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  • Walk-off homer is a first for Hanley Ramirez in Dodgers' win

    Up until he sent a hanging curveball 392 feet and over the left-field wall on Saturday, Hanley Ramirez had never hit a walk-off home run. He had four other walk-off hits and 189 other home runs in his career. On 25 other occasions, his home run had...
  • Chance of rain for next several days

    If you're headed to Musikfest, make sure you're prepared for wet weather as there's a chance of rain and even storms today and for the next several days. Today's high is expected to reach about 79 degrees. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a 40 percent...
  • WFSB Takes Avon Officials To Court Over Denial Of Plans For Doppler

    AVON — Members of the planning and zoning commission improperly relied on personal knowledge rather than experts when they rejected WFSB's request to put a weather radar system on Deercliff Road, the station argues in court documents filed earlier...
  • Earthquake hits as Hawaii braces for hurricanes

    As Hawaii braced Thursday for two hurricanes - which would be the first to hit the state in 22 years - a magnitude 4.5 earthquake shook Waimea on the eastern shore of the Big Island, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The Pacific Tsunami Warning...
  • Severe Thunderstorm Watch Expired

    Severe Thunderstorm Watch Expired
    Severe thunderstorm warnings and watches were issued for parts of the state as thunderstorms moved through New England Monday night, but all had expired or were cancelled by 8 p.m. Severe thunderstorm warnings had been issued but expired in Tolland,...
  • Cooler-than-normal temperatures, fog continue in L.A.

    Cooler-than-normal temperatures, fog continue in L.A.
    A low pressure system will continue to bring cooler-than-normal temperatures and coastal fog to Southern California. The National Weather Service said the weather pattern is expected to continue through the weekend. Temperatures in some parts of the...
  • Air quality alert in effect, 90s forecast for Tuesday

    Air quality alert in effect, 90s forecast for Tuesday
    If the predicted high for Tuesday reaches its mark, it would be just the third 90-degree day this year in Chicago. Meteorologists say this summer has been relatively cool. From 1981 to 2010, Chicago summers have had an average of 14 90-degree days, said...
  • Hurricanes Iselle and Julio heading toward Hawaii

    Hurricanes Iselle and Julio heading toward Hawaii
    Two hurricanes, Iselle and Julio, continued toward Hawaii on Wednesday as officials announced school closures and warned visitors and residents to prepare for possible heavy rains, strong winds, high surf and flash flooding. Hurricane Iselle is expected...
  • Beach lightning-strike survivors recall shock, sensation of jolt

    Beach lightning-strike survivors recall shock, sensation of jolt
    Two men who were struck by lightning at Venice Beach on Sunday described the sudden jolt they felt in the moments after a huge thunderclap. Stuart Archer was playing volleyball when the midafternoon thunderstorm quickly materialized. "We went about...
  • California drought: Record heat gives some cantaloupe crops sunburn

    California drought: Record heat gives some cantaloupe crops sunburn
    The temperatures were so hot this year in Joe Del Bosque’s cantaloupe fields in the San Joaquin Valley that some of the melons could have used sunscreen. The surface of the fruit got sunburned, which looks bad and in some cases affects taste. He...
  • Higher Pacific temperatures bring monsoons to Southland

    Higher Pacific temperatures bring monsoons to Southland
    Flash floods, wilting heat and lightning on the beach. It's monsoon season in a place that's not supposed to have one. Changes in ocean temperature thousands of miles away have delivered Arizona-style summer weather to Southern California, driving up...