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9/11 Memories linger so do the health effects

September 8, 2011
Ten years later the health effects are still being felt from physical to mental No one knew on that September morning a disaster was about to occur that would shock millions of people who were going about their normal daily...
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Word of the Day: Wind

April 15, 2011
Forty, fifty, sixty, and even some winds approaching seventy miles an hour were reported in western Oklahoma today.At approximately 2:00 pm, traffic near I-40 exit 53 was stopped in both directions due to accidents. One at...
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Pack it out, save a trout

March 8, 2011
How many times have anglers stood at the shore and watched as aluminum cans and trash float down the river and ruin the shoreline and prime fish habitat? Every fisherman has a responsibility to protect the rivers and streams they...
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La Junta Colorado Extreme Hail Storm Video

June 12, 2010
A tornado warned supercell thunderstorm hit the area around La Junta, Colorado on Friday night and dropped some extreme hail on livestock and residents.The video opens up with a wall cloud from a high based thunderstorm showing rotation and...
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05/24/2010 Bison, SD Wedge Tornado

May 24, 2010
BNVN Weather Paparazzi Tony Laubach was chasing a large cone & wedge tornado along SD-73 southeast of Bison, South Dakota as it moved north/northwest. Video package opens with a handheld shot of the large wedge tornado looking to...
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Storms threaten tornadoes and hail but deliver rain

May 12, 2010
Town sirens sounded before 8:00 pm in Burns Flat.Emergency vehicles had exited the community only minutes earlier.Spotters in the area were faced with difficult visibility conditions as they tried to determine the extent and volatility...
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Passaic River still surges over the Great Falls

March 25, 2010
Flood run off strains the Great Falls Dave Pardee Paterson – The Passaic River continued to surge over the Great Falls at Paterson today. Current USGS data reports the river flow to be over 7,000 cubic feet per second...
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