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  • Sandy storm deaths

    At least nine deaths in Pennsylvania were attributed to the storm: •A 48-year-old Lower Macungie Township woman found after carbon monoxide from a gas-powered generator entered her home •An 86-year-old South Whitehall Township woman found in...
  • Sandy the latest stunner storm

    Sandy the latest stunner storm
    Hurricane Sandy was a monster storm that generated unprecedented misery across an enormous territory, in large part because it merged with a polar system and became "Frankenstorm." But there have been several other shocking storms that either went...
  • Hurricane brings 3 more deaths to Lehigh Valley; 41,000 regain power in 1 day; 160,000 still in dark

    Hurricane brings 3 more deaths to Lehigh Valley; 41,000 regain power in 1 day; 160,000 still in dark
    The Lehigh Valley impact of Hurricane Sandy intensified Wednesday with the reports of two more storm-related deaths. Also on Wednesday, 41,000 of the region's homes and businesses that lost power in the storm had electricity restored. But about 160,000...
  • Person Rescued from River After Group Attempts to Cross

    Person Rescued from River After Group Attempts to Cross
    An individual was rescued from the Grand Riverafter an ill-fated attempt to swim across it. Around 8:00 a water rescue team responded to river near Riverside Park in Grand Rapids on the report of an individual struggling in the water. According to the...
  • Rivers Running Cold and Fast This Time of Year

    Rivers Running Cold and Fast This Time of Year
    Rafter and wader beware – as of Sunday the water in the American River is running a full 12 degrees colder than it is during the dog days of summer. "Right now the water is 53 degrees. Normally in the summertime, it's about 65," says Battalion...
  • A little mud goes a long way

    Build a seven-mile trail over the steepest terrain possible, create 20 physical challenges and just add water. That's the recipe behind Seven Springs' Mud on the Mountain competition held Saturday on the ski slopes. It's called Mud on the Mountain as a...
  • 2 girls, 14, rescued after thrown from jet ski near Winnetka

    2 girls, 14, rescued after thrown from jet ski near Winnetka
    Two 14-year-old girls were rescued after they were thrown from a jet ski and stranded in Lake Michigan near Winnetka for about a hour, officials said. The girls told rescuers they made a sharp turn and were thrown from the jet ski, according toU.S. Coast...
  • Valley makes the slow road back to normal

    Valley makes the slow road back to normal
    The Lehigh Valley's recovery from superstorm Sandy seemed to be proceeding slowly but surely on Wednesday, with streets coming to life and the area's electric utilities saying most power would be restored by the end of the weekend. But the return to...
  • Department of Health Offers Tips to Stay Safe in Sandy's Aftermath

    Department of Health Offers Tips to Stay Safe in Sandy's Aftermath
    Hurricane Sandy has moved out of Pennsylvania, but some residents will be dealing with its effects for days, weeks or even longer. The Pennsylvania Department of Health is providing tips to help keep everyone safe and healthy while recovering from this...
  • Superstorm Sandy survivors push on, search for normalcy in wake of devastation

    Superstorm Sandy survivors push on, search for normalcy in wake of devastation
    Survivors of Superstorm Sandy struggled Thursday to balance their need for normalcy with the emotionally devastating weight of tragedy. Many woke up and joined countless others who went to work, beset by thoughts of the dead and missing two days after...
  • Pennsylvanians Affected by Power Outages Urged to Take Important Steps to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Hypothermia

    Pennsylvanians Affected by Power Outages Urged to Take Important Steps to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Hypothermia
    Pennsylvanians who are still experiencing power outages after Hurricane Sandy are encouraged to take simple steps to keep themselves and their loved ones safe until electricity is restored. "Although the storm itself has passed, there are still serious...