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The Register Citizen
Storm brings near blizzard conditions to much of NebraskaA worker pushes away snow in a parking lot along Pierce Street in Sioux City, I
The Register Citizen / Posted moments ago
A worker pushes away snow in a parking lot along Pierce Street in Sioux City, Iowa, early Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. The Sioux City area is in the midst of a blizzard warning. (Tim Hynds/Sioux City Journal via AP) A worker pushes away snow in a parking... Read more
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The World
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
The World / Posted 3 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Foot of snow expected in southern MinnesotaMINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Latest on the winter storm in Minnesota (all times local
KTTC Rochester / Posted 5 minutes ago
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Latest on the winter storm in Minnesota (all times local): 11:10 a.m. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is advising against traveling in portions of southwest Minnesota because of white out conditions. The visibility... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
The Times and Democrat / Posted 6 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
Across Nebraska as winter storm sweeps through stateSnow along with gusty winds at times. Temps nearly steady in the low to mid 30s
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
Snow along with gusty winds at times. Temps nearly steady in the low to mid 30s. Winds NNW at 25 to 40 mph. Chance of snow 90%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected. Winds could occasionally gust over 50 mph..Tonight Windy. Cloudy skies will become partly... Read more
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The Sentinel
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
The Sentinel / Posted 9 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
SNL makes fun of Miami's Amazon bid with help from 'Pitbull'Miami made the top 20 list of possible cities for Amazon’s second headquarters.
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 9 minutes ago
Miami made the top 20 list of possible cities for Amazon’s second headquarters. And NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” couldn’t resist poking fun of the 305 and all things Miami. Cue the tropical Latin music. Enter two city of Miami representatives, played... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 9 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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The Times of Northwest Indiana
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
The Times of Northwest Indiana / Posted 15 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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Santa Maria Times
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
Santa Maria Times / Posted 16 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
Sioux City Journal / Posted 16 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Photo: Winter blizzardBrannon McClure shovels snow along Nebraska Street in front of First Presbyteri
Sioux City Journal / Posted 16 minutes ago
Brannon McClure shovels snow along Nebraska Street in front of First Presbyterian Church in downtown Sioux City, Iowa, early Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. McClure, who said he lives at the Warming Shelter, was shoveling the path because he thought to would... Read more
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Sioux City Journal
Lake Park, Iowa, see early morning power outageThe City of Lake Park attempted to run on backup generators, but those units ha
Sioux City Journal / Posted 16 minutes ago
The City of Lake Park attempted to run on backup generators, but those units had trouble sustaining power. After 60 minutes or so, regular power was restored to the Dickinson County community, which received a couple inches of snow in the... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Storm damage reported in Covington, Jones countiesThe WDAM First Alert Weather Team is tracking a line of storms capable of produ
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 19 minutes ago
The WDAM First Alert Weather Team is tracking a line of storms capable of producing severe weather conditions that's now moving through the Pine Belt. Here is the latest update on severe weather potential across the area. There is a marginal risk... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Maldives ex-leader says Chinese projects akin to land grabFormer Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed speaks during a media briefing in Col
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 21 minutes ago
Former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed speaks during a media briefing in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Monday, Jan. 22, 2018. The exiled former leader of the Maldives says this year's presidential election could be the last chance to extricate his country... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
Rapid City Journal / Posted 21 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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ABC News
Tokyo Disneyland blanketed in snowIt was an extra magical day at Tokyo Disneyland. The park was blanketed in sno
ABC News / Posted 21 minutes ago
It was an extra magical day at Tokyo Disneyland. The park was blanketed in snow after five to seven inches fell in Tokyo -- the most the city has seen in four years. Tokyo is getting its heaviest snow in 4 years, blanketing Tokyo Disneyland with... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls Regional Airport ReopensThe Sioux Falls Regional Airport is open for travel again. Authorities shut do
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 22 minutes ago
The Sioux Falls Regional Airport is open for travel again. Authorities shut down the airport Sunday night at 10 p.m. due to the winter storm moving across the area. While the plan was to stay closed until 1 p.m. on Monday, the airport has reopened... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 28 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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The Janesville Gazette
Pilot, passenger escape burning plane at New Jersey airportCloudy with occasional rain during the afternoon. High 51F. Winds ESE at 5 to 1
The Janesville Gazette / Posted 32 minutes ago
Cloudy with occasional rain during the afternoon. High 51F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%..Tonight Rain and snow this evening turning to all snow overnight. Low 28F. NW winds at less than 5 mph, increasing to 10 to 20 mph. Chance of... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 32 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Sunshine making for a beautiful afternoonAs quickly as the storms blew in this morning they exited, leaving most all of
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 35 minutes ago
As quickly as the storms blew in this morning they exited, leaving most all of Southwest Louisiana with sunshine back area-wide by mid-morning and dumping around 1 inch of rain in spots as storms blew through. Other than one storm report of a blown... Read more
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Benton Courier
Boil order issued for entire East End water systemAccording to a news release, the entire East End water system is currently unde
Benton Courier / Posted 37 minutes ago
According to a news release, the entire East End water system is currently under a boil order due to the possibility that contaminated water may have entered the system as a result of a complete loss in normal system pressure. Customers are advised... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
The Great Blizzard of 1978: Why we can’t forget itWhen I was just 4 years old, I can remember seeing something I had never seen b
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 45 minutes ago
When I was just 4 years old, I can remember seeing something I had never seen before. While I was very young, I can remember this event very clearly, as most of my family and neighbors back then do. In fact, it was the first time in recorded history... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Snowfall across the UK as temperatures set to riseMany parts of the country are still covered with snow as forecasters predict wa
Croydon Guardian / Posted 48 minutes ago
Many parts of the country are still covered with snow as forecasters predict warmer temperatures over the coming hours. Here is a selection of images of parts of the UK enjoying – or enduring – the wintry conditions. A man walks with his dogs in... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
FEMA reimburses over $508M in disaster assistance for August 2016 floodThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has reimbursed Louisiana schools, local
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 49 minutes ago
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has reimbursed Louisiana schools, local and state government agencies and nonprofits with over $508 million in federal disaster assistance for expenses with the August 2016 flood, the federal agency announced... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Blue Sky Science: How did dinosaurs go extinct?The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 51 minutes ago
The crater from this impact was found in the Yucatan peninsula, off the Gulf of Mexico. The crater itself is covered by water and was relatively hard to see until scientists in the 1970s thought to explore it further. They went in and tested it, and... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
Blanket Coverage: Northwest Company Extends MLB License For Five More YearsSBD/January 22, 2018/Marketing and Sponsorship The annual Sports Licensing &
Sports Business Daily / Posted 54 minutes ago
SBD/January 22, 2018/Marketing and Sponsorship The annual Sports Licensing & Tailgate Show begins tomorrow in Las Vegas, and leading blanket and bedding licensee Northwest... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
Auburn AD Greene Not Afraid To Take Risks; Tasked With Dealing With FBI Investigation Auburn AD Greene Not Afraid To Take Risks; Tasked With Dealing With FBI Investi
Sports Business Daily / Posted 54 minutes ago
Auburn AD Greene Not Afraid To Take Risks; Tasked With Dealing With FBI Investigation Auburn on Friday introduced new AD Allen Greene, who “won’t be afraid to take risks,” according to Tom Green of AL.com. Greene said, “We want our people to be... Read more
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