California Highway Patrol says it is using the phrase “ohio highways” to refer to the state’s two highways that connect Houston and San Diego.
The Highway Patrol said in a news release on Thursday that the “ohios” is a name it used to honor the missing hikers, surfers and carjacking victims whose bodies were found off of the highway in the San Diego area.
The highway patrol says it has identified the bodies of six of the nine hikers who were found in the mountains of the San Luis Obispo County, which borders San Diego, as those of Joshua Johnson and Amanda Marie Hall.
Johnson and Hall, along with their friends, were hiking on the Colorado Trail near Colorado City, Colorado, when they vanished in October 2017.
The two women were last seen leaving the trail and were believed to have crashed their vehicle near the Colorado River and disappeared into the wilderness.
The names “OHIO” and “HOSPITAL” are both common in Texas.
The news release also mentioned the name of a person who has not been located in San Diego County, as well as the name and the photo of a body found in a remote area near the San Joaquin River in the Angeles National Forest.
In the new name, the Highway Patrol plans to use a blue color to differentiate the two highways.
“While there have been no reports of human remains, the search continues and the public is encouraged to stay alert,” the news release said.
We will continue to update this story as we learn more.
HOUSTON, Texas (AP) A storm system that dumped heavy rain and strong winds in Texas and Florida, including Houston, has now shifted northward into North Carolina.
The National Weather Service in Raleigh says the storm system moved from the eastern North Carolina coast and then moved toward the Carolinas early Saturday.
The agency says it will likely move back to the eastern U.S. by the end of Monday.
The storm will likely weaken over the weekend, according to the Weather Service.
A tropical depression is also forecast to move into North Carolinias northern border from Sunday night.
The agency says the tropical depression could become a tropical storm by Sunday afternoon.
Houston highway crews are working to relieve congestion caused by Amazon’s broening infrastructure project.
The project is supposed to improve highway capacity and allow for better traffic flow on the Pan American Highway.
The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2018.
But, it is still taking several months to get things done.
The Houston Freeway Authority has been working to install and maintain the broening facilities at the Pan Am Highway in Texas.
The authority has already received $50 million in federal funding to install the broenings.
It is expected to receive $100 million in additional funding to get the project finished.
The Authority has also hired contractors to make the project a reality, according to an internal memo obtained by The Hill.
It also ordered all road crews to have a $1,000,000 safety training course, a $5,000 emergency response training course and a $25,000 disaster preparedness training course.
The memo said that if the project is not completed by January 2018, crews will be subject to a $50,000 penalty.
Houston Freeway is currently working on the Amazon Broening project.
The city expects to receive at least $1.5 million in new federal funding over the next three years.