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  • 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...
  • Drought forces some boats from shrinking Great Salt Lake in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - Drought forced an early end to the sailing season for some Utah enthusiasts on Monday as a huge crane lifted boats out of the Great Salt Lake State Park Marina, where officials say the water is at its lowest level for more...
  • Lightning strikes from rare thunderstorm light up Bay Area sky

    Lightning strikes from rare thunderstorm light up Bay Area sky
    At least two dozen lightning strikes jolted the Bay Area sky early Tuesday as a rare strong thunderstorm moved in and dropped some much-need rain. The strikes were reported in San Mateo County, the San Francisco Bay and along the Pacific Ocean,...
  • Beach lightning storm: Critically injured man was off-duty lifeguard

    Beach lightning storm: Critically injured man was off-duty lifeguard
    A 55-year-old man who remains hospitalized after the rare lightning storm at Venice Beach this past weekend is a Los Angeles County lifeguard who was off duty at the time, officials said. UCLA hospital officials Tuesday upgraded the condition of the...
  • Storms that caused deadly Southern California mudslides push north

    Thunderstorms that wreaked havoc in portions of the mountains and deserts of San Bernardino County have headed north, forecasters said, giving residents a chance to recover from flash floods that killed one person and left thousands temporarily stranded...
  • 818 Roundup: Vince De Pinto wins Glendale City Golf Championship; fire damages Glendale duplex

    818 Roundup: Vince De Pinto wins Glendale City Golf Championship; fire damages Glendale duplex
    Good morning, 818 readers. Today is Tuesday, July 29. The National Weather Service predicts a high of 88 and low of 69 in Glendale. Your top news stories: - Vince De Pinto recorded a birdie and three straight pars to capture the Glendale City Golf...
  • Hurricanes Iselle and Julio roll toward Hawaii

    Hurricanes Iselle and Julio roll toward Hawaii
    Two hurricanes on Wednesday were heading west across the Pacific Ocean toward the tourist haven of Hawaii, where officials announced school closures and warned visitors and residents to prepare. Sea surges and flooding were forecast. Hurricane ...
  • 2014 off to hottest start on record for California

    2014 off to hottest start on record for California
    The sun was so strong this year in Joe Del Bosque's cantaloupe fields 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 had to throw those away. The first six...
  • California dam under repair after cracking, prompting flood warning

    A Northern California dam is under repair after it cracked Sunday and prompted nearby residents to panic as officials issued a flash-flood warning. The National Weather Service issued the warning, which has since been canceled, after a portion of the...
  • Tuesday could be hottest day of summer

    Tuesday could be hottest day of summer
    Chicago could be in for the hottest day of the summer Tuesday, with temperatures in the 90s to go with higher humidity. The National Weather Service is predicting heat indexes – which combine temperature and humidity into one uncomfortable...
  • California's 1st seven months of 2014 have been its warmest on record

    California's 1st seven months of 2014 have been its warmest on record
    The first seven months of this year have been the warmest on record for California, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters averaged high and low temperatures from January to July for the entire state this year and recorded an average...