On December 31 2020, the newsrack service will be shut down permanently.

It has been a nice long run from the Sarai days in 2004 to being hosted on its own domain around 2006. Beside maintenance, there has been no real active development on the code or the features since early 2008. Since 2015, even all that maintenance was pretty bare bones. A lot of news sources no longer provide reliable RSS feeds and since mid 2018, there were growing issues with the service and I only kept it alive to assist a handful of users.

So, it is time to shut this down. The internet world in 2020 is vastly differently from 2003 when I first conceptualized this service. Thanks for using this all these years.

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Many wildfires are brought under control in California 25.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Now questions are being raised about how the fire fight has been coordinated and how resources have been deployed.
Many wildfires are brought under control in California 25.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Americas
Now questions are being raised about how the fire fight has been coordinated and how resources have been deployed.
Winds ease up in California fire zone 25.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
The change was expected to slow the spread of the wildfires, but could create new perils for firefighters. Damage in one county alone was said to exceed $1 billion.
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Winds ease up in California fire zone 25.10.2007 International Herald Tribune: Americas
The change was expected to slow the spread of the wildfires, but could create new perils for firefighters. Damage in one county alone was said to exceed $1 billion.
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This Land: Beside a Smoldering Dump, a Refuge of Sorts 21.10.2007 NY Times: National
Duroville, a community of distressed trailers amidst gray septic ponds, is in danger of being shut down. But it is not clear that its residents have anywhere else to go.
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Miracle Baby Survives Tornado In Michigan 20.10.2007 WCCO: National
A 14-month-old boy in a crib escaped injury after apparently being tossed about 40 feet by a tornado that destroyed a home in Millington Township, Michigan early Friday.
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The exotic dancer, the police chief and the dividing line 20.10.2007 LA Times: Most Emailed
When she faces drug charges, he loses his job - and a storm of cross-border politics is stirred up in this small town on the Utah-Nevada boundary.

Sylvia, for whatever reason, needed another pair of shoes. So, on a late Wednesday night in mid-August, police chief Vaughn Tripp headed across town in his red Chevy pickup, hauling high heels to the club where his wife performed as an exotic dancer, stage name "Ecstasy."
National Briefing | WEATHER: Storms Around Country Kill 6 20.10.2007 NY Times: National
Powerful thunderstorms and high winds that moved through much of the country sent a mobile home in Missouri flying, destroyed homes in Michigan and Indiana and collapsed a trailer in Kentucky. Six people were killed.
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6 die in storms in Midwest, Wash. state (AP) 20.10.2007 Yahoo: US National
AP - A couple spending their first night in a new house were among at least six people killed as unusually severe October storms destroyed homes, downed trees and knocked out power in several states, authorities said Friday. ...
6 Die in Storms in Midwest, Wash. State 19.10.2007 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Powerful thunderstorms and high winds that moved through much of the country sent a mobile home in Missouri flying, destroyed homes in Michigan and Indiana and collapsed a trailer in Kentucky. Six people were killed.
6 die in storms in Midwest, Wash. state (AP) 19.10.2007 Yahoo: US National
AP - Powerful thunderstorms and high winds that moved through much of the country sent a mobile home in Missouri flying, destroyed homes in Michigan and Indiana and collapsed a trailer in Kentucky. Six people were killed. ...
3 dead after powerful storms 19.10.2007 MSNBC
Powerful thunderstorms that moved through the Plains and Southeast sent a mobile home in Missouri flying, destroyed homes in Michigan and collapsed a trailer in Kentucky. Three people were killed. ...
Powerful storms move toward East Coast 19.10.2007 CNN: Top Stories
A strong storm system steamed toward the East Coast Friday after generating tornadoes, lightning and large hail from Canada to the Gulf Coast the day and night before.
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Stalled Health Tests Leave Storm Trailers in Limbo 18.10.2007 NY Times: National
Three months after FEMA halted the sale of trailers to hurricane survivors over possible formaldehyde risks, none of the 56,000 occupied units have been tested.
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Trailer park a 'paradise' for sex offenders 18.10.2007 CNN: Top Stories
A Florida trailer park has become a haven of sorts for convicted sex offenders. Shunned by communties, they flock to the Palace, where 95 of the 200 residents are registered sex offenders. "It's our own little piece of paradise," one told CNN.
Deadly Storms Tear Through Midwest 18.10.2007 WCCO: National
Storms with high winds struck northeastern Missouri early Thursday, killing two people in a mobile home, authorities said.
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Storms rake the Midwest 18.10.2007 CNN: Top Stories
Violent thunderstorms rolling through the Midwest spawned tornadoes and flash floods in Missouri and razed beer tents in Oklahoma. The storm system is moving today into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley. Much of Indiana is under a tornado watch.
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Sun lovers look forward to Saturday 18.10.2007 Star Tribune: Local
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Storm rakes Okla., injures 30 18.10.2007 MSNBC

Oct. 17: Dangerous, stormy weather was threatening a large part of the country. NBC meteorologist Bill Karins reports. (Nightly News)A spring-like system raked Oklahoma with severe storms on Wednesday, damaging mobile homes, collapsing festival tents and injuring more than 30 people.


Oklahoma: 30 Hurt as Tents Collapse 18.10.2007 NY Times: National
Twenty-one people were taken to hospitals, including one in critical condition, when a storm caused two tents to collapse at an Oktoberfest celebration in Tulsa.
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