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Winter Weather and Blizzards

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  • Xbox One, PlayStation 4 fuel 50% spike in video game console sales

    Xbox One, PlayStation 4 fuel 50% spike in video game console sales
    The new Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fueled a 50% spike in video game console sales in December, compared with a year earlier, as enthusiasts rushed to buy the latest systems. Micrososoft's Xbox One was the top-selling console in December, but Sony's...
  • UCLA basketball: Alford's last game in Utah was a Harvard education

    It’s back to Salt Lake City for UCLA Coach Steve Alford, as his Bruins play Utah on Saturday afternoon. This was the scene of a red-faced moment for Alford … or, a Crimson-faced one. His last game as New Mexico’s coach was seeing...
  • Power outages, parcel delivery woes mar Christmas for thousands

    All that tens of thousands of people really wanted for Christmas was to have their electricity back after fierce ice storms brought down power lines in a wide swath from Michigan through parts of upstate New York to frigid New England and Canada. More...
  • Traffic: Icy conditions closes northbound Jones Falls Expressway

    Traffic: Icy conditions closes northbound Jones Falls Expressway
    The Baltimore City Department of Transportation reported on Thursday morning that the northbound Jones Falls Expressway has been closed at Falls Road due to icy conditions. Baltimore DOT reported at 10:20 a.m. that traffic impact due to the incident is...
  • Tempers flare as power outages persist in Michigan, Maine

    Flo Baerren of Lansing, Mich., was planning on giving her granddaughter a hand-knit quilt for Christmas when she went to Chicago to see family for the holidays. Instead, the 68-year-old found herself renting a room at a Hampton Inn in Jackson, 38...
  • Most snow since 2011 blizzard -- and counting

    Most snow since 2011 blizzard -- and counting
    Chicagoans rose to the first business day of the new year to find streets, sidewalks and cars covered in snow from a bout of harsh weather that had halted flights and even shut down Chicago's bike-share program. As of noon, as much as 18 inches of...
  • You Call This Winter? Come To Rochester

    As a born and raised Rochestarian, trust me when I say, I know snow. With Rochester being a 15-minute drive away from Lake Ontario, an hour east of Buffalo and less than two hours from Canada, I've had my fair share of encounters with snow and all its...
  • Snow falls ahead of frigid temperatures

    Snow falls ahead of frigid temperatures
    As much as 5 inches of snow fell Thursday evening in parts of northern Maryland ahead of wind chills expected to drop close to zero during the day Friday. Early snowfall totals included 5 inches in Bel Air, 5 inches in Columbia, 4.8 inches in...
  • Winter storm wreaks havoc across northern parts of nation

    NEW YORK — Some holiday travelers got an extra day of vacation Thursday — albeit waiting in an airport — as a giant winter storm barreled through the Midwest, heading for the Northeast. As of late morning, 1,735 flights had been...
  • Storm in Northeast delays or cancels more than 5,000 flights

    Freezing temperatures and heavy snow in the Northeast section of the nation are to blame for the cancellation and delay of more than 5,000 flights. The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for the eastern New York and western New...
  • Northeast winter storm whammy: Locals load up on essentials, etc.

    As winter storm Hercules pummels the Midwest and Northeast, I'm reminded of my childhood, walking to school in 12 feet of snow, uphill both ways. As a born and bred New Englander, I can vouch for the winter toughness of East Coasters. They're now...