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  • Chambersburg IceFest brings 13 seasons of chillingly good fun
    Chambersburg IceFest brings 13 seasons of chillingly good fun
    Get ready for some frosty fun this week in downtown Chambersburg with the 13th installment of IceFest. Starting on Thursday, Jan. 29 IceFest will be your one-stop destination for four straight days of chillingly good frozen folly.Enjoy the ongoing...
  • Water Vapor Imagery(evening of 1/23/15)
    Wintry Mix Overnight, Rain Saturday
    Friday was pretty much an average day; after a seasonably cool low of 25 at Philadelphia International Airport we reached a high of 42(the average high is 40) with sunshine and higher clouds. The clouds did increase by sunset and precipitation...
  • Icy roads
    Dangers present for people who drive or walk on icy roads
    [TRAVEL SAFETY]Winter storms can strike at any time. When those storms dump their snow, sleet, and freezing rain, icy roads are the results that affect most of the people in those areas where the storms strike. Dangers are present for those who...
  • Almanac
    The coldest day, heavy snow, and ice
    The coldest day, heavy snow, and ice top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here are the events that happened on January 23.1909 - Lower Michigan is in the midst of a three day...
  • Almanac
    Treacherous roads, frozen pipes, and record warm temperatures
    Treacherous roads, frozen pipes, and record warm temperatures top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history. From the National Weather Service archives here are the events that happened on January 21.1906 – The temperatures...
  • Boy dies: Ice in lake claims life of young boy, 8-year-old killed in tragedy
    Boy dies ice in lake: Tragedy strikes for 8 y/o boy, underwater for two minutes
    A boy dies when the ice in a lake he fell into was too thin and brittle to sustain him. Police authorities from Salisbury, North Carolina, revealed that an 8-year-old boy, who has not been identified publicly yet, fell into a freezing lake due to...
  • Freezing Rain chance tonight
    Sunday Freezing Rain Update
    A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect this evening for Cincinnati and to the north.Warmer air is filtering in from the south rather quickly this afternoon. It will move in the fastest several thousand feet above the ground causing freezing rain...
  • Freezing rain possible Sunday night across the Tristate
    Freezing rain possible Sunday night across the Tristate
    An Arctic air mass firmly has the Ohio Valley in its grips. A cold front early Friday morning reinforced the cold air meaning temperatures took a dive once again last night. Lows bottomed out near zero degrees.Sunshine is in the forecast today,...
  • Federal agents end gun smuggling operation to Mexico drug cartel
    Federal agents end gun smuggling operation to Mexico drug cartel
    A joint investigation operation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has lead to the arrest, conviction and sentencing of...
  • Barack Obama's immigration policies unconstitutional
    ICE ranks 314th out of 314 for government employee satisfaction
    Anyone interested in pursuing a career with the government may be wondering which government agency is best to work for under the Obama Administration. However, a good question may also be “what’s the worst government agency to work...
  • Student freezes to death after night of drinking and falling into icy cold creek
    Student freezes: Drinking turns student rite of passage fatal in icy creek fall
    A night of drinking ends the life of a college student who reportedly fell down drunk in a creek and was found six hours later frozen, just about breathing. Sandra Lommen, 20, was drenched in creek water when she was found in the snow, but she...
  • Who’s minding the foreign student visas holders?
    Who’s minding the foreign student visas holders?
    Currently there are 1.11 million foreign students studying at nearly 9,000 educational institutions inside the U.S. And according to the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) there are only 28 field representatives for the entire program...
  • Shoveling snow
    Why shoveling snow may be dangerous
    If you happen to live in an area where snow is the norm for winter, then shoveling snow is something you've probably grown accustomed to. However, there are hidden dangers that you should be aware of when participating in this seemingly...
  • Colombian machete murderer removed from the United States
    Colombian machete murderer removed from the United States
    Pedro Nel Moreno-Romero, 51, was removed from the United States on November 24, 2014 by the Department of Homeland Security’s Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers in Miami,...
  • Christmas events 2014
    Christmas events start this weekend
    Thanksgiving Day is next week and that marks the beginning of the holiday season. There are numerous Christmas programs and activities taking place around town. I will break these down into several articles, so make sure you subscribe to my...