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Gabriel Tynes

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Mobile, AL, United States

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Past articles by Gabriel:

New southern aluminum plants bet big on evolving domestic market

The nation’s first new flat-rolled aluminum mills in 40 years were announced last year, as the domestic aluminum market bounces back from global saturation and embraces sustainability. → Read More

Storm-weary South targeted by more severe weather

As tornado-ravaged areas continue to recover from recent storms, a rare offshore storm warning has been issued, indicating winds could surpass 70 mph and waves could reach 11 feet. → Read More

European inflation rate falls for second straight month

While prices for energy, goods and services remain higher than what was recorded in 2021, inflation is trending downward since reaching a high last October. → Read More

Tornado strikes Selma as strong storm threatens the South

The deadly storm caused widespread damage in Alabama and Georgia. → Read More

EU greenhouse gas emissions down 22% since 2008

Nearly every industry has achieved decreases in emissions, with manufacturing and households now topping the charts. → Read More

GDP, employment growth up but slowing in EU

Despite a slower third quarter, the EU’s statistics agency reports Europe’s economy is growing at a faster annual rate than the U.S., driven by investments in fixed assets and the purchase of household goods. → Read More

Survey finds strong support for Democratic Party among Latinos

According to a survey conducted last month, abortion has risen as a key issue for Latino voters heading into November’s midterm election. Latinos are also more likely to support gun control and less likely to emphasize border security. → Read More

Environmentalists sue to protect rare Tennessee fish

Just five small populations of the Barrens darter are still known to exist along a single river in central Tennessee. An environmental group says the government was wrong to deny the fish Endangered Species Act protections. → Read More

Inflation tops 10% in European Union

Inflation is rising faster in Europe than in the U.S., driven by the cost of energy, food and services. Meanwhile, excess mortality in the EU remains high but is lower than the worst periods of the pandemic. → Read More

US Navy seeks public comment on Enterprise disposal

The USS Enterprise was the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier in the world. Decommissioned in 2017, the Navy is currently exploring options for its dismantlement, but the process is time consuming and expensive. → Read More

Annual alligator hunts return to Southeast

The population of American alligators has rebounded since the species was removed from the endangered list in 1987. Several states manage limited hunts in the late summer. → Read More

Small town residents sue chemical manufacturer over chlorine gas releases

At least four times in the past two years, the Olin chemical plant in McIntosh, Alabama has released deadly chlorine gas. Surrounding residents claim the chemical industry’s negligence has influenced their neighborhood’s slow decline. → Read More

Black Alabama students continue to face disproportionate access to education in state school districts

In separate federal court cases dating back to 1963, two Alabama school systems reached agreements to expand opportunities and resources for Black students. But more than 700 school districts and charter schools nationwide are subject to similar cases and a recent study indicates progress varies. → Read More

Republican attorneys general take aim at USDA’s gender discrimination guidance

Perhaps emboldened by a recent injunction granted against two federal agencies, a coalition of 22 attorneys general have returned to the same court to make a similar argument on behalf of food assistance programs in public schools. → Read More

Fossilized polyps change timeline on evolution of jellyfish family

Evolutionary biologists believe a cnidarian fossil discovered in the U.K. predates similar findings by 25 million years. → Read More

Share of young adults living at home has nearly tripled since 1970s

A new report from the Pew Research Center lists student loan debt, educational attainment and housing costs among the reasons fewer people are flying the coop. But multigenerational housing arrangements can also insulate young adults from poverty. → Read More

Fish tagging program offers Gulf anglers $250 prize

The federal government recognizes the migratory greater amberjack as overfished in the Gulf of Mexico. Congress recently funded a new effort to understand how three populations of the fish move, reproduce and interact, offering anglers who reel one in a $250 reward for reporting details about their catch. → Read More