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  • Weather cuts short game as Orlando City ties Charleston Battery 1-1

    Weather cuts short game as Orlando City ties Charleston Battery 1-1
    CHARLESTON, S.C. – If there is anything to take away from a 26-minute preseason game cut short by weather, there is this: The players Orlando City brought in to score goals have done so again and again in the preseason. On Wednesday night, it...
  • Up to 4 inches of snow in north Louisiana

    A wintry blast dropped up to 4 inches of snow Wednesday across the northern portion of Louisiana along the Arkansas border, making for hazardous driving conditions that could remain a concern for the next day or so. The storm system had moved out of...
  • Weather: Storms, rain hit Central FL this morning

    Weather: Storms, rain hit Central FL this morning
    A line of strong winds and thunderstorms is pushing through Central Florida this morning. Meteorologists at the National Weather Service say the stormy weather will last through this afternoon. So, be sure to pack an umbrella today. "In addition...
  • Thousands without power in North Carolina in winter storm

    Thousands of people are without electricity in North Carolina as a winter storm dumps snow, sleet and freezing rain across much of the state. Duke Energy reported that nearly 187,000 customers were without power early Thursday. The biggest problem was in...
  • Dittmann: Cure for cabin fever just outside your front door

    Dittmann: Cure for cabin fever just outside your front door
    Got cabin fever? Then try the remedy that seems to work for folks with cabins up north and play outside. An outing to cross country ski, snowshoe, tube, toboggan or even dog sled just might help to warm up attitudes about this long, cold winter. Cross...
  • Breezy and warm with chance of showers today

    Breezy and warm with chance of showers today
    Expect a warm - bordering on hot - day with a chance of showers, mainly in the afternoon. Friday should be about 10 degrees cooler, thanks to a cold front. South Florida's Thursday forecast calls for partly sunny skies with afternoon highs in the mid-...
  • Most days in South Florida: Mostly sunny

    Most days in South Florida: Mostly sunny
    Ever wonder how the National Weather Service determines whether the skies are sunny, partly cloudy or cloudy? It’s a bit more complicated than a forecaster sticking his head outdoors and making an eyeball estimate. The weather service actually has...
  • Chesapeake suspends tolls on expressway due to weather

    Chesapeake has stopped collecting tolls on the Chesapeake Expressway due to winter weather. The city says the tolls were suspended early Thursday due to hazardous driving conditions on the roadway and in the vicinity of the toll plaza. The city says...
  • Mostly sunny, breezy and warm today

    Mostly sunny, breezy and warm today
    After a foggy morning, expect a pretty day with lots of sun, a good breeze and warm temperatures. South Florida's Wednesday forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with afternoon highs in the low 80s and lows evening readings in the low 70s. Thursday...
  • 28.8 million tons of Sahara desert fertilize the Amazon [video]

    28.8 million tons of Sahara desert fertilize the Amazon [video]
    The Amazon rainforest is fertilized in part by phosphorus from a dry lake bed in the Sahara desert, researchers say in a new report that shows how different parts of our planet are connected in deep and surprising ways. The findings were published...
  • Brazilian city suffering worst drought since 1930s

     Brazilian city suffering worst drought since 1930s
    Brazil: The lowest rainfall levels since 1930 have led to a severe water shortage in Sao Paulo, causing water rationing in the country's commercial capital of 20 million people. Many homes and businesses are experiencing drastically reduced access to...