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MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — An enormous storm system that dumped snow and sleet on the nation’s midsection and unleashed damaging tornadoes around the Deep South began punching its way toward the Northeast on Wednesday, slowing holiday travel....
Other than evoking our sympathy and generosity, the earthquake/ tsunami/nuclear disaster in Japan should be pinging our collective consciousness about our own level of preparedness for natural and man-made disasters. Just to recap, in the last two years...
email@example.comPeople and things: * Ben Fuqua. Reader Billy Frey offered an update on Danville golfer Ben Fuqua, the only area player ever to win a Kentucky state golf championship and a former University of Kentucky golfer: “I am helping Ben Fuqua in his quest to...
The Winchester SunLEXINGTON — Mary Wasson has always had her eye on the sky. Wasson, a 2000 graduate of George Rogers Clark High School, who has spent the past four years as morning and noon meteorologist at WTVQ Channel 36 in Lexington, did her final newscast...
The Mississippi River has risen to levels never seen in U.S. history — lapping levee tops and threatening cities and hamlets from Memphis to the Gulf. Floodwaters cover an area the size of Connecticut, the result of a record 90 inches of...
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