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Meteorological Disasters

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  • Indiana Red Cross volunteers deployed for disaster relief

    Indiana Red Cross volunteers deployed for disaster relief
    Stormy weather in the Gulf Coast region made a trip to deliver disaster relief supplies difficult for a dozen American Red Cross volunteers from Indiana. Fox59 spoke by phone Tuesday with Heather Thomas. The Carmel resident said Monday’s journey to...
  • Despite Al Golden hiring, Miami pledge Anthony Chickillo still not sure about future

    Despite Al Golden hiring, Miami pledge Anthony Chickillo still not sure about future
    Tampa Alonzo defensive end Anthony Chickillo had heard the University of Miami had narrowed it's football coaching search down to three coaches, but he was informed Sunday night that the next Hurricanes' coach would be Al Golden, who comes in after...
  • Kevin Dineen's NHL career statistics

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  • Herman Leonard dies at 87; photographer chronicled mid-century jazz scene

    Herman Leonard dies at 87; photographer chronicled mid-century jazz scene
    Herman Leonard, a photographer best known for his iconic images of such jazz greats as Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington and Miles Davis, has died. He was 87. Leonard died Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, a family spokeswoman said. No...
  • Alexander 'Hurricane' Higgins dies at 61; two-time world snooker champion

    Alexander 'Hurricane' Higgins dies at 61; two-time world snooker champion
    Alex "Hurricane" Higgins, a two-time world champion of the billiards sport known as snooker who galvanized the game with his wild antics and quick play, was found dead Saturday at his home in Belfast, Ireland. He was 61. Despite being diagnosed with...
  • Al Golden averts Miami recruiting disaster

    Al Golden averts Miami recruiting disaster
    Considering where the University of Miami's football recruiting stood on Dec. 13, the day Al Golden was announced as the new head coach, Hurricanes fans should fell extremely relieved today. The former Temple coach was able to convince exactly half of...
  • The simple summer pleasures of amusement parks

    The simple summer pleasures of amusement parks
    With a handful of amusement parks within easy driving distance, Baltimoreans can spend their summer weekends sampling breath-taking roller coasters, cavorting with some of their kids' favorite animated characters or getting soaked even though they're...
  • Powerful Hurricane Igor projected to approach Bermuda by weekend

    Powerful Hurricane Igor projected to approach Bermuda by weekend
    While the U.S. East Coast needs to keep an eye on it, a powerful Hurricane Igor is projected to approach Bermuda on Saturday. At that point, the system is forecast to be a Category 3 system with sustained winds of 115 mph, still a dangerous storm. At...
  • Florida's two largest private home insurers deemed weak at start of hurricane season

    Florida's two largest private home insurers deemed weak at start of hurricane season
    The state’s two largest private insurers – State Farm Florida and Universal Property & Casualty – are in poor financial shape, according to Weiss Ratings, a firm that evaluates the financial health of companies. The companies were among...
  • Graphic: Hurricane peak season

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  • Graphic: Hurricane forecast vs. reality

    <b>Graphic:</b> Hurricane forecast vs. reality