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Juneteenth organizers in Columbia provide water, shade for Wednesday’s events amid heatwave

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Temperatures are continuing to rise in Mid-Missouri amidst a heatwave this week. Temperatures this week climbed past 90 degrees, however, the heat has not putting a damper on Columbia’s Juneteenth celebrations. Many events were held around the city on Wednesday in observance of the holiday. Executive Board Member for CoMo Juneteenth Celebration

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Alberto, season’s first named tropical storm, dumps rain on Texas and Mexico, which reports 3 deaths

By ALFREDO PEÑA and MARIANA MARTÍNEZ BARBA Associated Press TAMPICO, Mexico (AP) — Tropical Storm Alberto formed Wednesday in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, the first named storm of what is forecast to be a busy hurricane season. Authorities in Mexico reported three deaths from its rains. Alberto, which is bringing strong winds, heavy rainfall

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