More Headlines

Immigrant Workers in New Orleans Start Leaving

Posted: 05/15/2008 - Josue Vega was one of thousands of immigrant workers who flocked to New Orleans in 2005 in hopes of finding a rebuilding job in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Read More

AP Television News Video Shows Quake's 1st Moments

Posted: 05/14/2008 - The moment that a devastating earthquake struck central China, the hills surrounding the city of Chengdu shook, people ran outside in confused panic, and a thick, white cloud of dust enveloped a mountain reserve.

Read More

Heavy Rains Head Toward Cyclone-Devastated Myanmar

Posted: 05/14/2008 - Heavy rains and another potentially powerful storm headed toward Myanmar's cyclone-devastated delta on Wednesday. The U.N. warned that inadequate relief efforts could lead to a second wave of deaths among the estimated 2 million survivors. The International Red Cross said in a new estimate that the death toll already may be between 68,833 and 127,990.

Read More

Senate Renews Flood Insurance Program

Posted: 05/14/2008 - The U.S. Senate voted on Tuesday to extend until 2013 a federal program that insures millions of homes against floods and to forgive $17 billion in debt the program built up during Hurricane Katrina.

Read More

NOAA Chief Urges Creating National Climate Service

Posted: 05/14/2008 - With concerns about global warming rising along with the planet's temperature, the head of the federal agency in change of weather research and forecasting is proposing creation of a new National Climate Service.

Read More

Dead Battery Appears to be Culprit in Silent Siren

Posted: 05/13/2008 - Shawnee County Emergency Management retested three storm sirens Tuesday that reported problems in Monday's testing. Two of the sirens were said to be too quiet - they checked out fine. A third siren that didn't go off appears to have dead batteries.

Read More

Tornado Facts and Safety Tips

Posted: 05/13/2008 - Answers to common questions about tornadoes, including the difference between watches and warnings, and how to stay safe during a tornado.

Read More
631 SW Commerce Pl. Topeka, Kansas 66615 phone: 785-272-6397 fax: 785-272-1363 email:
Copyright © 2002-2015 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability
Gray Television, Inc.