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Tornadoes and Wind Storms

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  • 'Into the Storm' is a howling visual-effects success

    'Into the Storm' is a howling visual-effects success
    It starts with the distant sound of thunder. But those tempests won't stay distant for long, oh no. This film isn't called "Into the Storm" for nothing. Basically a B picture with a sizable effects budget, "Into the Storm" knows you bought your ticket...
  • Missouri church wrecked by tornado must rebuild again after fire

    Missouri church wrecked by tornado must rebuild again after fire
    Fire Chief Bill Dunn received an emergency call a little after 4 a.m. on Thursday. A building in Carl Junction, Mo., was burning. He raced to the scene, not knowing which building it was. “When I saw it, I thought to myself, 'Oh my Lord, not...
  • 'Into the Storm' Stars Recall Wet, Adrenaline-Filled Shoot at New York Premiere

    New York City couldn't muster as much as a breeze at the world premiere of New Line Cinema's cli-fi action thriller "Into the Storm" at the AMC Lincoln Square on Monday night. This was probably good for the attendance, since several of the movie's stars...
  • Review: 'Into the Storm' ★ 1/2

    Review: 'Into the Storm' &#9733 1/2
    Like "The Passion of Joan of Arc," "Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki" and "Dude, Where's My Car?" "Into the Storm" is a movie. And like the wind, this particular movie blows tall, unstable columns of hot air willy-nilly. In the spirit of "Sharknado" and...
  • Matt Walsh turns off the funny for 'Into the Storm'

    Matt Walsh turns off the funny for 'Into the Storm'
    Matt Walsh isn’t an obvious choice to star in the action-drama “Into the Storm” as a tornado-chasing documentary filmmaker. So to audition his dramatic abilities, the suburban Darien native—best known for co-founding sketch...
  • Rare tornado touches down near Boston

    Rare tornado touches down near Boston
    Police and emergency crews in the city of Revere, Mass., outside Boston scrambled to clean up after a rare tornado touched down Monday, downing power lines, damaging homes and overturning at least one car. The National Weather Service confirmed that...
  • Plainfield assesses recent tornado response

    Plainfield assesses recent tornado response
    Plainfield emergency officials and the National Weather Service held a joint meeting this month to discuss ways to prepare for tornadoes and strong storms in the southwest suburb. On June 30, an EF1 tornado, the second-lowest classification, hit...
  • Hoover water polo defense sets tone in rout of Whittier

    Hoover water polo defense sets tone in rout of Whittier
    GLENDALE — The Hoover High boys’ water polo team served notice early that if Whittier hoped to come away with a win Wednesday, the Cardinals would have to find a way to crack the Tornadoes defense. Hoover opened the match with a smothering...
  • Burroughs girls' volleyball serves up sweep against Hoover

    BURBANK — Nearly three weeks into the season and the Burroughs High and Hoover girls’ volleyball teams hadn’t competed in many matches. Leading up to Thursday’s Pacific League-opening contest for both squads, the Indians had...
  • Hoover High football has no answers for South Pasadena

    Hoover High football has no answers for South Pasadena
    GLENDALE — It was a struggle in every sense for the Hoover High School football team, particularly in the deciding first half of its nonleague meeting with visiting South Pasadena on Friday night at Glendale High’s Moyse Field. The...
  • Ask Tom

    Dear Tom, Do tornadoes occur in the Southern Hemisphere, and if they do, is it with the same direction of spin and frequency as in the U.S.? Michael Guth Dear Michael, Tornadoes do occur in the Southern Hemisphere but at a greatly reduced frequency...