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Tropical Storm Barry Makes Landfall In Louisiana And Weakens On Saturday Afternoon

After a brief life as a hurricane, Barry has been downgraded back to a tropical storm. The center of the hurricane was about 30 miles south of Lafayette, swirling near Intracoastal City,

Tropical Storm Barry Lashing The Gulf Coast As It Heads To Louisiana

 As night fell on the Gulf Coast Friday, Tropical Storm Barry was inching closer toward the coastline of Louisiana with 65-mph winds.   Barry will be the first tropical system of 2019

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Seattle And Puget Sound On Friday Morning

A magnitude 4.6 earthquake shook Seattle and the Puget Sound region just before 3 a.m. Friday morning, according to the United States Geological Survey.  “It’s been widely felt throughout the Seattle area,”

Larger 4.9 Magnitude Aftershock Rattles Southern California A Week After 7.1 Magnitude Quake

A magnitude 4.9 quake struck in Redecrest Friday morning, one of the largest aftershocks to last Friday’s 7.1 earthquake in several days, the U.S. Geological survey reported.  The quake hit at 6:11

FBI Investigates Secret Society of Tattooed Deputies For Allegedly Planting Evidence On Innocent People

The FBI is investigating a secret society of tattooed deputies in East Los Angeles as well as similar gang-like groups elsewhere within the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, it was reported Thursday.News

Mountain Lion Sightings In A California Neighborhood Prompts Warning

Officials in San Mateo, Calif., are reminding residents to be alert after home surveillance video captured a mountain  prowling the neighborhood on Sunday.   The big cat was spotted bounding along a sidewalk

Twitter Returns To Full Capacity After Being Down On Thursday

Twitter is back online for some people after being down for nearly an hour Thursday afternoon. Tweets weren’t loading in the app or on desktop for several Engadget editors, while Down Detector

New Measles Case Confirmed At UCLA, Potential Exposure To Students, Staff And Visitors This Month

Health officials are warning residents of another Los Angeles measles case with potential exposure to students, staff and visitors at UCLA this month.   A campus employee tested positive for the infection

New Orleans Is Already Getting Flooded, Louisiana Gov. Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Possible Hurricane

The first tropical system to slam the US this year is expected to make landfall as a hurricane. But days before landfall, it was already walloping New Orleans with widespread flooding. The

Severe Storms And Flooding Hit New Orleans

Severe thunderstorms were moving through New Orleans early Wednesday morning (July 10), causing street flooding and prompting tornado warnings.   About 19,535 businesses and homes without power in the seven-parish area as