The Staten Island, New York, resident and her husband, Ronnie, hired a local entrepreneur to spruce up their yard by spraying it with a deep-green organic dye.By Monday, the couple's property was aglow with newly green blades of grass and no watering needed to sustain it.The FBI issued a nationwide bulletin to law enforcement warning of possible violence when the Ferguson grand jury's decision comes down on whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown.
Now retired, he spends much of his time in the region, and works to prepare families for future natural disasters.
As if the coincidence of having Hurricane Gustav threaten the Gulf Coast wasn't enough, "Tropical Depression 8" has formed and is set to become Tropical Storm Hanna... Both cities have close concentration of people, many people live in high rise.
and it's quite possible by the end of next week, ' Hanna' could head towards the city General Honoré warned us about. Houston has a lot of chemical plants and a lot of stored poisonous gases, things that are ‘industrial grade’ stored in their port.
The environmentally-friendly turf dyes, which are also used for football fields, have become a hot commodity for those in the Midwest, South, and Northeast who have been affected by this summer’s erratic weather conditions.
When this summer's drought turned her prized lawn brown, Terri Lo Primo fought back, but not with sprinklers: She had it painted green, making her suddenly lush-appearing yard the envy of her neighbourhood.
He also likens BP to a "mugger" and then "having the burglar determine what the compensation is." The Gulf of Mexico needs to be saturated with military power says the retired General. We'll have our candid conversation with Russel Honoré tonight on AC 360.