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Intimidating Radar this Morning

Posted: 05/12/2008 - "Could you tell me what the radar is showing at 1:19am May 12th? It is rather intimidating."

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Behind the Food Riots: A Debate on How Best to Farm

Posted: 05/12/2008 - Around the world, governments are trying every play in their books to stave off food riots — sending troops to hand out food in slums, ordering sweeping wage increases, banning grain exports and suspending futures trading. The United States is promising millions in emergency food aid.

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High Demand, Price of Rice Good News to US Farmers

Posted: 05/12/2008 - It's aerial seeding season for rice farmers in California, which produces about 20 percent of the crop grown in the U.S. With the price of rice surging internationally, much of the medium-grain rice being planted between the Sutter Butte mountains and California's Coastal Range has already being sold, even though harvest still is months away.

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Florida Wildfires Close Interstate, Force Evacuation

Posted: 05/12/2008 - Uncertain whether I-95 and U.S. Highway 1 will reopen for Monday commuters. About 400 homes near LPGA Boulevard are evacuated. In Brevard County, three brush fires were threatening homes.

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Shawnee County Teen Struck by Lightning in the Shower

Updated: 05/23/2008 - A 15 year old girl from Shawnee County continues to recover after getting struck by lightning. Her father, a firefighter, has never seen anything like it before. Even her doctor is surprised at how she is doing.

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