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Meteorological Disasters

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  • Former DePaul signee Shane Larkin says 'Miami visit went very good'

    Former DePaul signee Shane Larkin says 'Miami visit went very good'
    Shane Larkin, a 2011 DePaul basketball recruit who was released from his Blue Demons' scholarship last week due to a medical issue, resurfaced at Miami on Friday. Following his visit, Larkin sent a text message on Friday night about his trip reading,...
  • Big inning lifts Gators to 11-4 win, regional title over Hurricanes

    Big inning lifts Gators to 11-4 win, regional title over Hurricanes
    It didn’t take much to get Florida starting pitcher Alex Panteliodis fired up for Sunday’s NCAA regional game at Alfred A. McKethan Stadium. He just looked at the tourney schedule, which read Florida vs. Miami. “Something sparks me...
  • How well will your cell phone work during Hurricane Irene or other potential disaster?

    How well will your cell phone work during Hurricane Irene or other potential disaster?
    Among the biggest questions for cell phone users is how well will my cell phone work during a hurricane or other disaster? Will you have a strong signal? Will the cell phone towers in your neighborhood be able to handle increased traffic that will likely...
  • Flood advisory issued for Broward, Miami-Dade

    Flood advisory issued for Broward, Miami-Dade
    An urban flood advisory issued for Broward and Miami-Dade counties until 8:30 p.m. on Friday has been canceled.But all is not sunny: Expect a cloudy wet weekend. Because of that disturbance in the Gulf, portions of south Florida can expect 4 to 6 inches...
  • No break in heat; good chance of storms

    No break in heat; good chance of storms
    As previously noted, Miami has been sweating through a record string of days with 90-degree plus temperatures. Doesn't look like the streak will end anytime soon. Tuesday's forecast for Miami and the rest of South Florida: Partly sunny with highs in the...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Metairie Storm Damage

    Metairie Storm Damage
    In addition to flooding strong storms in Metairie sent a tree crashing through the roof of a home. WGNO News Reporter Vanessa Bolano reports it was a terrifying ordeal for the home owner and her dog. There's unwanted action in a Metairie neighborhood....
  • Georgia WR Jontavious Carter commits to Hurricanes

    Wide receiver Jontavious Carter of Crisp County High in Cordele, Ga., has committed to the Miami Hurricanes for the 2012 class. Carter makes pledge No. 8 in new head coach Al Golden’s first full year of recruiting. Carter’s grandmother Donna...
  • U.Va. blows another late lead against Miami, bows out of ACC tournament early

    U.Va. blows another late lead against Miami, bows out of ACC tournament early
    Where shall we start? The four turnovers in the final 21 seconds of regulation? The four missed free throws in the final minute-and-a-half? The overtime surrender? The dazed expressions in the funeral parlor of a locker room? All of it was part of an...
  • Tar Heels lucky to survive Miami in ACC tournament

    Tar Heels lucky to survive Miami in ACC tournament
    Eight minutes into Friday's ACC tournament quarterfinal against Miami, North Carolina coach Roy Williams jerked his starters in favor of five walk-ons. And why not? The scrubs surely couldn't do any worse. The Tar Heels had nine turnovers, three field...