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Cleaning up from flood damage

Updated: 02/09/2008 - In the wake of severe flooding across Indiana, the Red Cross has released information about cleaning up from floods as well as recognizing dangerous mold.

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Tornado victims still have many problems

Posted: 02/08/2008 - Residents in five states ravaged by tornadoes this week are still reeling. Amid widespread damage and 59 deaths, they're facing problems like looting and continued power outages. And some are still looking for missing family or friends.

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Ohio governor to check out flood damage

Posted: 02/08/2008 - Yesterday, the water along the Blanchard River finally began to recede in Findlay. But other northwest Ohio towns are braced for more water. Restaurant owners in Grand Rapids along the Maumee River cleared out their freezers as floodwater threatened to swamp the historic downtown.

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Bush heads for Tennessee disaster site today

Posted: 02/08/2008 - As the tornados swept across four states before dawn Wednesday, nowhere was harder hit than Tennessee's Macon County, on the Kentucky border. More than a dozen people perished, and hundreds of homes were destroyed.

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Rivers start receding in flooded areas

Posted: 02/08/2008 - The Tippecanoe River is down nearly two feet from the major flood stage of 15 feet about 20 miles north of Lafayette. The same stretch of river saw major flooding last month.

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Red Cross responds to flooding in Pulaski County

Posted: 02/07/2008 - The St. Joseph County Chapter of the Red Cross will open an evacuation shelter in Winamac, Indiana at the request of the Emergency Management Agency. The Red Cross says that due to recent weather, waters are expected to rise over the next few days in areas of Pulaski County.

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Emergency personnel stream into tornado-ravaged South

Posted: 02/07/2008 - In the South, emergency teams, utility workers and insurance representatives are streaming into five states hard hit by tornadoes earlier in the week. Tennessee got the worst of it, with 31 of the 55 known deaths.

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Flooding threatens several cities and towns

Posted: 02/07/2008 - The National Weather Service has extended flood warnings for the Wabash, Tippecanoe and other major rivers through at least today. Some of the worst flooding is on the Tippecanoe River below the Oakdale Dam in Carroll, White and Tippecanoe counties.

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Road closings in Michiana

Updated: 02/12/2008 - Officials have reported road closings throughout the Michiana. Officials from the different counties have also warned to watch for high water while driving, even if the road is still open.

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Storms rip through Indiana

Posted: 02/06/2008 - In Putnam County west of Indianapolis, the storm tore the roof off a fire station in Bainbridge and destroyed its radio tower. Barns and mobile homes also were damaged, along with several utility trailers.

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Storms dump more snow on much of nation

Posted: 02/01/2008 - At least one person is dead following a 40-car pileup on an interstate in the Texas panhandle. At least three other deaths in Texas and Oklahoma are being blamed on the storm.

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Schools close as Michigan readies for up to 13 inches of snow

Posted: 02/01/2008 - At least 30 schools in southeastern Michigan canceled Friday's classes in anticipation of the storm, which was pushing in from the west. Light snow was beginning to fall by 1 a.m. in wide areas of the state.

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Winter storm bears down on Michiana

Updated: 02/01/2008 - StormTeam16 is predicting six to eight inches of snow will blanket Michiana with some areas getting up to a foot. Visibility is expected to be low at times and road conditions are very slippery as road crews fight the snow.

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Missouri, Kansas bracing for heavy snow

Posted: 01/31/2008 - Schools in Wichita and dozens of others districts have called off classes for the day after forecasters warned of snow of up to a foot in isolated areas.

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Wind adds to winter headaches

Posted: 01/31/2008 - At least two tractor-trailers blew over on the New York State Thruway in western New York. Numerous accidents led the state police to close a 60-mile stretch of the highway between Buffalo and Rochester for about six hours.

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Dramatic weather change expected Tuesday

Updated: 01/29/2008 - The old adage ‘if you don't like the weather in Indiana wait 10 minutes,’ will be more than just a saying Tuesday night. The wind chill is expected to drop by more than 40 degrees, with temperatures lowering around 25 degrees. Some areas in Michiana are also expected to get snow.

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Search for missing snowmobilers in Colorado

Posted: 01/29/2008 - The snowmobilers have been missing since Sunday, but relatives didn't report them missing until yesterday. Searchers couldn't begin their work until today because of bad weather and the danger of an avalanche.

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Temperatures, wind chills dip far below zero in upper Midwest

Posted: 01/29/2008 - A wind chill warning is in effect for all of North Dakota. High temperatures aren't expected to get above zero anywhere in the state today and winds are gusting up to more than 40 miles per hour. The National Weather Service says the overnight wind chill in Garrison, North Dakota, dropped to 54 below zero.

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Bus crash kills 25 in China amid harsh winter weather

Posted: 01/29/2008 - Hundreds of thousands of travelers heading home for the Chinese New Year have been stranded at a train station in Guangzhou. Many of them are migrant workers who have been camped out in the station's plaza over the last several days.

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Flooding worries not over yet

Updated: 01/28/2008 - Flooding has been a problem for many Michiana residents this month. Unfortunately, it looks like our flooding woes might not be over.

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California takes another soaking

Posted: 01/28/2008 - In downtown Los Angeles, today's basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers was delayed 12 minutes after a small leak in the Staples Center roof allowed a steady flow of raindrops to fall on the court.

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Wetter weather still to come in Southern California

Posted: 01/28/2008 - Forecasters say thunderstorms could develop later in the day, possibly bringing with them torrential rain, tornadoes and an increased likelihood of mudslides and debris flows in areas denuded by last year's wildfires.

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