Singapore-Malaysia vaccinated travel lane: Water cannon salute as SIA VTL flight lands in KL

SQ108 is the first vaccinated travel lane (VTL) flight under the Singapore-Malaysia VTL to land at KL International Airport. About 240 passengers were on board. The flight was greeted with a water cannon salute and passengers broke out in applause on board.

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Jackson, Mississippi Is Facing A Water Crisis

Nearly 150,000 residents in Jackson, Mississippi await funding from President Biden’s infrastructure bill to repair city’s on-going water crisis.» Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc

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Jackson, Mississippi Is Facing A Water Crisis

Iqaluit residents without tap water for more than 40 days

Iqaluit Mayor Kenny Bell joins Power & Politics to talk about the water crisis and the need for mental health support in the city.

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Water witches, or dousers, are finding new clients in a drier California

Drought-stricken farmers in California are turning to an unscientific practice known as dousing to try to find enough water for their crops. Carter Evans goes on the hunt with a self-proclaimed "water witch."

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Arroyo Grande Water Damage Specialists Releases Tips for ‘Emergency Steps When Your House is Flooding’

The first thought when walking into a bathroom or laundry room and stepping in a pool of water is to stop the source of water. “While this is a logical thought,” said Mark Powers from SERVPRO of Pismo Beach /Arroyo Grande, “ it may not be the wisest. Shutting off the electricity at the breaker box might be the first step.”

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