 10New York Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan prays with a woman outside of St. Patrick’s Cathedral before mass in New York,Credit: EPA 10Archbishop of New York, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, greets people in the Saint Patrick's Cathedral during a private Mass for invited guestsCredit: Rex Last year’s St Patrick’s Day was cancelled as the pandemic ripped through New York City as bars, restaurants and schools were closed. So far Covid-19 has killed more than 30,300 residents.  But this year, the annual shindig paying tribute to Irish Americans — which organizers say started in 1762 — was back, albeit with a dramatic slimmed-down event.  Mayor Bill de Blasio was among a small group of early risers who gathered...
    Three cannons discovered during routine dredging of the Savannah River are believed to be from a British warship that was intentionally scuttled during the Revolutionary War. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers revealed the discovery in photos published this week, after recovering the pre-Civil War artillery pieces while clearing the river of obstructions. Tentative research suggests the cannons may be linked to the HMS Rose, the British naval terror that was scuttled in the river to block French forces from rendering aid to the Americans during the Revolutionary War. 'This was an exciting find while we were doing regular maintenance dredging to ensure the Savannah River stays navigable for some of the large ships coming in,' U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Archaeologist Andrea Farmer told WRDW-TV.  Three cannons discovered during routine dredging of the Savannah River are believed to be from a British warship, the HMS Rose, that was scuttled during the Revolutionary War. Tentative research suggests the cannons may be linked to the HMS Rose, the British naval terror that was scuttled in the river to block French...
    SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Workers dredging muck from the Savannah harbor unexpectedly scooped up three cannons that likely predate the Civil War, officials said Friday. The Army Corps of Engineers said a hinged clamshell dredge that was preparing a section of the Savannah River for deepening in late February unearthed five artifacts from the riverbed. In addition to the cannons, workers discovered a ship's anchor and a large piece of wood with flat sides shaped by tools, such as a beam or a plank. “It looks pre-Civil War from what we can see of it," said Billy Birdwell, spokesman for the Army Corps' Savannah District. "Of course, it’s totally encrusted in stuff.” Birdwell said archaeologists are looking for clues to the artifacts' origins and are almost certain they're not related to the sunken Confederate gunship CSS Georgia, which was excavated by divers in the harbor in 2015. Dredging has been temporarily halted in the area of the river where the items were discovered, Birdwell said, while officials determine whether to search for more artifacts. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights...
    Vulnerable elephant populations are now being tracked from space using Earth-observation satellites and a type of artificial intelligence (AI) called machine learning. As part of an international project, researchers are using satellite images processed with computer algorithms, which are trained with more than 1,000 images of elephants to help spot the creatures.  With machine learning, the algorithms can count elephants even on 'complex geographical landscapes', such as those dotted with trees and shrubs.    Researchers say this method is a promising new tool for surveying endangered wildlife and can detect animals with the same accuracy as humans. Elephants in woodland as seen from space. Green rectangles show elephants detected by the algorithm, red rectangles show elephants verified by humans. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mystery of why the Sun's corona is chemically different to... NASA claims premature shutdown of Space Launch System... SpaceX successfully launches another 60 Starlink satellites... Antarctic penguins' breeding grounds could be safeguarded... Share this article Share The technique allows vast areas of land to be scanned in...
    David Sparks (pictured Thursday), 25, of Kentucky, was sentenced Thursday to 50 years in prison for killing Savannah Spurlock, 22, whose remains were found buried in a shallow grave A Kentucky man was sentenced Thursday to 50 years in prison for killing a young mother whose remains were found buried in a shallow grave six months after she disappeared. David Sparks, 25, pleaded guilty earlier this month to charges of murder, tampering with physical evidence and abuse of a corpse in the death last year of Savannah Spurlock, 22. Spurlock was last seen in January 2019 leaving a Lexington bar with Sparks and two other men. Garrard Circuit Judge Hunter Daugherty handed down the sentence recommended by Commonwealth's Attorney Andy Sims during a short virtual hearing.  Sims said the sentence was at the high end of what Sparks could have faced if the case went to trial. 'We didn't have proof beyond a reasonable doubt of any aggravating circumstances,' Sims told Courier Journal.  'So, because we didn't have any aggravators, we couldn't seek the three highest penalties in the...
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