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NEW YORK (AP) — They've bitten their handlers, refused to budge from their beds and lost their shadow-casting jobs to potbellied pigs. And it turns out, not all groundhogs are really that good at predicting the weather. Not even Bill Murray as a...
As if what happened in Henryville, Indiana wasn't warning enough, emergency officials want everyone to remember: Severe weather season is here. While many understand the danger of spring and summer storms, few are actually prepared. Karen Laros was...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Earth's magnetic field is about to be shaken like a snow globe by the largest solar storm in five years. After hurtling through space for a day and a half, a massive cloud of charged particles is due to arrive early Thursday and...
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana environmental advocacy group says it will make it a priority to acquire a sand dune near Michigan City's lakefront to turn it into a nature preserve if a grant isn't approved. The News-Dispatch of...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterKnowing the dangers associated with rip currents when heading to Lake Michigan as warm weather approaches could be the difference between life and death, officials stressed Wednesday. For many, though, rip currents aren't considered a major threat even...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Commerce Department investigation has found no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of federal climate researchers whose e-mails were leaked in the debate over global climate change. The report from the department's inspector...
GENEVA (AP) — A senior official at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says solar storms pose a growing threat to criticial infrastructure such as satellite communications, navigation systems and electrical transmission...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIn a record year for tornadoes, the Midwest could become a "battleground" for severe weather in the coming weeks, said Michael Lewis, the National Weather Service representative for northern Indiana. "The biggest thing for people to know is that it is...
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) -- Tornadoes roared through Massachusetts on Wednesday, as violent winds caused damage in about two dozen communities, ripping off roofs, uprooting trees, scattering debris and leaving at least four dead throughout the state....
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ReutersDirector Costa-Gavras: European cinema could not survive without state protection By Steve Pond LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Filmmaking could not exist in Europe without the support of governments, veteran director Costa-Gavras told an audience at the Los...
WASHINGTON — Living in an undersea lab about the size of a school bus, explorer Fabien Cousteau and five fellow aquanauts will spend 31 continuous days submerged off the coast of South Florida this fall, riding around on an underwater vehicle and...
Scientists have gathered a year's worth of satellite observations to create an image showing just how much of Earth is covered in green. The satellite is NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Suomi NPP, which is able to detect...
Tags: Science and Technology, NASA, Weather, Weather Reports
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