‘This Is The Worst Thanksgiving Of My Life’: Arlington Mechanic Watches Shop Crumble During Tornado

‘This Is The Worst Thanksgiving Of My Life’: Arlington Mechanic Watches Shop Crumble During Tornado

ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Some small business owners in Arlington spent Wednesday, Nov. 25 salvaging what was left of their shops after Tuesday night’s EF-2 tornado. Many say they were already struggling from the pandemic. Joanna Ulloa has owned Ulloa Monster Place, a car mechanic shop since 2015. On Tuesday night, she stuck out the storm inside and watched her shop crumble before her eyes. She now says, she can’t afford to fix it. “We…

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‘It’s A New Start’: Richardson Couple Moves Into Newly-Built Home 1 Year After Tornado Destroyed House

RICHARDSON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Rex and Susie Browne have a lot to celebrate this Thanksgiving. They once again have a home of their own. The longtime homeowners in the Richland Park neighborhood of Richardson rebuilt after a tornado blew through in October of last year as she and her husband and their grand-dogs huddled in their bathtub. They moved in recently, and Susie Browne said, “We love it. I think it’s been about three and…

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Tornado causes damage, injuries in Dallas-area city

Tornado causes damage, injuries in Dallas-area city

Nov. 25, 2020Updated: Nov. 25, 2020 1:33 p.m. 1of7The street sign on Cooper St. at Secretary Dr. was blown over in Arlington when a tornado-warned storm blew through, Tuesday night, Nov. 25, 2020. No one was seriously injured across the street at the Burger Box restaurant. (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News via AP)Tom Fox/APShow MoreShow Less 2of7A City of Arlington street crewman cleans up debris from The Mirage Apartments complex along Pioneer Parkway in Arlington, Texas,…

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Hurricane season's last gasp? Forecasters tracking tropical disturbance

Hurricane season's last gasp? Forecasters tracking tropical disturbance

Only one week remains in the hyperactive Atlantic hurricane season. Only one week remains in the hyperactive Atlantic hurricane season, a season that began ahead of schedule and went on to generate more named storms than any other in history. All has been quiet in the Atlantic basin since Hurricane Iota charged into Nicaragua as a Category 4 storm with 155 mph winds on Nov. 16. But as is the case in such a prolific…

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Drought, hail and a Thanksgiving staple: extreme weather delivered a hit to cranberry farmers

Drought, hail and a Thanksgiving staple: extreme weather delivered a hit to cranberry farmers

Cranberry farmers across New England had their work cut out for them this year when weather put a damper on the harvest. Thanksgiving tables are not the same without one essential side dish, but cranberry farmers across New England had their work cut out for them this year when weather put a damper on the harvest. Cranberries grow in cool regions with warm summers, such as New England, Wisconsin, Washington, and Oregon. Wisconsin produces the…

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UNCW helps collect clothes for people in Honduras impacted by hurricanes

Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Parts of Central America have been devastated over the past few weeks by back-to-back category four hurricane landfalls. One of the countries hit the hardest is Honduras, which received several feet of rainfall in some spots. Widespread flooding destroyed numerous homes, leaving thousands of people without anything — including clothes. – Advertisement – That’s why volunteers came together this weekend at UNCW to collect clothing for the…

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Hurricanes' Slavin urging people to 'Fill the Stadium' support at-risk children

Hurricanes' Slavin urging people to 'Fill the Stadium' support at-risk children

RALEIGH (WTVD) — With so much uncertainty in the sports world because of COVID-19, it’s hard to say when and if fans will be allowed inside. Hurricanes defenseman Jaccob Slavin is using his platform to help figuratively fill the stadium and support at-risk children. In a normal year, the NHL season would be underway and most players’ main focus would be hockey. The delay of the season has given players like Slavin a chance to…

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Hurricanes' world-class practice facility unveiled

Hurricanes' world-class practice facility unveiled

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — After years at ramshackle Raleigh Center Ice, the Triangle’s only major league team finally has a major league practice facility. “We practice at a lot of teams’ practice facilities over the last few years and this absolutely can go shot-for-shot with any other team’s facility.” said Hurricanes spokesman Pace Sagester. “This is world class.” it was the brainchild of local builder Jeff Ammons and though the Canes are far from the…

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At least 26 dead in Central America from powerful Hurricane Iota

At least 26 dead in Central America from powerful Hurricane Iota

At least 26 people are dead in the wake of powerful Hurricane Iota, which is still delivering heavy rain and winds to Central America. Iota made landfall Monday night in Nicaragua, and though the storm is dissipating, the threat for heavy rain continues. The rainfall is expected to cause mudslides and life-threatening flash flooding and river flooding. In Nicaragua, at least 16 people died, including 12 of whom died in a landslide in Matagalpa, state-run…

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Tropical storms hitting the US are staying stronger after making landfall, new research shows

Tropical storms hitting the US are staying stronger after making landfall, new research shows

A new study says storms in the North Atlantic are staying stronger after making landfall. A new study says hurricanes in the North Atlantic are staying stronger after making landfall, which suggests these storms could cause greater destruction in areas farther from the coast in the future. The research, which was published Nov. 11 in the journal Nature, examined the rate that these storms “decay,” or weaken, by analyzing historical intensity data for storms that…

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Hurricane Iota bashes Nicaragua, Honduras after Eta floods

Hurricane Iota bashes Nicaragua, Honduras after Eta floods

By MARLON GONZÁLEZ, Associated Press TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Hurricane Iota battered Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast and flooded some stretches of neighboring Honduras that were still under water from Hurricane Eta two weeks earlier, leaving authorities struggling to assess damage after communications were knocked out in some areas. By late Tuesday, Iota had diminished to a tropical storm and was moving inland over northern Nicaragua and southern Honduras, but forecasters warned that its heavy rains still posed…

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How two powerful hurricanes in a row could impact Central America

How two powerful hurricanes in a row could impact Central America

In Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, the road to recovery from Hurricane Eta’s impacts has been a swamped mess. For a flooded region, more torrential rain in the forecast could present another round of deadly dangers. Nothing could be worse right now for the countries of Central America than a second punch from yet another major hurricane. In Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, the road to recovery from Hurricane Eta’s impacts has been a swamped mess. While…

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Iota makes landfall in Nicaragua as monster Category 4 hurricane

Iota makes landfall in Nicaragua as monster Category 4 hurricane

The most powerful hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season made landfall in Nicaragua on Monday night. The most powerful hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season made landfall in Nicaragua on Monday night and will now deal a catastrophic blow to Central America right on the heels of Hurricane Eta. Hurricane Iota made landfall along the coast of northeastern Nicaragua at 10:40 p.m. EST on Monday as a Category 4 hurricane. At the time,…

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Hurricane Iota makes landfall as Category 4 storm along Nicaraguan coast, forecast to bring life-threatening storm surge

Hurricane Iota makes landfall as Category 4 storm along Nicaraguan coast, forecast to bring life-threatening storm surge

Hurricane Iota made landfall Monday evening as a Category 4 storm along the northeastern coast of Nicaragua. According to the National Hurricane Center, Iota’s landfall is 15 miles south of Category 4 Hurricane Eta’s landfall on Nov. 3. Life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds, flash flooding and landslides are expected across parts of Central America already battered by Hurricane Eta less than two weeks ago. Throughout Monday, Hurricane Iota rapidly strengthened into a Category 5 storm…

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Liberty County wildfire 90-percent contained; Nearby residents can return home

Liberty County wildfire 90-percent contained; Nearby residents can return home

CLEVELAND, Texas — Several crews have almost contained a wildfire burning in Liberty County. Nearby residents who were evacuated can return to their homes. There are no reports of injuries. The fire is off County Road 3810 about seven miles southwest of Cleveland. Crews from Liberty, Montgomery County and San Jacinto counties battled the wildfire with help from the Texas A&M Forestry Service. At this point, we don’t know how the fire started.  Montgomery County…

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Liberty County wildfire 90-percent contained; Nearby residents can return

Liberty County wildfire 90-percent contained; Nearby residents can return

CLEVELAND, Texas — Several crews have almost contained a wildfire burning in Liberty County. Nearby residents who were evacuated can return to their homes. There are no reports of injuries. The fire is off County Road 3810 about seven miles southwest of Cleveland. Crews from Liberty, Montgomery County and San Jacinto counties battled the wildfire with help from the Texas A&M Forestry Service. At this point, we don’t know how the fire started.  Montgomery County…

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Some homes evacuated as Liberty County wildfire burns nearby

Some homes evacuated as Liberty County wildfire burns nearby

CLEVELAND, Texas — Several crews are trying to put out a wildfire burning in Liberty County. The fire is off County Road 3810 about seven miles southwest of Cleveland. Crews from Montgomery County are working to try to contain the fire. The Texas A&M Forestry Service, as well as Liberty and San Jacinto County firefighters, are being called out. At this point, we don’t know how the fire started.  Montgomery County Fire Crews are working…

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Category 5 Hurricane Iota forecast to deliver catastrophic blow to Central America

Category 5 Hurricane Iota forecast to deliver catastrophic blow to Central America

Iota became the second-most intense hurricane to ever churn in the Atlantic basin in November on Monday morning. Iota became the second-most intense hurricane to ever churn in the Atlantic basin in November on Monday morning — second only to the 1932 Cuba hurricane, which packed winds of 175 mph. The extremely dangerous hurricane was heading westward toward hurricane-battered areas of Central America, which are in the midst of a humanitarian crisis following Hurricane Eta’s…

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Names of 5 killed in Alexander County flooding released

Names of 5 killed in Alexander County flooding released

More than 30 people were rescued from the rising floodwaters Thursday, which left some houses and cars completely underwater. ALEXANDER COUNTY, N.C. — Alexander County officials have released the names of the 5 victims killed in last week’s devasting flooding.  Along with the 5 killed, more than 30 people were rescued from the rising floodwaters Thursday, which left some houses and cars completely underwater.  Officials said the victims were located at various locations on the…

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Hurricane Iota now a Category 5 storm near Central America

Hurricane Iota now a Category 5 storm near Central America

Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) — Hurricane Iota is now a dangerous Category 5 storm that is likely to bring catastrophic damage to the same part of Central America already battered this month by powerful Hurricane Eta. Iota rapidly intensified overnight into a mighty system over the western Caribbean, headed toward Nicaragua and Honduras. – Advertisement – The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Air Force hurricane hunters flew into Iota’s core and measured…

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Hurricane Iota now a Category 5 storm, forecast to bring extreme rain and life-threatening storm surge

Hurricane Iota marks the latest chapter in a devastating hurricane season for Central America. With the National Hurricane Center’s 10 a.m. EST update, Iota is now a Category 5 storm headed toward Nicaragua and Honduras. Iota is the 30th named storm of what’s been a record-breaking hurricane season. Around 5 a.m., Iota was 25 miles northeast of Isla De Providencia, Colombia. The storm now has 165 mile-per-hour sustained winds, moving west at 9 miles per…

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Ruptured water line floods Glenwood Avenue near Crabtree Valley

Ruptured water line floods Glenwood Avenue near Crabtree Valley

By Jessica Patrick, WRAL multiplatform producer Raleigh, N.C. — Part of Glenwood Avenue was flooded on Monday between Crabtree Valley Mall and Blue Ridge Road due to a ruptured water line. Sky 5 video showed muddy water covering the eastbound lanes headed for downtown Raleigh before 7:30 a.m. The area in front of the mall and the Interstate 440 interchange was completely flooded. Raleigh police had blocked the inbound side of Glenwood Avenue, and traffic…

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Hurricane Iota strengthens into Category 4 storm, forecast to bring extreme rain and life-threatening storm surge

Hurricane Iota marks the latest chapter in a devastating hurricane season for Central America. Iota is headed toward Nicaragua and Honduras as a potentially catastrophic Category 4 storm and could become a Category 5 sometime on Monday. Iota is the 30th named storm of what’s been a memorable hurricane season. Around 5 a.m., Iota was 25 miles northeast of Isla De Providencia, Colombia and moving west at 10 MPH. Evacuations are underway in low-lying areas…

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Hurricane Iota powers up in new threat to Central America

Hurricane Iota powers up in new threat to Central America

By GABRIELA SELSER, Associated Press MANAGUA, Nicaragua — A fast-strengthening Hurricane Iota is sweeping over the western Caribbean and has become a very dangerous Category 4 storm early Monday as it heads for the same part of Central American battered by a similarly powerful Hurricane Eta just over a week ago. Forecasters said Iota continued to show signs of strengthening and could be a catastrophic Category 5 hurricane by the time it reaches Central America….

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Wayne County Public Schools move to remote learning on Monday due to road closures, flooding

Wayne County Public Schools move to remote learning on Monday due to road closures, flooding

GOLDSBORO, N.C. (WTVD) — Wayne County Public Schools announced they will continue remote learning for students on Monday, Nov. 16 due to road closures from high water and river flooding. The school system all schools will return to Plan B schedules on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Wayne County is still under a Flood Warning as the Neuse River begins to crest on Monday. As of 6 p.m., the Neuse River near Goldsboro is at a moderate…

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Hurricane Iota heads for battered Honduras, Nicaragua

Hurricane Iota heads for battered Honduras, Nicaragua

By CURT ANDERSON and FREIDA FRISARO, Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Iota became the thirteenth hurricane of the Atlantic season early Sunday, threatening to bring another dangerous system to Nicaragua and Honduras — countries recently clobbered by a Category 4 Hurricane Eta. Iota was already a record-breaking system, being the 30th named storm of this year’s extraordinarily busy Atlantic hurricane season. Such activity has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing…

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Bridge closed by flooding creates 25-mile detour in Harnett County

Bridge closed by flooding creates 25-mile detour in Harnett County

By Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter Lillington, N.C. — Despite the sunshine on Saturday, families and communities across central North Carolina are still dealing with flooding from Thursday’s storms. Footage from the sky show neighborhoods still covered in water and people walking through waist-high water levels. Among the hundreds of roads still closed statewide is a bridge in Harnett County – and the detour to get around it is more than 25 miles long. The rising…

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Flooding concerns continue to pose threat for parts of central NC as rivers crest

Flooding concerns continue to pose threat for parts of central NC as rivers crest

Flood warnings are in effect for areas along the Neuse River as it crests this weekend. As of 9 a.m., the Neuse River poses a flood risk to areas like Smithfield as it crests at 22.3 feet (flood stage is 15 feet and major flood stage is 20 feet). Goldsboro, which also sits downstream, is also at a moderate chance of flooding which is likely to increase into a ‘major flood’ stage Sunday morning. Meteorologist…

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Body of 1-year-old recovered after Alexander County flooding

Body of 1-year-old recovered after Alexander County flooding

Officials said five people were killed during Thursday’s flooding at the Hiddenite Family Campground, including a 1-year-old baby. At least 30 others were rescued. ALEXANDER COUNTY, N.C. — The body of a 1-year-old boy who was missing since devastating flash flooding in Alexander County, North Carolina Thursday was recovered Friday afternoon, authorities confirmed. Five people were killed after the Hiddenite Family Campground flooded Thursday. More than 30 people were rescued from the rising floodwaters Thursday,…

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Athletic park deals with flooding after months of impact from pandemic

Athletic park deals with flooding after months of impact from pandemic

By Keely Arthur, WRAL reporter Goldsboro, N.C. — Parts of eastern Carolina were hit hard by Thursday’s major flooding event, which caused damage to homes – and businesses that had already been impacted by the pandemic. Some parts of Wayne County are underwater, including an athletic park. “The folks at Eastern Carolina Athletic Park are, unfortunately, very familiar with flooding,” said Chad Pate, the park’s manager. During Hurricanes Matthew and Florence, water rose to about…

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Body of one-year-old recovered after Alexander County flooding

Body of one-year-old recovered after Alexander County flooding

ALEXANDER COUNTY, N.C. — The body of a one-year-old boy missing since devastating flash flooding in Alexander County, North Carolina Thursday was recovered Friday afternoon. Five people were killed after the Hiddenite Family Campground flooded Thursday. After more than 30 people were rescued from the rising floodwaters Thursday, the search for missing persons continued Friday. Earlier Friday morning, the Charlotte Fire Department, who has been among the agencies assisting with the efforts in Alexander County,…

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Tropical Storm Iota forms over the Caribbean

Tropical Storm Iota forms over the Caribbean

Tropical Storm Iota developed early Friday afternoon in the central Caribbean just hours after the system had become Tropical Depression 31. Tropical Storm Iota developed early Friday afternoon in the central Caribbean just hours after the system had become Tropical Depression 31. It could become the next hurricane -the 13th of the season – and just two shy of the record number of hurricanes to churn in the Atlantic in one season held by 2005….

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Tropical Storm Iota forms, could follow Eta's deadly path

Tropical Storm Iota forms, could follow Eta's deadly path

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Just as the remnants of Eta finally blew out to sea on Friday, another storm formed that could follow its path of death and destruction into Central America this weekend, and Tropical Storm Theta was moving closer to Europe. Hurricane experts were closely watching the Caribbean, where Tropical Storm Iota formed Friday afternoon. Forecasters warned that Iota could power up quickly, to near major hurricane strength, as it approaches Central America…

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Hurricane Center: Iota could follow Eta's deadly path

Hurricane Center: Iota could follow Eta's deadly path

By CURT ANDERSON and FREIDA FRISARO, Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Just as the remnants of Eta finally blew out to sea on Friday, another storm is brewing that could follow its path of death and destruction into Central America this weekend, and Tropical Storm Theta was moving closer to Europe. Iota reached tropical storm strength Friday afternoon. Forecasters warned that it could power up quickly, to near major hurricane strength, as it approaches…

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DOT: Repairs after Thursday's flooding could cost NC millions

DOT: Repairs after Thursday's flooding could cost NC millions

By Adam Owens, WRAL reporter Micro, N.C. — While there was not flooding on Interstate 95 in Johnston County, the North Carolina Department of Transportation believes water from underneath the roadbed pushed it up, causing the pavement to buckle. A northbound lane between Exits 102 and 105, near Micro, was expected to remain closed through the weekend. “It is highly likely all this rain has caused this problem,” said DOT spokesman Andrew Barksdale. DOT crews…

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A week after Hurricane Eta's Central America rampage, victims still await rescue

A week after Hurricane Eta's Central America rampage, victims still await rescue

‘A lot of people are still on the top of their roofs waiting for the help to come.’ It’s been over a week since Hurricane Eta struck Central America with a deadly force rarely seen in the region. The damage reports and fatality totals were harrowing in the immediate aftermath, and millions of residents in countries such as Nicaragua and Guatemala are now facing equally daunting ongoing tragedies along the road to recovery. AccuWeather National…

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'My heart is Honduras': Holly Spring coffee shop owner works to help native country still reeling from Hurricane Eta

'My heart is Honduras': Holly Spring coffee shop owner works to help native country still reeling from Hurricane Eta

HOLLY SPRINGS, N.C. (WTVD) — Hurricane Eta slammed into Central America as a Category 4 Storm leaving behind a path of destruction in Honduras. “People have lost their homes. People have lost everything. And there’s no food. There’s not even access to get to those things,” said Nelson Amador with Five Star Coffee Roasters. Amador knew he had to do something. “My heart is Honduras…my family lives there,” he said. Originally from Honduras, Amador grew…

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4 dead, child missing from flooding at North Carolina campsite

4 dead, child missing from flooding at North Carolina campsite

By TOM FOREMAN Jr., Associated Press WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Floodwaters from a nearby river overtook recreational vehicles at a North Carolina campsite Thursday, killing four people and leaving a child missing, an official said. In addition to the deaths at the Hiddenite Family Campground in Alexander County, a motorist was killed in the county while traveling on a road that was washed out by rising water, said Doug Gillespie, county director of public services. “Just…

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Hurricane Center: An Iota could follow Eta’s deadly path

Hurricane Center: An Iota could follow Eta’s deadly path

Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp ST. PETERSBURG, FL (AP) — Just as the remnants of Tropical Storm Eta finally blow out to sea, another storm is brewing that could follow its path of death and destruction into Central America this weekend. Hurricane experts are closely watching the Caribbean, where Tropical Depression 31 could be named Iota by Saturday. – Advertisement – They expect it to power up quickly, to near major hurricane strength on approach to…

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North Carolina governor declares emergency over floods

North Carolina governor declares emergency over floods

HIDDENITE, N.C. — Flooding from heavy rains across North Carolina prompted Gov. Roy Cooper to declare a state of emergency on Friday as searchers looked for a 1-year-old and an adult who disappeared when high water swept through a campground. In addition to the statewide declaration, states of emergencies have been declared in Burke, Catawba, Iredell, Yadkin and Alexander County, where flood waters from the South Yadkin River inundated the Hiddenite Family Campground, killing three…

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Gov. Cooper declares state of emergency due to deadly flooding in NC

Gov. Cooper declares state of emergency due to deadly flooding in NC

Flooding in western NC on Nov. 12, 2020. (Photo: WSOC) RALEIGH, NC (WWAY) — Flood warnings remain in effect Friday morning for much of central North Carolina and along rivers across the state, after a cold front interacting with moisture from Tropical Storm Eta caused widespread heavy rainfall yesterday across North Carolina. While many rivers across western and central NC will crest Friday or are currently receding, rivers across eastern North Carolina will continue to…

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Gov. Cooper declares state of emergency as flooding threat continues

Gov. Cooper declares state of emergency as flooding threat continues

Three people were killed at a campground in Hiddenite, and a child died in a creek in Wake County. RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina is under a state of emergency after a day of deadly flash flooding, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Friday.  Eta’s tropical rain drenched the state on Thursday, and the flooding threat continues for central North Carolina and along rivers.  Three people were killed at a flooded campground in Hiddenite. A state search…

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Gov. Cooper declares State of Emergency due to widespread flooding

Gov. Cooper declares State of Emergency due to widespread flooding

Over 30 people were rescued from floodwaters at the Hiddenite Family Campground in Alexander County. Crews are still searching for a missing 1-year-old boy. ALEXANDER COUNTY, N.C. — Four people are now confirmed dead, and a one-year-old boy remains missing, near an Alexander County campsite after heavy rain led to flash flooding across the Carolinas Thursday morning.  The body of a man was recovered Friday morning in Alexander County by Charlotte Fire Department crews assisting…

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Governor Cooper issues State of Emergency as flooding danger lingers throughout North Carolina

RALEIGH (WTVD) — Much of North Carolina is still dealing with the fallout from heavy rainfall over the last two days. Several rivers, including the Haw, Cape Fear, Neuse and Tar, are expected to flood and become a problem over the weekend. The Tar River in Tarboro is expected to crest Sunday morning at 31.7 feet (flood stage is 19 feet and major flood stage is 32 feet). The Neuse River could crest at 22…

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Hurricane Center: An Iota could follow Tropical Storm Eta's deadly path

Hurricane Center: An Iota could follow Tropical Storm Eta's deadly path

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Just as the remnants of Eta finally blew out to sea on Friday, another storm was brewing that could follow its path of death and destruction into Central America this weekend, and Tropical Storm Theta was moving closer to Europe. Hurricane experts were closely watching the Caribbean, where Tropical Depression 31 could get a name – Iota – later Friday or Saturday. Forecasters warned that it could power up quickly, to…

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'Be careful': Flooding damage keeps a lane closed on I-95

'Be careful': Flooding damage keeps a lane closed on I-95

By Nia Harden and Julian Grace, WRAL reporters Smithfield, N.C. — The aftermath of Thursday’s storms and flooding disrupted traffic patterns along the busiest north-south route through North Carolina, Interstate 95. At noon, a northbound lane remained blocked near Micro, between between Exit 102 (Micro Road) and Exit 107 (US-301). According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the roadbed was damaged between Exits 102 and 105, and traffic was detoured overnight from mile marker 97 to 107. On…

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