Parts of Texas under high risk for tornadoes

Parts of Texas under high risk for tornadoes

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Dangerous weather conditions have formed and are lingering over Texas and Oklahoma. On Monday, areas of the two states were under a high risk for tornadoes.  Twisters were spotted in Paducah, Texas and Butler, Oklahoma. Weather authorities are not taking this lightly and they urge everyone to listen to the warnings. Meteorologists say this kind of high risk alert is rare. “Two years ago was the last time a “high…

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Tornado outbreak from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Tornado outbreak from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Heads up North Texas! A warm front is lifting north, bringing a surge of moisture into our area. That leaves a small window of time for isolated severe storms for Monday. A significant severe weather outbreak is expected across Oklahoma and the eastern part of the Texas Panhandle Monday.  If storms form, they would be capable of all modes of severe weather while racing north into Oklahoma. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, windy and warm through…

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‘A crying shame’: Contract problems and inexperience slow Hurricane Matthew relief in NC

‘A crying shame’: Contract problems and inexperience slow Hurricane Matthew relief in NC

Failed dams caused by Hurricane Matthew threaten NC communities Hurricane Matthew caused damage to many dams across the state, forcing some people to evacuate and others to contend with uncertainty. In the Rayconda neighborhood in Fayetteville, one dam was completely destroyed and another was washed over, ca By × Hurricane Matthew caused damage to many dams across the state, forcing some people to evacuate and others to contend with uncertainty. In the Rayconda neighborhood in…

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Summer's nearly here but after Florence, is the NC coast ready for visitors?

Summer's nearly here but after Florence, is the NC coast ready for visitors?

By Monica Laliberte, WRAL executive producer/consumer reporter Topsail Beach, N.C. — After Hurricane Florence, is North Carolina’s coast ready? Eight months after Florence, crews are working seven days a week trying to get all of the repairs done. Buddy’s Crabhouse & Oyster Bar in Surf City is open while repairs are underway outside. “I’m seeing more damage on the oceanside,” Ed Gaffney said. Gaffney, who lives in New York, has visited North Topsail Beach for…

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Severe weather in Oklahoma

Severe weather in Oklahoma

GERONIMO, Okla. (AP) – The Latest on severe weather in the Southern Plains (all times local): 5:15 p.m. Authorities have confirmed a tornado with winds up to 130 mph (209 kph) touched down in southern Oklahoma. The National Weather Service says the EF2 twister Saturday morning traveled for about a half a mile in Geronimo, about 80 miles (129 kilometers) southwest of Oklahoma City, damaging two homes and sending one injured person to the hospital…

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The Latest: Response 'bunker' opens amid flood watch

The Latest: Response 'bunker' opens amid flood watch

Updated 3:29 pm CDT, Monday, May 20, 2019 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Latest on a round of severe weather forecast for Southern Plains (all times local): 3:10 p.m. Emergency management officials in Oklahoma City have opened a central response center in anticipation of severe weather in the area. The Multi-Agency Coordination Center, an underground bunker on the city’s northeast side, opened Monday after the National Weather Service issued tornado and flood watches across much of…

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Cedar Park PD warns of another phone scam

Cedar Park PD warns of another phone scam

88° × News Local Texas US & World Politics Featured Videos Parts of Texas, Oklahoma under high risk for tornadoes, severe weather Palm School supporters urge county not to sell U.S. Naval Academy’s Class of 2022 completes annual Herndon Monument climb Federal judge rules Trump’s financial records should be handed over to Congress Most Recent Stories Parts of Texas, Oklahoma under high risk for tornadoes, severe weather Palm School supporters urge county not to sell…

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Names and faces may change, but Hurricanes built a foundation of work

Names and faces may change, but Hurricanes built a foundation of work

Carolina Hurricanes’ Justin Williams on 2018-19 season: ‘We played well, we played hard, we played for each other’ Justin Williams addresses the media on Monday, May 20, 2019 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C. By × Justin Williams addresses the media on Monday, May 20, 2019 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C. By Raleigh Some of the players who packed up their gear on Monday – including, among other things, Hartford Whalers sweaters, many destined…

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Carolina Hurricanes’ Justin Williams on 2018-19 season: ‘We played well, we played hard, we played for each other’

Carolina Hurricanes’ Justin Williams on 2018-19 season: ‘We played well, we played hard, we played for each other’

Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Hurricanes’ Justin Williams on 2018-19 season: ‘We played well, we played hard, we played for each other’ By May 20, 2019 03:41 PM Justin Williams addresses the media on Monday, May 20, 2019 at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C.

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Flooding, Sea-Arama and country legends highlight life in Houston area in May 1989

Flooding, Sea-Arama and country legends highlight life in Houston area in May 1989

Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers perform at Johnson Space Center for NASA staff and a May 20 broadcast in conjunction with the release of Rogers’ latest album and video, May 2, 1989. Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers perform at Johnson Space Center for NASA staff and a May 20 broadcast in conjunction with the release of Rogers’ latest album and video, May 2, 1989. Photo: Howard Castleberry, Houston Chronicle Photo: Howard…

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Report: North Carolina hurricane funds delayed

Report: North Carolina hurricane funds delayed

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter RALEIGH, NC (AP) — A North Carolina government watchdog agency says administrative mistakes and a lack of expertise caused delays in the state’s distribution of certain federal long-term recovery funds following Hurricane Matthew. The report released Monday by the non-partisan Program Evaluation Division also found $3.7 million in unnecessary state spending. – Advertisement – The state received a federal block grant of $199 million in December 2016, which was…

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Report: North Carolina Hurricane Funds Delayed

Report: North Carolina Hurricane Funds Delayed

A North Carolina government watchdog agency says administrative mistakes and a lack of expertise caused delays in the state’s distribution of certain federal long-term recovery funds following Hurricane Matthew. The report released Monday by the non-partisan Program Evaluation Division also found $3.7 million in unnecessary state spending. The state received a federal block grant of $199 million in December 2016, which was later increased to $237 million. But as of December 2018— over two years…

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Resources on standby as severe weather approaches

Resources on standby as severe weather approaches

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Texas Governor Greg Abbott has placed numerous resources on standby across the state in preparation for an outbreak of severe weather expected to hit the state today. There is a high threat for tornadoes as well. Governor Abbott has also ordered the Texas State Operations Center (SOC) to Level III (increased readiness) for this weather event so the state stands ready to assist should this latest severe weather system cause…

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First cyclone of Atlantic hurricane season could start churning before Memorial Day

First cyclone of Atlantic hurricane season could start churning before Memorial Day

A below-average hurricane season? A look at the names, early predictions for 2019 The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 through Nov. 30. Here’s a look at the season’s early predictions — and what this year’s storms will be named. By × The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 through Nov. 30. Here’s a look at the season’s early predictions — and what this year’s storms will be named. By Hurricane season doesn’t…

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It's not yet hurricane season, but a tropical storm could soon form

It's not yet hurricane season, but a tropical storm could soon form

Hurricane season doesn’t start until June 1, but we’re already seeing some action in the tropics. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure in between Bermuda and the Bahamas. It has a 60 percent chance of intensifying to a subtropical or tropical storm Monday night through Tuesday. Hurricane hunters are scheduled to look at this disturbance Monday afternoon. If it becomes a tropical storm it will be named Andrea. READ MORE:…

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First system of 2019 Atlantic hurricane season may form early this week

First system of 2019 Atlantic hurricane season may form early this week

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Meteorologists are monitoring an area of showers and thunderstorms to the north of the Bahamas that may become the first named tropical system of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. This cluster of stormy weather has a short window of opportunity to strengthen into a more coherent area of low pressure. – Advertisement – This disturbance could become a subtropical or tropical depression as it wanders to the north-northeast into Tuesday. An Air…

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Tornado outbreak highly likely from Texas to Okla.

Tornado outbreak highly likely from Texas to Okla.

(FOX 26) – A dangerous, severe weather outbreak is forecast for parts of Texas and Oklahoma on Monday. Some areas have been designated as “high risk” zones for severe weather. The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center hasn’t used that designation in two years. These strong storms are bringing heavy rain, hail, and wind gusts of up to 80 mph. The latest forecast from the Storm Prediction Center has increased the tornado probabilities from 30% to…

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Tornado outbreak likely from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Tornado outbreak likely from Oklahoma into Texas Panhandle

Heads up North Texas! A warm front is lifting north, bringing a surge of moisture into our area. That leaves a small window of time for isolated severe storms for Monday. A significant severe weather outbreak is expected across Oklahoma and the eastern part of the Texas Panhandle Monday.  If storms form, they would be capable of all modes of severe weather while racing north into Oklahoma. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, windy and warm through…

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Severe storms, tornadoes possible from Texas Panhandle into Oklahoma

Severe storms, tornadoes possible from Texas Panhandle into Oklahoma

Heads up North Texas! A warm front is lifting north, bringing a surge of moisture into our area. That leaves a small window of time for isolated severe storms for Monday. A significant severe weather outbreak is expected across Oklahoma and the eastern part of the Texas Panhandle Monday.  If storms form, they would be capable of all modes of severe weather while racing north into Oklahoma. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, windy and warm through…

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Texas, Oklahoma Prepare For Another Round Of Severe Weather

Texas, Oklahoma Prepare For Another Round Of Severe Weather

OKLAHOMA CITY (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Another round of severe weather is forecast for Texas, Oklahoma and parts of the Southern Plains, including the possibility of tornadoes. CBS 11 Meteorologist Jeff Ray is forecasting a significant severe weather outbreak today across the Oklahoma/Texas Panhandle. He says the system will likely develop an overnight squall line that moves into counties in North Texas by midnight, hitting the Metroplex Tuesday morning and midday. The line of  storms moving across North…

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Severe storms, tornadoes possible from N. Texas into Oklahoma

Severe storms, tornadoes possible from N. Texas into Oklahoma

Heads up North Texas! A warm front is lifting north, bringing a surge of moisture into our area. That leaves a small window of time for isolated severe storms for Monday. A significant severe weather outbreak is expected across Oklahoma and the eastern part of the Texas Panhandle Monday.  If storms form, they would be capable of all modes of severe weather while racing north into Oklahoma. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, windy and warm through…

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Another round of severe weather forecast for Southern Plains

Another round of severe weather forecast for Southern Plains

Updated 8:31 am CDT, Monday, May 20, 2019 OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Another round of severe weather is forecast for the Southern Plains, including the possibility of tornadoes. School districts in Oklahoma City, nearby Norman and elsewhere have canceled classes Monday as forecasts also call for hail and wind gusts of up to 80 mph (128 kph). A flood watch is in effect for the greater Oklahoma City region. Strong winds and hail also are forecast…

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4 tornadoes reported in West Texas, same storm system

4 tornadoes reported in West Texas, same storm system

Published 2:06 pm CDT, Sunday, May 19, 2019 SAN ANGELO, Texas (AP) — Forecasters say four tornadoes struck parts of West Texas in severe weather that damaged some homes and businesses. The National Weather Service on Sunday reported two tornadoes hit parts of San Angelo a day earlier. Another twister was reported Saturday in Ballinger (BAL’-in-zher). A fourth tornado struck Abilene. Meteorologist Terry Huber (HYOO’-ber) in San Angelo said Sunday that officials had no reports of…

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Testimony ends in Harvey-related overflow dams, floods case

Testimony ends in Harvey-related overflow dams, floods case

Published 10:24 am CDT, Sunday, May 19, 2019 HOUSTON (AP) — Testimony has ended in the lawsuit by some Texas residents seeking U.S. government compensation after their land flooded when two federally owned reservoirs overflowed during Hurricane Harvey. The Houston Chronicle reports testimony wrapped up Friday in Houston. Judge Charles Lettow of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, based in Washington, D.C., scheduled closing arguments Sept. 13. Harvey hit in August 2017, dumping dozens of inches…

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Did Florence help nesting shorebirds near Wilmington?

Did Florence help nesting shorebirds near Wilmington?

Audubon officials have measured a colony of more than 1,000 birds on Lea-Hutaff Island PENDER COUNTY — When Hurricane Florence made landfall in September 2018, its heavy winds and crashing waves punished Lea-Hutaff Island, a 4-mile spit of land that is one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on the North Carolina coast. The force of that storm laid the groundwork, months later, for the largest recorded colony of least terns in the history of…

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Crews revitalize habitats destroyed after historic Llano River flooding

Crews revitalize habitats destroyed after historic Llano River flooding

LLANO COUNTY, Texas — Not only were homes destroyed in last October’s historic flooding, but the Llano River’s natural protections were also washed away. Crews are now working to revitalize them. “I always enjoyed nature, plants, [the] river and boating,” said Eva Broad, who was volunteering to help out Texas Parks and Wildlife with the habitat revival project. She was one of more than a dozen people helping to rebuild the habitats washed away by…

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Flooded out by Florence, family still serves in Durham 'at the bridge'

Flooded out by Florence, family still serves in Durham 'at the bridge'

By Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter Durham, N.C. — A family who volunteers to provide hope and help to the needy learned what’s like on the other side when they lost most of what they had, damaged in Hurricane Florence. But Allison Cavenaugh is still in place each weekend under the Durham Freeway, working for those with even less. “It is truly humbling to know there are people who truly have nothing,” Cavenaugh said. She’s been…

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Tornadoes rake Southern Plains; more severe weather expected

Tornadoes rake Southern Plains; more severe weather expected

DALLAS — A spate of tornadoes raked across the Southern Plains, leaving damage and causing few injuries, and parts of the region were bracing for more severe thunderstorms and possible flooding. The National Weather Service confirmed an EF2 twister Saturday morning with winds up to 130 mph (209 kph) that destroyed at least two homes and left one person with minor injuries in southwestern Oklahoma. A suspected tornado caused roof damage to “numerous” homes in…

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The Latest: NWS confirms EF2 tornado in southern Oklahoma

The Latest: NWS confirms EF2 tornado in southern Oklahoma

Updated 5:35 pm CDT, Saturday, May 18, 2019 Wesley Mantooth lifts a wooden chair out a window of the home of his father, Robert, in Abilene, Texas, on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Many residents said a tornado struck in the early morning hours. (Ronald W. Erdrich/The Abilene Reporter-News via AP) less Wesley Mantooth lifts a wooden chair out a window of the home of his father, Robert, in Abilene, Texas, on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Many…

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Tornado watch until 8 p.m. for much of Central Texas

Tornado watch until 8 p.m. for much of Central Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Scattered showers and isolated severe storms will be possible through Saturday evening. A tornado watch has been issued for a majority of Central Texas until 8 p.m. on Saturday. kvue The overall best chance for widespread severe storms will be for parts of north and northeast Texas. The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted Central Texas and the KVUE viewing area in either a “slight” risk – two out of five risk –…

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FORECAST: Tornado Watch until 8pm Saturday evening, low 70s overnight

FORECAST: Tornado Watch until 8pm Saturday evening, low 70s overnight

AUSTIN, Texas — Weather Outlook **Tornado Watch currently in effect for Central Texas until 8pm Saturday evening** A threat for a few thunderstorms that could be strong to severe. Not everyone is guaranteed to see rain today, but know the threat is there for damaging winds, large hail and possibly a tornado as well. Tonight, temperatures will fall to the 70s with a partly cloudy sky overhead and rain chances slimming. Warmer weather moves in…

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A tropical cyclone is brewing in the Atlantic, but hurricane season has yet to arrive

A tropical cyclone is brewing in the Atlantic, but hurricane season has yet to arrive

A below-average hurricane season? A look at the names, early predictions for 2019 The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 through Nov. 30. Here’s a look at the season’s early predictions — and what this year’s storms will be named. By × The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 through Nov. 30. Here’s a look at the season’s early predictions — and what this year’s storms will be named. By A tropical cyclone…

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Storm chaser gets caught up in forming Nebraska tornado: VIDEO

Storm chaser gets caught up in forming Nebraska tornado: VIDEO

MCCOOK, Neb. — A spate of tornadoes touched down Friday in rural parts of Nebraska, tearing up trees, powerlines, farm buildings and damaging some homes, and one storm chaser had an extraordinarily close encounter with a forming twister. AccuWeather storm chaser Reed Timmer found himself in the midst of a rapidly developing vortex west of McCook, Nebraska, around 6 p.m. local time. “I was unable to get back to the vehicle and couldn’t see it,…

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Tornado Watch Issued For Central Texas Until 8 PM Tonight

Tornado Watch Issued For Central Texas Until 8 PM Tonight

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for Central Texas through 8 p.m. tonight, affected areas include Travis, Bastrop, Caldwell, Blanco, Hays and Burnet counties. RELATED | Here Are 8 Ways To Stay Ahead Of Severe Weather In Central Texas Forecasters expect an eastward front to reach the Austin area this afternoon, bringing the possibility of an isolated tornado, heavy rain, hail and wind gusts of up to 70 mph. NWS urges residents to…

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Tornado Warning Issued For Central Texas Until 8 PM Tonight

Tornado Warning Issued For Central Texas Until 8 PM Tonight

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for Central Texas through 8 p.m. tonight, affected areas include Travis, Bastrop, Caldwell, Blanco, Hays and Burnet counties RELATED | Here Are 8 Ways To Stay Ahead Of Severe Weather In Central Texas Forecasters expect an eastward front to reach the Austin area this afternoon, bringing the possibility of an isolated tornado, heavy rain, hail and wind gusts of up to 70 mph. NWS urges residents to…

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Timeline: Tornado watch until 8 p.m. for much of Central Texas

Timeline: Tornado watch until 8 p.m. for much of Central Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Scattered showers and storms will be possible Saturday, a few of which could turn strong or severe, but they aren’t expected to be as widespread as previously thought. A tornado watch has been issued for a majority of Central Texas until 8 p.m. on Saturday. Tornado watch until 8 p.m. KVUE The Storm Prediction Center has highlighted Central Texas and the KVUE viewing area in either a “slight” risk – two out…

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Flooded out by Florence, family still serves

Flooded out by Florence, family still serves

By Adam Owens, WRAL anchor/reporter Durham, N.C. — A family who volunteers to provide hope and help to the needy learned what’s like on the other side when they lost most of what they had, damaged in Hurricane Florence. But Allison Cavenaugh is still in place each weekend under the Durham Freeway, working for those with even less. “It is truly humbling to know there are people who truly have nothing,” Cavenaugh said. She’s been…

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Tornado watch in affect for North Texas Saturday

Tornado watch in affect for North Texas Saturday

Published 12:49 pm CDT, Saturday, May 18, 2019 DALLAS (AP) — Storms are set to sweep across parts of North and Central Texas, with forecasters warning of strong winds and pingpong ball-sized hail. The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch for portions of North Texas until 5 p.m. Saturday, and has warned that a slow moving storm could cause minor flooding of the Trinity River. The line of storms is set to move west to…

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UTHealth prepares for hurricane season

UTHealth prepares for hurricane season

HOUSTON (FOX 26) – Tropical Storm Allison is a classic case of why cyclones don’t need to be hurricanes to cripple a city and it’s a storm that folks in southeast Texas won’t soon forget. The tropical storm struck just days after the official beginning of hurricane season in 2001. “All of these flood protections were put in place after Tropical Storm Allison,” said University of Texas Health Safety Vice President, Dr. Robert Emery. Allion left…

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Flooding disrupts farm shipments on the Mississippi River

Flooding disrupts farm shipments on the Mississippi River

OMAHA, Neb. Historic flooding has left parts of the Mississippi River closed for business. The river is a main conduit of shipping everything from agriculture products and construction material to petroleum and coal. Flooding also has affected shipping on the Missouri River and other waterways that feed into the Mississippi. The shipping woes come at a time when farmers would normally be sending soybeans, corn and other grain from more than a dozen states in…

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Cleanup after wind, hail storm will take time

Cleanup after wind, hail storm will take time

By Ken Smith, WRAL anchor/reporter Fuquay-Varina, N.C. — Four days after high winds swept through Wake County and hail pounded neighborhoods near Fuquay-Varina, people are still cleaning up and assessing the damage on Friday. “I’ve been through numerous hurricanes here. We’ve had trees down before. I’ve never seen this much debris down,” Lisa Cook said. Cook’s daughter, Ari Pappas, said driving home after the storm was frightening. “The hail had come down, and the road…

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Lane closures coming to already busy intersection

Lane closures coming to already busy intersection

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Expect traffic out of downtown to get even more congested. Starting next week, several lanes will be closed near the South First and Barton Springs intersection for most of the summer. A company is doing redevelopment in the area along South First Street. The reason for the lane closures is they need to bury Austin Energy lines under the pavement. “It’s going to create the biggest amount of congestion…

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Hurricane shifts sand in coastal waters, could increase swimming threats

Hurricane shifts sand in coastal waters, could increase swimming threats

Wrightsville Beach (Photo: WWAY) WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC (WWAY) — It’s no secret that Hurricane Florence did quite a bit of damage to our coastline. It’s damage that could be leading to dangerous swimming conditions this spring and summer. Assistant Professor at UNCW Joseph Long says Florence was a storm that did quite a bit of damage. – Advertisement – “It takes Mother Nature sometimes years to bring that sand back up onto the beach to…

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Despite playoff exit, Carolina Hurricanes face a bright future

Despite playoff exit, Carolina Hurricanes face a bright future

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Despite being swept in the Eastern Conference Final, there’s a lot of good on the horizon for the Carolina Hurricanes. From the storm surge to the “bunch of jerks” to ending a decade-long playoff drought, Justin Williams said it’s been a family affair. It wasn’t enough to win the Stanley Cup but what the Canes did this season was enough to knock off the defending Cup champion Washington Capitals, sweep the…

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Flooding fears prompts Fayetteville to relocate cemetery graves

Flooding fears prompts Fayetteville to relocate cemetery graves

By Gilbert Baez, WRAL reporter Fayetteville, N.C. — Fayetteville officials plan to relocate graves at one of the city’s oldest cemeteries because of floodwater fears. Recent storms swamped Cross Creek Cemetery No. 3, and officials say the graves, which are mostly children, need to be moved to prevent future occurrences. Jim Zieba is retired Fort Bragg Officer. His son died the day he was born back in 1966, and he is buried in Cross Creek…

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Austin areas impacted by recent flooding reopen

Austin areas impacted by recent flooding reopen

AUSTIN, Texas — Now that flooding has gone down in the area, places previously closed in the Austin area are now reopening. Barton Springs Pool is set to reopen on Saturday, May 18 at 5 a.m. Austin Parks and Recreation announced on Friday the post-flooding clean-up and restoration of Barton Springs Pool was completed. At 5 p.m. on Friday the waterway ban for areas near Red Bud Isle and Tom Miller Dam, reopening these areas…

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Hurricanes postseason success brought millions of dollars into Raleigh

Hurricanes postseason success brought millions of dollars into Raleigh

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — While Thursday night’s season-ending loss to the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference Finals was not the ending Hurricanes fans had hoped for, the impact their postseason run has had on the city is likely to be lasting. “The direct economic impact for the entire playoff series was over $7.9 million,” said Dennis Edwards, the President and CEO of Visit Raleigh. They came to that total in part based on first-round…

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