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OKLAHOMA CITY -- "Welcome to my home," Olga Cordero said, and walked into her roofless living room. It was Friday morning. When they last saw their home, there had been a pile of dead horses nearby at Orr's Family Farm, victims of Monday's monster...
The Hartford CourantBy the time storm Sandy wound down last fall, it was clear that some of the most popular coastal state park beaches in southern New England were all but destroyed. In Connecticut and Rhode Island, the storm sent a surge of water so powerful that in...
Despite threats of an ouster, Allentown's recently approved water and sewer lease proved to be a non-factor in the Allentown City Council race Tuesday as several incumbents held on to nominations for their seats. With the majority of precincts reporting...
MOORE, Oklahoma - A monstrous tornado at least a half-mile wide roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds up to...
Damaged homes can pose danger, so take your time. If your home looks unsafe, it probably is. Emergency management officials have procedures to certify structures for safety and it is wise to wait for them. Assessing damage on your own requires the...
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RedEyeChicago's got more than 4,795 of them, but only one mile is called "magnificent." That stretch of North Michigan Avenue—which actually is just shy of a mile in length—from the Chicago River to Oak Street certainly is bustling. On any given...
The list of residents who once lived in the Hagerty and Lloyd Historic District reads like a who's who of famous Aberdonians: author L. Frank Baum, philanthropist C.C. Lee, U.S. Sen. James Henderson Kyle and F.H. Hagerty. Kathie Allstot led a walking...
Utility companies throughout the United States and Canada are warning their customers that scammers are calling residents and impersonating utility staff, claiming to be collecting on late bills. Here's how the scam works. Your phone rings, and the...
Central Floridians are used to rough weather in the summer. But this year, the destructive squalls are beginning their rampages early, sparking lightning strikes, spawning hail, tossing lawn furniture and twisting pool enclosures — all before May....
Rain should flow off the roof across valleys, around vent pipes, past skylights, into a gutter and then to a leader that empties where the water can't flow back against the foundation. But all along the route there are potential bottlenecks. Most are...
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