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They are still looking for one person in the Utah flood. Twelve people have now lost their lives.
The second Republican debate is tonight on CNN. This time there will eleven candidates in the prime time debate; Carly Fiorina has done well enough in the polls to be added. Donald Trump still has a commanding lead, but Ben Carson had gained a little bit recently.
Hewlett Packard said yesterday afternoon that 25,000 to 30,000 people will leave the enterprise division as part of a planned spinoff. ‘Hewlett Packard Enterprise will be smaller and more focused than HP is today and will remain focused on printers and PCs.”
Two students passed away and three other people are seriously injured after a school bus fell from a Houston overpass yesterday morning. A 17-year-old girl who attended REACH Charter High School died of her injuries at the scene of the crash, while a 14-year-old girl who attended Furr High School died later at the hospital. The bus was carrying the four students and driver and was bound for the High School when it nose-dived from an overpass onto the road below at about 7 a.m. yesterday morning—the bus was trying to swerve to miss a car coming into its lane.
Seattle school teachers could be back in the classroom as soon as tomorrow.The union and the district came to an agreement, and the teachers themselves vote on it on Sunday.