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April 22, 2013: Afternoon News In 90

  • A team of UF students and faculty won the EPA’s national Campus Rainworks Challenge Monday morning. The team beat 100 groups with their¬†innovative plan for stormwater circulation improvements to the Reitz Union North Lawn.¬†
  • Parts of Eastern Missouri are flooded today after heavy rains washed over St. Louis and created flash floods that are still creating blocked roads.
  • Five people have died in Arizona after a Chevy Tahoe carrying 20 passengers rolled over. Border Patrol tried to stop the vehicle prior to its rollover for unknown reasons.
  • A new study suggests that nearly 75 percent of women with ovarian cancer are not receiving the best care, which is causing more re-occurrence and death. Experts say this may be because women seek care from general surgeons and oncologists instead of specialists.
  • The World Health Organization said today limited transmission of a human-to-human bird flu strain may exist. Chinese authorities say two more have died from the H7-N9 strain, bringing the total deaths to 20.

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