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Christine Fernando


Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Christine:

Tropical Storm Ian could be major hurricane by Tuesday; Statewide emergency in Florida declared

Ian became a tropical storm Friday. Forecasters say it may strengthen into a hurricane with the potential to hit Florida in coming days. → Read More

Hurricane Fiona hurtles through Bermuda; Atlantic Canada braces for 'historic storm'

The Canadian Hurricane Centre called Hurricane Fiona a "historic storm for eastern Canada" and a "potential landmark weather event." → Read More

Wildfires in US: 2 firefighting helicopter pilots die in Idaho; evacuations near Yosemite

Multiple wildfires raged in the U.S. on Saturday, causing deaths, evacuations and damage to structures. → Read More

Russia, Ukraine sign UN agreements to free up Ukrainian grain exports; US announces $270M aid package: Live updates

Amid a growing global food crisis, Russia and Ukraine signed separate agreements to allow Russia to export grain and fertilizer. Latest updates. → Read More

UK breaks its record for highest temperature ever recorded as heat wave broils Europe

The UK's weather office announced a temperature of 40.2 Celsius was provisionally recorded, crushing a previous record of 38.7 C in 2019. → Read More

Tropical Storm Colin expected to drench South, North Carolina over Fourth of July weekend

Tropical storm conditions are expected Saturday morning in South Carolina before spreading to North Carolina later Saturday through Sunday. → Read More

Yellowstone National Park hit by record flooding, rockslides; Gov. Gianforte declares statewide disaster: What we know

All entrances to Yellowstone National Park remained closed Tuesday amid historic flooding and dangerous rockslides. → Read More

'Stay home': Tropical storm conditions to hit Florida as storm soaks Miami, strands cars

The storm system, dubbed Potential Tropical Cyclone One by the National Hurricane Center, would be named Alex if it becomes a tropical storm. → Read More

Harvard announces $100M to fund efforts to redress its ties to slavery

A report released Tuesday found that Harvard University enslaved more than 70 people in the 17th and 18th centuries. → Read More

Tornado strikes New Orleans: 1 reported dead outside city, search and rescue teams deployed

A large tornado touched down Tuesday evening in New Orleans, Louisiana, the National Weather Service said. → Read More

K-12 students are becoming activists, drawing on lessons from historic fight for ethnic studies

Decades ago, college students demanded equitable curriculums. Today, the battleground has moved to the K-12 level amid critical race theory bans. → Read More

'Finally': Tuskegee Airmen honored 73 years after competition win was 'swept under the rug'

The 332nd Fighter Group, better known as the Tuskegee Airmen, made history in 1949 as winners of a gunnery competition that drew top Air Force pilots. → Read More

10 people injured, 3 taken to hospital after snow-covered bridge collapses in Pittsburgh

Ten people were injured and three were transported to the hospital after a snow-covered bridge in Pittsburgh collapsed Friday morning. → Read More

CDC recommends higher quality masks as cases surge; more school districts shift to remote learning: COVID-19 updates

School districts shift to remote learning amid worsening teacher shortages. Novak Djokovic faces deportation from Australia over the vaccine. COVID-19 updates. → Read More

Most states see rising COVID cases as winter surge fears grow; some states expand booster access. Latest COVID-19 updates

The delta variant and waning immunity may set progress in the fight against COVID back this winter, especially as more people gather indoors. → Read More

Americans are eating too much salt. So the FDA wants food manufacturers to cut back on sodium.

The FDA is urging food manufacturers and restaurants to reduce the salt in their products in an effort to cut Americans’ sodium intake by 12%. → Read More

'I'm a paraplegic': Bodycam video shows Ohio police dragging man from car, despite protests

Dayton police said the man was taken to a hospital, examined and released. Police asked for the community's patience during an investigation. → Read More

'We will not go quietly': Women's March organizes over 500 marches nationwide for reproductive rights

The event was announced Sept. 2, the day Texas's new abortion legislation banning abortions after six weeks took effect. → Read More

Federal arrest warrant issued for Gabby Petito's fiancé, Brian Laundrie, FBI says

An arrest warrant has been issued for Gabby Petito's fiancé, Brian Laundrie, who is still missing after more than a week. → Read More

Gabby Petito remains missing as authorities search vast Florida reserve for fiancé Brian Laundrie

The family of Brian Laundrie, Petito's 23-year-old fiancé, told police in Florida on Friday that they haven’t seen him since Tuesday. → Read More