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  • Biden prepares to deliver State of the Union address to a divided Congress

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  • LA County Fire Department sends search and rescue team to Turkey

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  • Texas couple charged in connection with 3 student fentanyl deaths

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  • Inside the U.S Coast Guard's migrant search at sea

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City of Scottsdale cuts suburb off from water supply

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A community outside of Phoenix is furious after being cut off from its municipal water supply. NBC’s Vaughn Hillyard has more on how residents in the Rio Verde Foothills are doing everything to bring water back to their homes as others question why developers continue to build on dry land.