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  • Tropical storm warning lifted for Hawaii

    A tropical storm warning has been lifted for all Hawaii, after the storm, Iselle, battered the state, said Ray Tanabe, acting director of the National Weather Service in the Pacific region. As Hawaii residents clean up from Tropical Storm Iselle, they...
  • Council backs Diamond Crestview parking restrictions to aid firefighting

    Council backs Diamond Crestview parking restrictions to aid firefighting
    Certain streets in Laguna Beach's Diamond Crestview neighborhood are likely to lose some parking spaces during high fire-danger days to allow fire equipment maneuvering room. The City Council voted 4 to 0 on Tuesday to allow fire authorities to close 35...
  • Nearly 12,000 lightning strikes reported in state, sparking fires

    Nearly 12,000 lightning strikes reported in state, sparking fires
    Nearly 12,000 lightning strikes were reported throughout California on Monday, some of which sparked 61 new fires. The lightning caused many new fires across Northern California, including 33 in the region's national forests. Clusters of lightning...
  • Weather: Mostly sunny, slightly cooler Thursday

    Weather: Mostly sunny, slightly cooler Thursday
    We likely won't see temperatures climb back into the 90s Thursday. The National Weather Service is calling for a high of about 85 degrees and a low of 64 tonight. Expect mostly sunny skies Thursday and Friday, but possibly another wet weekend. The...
  • California firefighters overtaken by flames, deploy mobile shelters

    California firefighters overtaken by flames, deploy mobile shelters
    Three firefighters in Northern California had to deploy their mobile fire shelters Monday after they were overtaken by flames fueled by a rapid wind shift, authorities said. The firefighters, who did not suffer serious injuries, were examined and...
  • Dangerous conditions expected at Chicago beaches Tuesday

    Dangerous conditions expected at Chicago beaches Tuesday
    Tuesday is anything but a beach day, as the National Weather Service is warning the public to stay out of the high waves and rip currents expected in Lake Michigan. According to the weather service, waves of up to four to seven feet are expected in...
  • Thunderstorms, possible severe weather Tuesday

    Thunderstorms, possible severe weather Tuesday
    There's a chance Hampton Roads could get severe weather Tuesday, a hazardous outlook from the National Weather Service states. The greatest risk will be late in the afternoon and through the evening hours. "The primary threat will be from damaging...
  • Weakened Hurricane Julio passing north of Hawaii

    Hawaiians coping with power outages and toppled trees from Tropical Storm Iselle breathed a sigh of relief Sunday as Hurricane Julio passed hundreds of miles north of the islands.  About noon local time, Julio was more than 300 miles north of Hilo on...
  • Hawaii governor faces tough contest in primary election before hurricane

    Hawaii governor faces tough contest in primary election before hurricane
    Hawaii voters went to the polls on Saturday for the state's primary election as local authorities and residents rushed to clean up debris from one tropical storm with only a day to prepare for an approaching hurricane. Voters are to decide a Democratic...
  • Congregation endures through two devastating blows to church by Mother Nature

    Fire Chief Bill Dunn received an emergency call a little after 4 a.m. 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 again,'" Dunn...
  • Amid Iselle cleanup, Hawaiians set to vote in today's primary election

    Amid cleanup from Tropical Storm Iselle and more wind and rain expected from Hurricane Julio on Sunday, Hawaiian election officials scrambled Saturday morning for the state’s primary election to go forth as planned.   All but two polling stations...