5 Things to Know for November 18th: Blizzard, Twitter, Student Loans, Home, North Korea – News-Daily.com | Vette Leader

As parts of the east coast face a spate of winter weather hazards this weekend, millions of people on the west coast will be under firewatch. In recent years, firefighters have been keen to try new technologies and tools to avert large wildfires. One solution combines drones with “dragon eggs,” which can help prevent extreme … Read more

5 things to know for November 18th: Blizzard, Twitter, Student Loans, Home, North Korea – The Albany Herald | Vette Leader

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5 things to know for November 18th: Blizzard, Twitter, Student Loans, House, North Korea – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — As parts of the east coast face a spate of winter weather hazards this weekend, millions of people on the west coast will be under firewatch. In recent years, firefighters have been keen to try new technologies and tools to avert large wildfires. One solution combines drones with “dragon eggs,” which can help … Read more

people help people | Harrison County Columns | wvnews.com – WV News | Vette Leader

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5 things to know for September 30: Ian, Supreme Court, Ukraine, student loans, space junk – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — You cannot predict the future, but you can do your best to prepare for it. According to a survey of more than 1,100 US retirees, 70% of respondents wish their younger selves had saved more and started building larger retirement savings sooner. Here’s what you need to know Stay connected and get on … Read more

5 things to know for September 27: Hurricane Ian, Japan, Trump, student loans, Ukraine – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — The CIA has a museum with exhibits featuring spy equipment, declassified artifacts, and items such as the folder envelopes and tray used in President Joe Biden’s daily briefing. Interested in a visit? Well, unfortunately the museum isn’t open to the public – but the agency has shared some very interesting pictures of the … Read more

Homeowners Left Homeless: Shelby County Owns More Tax For Sale Properties Than Any Investor – Action News 5 | Vette Leader

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) — Archie Robinson almost lost his home when it was sold to an investor in a tax sale, but research from The Investigators shows that most properties in the Shelby County tax sale were sold are not bought by investors, but by the district itself. When Robinson moved into the childhood home … Read more

Homeowners Left Homeless: Thousands May Not Have Known Their Homes Would Be Auctioned By Shelby County Govt – Action News May 5 | Vette Leader

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) — Investigators are examining hundreds of Shelby County properties that have been auctioned off during the pandemic because owners fell behind on their tax bills. Research with our partners at the University of Memphis Institute for Public Service Reporting found that many of these homeowners may not have received notification of the … Read more

Local tax sales continued during pandemic, prompting evictions – Action News 5 | Vette Leader

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) — Denise Thomas and Jack Mitchell bought their first home together more than fifteen years ago on Harris Avenue, just a stone’s throw from the historic Orange Mound neighborhood, which was one of the first subdivisions planned specifically for African Americans some of whom viewed home ownership as a platform for wealth … Read more

What Student Loan Termination Could Mean for Your Budget – WJTV | Vette Leader

(NerdWallet) – The Biden administration last month announced plans for federal relief on student loans. The plans include debt relief of up to $10,000 for borrowers who meet the income requirements and up to $20,000 for Pell Grant recipients. Beyond the cancellation, the proposal also extended the pause in loan repayments until the end of … Read more