Austin Fire: Be prepared for summer wildfire season

Austin Fire: Be prepared for summer wildfire season

AUSTIN, Texas — Central Texas is facing the summer wildfire season. The Austin Fire Department said a rainy spring and early summer created a lot of vegetation. Battalion Chief Josh Portie said the brush overgrowth from the rain has increased fire risk. “We’re already starting to see an increase and the occurrence of grass fires and brush fires,” said Portie. We are at a moderate fire risk now. “With that, we’ve already started staffing rehab…

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In Solidarity, Texans With Ties To Puerto Rico Joined Protests Against Controversial Governor

In Solidarity, Texans With Ties To Puerto Rico Joined Protests Against Controversial Governor

From Texas Standard: Liliana Diaz lives in El Paso, but the rest of her family – her parents, even her daughter – live in Puerto Rico. She says corruption is nothing new there. But the recent scandal, known as “Chatgate,” was a turning point. In leaked text messages to other government employees, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said offensive things about members of the LGBTQ community, women and victims of Hurricane Maria. “It really hurt…

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Triangle under Level 1 risk for severe weather

Triangle under Level 1 risk for severe weather

By Alfred Charles, WRAL.com managing editor, and Deborah Strange, digital journalist Raleigh, N.C. — The Triangle is under a Level 1, or marginal risk, for severe weather because of instability in the atmosphere that could bring heavy downpours and gusty winds to the region. WRAL News meteorologist Mike Maze said the storms could form as the sun’s energy triggers isolated storms from the moisture in the air. There’s a 30 percent chance of rain on…

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Tracking the tropics: In early hurricane season, eyes turn to Africa

Tracking the tropics: In early hurricane season, eyes turn to Africa

By Elizabeth Gardner, WRAL meteorologist and Jessica Patrick, WRAL digital journalist August marks the first official month of hurricane season, and according to WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner, North Carolina is watching Africa. According to Gardner, in early August, it’s the systems that start developing off the coast of Africa that have the most potential to affect North Carolina and its surrounding states. “Those tend to stick closer to the east coast and have a bigger…

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US plan to allow prescription drugs from Canada

US plan to allow prescription drugs from Canada

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Hurricane recovery moves forward for Market North, questions remain about Jervay

Hurricane recovery moves forward for Market North, questions remain about Jervay

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Hurricane Florence left many people displaced and wondering if they were ever going to be able to get back into their homes. There are finally some answers on when we can expect to see some changes at one apartment complex. The new owners of Market North Apartments say construction should start Wednesday. – Advertisement – “It’s time for somebody to start doing something,” community activist Hollis Briggs said. Briggs says people from…

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Where The Trump Administration's Immigration Policy Stands Now

Where The Trump Administration's Immigration Policy Stands Now

With Meghna Chakrabarti The Supreme Court hands the Trump Administration a win on the border wall. ICE gets expanded power to deport undocumented immigrants without a hearing. We have the latest on the administration’s immigration policy. Guests Alan Gomez, immigration reporter for USA Today. () Ur Jaddou, chief counsel of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a component of the Department of Homeland Security, from 2014 to 2017. Former chief counsel to the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security…

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Heavy rain triggers floods in Pakistan's Karachi, killing 6

Heavy rain triggers floods in Pakistan's Karachi, killing 6

KARACHI, Pakistan — Heavy monsoon rains have lashed Pakistan’s southern port city of Karachi, triggering floods and killing six people. Authorities closed schools. Dr Seemi Jamali, spokeswoman at the city’s Jinnah Hospital, says the deaths were caused by electrocution as power cables got inundated with water. The heavy rainfall began on Monday and continued on Tuesday and sewage flooded most of the streets in Karachi, the capital of southern Sindh province. According to the Meteorological…

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Information Session: Protecting family heirlooms in a hurricane

Monday’s edition of Hurricane Help focused on protecting family heirlooms and important documents during a storm 7/29/19. (Photo: Matt Bennett/WWAY) SOUTHPORT, NC (WWAY) — When a hurricane is approaching, one of the biggest fears for many people is losing precious family heirlooms, photographs, and other irreplaceable items. On Monday evening in Southport, experts from the North Carolina Office of Archives and History shared tips on protecting those important items. Folks attend a Hurricane Help event…

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FOX 7 Discussion: Uncertainty in Puerto Rico

FOX 7 Discussion: Uncertainty in Puerto Rico

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — The unprecedented resignation of Puerto Rico’s governor after days of massive island-wide protests has thrown the U.S. territory into a full-blown political crisis. Less than four days before Gov. Ricardo Rosselló steps down, no one knows who will take his place. Justice Secretary Wanda Vázquez, his constitutional successor, said Sunday that she didn’t want the job. The next in line would be Education…

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A park inside the ship channel? Rice University proposes cheaper plan to protect Houston from hurricanes

A park inside the ship channel? Rice University proposes cheaper plan to protect Houston from hurricanes

For about a decade, two of Texas’ top universities have pushed dueling plans to protect the Houston-Galveston region from hurricanes. A concept championed by Texas A&M University at Galveston appears to be winning out as the federal and state governments pursue a plan similar to one proposed by A&M oceanographer Bill Merrell in early 2009, months after Hurricane Ike smashed ashore at Galveston Island. But that project by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and…

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Holland’s Shelter Creek reopens in new location after Florence damage

Holland’s Shelter Creek reopens in new location after Florence damage

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter HOLLY RIDGE, NC (WWAY)– It’s a new beginning in a new location. Ten months after Hurricane Florence flooded its Burgaw location, Holland’s Shelter Creek Restaurant reopened Monday in a new town. It was a busy first day at the new spot at 756 East Ocean Highway in Holly Ridge. – Advertisement – Co-owner Stephen Holland said within the first three hours they served more than 400 customers, and business…

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Texas might spend up to $20 billion to protect Houston from hurricanes. Rice University says it can do it for a fraction of that.

Texas might spend up to $20 billion to protect Houston from hurricanes. Rice University says it can do it for a fraction of that.

A plan to guard the Texas coast from hurricanes has been years in the making. Will it ever become reality?  More in this series  For about a decade, two of Texas’ top universities have pushed dueling plans to protect the Houston-Galveston region from hurricanes. A concept championed by Texas A&M University at Galveston appears to be winning out as the federal and state governments pursue a plan similar to one proposed by A&M oceanographer Bill…

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Rice University says it has a cheaper plan to guard Houston from hurricanes

Rice University says it has a cheaper plan to guard Houston from hurricanes

A plan to guard the Texas coast from hurricanes has been years in the making. Will it ever become reality?  More in this series  For about a decade, two of Texas’ top universities have pushed dueling plans to protect the Houston-Galveston region from hurricanes. A concept championed by Texas A&M University at Galveston appears to be winning out as the federal and state governments pursue a plan similar to one proposed by A&M oceanographer Bill…

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Tropical Storm Erick forms off Mexico, heads toward Hawaii

Tropical Storm Erick forms off Mexico, heads toward Hawaii

MEXICO CITY — Tropical Storm Erick has formed in the Pacific far off the western coast of Mexico and is predicted to become a hurricane by Monday as it moves over open waters on a path that could take it near the Hawaiian Islands by late in the week. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Sunday that the storm was about 1,500 miles (2,410 kilometers) west-southwest of the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula…

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Local ministry continues to serve despite ongoing hurricane repairs

Local ministry continues to serve despite ongoing hurricane repairs

Matthew 25 Wilmington continues to serve the community by providing food to those in need. (Photo: Stephanie Bell) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A ministry in Porter’s Neck may still be under construction after Hurricane Florence, however it is still serving the community and donating food to those in need. Repairs at Liberty Ministries didn’t slow down Matthew 25 Wilmington. – Advertisement – Matthew 25 Wilmington is a food pantry that serves the New Hanover County area….

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Dozens of cars egged, vandalized in Dickinson

Dozens of cars egged, vandalized in Dickinson

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4 FBI agents recognized for rescue efforts during Hurricane Harvey

4 FBI agents recognized for rescue efforts during Hurricane Harvey

HOUSTON – Although Hurricane Harvey brought destruction and devastation, it also brought out the best in Houstonians, neighbors and first responders alike.  On Friday, Sen. John Cornyn and Mayor Sylvester Turner honored some of those “Harvey Heroes.”  FBI agent David Ko, Jack Walker, Michael Walker and Justin Widup received the U.S. Department of Justice’s law enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery. Between the four of them, they saved more than 100 people, including police officers trapped by…

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The difference in hurricane wind speeds and the damage extent

The difference in hurricane wind speeds and the damage extent

By Mike Maze, WRAL meteorologist You often hear us talk about categories of hurricanes. It’s the wind speed along the Saffir Simpson Scale that dictates what the category is with each storm. We can predict what kind of damage will be done to your home and surroundings based on how strong the winds will be. With a Category 1, damage from this kind of storm is minimal. Some shingles will come off homes and trees…

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More people accuse Galveston contractor of scams

More people accuse Galveston contractor of scams

GALVESTON, Texas – Additional victims have come forward since FOX 26 first aired the story about a Galveston contractor who duped a 98-year-old World War II veteran out of thousands of dollars. Ron Johnson and Ralph Frazier say they’re just two of more than 30 of John Thomas’s former clients who have now banded together to bring a case against the Galveston contractor. They say Thomas stole tens and thousands of dollars from them. “He…

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Bryan contractor charged with defrauding Hurricane Harvey clients

Bryan contractor charged with defrauding Hurricane Harvey clients

Keith Johnson, a contractor, is accused of defrauding several customers, including two still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. Keith Johnson, a contractor, is accused of defrauding several customers, including two still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. Photo: Harris County Precinct 1 Photo: Harris County Precinct 1 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Keith Johnson, a contractor, is accused of defrauding several customers, including two still recovering from Hurricane Harvey. Keith Johnson, a…

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Contractor arrested for allegedly 'ripping off over $300k from victims' including people recovering from Hurricane Harvey

Contractor arrested for allegedly 'ripping off over $300k from victims' including people recovering from Hurricane Harvey

Keith Anton Johnson was arrested after he was accused of stealing more than $300,000 from unsuspecting victims who hired him as contractor, Precinct 1 has confirmed. Harris County Precinct 1 Constable Alan Rosen says the 43-year-old Johnson has been charged with theft and that two of the victims were beginning their recovery from Hurricane Harvey at the time they were targeted.  Precinct 1 deputy constables are holding a press conference at 4 p.m. to release…

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Hurricane victims frustrated with slow housing recovery

Hurricane victims frustrated with slow housing recovery

By AMANDA MORRIS, Associated Press SPRING LAKE, N.C. — The heating and air conditioning in Carrie Johnson’s home — damaged by Hurricane Matthew in 2016 — still wasn’t fixed when Hurricane Florence flooded her house last September. Now, her home of over 50 years is gutted, the flooring and walls nothing more than bare wooden beams smelling faintly of river water. Estimated damage to the home is over $52,000, she said. The 81-year-old received about…

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School supply giveaway aims to help those affected by Florence

School supplies given away include pencils, colored pencils, crayons, notebooks, and some other special surprises! (Photo: Matt Bennett/WWAY) HAMPSTEAD, NC (WWAY) — Many Pender County families are still recovering from Hurricane Florence. In the aftermath, paying for school supplies can be a financial burden. Three years ago, Hampstead Baptist Church started an annual school supply distribution. Children’s director Kelly Witherspoon says they know those supplies can add up. – Advertisement – “As a parent, school…

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Prescribed burns prepping for wildfire threat

Prescribed burns prepping for wildfire threat

REIMERS RANCH, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – The sound made by the fire cutting through part of Reimers Ranch wasn’t just coming from the grass but also from inside tree trunks as screeching heralded the last bit of moisture inside them evaporating. “It is controlled danger, but the danger is under control, and that’s the key to a prescribed burn,” said Will Boettner with the Travis County Fire Marshal’s office. About 60 acres were set…

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National Weather Service says two tornadoes touched down in Triangle

National Weather Service says two tornadoes touched down in Triangle

By Jason O. Boyd, WRAL.com digital reporter Raleigh, N.C. — The National Weather Service confirms two tornadoes touched down during the storms we received on Tuesday. The NWS said a brief EF-0 tornado touched down in Willow Springs in Wake County. Suggested wind speeds were between 75-85 mph and led to snapped and uprooted trees, minor siding damage to a home and numerous fences blown down. WRAL’s Kasey Cunningham spoke with one family who had…

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2 tornadoes touched down in Wake, Johnston counties during Tuesday's storms

2 tornadoes touched down in Wake, Johnston counties during Tuesday's storms

An EF-0 tornado touched down in Willow Spring followed by an EF-1 tornado in Clayton during Tuesday’s storms. The National Weather Service said the EF-0 tornado touched down in Willow Spring just after 2:30 p.m. and traveled for 1.2 miles with speeds of 75-85 mph. The tornado in Clayton happened at 3 p.m. and traveled .25 miles with speeds of 80-90 mph. No injuries were reported. Copyright © 2019 WTVD-TV. All Rights Reserved.

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Severe weather leaves Raleigh couple with unique kind of storm damage

Severe weather leaves Raleigh couple with unique kind of storm damage

By Kasey Cunningham, WRAL reporter Raleigh, N.C. — When the Bowden family saw drivers slowing down along the road Tuesday, they thought maybe there was a tree down. What they didn’t realize is the neighbors were checking out all of the damage in the couple’s front yard. A North Carolina summer means storms. And this summer is no exception. Each storm has impacted neighborhoods all over the Triangle. This time around was no different. “Of…

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Gov. Cooper tours Fair Bluff Fire Station, talks hurricane recovery

Gov. Cooper tours Fair Bluff Fire Station, talks hurricane recovery

Fair Bluff was evacuated on Oct. 10, 2016, after flooding from Hurricane Matthew inundated the town. (Photo: Hannah Patrick/WWAY) FAIR BLUFF, NC (WWAY) — Nearly three years after Hurricane Matthew devastated Fair Bluff, and nearly a year after Florence made things even worse, Governor Roy Cooper came to speak with leaders about recovery. Gov. Cooper toured the Fair Bluff Fire Station, which he last saw as it was being constructed. Cooper says he knows how…

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Wary after May tornado, Wendell residents watch the skies when new storms threaten

Wary after May tornado, Wendell residents watch the skies when new storms threaten

By Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporter Wendell, N.C. — When thunderstorms rock eastern Wake County, the threat is all too real for some Wendell residents. The imprint of a May tornado is still visible on the Parkers’ farm. Piles of trees and what used to be a hay barn are reminders of how powerful that storm was. And a severe storm forecast forces them to think about the present while still working on cleanup of the…

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Much of the Triangle under severe weather threat as front moves through

Much of the Triangle under severe weather threat as front moves through

By Deborah Strange, WRAL digital journalist Raleigh, N.C. — Johnston, Wayne and Wilson counties are under a severe thunderstorm warning as a cold front marching through the region triggers severe weather with torrential downpours, lightning and gusty winds. According to the National Weather Service, the severe thunderstorm warning for those three counties extends through 4:15 p.m. WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said. Those same counties had been under a tornado warning but it was allowed to…

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Tornado warning issued for Johnston, Wayne and Wilson counties

Tornado warning issued for Johnston, Wayne and Wilson counties

By Deborah Strange, WRAL digital journalist Raleigh, N.C. — A tornado warning has been issued for Johnston, Wayne and Wilson counties as severe weather marches through the region. According to the National Weather Service, the tornado warning is in effect until 3:30 p.m., and WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said residents in those areas should take cover as a precaution. The radar-indicated storm shows a cell moving over Clayton as of 3:07 p.m., Maze said. “Remain…

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Thunderstorms likely, flooding possible through afternoon, evening in the Triangle

Thunderstorms likely, flooding possible through afternoon, evening in the Triangle

By Deborah Strange, WRAL digital journalist Raleigh, N.C. — Much of central North Carolina is under the threat of severe weather Tuesday as a cold front moves through the region, bringing the possibility of heavy downpours, gusty winds and lightning. At 2:30 p.m., a severe thunderstorm warning was in effect for Harnett, Johnston and Wake counties until 3:30 p.m. A severe thunderstorm watch, which means conditions are right for storms to form, is in effect…

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UNC study: Flooding from hurricanes, storms is ‘off the charts,’ driven by climate change

UNC study: Flooding from hurricanes, storms is ‘off the charts,’ driven by climate change

CHAPEL HILL – A “regime shift” defined as “large, persistent changes in the structure and function of social-ecological systems, with substantive impacts on the suite of ecosystem services provided by these systems” appears to be underway for coastal North Carolina with precipitation levels in recent storms being “off the charts,” say researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill. Driving the change is climate change, they conclude. Citing data accumulated since 1898, the researchers note that six of the…

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Flooding rain, damaging winds: Severe storms move through Triangle, Fayetteville

Flooding rain, damaging winds: Severe storms move through Triangle, Fayetteville

ABC11 is in First Alert Mode as many parts of the viewing area are under risk for severe weather Tuesday.Heavy showers and thunderstorms will be seen across the region Tuesday as a strong cold front slinks its way across North Carolina.CHECK THE RADAR HERE. Active warnings: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in effect for Chatham, Harnett, Lee and Wake counties until 2:30 p.m. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for all of the ABC11…

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Flooding rain, damaging winds: Severe storms possible Tuesday

Flooding rain, damaging winds: Severe storms possible Tuesday

ABC11 is in First Alert Mode as many parts of the viewing area are under risk for severe weather on Tuesday.Heavy showers and thunderstorms will be seen across the region Tuesday as a strong cold front slinks its way across North Carolina. With lots of humidity for the storms to feast on from the previous few days, the rainfall has the potential to be very heavy, producing flooding rain and damaging winds. Raleigh and areas…

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Hurricane center issues low chances for Gulf storm development

Hurricane center issues low chances for Gulf storm development

There is a 20 percent chance of a cyclone developing in the Gulf of Mexico by Saturday, July 28, 2019. There is a 20 percent chance of a cyclone developing in the Gulf of Mexico by Saturday, July 28, 2019. Photo: National Hurricane Center Photo: National Hurricane Center Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 There is a 20 percent chance of a cyclone developing in the Gulf of Mexico by…

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Flash flood watch issued as severe weather possible in the Triangle

Flash flood watch issued as severe weather possible in the Triangle

By Deborah Strange, WRAL digital journalist Raleigh, N.C. — Much of central North Carolina is under the threat of severe weather Tuesday as a cold front moves through the region, bringing the possibility of heavy downpours, gusty winds and lightning. A flash flood watch was issued for numerous counties, including Durham, Johnston, Orange, Wake and Wilson, from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. Several areas are under a Level 2 risk for severe weather, including Fayetteville,…

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Rare cold front brings threat of severe weather

Rare cold front brings threat of severe weather

(FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – A cold front moving slowly across the area will keep a good chance for showers and storms in the forecast on Tuesday. Later this afternoon and evening storms are possible and some of the storms could reach severe status. Concerns with these storms include frequent lightning, heavy rain and gusty winds. Between a half inch and an inch of rain is expected across the FOX 46 viewing area. By Wednesday that front will…

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How Often Should You “Keep an Eye on the Tropics” During Hurricane Season?

How Often Should You “Keep an Eye on the Tropics” During Hurricane Season?

From June through the end of November, mentions of hurricane season are frequent along the Gulf Coast. Media outlets urge us all to stay wary of any tropical weather and pay attention as things can develop quickly. This was evident recently with Hurricane Barry, which didn’t even form into a tropical storm until just a few days before landfall. But, how much is too much information for the average person living in Houston and surrounding…

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Frequent lightning, damaging winds expected in Raleigh

Frequent lightning, damaging winds expected in Raleigh

By Elizabeth Gardner, WRAL digital journalist Raleigh, N.C. — The Triangle and southeastern areas are under a level 2 threat for severe weather, with frequent lightning, heavy rain and damaging winds possible, WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said. Areas to the northwest are under a level 1 alert. A cold front is moving eastward, pushing the storms through with cooler temperatures. Tuesday’s high is expected to be 80 degrees. Rain fell early Tuesday morning but was…

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Portugal officials: major wildfire is mostly under control

Portugal officials: major wildfire is mostly under control

LISBON, Portugal — Emergency services in Portugal say they have brought under control 90 percent of a huge wildfire which has raged for four days and injured 39 people. But officials are warning Tuesday that forecasts for afternoon temperatures close to 40 degrees Celsius and gusting winds could drive the flames further through dense pine and eucalyptus forests on hilly terrain. The Civil Protection Agency says just over 1,000 firefighters and 328 vehicles are continuing…

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98-year-old veteran claims he was scammed

98-year-old veteran claims he was scammed

HOUSTON (FOX 26) – A 98-year-old World War II veteran said he and his wife paid thousands of dollars to a contractor who never showed up to do any of the home-repair work they’d agreed on. Peter and Mary Santo said it all started when they received a letter from Texas Windstorm Insurance– an association established the state legislature in the 1970s to help protect coastal counties. The letter said the couple’s patio was not…

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FOX 7 Discussion: Puerto Rico's political turmoil

FOX 7 Discussion: Puerto Rico's political turmoil

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Waving flags, chanting and banging pots and pans, tens of thousands of Puerto Ricans jammed a highway Monday to demand the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló in a crisis triggered by a leak of offensive, obscenity-laden chat messages between him and his advisers. The demonstration appeared to be the biggest protest on the island in nearly two decades. “Finally, the government’s mask has…

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‘After Action Report’ released 10 months post-Hurricane Florence

‘After Action Report’ released 10 months post-Hurricane Florence

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter ((Photo: WWAY) PENDER COUNTY,NC (WWAY) — As we brave another hurricane season across the Cape Fear, Pender County is taking a look back at Hurricane Florence to improve its emergency response. Recently, the county released it’s “After Action Report” with a list of strengths and areas of improvement, from communication to debris management. – Advertisement – During Hurricane Florence, more than a thousand residents were placed in shelters. But,…

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1,000 firefighters battle wildfires in central Portugal

1,000 firefighters battle wildfires in central Portugal

LISBON, Portugal — Some 1,000 firefighters are working to contain wildfires in central Portugal that have already injured eight firefighters and 12 civilians, authorities said Sunday. Portugal’s Civil Protection Agency said the fires broke out Saturday across three fronts in the district of Castelo Branco, 200 kilometers (124 miles) northeast of Lisbon, the capital. Firefighters are being supported by 10 firefighting aircraft and hundreds of vehicles. It’s the first major bout of wildfires in Portugal…

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Boy loses hand after man throws fireworks at him

Boy loses hand after man throws fireworks at him

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