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Meteorological Disasters

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  • Sun Sentinel celebrates its centennial

    Sun Sentinel celebrates its centennial
    Started on a lark and published on "vegitable wraper" by an educator with a decidedly broadminded concept of spelling, the journalistic forebear of today's Sun Sentinel first rolled off a humble press on March 14, 1911. It was called The Daily Herald and...
  • Hurricane Charley then & now pictures

    Hurricane Charley then & now pictures
  • Woodside girls clinch first PD title since 1999-00

    Woodside girls clinch first PD title since 1999-00
    The funny thing was, as head coach Mike Tallon pointed out afterward, Woodside didn't have its A-game. The Wolverines shot 37 percent from the floor and went a five-minute stretch in the second quarter without scoring. Yet with the Peninsula District's...
  • Vegas Harley enjoys visit to Florida, but he wants to play QB

    Vegas Harley enjoys visit to Florida, but he wants to play QB
    Vegas Harley. The name just rolls off the tongue like something special. Perhaps his mother knew something when it was time to name her child. Knew that this one would be worthy of a name like Vegas to go along with a sir name such as Harley. It...
  • Coming to a radar near you soon: Improved forecasts

    Coming to a radar near you soon: Improved forecasts
    Here’s a cool video on dual polarization, a process that  boosts the power of Doppler weather radar and improves the accuracy of forecasts. Essentially, it uses horizontal and vertical signals to obtain a more complete picture of what’s...
  • Mudslide victims learn about tax relief

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — At a December dinner party, resident Pat Anderson — whose house was destroyed by mudslides last February — asked La Cañada Councilwoman Laura Olhasso if she knew how she could seek property tax relief. Legislation...
  • Strong solar flares could disrupt communications

    Strong solar flares could disrupt communications
    Like hurricanes, tornadoes and thunderstorms aren’t enough. Now we have to deal with solar flares. These eruptions on the sun’s surface have increased in intensity over the past few days, according to NOAA’s Space Weather Prediction...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Paddle out for Chuck Allen is Sunday A beach memorial and paddle out will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier for National Scholastic Surfing Assn. (NSSA) co-founder and United States Amateur Snowboarding Assn. (USASA)...
  • Meet the top hurricane specialists

    Meet the top hurricane specialists
    You’ve heard of Ocean’s Eleven, right? Pictured above we have Franklin’s Eleven. No, no. They’re not planning an elaborate casino heist, like the characters in the movie, starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and Matt...
  • Hurricane forecasters to tour Caribbean in a WC-130

    Hurricane forecasters to tour Caribbean in a WC-130
    Forecasters from the National Hurricane Center are preparing to tour a bunch of exotic destinations around the Caribbean later this month. It might sound like fun, but they actually have an important mission: urge residents to prepare for the upcoming...
  • Up and down guard play dooms U.Va.

    When Virginia's Jontel Evans glanced at the Greensboro Coliseum scoreboard with 42 seconds left in regulation Thursday and realized U.Va. had built a 10-point lead on Miami, he felt better about his chances of playing at least one more day this season....