MADISON, Wis. (MNS) – A long-running dispute over patents related to cattle semen sorting technology continued Jan. 29, with a Texas company claiming in a new lawsuit that a Wisconsin breeder is still infringing on the patents after it was told by a judge to stop.
By JOE KELLY
Despite a near disaster in 2017 at the nation’s tallest dam, operators and regulators of California’s high-riskdams have been slow to react and plan for catastrophic failures, according to a state audit released Thursday.
From the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where Martin Luther King Jr.’s voice rang out in a clarion call for justice 57 years ago, Breonna Taylor’s mother heard tens of thousands gathered around the reflecting pool cry out her daughter’s name in thundering unison Friday.
California announced an additional $147 million earmarked for homeless housing projects across the state on Friday, the latest in a rapid-fire effort to house people living on the street during the Covid-19 pandemic.