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Baltimore emergency officials expected devastation on par with Hurricane Katrina. Expecting Hurricane Sandy to knock out communications, they coordinated with local radio to broadcast public safety information and planned a "carrier pigeon" network that...
WASHINGTON - A program that puts billions of dollars in the pockets of farmers whether or not they plant a crop may disappear with hardly a protest from farm groups and the politicians who look out for their interests. The Senate is expected to begin...
This summer's drought has prompted the government to issue disaster declarations in 26 states, including Illinois. TheU.S. Department of Agriculture named more than 1,000 counties natural disaster areas as drought grips the Midwest. It's the biggest...
Tags: Droughts, Chicago, Consumers, Natural Disasters
WGNO NewsWould owning a satellite phone make you feel more at ease during hurricane season? A Covington based company that manufactures them says more people are buying into the idea. Vanessa Bolano has the story. Loosing cell phone service is frustrating at...
Egyptians vote in presidential runoff, choosing between Islamist, Hosni Mubarak's ex-PM CAIRO (AP) — Faced with a choice between Hosni Mubarak's ex-prime minister and an Islamist candidate, Egyptians voted Saturday in a presidential runoff the...
Tags: Tsunamis, Nik Wallenda, John McCain, Politics, Cornwall
Sun SentinelExpect a warm - if not hot - start to the week with the usual chance of afternoon storms. It also should be breezy over the next few days. South Florida's Monday forecast: Mostly sunny with afternoon highs in the upper 80s and evening lows in the mid...
Four years before the 2012 election, just after the bruising primary battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, I met Nate Silver and he explained how he had been reasonably certain that Obama would pass Clinton on Super Tuesday, and by how much....
They don't look much like boats, or robots for that matter. Yet a small fleet of crewless watercraft are to be sent right into the paths of tropical storms for the first time this year with an important mission: Collect valuable ocean and atmospheric data...
A weakened Tropical Depression Beryl was soaking parts of Florida and Georgia on Monday, leaving thousands in the dark and hindering Memorial Day activities. A tropical storm warning for a large swath of the southeastern Atlantic Coast was canceled...
Sun SentinelAfter meandering for the past day, Tropical Storm Debby appears headed toward Florida's west coast. However, most of the state, including South Florida, remains in the cone of uncertainty. At 1 p.m. on Monday, the storm was in the northern Gulf of Mexico...
Sun SentinelThe skies opened up across South Florida overnight. A tropical disturbance centered near Cuba is expected to produce 2 to 4 inches of rain over South Florida. Periods of heavy rain moved in Tuesday evening and will likely last through Friday. Some areas...
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