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Stormy Weather Disrupts Sports in East-Fan NOT Struck By Lightning At W. Virginia Game

Much like the Michigan game saturday, the West Virginia-Marshall U football game Sunday was stopped late in the second half due to lightning, however, reports that a fan was struck were disputed.

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Despite Heavy NE Rain, Irene Misjudged

Despite heavy rain in Vermont, upstate New York, and areas of Pennsylvania and New England,  forecasters now say they misjudged the inner workings of Irene.

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Hurricane Irene–A Lot Of Hype But Little “Air”

In defense of hurricane forecasters,  it's best to prepare for the worst. But for the rest of the media, they are looking rather silly after Hurricane Irene turned out to be more of a whimper than a whammy.

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Stimulus “Pet Project” Business Files for Bankruptcy

One of a handful of "pet projects" the Obama Administration singled out during the Stimulus has having so much promise, has filed for banktuptcy-after taking Federal Dollars and promising jobs.

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Politician Almost Struck By Lightning As He Criticizes NJ Governor Chris Christie [VIDEO]

New Jersey State Senate President Stephen Sweeney has been feuding with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie over the state's budget for some time. During their battle of words, Sweeney has called Christie a "punk" and a "bully," admitted he'd like to 'punch in the head," and then refused to apologize for these remarks.

But when Sweeney began to criticize Christie during a recent interview with a local Fox affiliate, something happened that may cause him to reconsider that apology.

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Raging Wildfire Threatens New Mexico Nuclear Lab [VIDEO]

A wildfire that burned more than 10,000 acres during the overnight hours Monday was moving dangerously close to the Los Alamos National Laboratory nuclear weapons complex in New Mexico.

The fire, which was 4 miles away from Los Alamos on Tuesday has burned about 93 square miles in less than two days, MSNBC reported.

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Donovan Short, 104.7 Kiss FM, Casper
Donovan Short, 104.7 Kiss FM, Casper
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Two Months After Tornadoes, Rubble Remains in Alabama [PHOTOS]

Nearly two months after an outbreak of tornadoes swept through Alabama and other states, a Casper, Wyoming radio crew went to check out the damage.

Donovan Short from KISS 104.7 FM went to Alabama to visit family and saw the damage that remained after the news crews were long gone.

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Kevork Djansezian, Getty Images
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Wildfires Burn in 12 States; 11,000 Evacuated

As the largest wildfire in Arizona state history continued to burn in the eastern central part of the state on Wednesday, firefighters in 11 other states were busy battling blazes.

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What City Is Most Overdue For a Hurricane?

Tornadoes have captured much of the nation's attention this year, but hurricane season is not too far away, so Americans should be prepared for the possibility of devastating storms, even if you think there's no way one will come to your town.

A new list says Honolulu, Hawaii is the most overd

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New Deadly Tornado Footage

In the aftermath of the Joplin MO tornado and others that have claimed at least 130 lives, new footage of part of a string of twisters that have crossed Kansas, and Oklahoma.

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