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Flood Clean-Up Tips

Posted: 06/26/2008 - We have all witnessed the damage floods can cause. In the wake of severe storms, it's important to protect your family's health.

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Relatives Bid Farewell at Philippine Ferry Site

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Relatives said goodbye to their missing kin at the site of a capsized ferry in the central Philippines on Thursday fearing they will not see them again; dead or alive.

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Senate Committee Approves Bill for Extra Shuttle Mission

Posted: 06/26/2008 - The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee approved a NASA authorization bill this week that would forbid the U.S. space agency from retiring the space shuttle before completing all remaining missions, including an additional flight to deliver the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) to the International Space Station.

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The Nation's Weather

Posted: 06/26/2008 - The forecast for noon, Thursday, June 26, 2008 shows that low pressure will trigger potentially severe thunderstorms across the Northern Plains, the Great Lakes, and the Northeast. The Southeast will see pop-up showers and storms, while the West will remain dry and hot.

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Two Football Fans Hurt as Thousands Flee Euro 2008 Storm

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Electrical storm hits Vienna, disrupting coverage of crucial Euro 2008 semifinal. Thousands who gathered to watch Turkey-Germany match forced to flee Fan Zone. Millions watching worldwide left disappointed as TV coverage lost. Match itself, taking place in Basel, unaffected, Germany beat Turkey 3-2.

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Sodden, Crumbling Levee Protects Missouri Town

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Town of Winfield, Missouri, hopes crumbling Pin Oak levee holds until river crests. Mississippi expected to crest Saturday at more than 11 feet above flood stage. Winfield High School becomes staging ground for relief efforts, temporary shelters. Floodwaters have damaged 692 homes in Winfield.

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Ancient Impact May Explain Mars Mystery

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Southern hemisphere of Mars is pockmarked and filled with rugged highlands. Northern hemisphere is smoother and covered by low-lying plains. Researchers believe an asteroid or comet hit Mars some 4 billion years ago. The impact may have blasted away much of the planet's northern crust.

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Solar Panels, Clothesline Help Family Slash Energy Bills

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Solar power cuts family's monthly electricity bill from $150 to under $30. Redmond family home uses solar panels for 80 percent of its energy. Sun-powered oven cooks meals; family runs errands with bikes. About 250,000 homes in U.S. use solar power, industry group says.

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Pollen count

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Alternaria heavy today.

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New 'Slides' and Sandboils Confound Flood Fighters

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Crews laboring to strengthen fortifications along the swollen Mississippi tackled new dirt slides and seepages on a fragile earthen levee Wednesday as forecasters said more heavy rain could cause a second round of big crests.

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Divers Struggle with Bodies in Philippine Ferry

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Divers having difficulty removing bodies from a capsized ferry were forced to use heavy weights to help pull the dead out of the upside-down vessel, Philippine officials said Thursday.

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Mass at Philippines Ferry Site, Relatives Weep

Posted: 06/26/2008 - A Catholic priest said mass over the site of a capsized ferry in the central Philippines on Thursday as divers prepared to bore a hole in the vessel to speed up the retrieval of bodies.

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NASA Beefs Up Next-Generation Moon Rocket

Posted: 06/26/2008 - NASA unveiled a beefed-up redesign of a proposed moon rocket Wednesday, saying the Ares V spacecraft that is to carry astronauts to the lunar surface in 12 years will be around 38 stories tall and carry a heftier load than originally planned.

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Disney's Buzz Lightyear, Wall-E Explore Space For NASA

Posted: 06/26/2008 - "Please give a big green welcome to everybody's favorite space ranger ... Buzz Lightyear!" hollered the sergeant of the green army men, as Sheriff Woody, his horse Bullseye, cowgirl Jessie and Bo Peep looked on.

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Divers Struggle with Bodies in Philippine Ferry

Posted: 06/26/2008 - Divers having difficulty removing bodies from a capsized ferry were forced to use heavy weights to help pull the dead out of the upside-down vessel, Philippine officials said Thursday.

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Firefighters Battle Hundreds of Blazes in California

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Fire crews from Nevada and Oregon have arrived to help California firefighters battle hundreds of blazes that have darkened skies over the San Francisco Bay area and Central Valley.

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U.S. Crop Damage from Weather Tops $8 Billion

Posted: 06/25/2008 - The largest farm group in the United States said on Wednesday that weather-related damage to the country's crops, including recent floods in the Midwest, has topped $8 billion so far this year.

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Report: Climate Change Linked to National Security

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Global warming is likely to increase illegal immigration, create humanitarian disasters and destabilize precarious governments in political hot spots, all of which could affect U.S. national security, according to an assessment by U.S. intelligence agencies.

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24hr Rainfall Totals

Posted: 06/25/2008 - Rainfall amounts from Tuesday night storms.

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