United Arab Emirates, President Trump, Israel discussed on Mandy Connell

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I 25 to learn more Visit Express lays dot C o d o t dot gov I'm Rick Morgan on K Away. NewsRadio live everywhere on the I. Heart radio at Fox, 31 Pinpoint whether another hot day today and tomorrow, the highs both days in the upper nineties. Right now, we have 91 degrees. A D I. A wild fires on the Western slope are getting bigger. The Grizzly Creek fire near Glenwood Springs has burned 6200 acres that Pine Gulch fire just north of Grand Junction. It's burned 68,000 acres, and that fire is 7% contained. You can smell the fires, which is bad for everyone particulate matter being lofted into the skies by the distant fires, including ash and dust that is well getting into your lungs can cause irritation and ground level ozone, thanks to the bright sunshine, bombarding that air pollution, transforming it at the atomic level into an entirely new molecule of 03 That's ground level ozone. Fox, 31 meteorologist Brooks Gardener says there is no moisture in their future. The dress Out is full on the president's announcing a peace agreement made between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. President Trump announced an historic peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Speaking to reporters in the Oval Office, Trump said after 49 years, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will fully normalize their diplomatic relations. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors and begin cooperation across the board. And on a broad range of areas including tourism, education, healthcare, trade and security. The president said there would be a formal signing of the agreement at the White House in the coming weeks. Catherine Folders ABC NEWS Washington.

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