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A campaign sign for Wichita Falls mayoral candidate Lowry Crane is torn to pieces across a Wichita Falls lawn. [Read More]
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ARSENAL star Aaron Ramsey had his new four-year contract ripped up because Gunners boss Unai Emery wants to bring in his own signings next summer. [Read More]
Park Slope residents say construction near the intersection where two children were killed earlier this year is a waste of the city's time and money. Two months ago city officials touted the resurfacing and re-striping of the intersection of 5th Avenue and 9th Street as much-needed life-saving work. It came in the wake of the crash that killed one-year-old Joshua Lew and four-year-old Abigail Blumenstein. However, during the last week Department of Transportation workers were back... [Read More]
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Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore. Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes and hotels once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay scattered across foundations. A few structures in …... [Read More]
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After Wednesday's incredible storm, the Lakewalk is closed in the Canal Park area. Piece of boardwalk are ripped up, asphalt washed out and rocks strewn everywhere. [Read More]
Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore. From a helicopter, you can see many of the homes and hotels that populated this beachside town of about 1,200 are gone. A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions. Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay scattered... [Read More]
Mexico Beach, Florida is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore. From a helicopter, you can see many of the homes and hotels that populated the beachside town of about 1,200 are gone. A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions. Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay scattered... [Read More]
Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore. From a helicopter, you can see many of the homes and hotels that populated this beachside town of about 1,200 are gone. A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions. Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay scattered... [Read More]
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Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore. From a helicopter, you can see many of the homes and hotels that populated this beachside town of about 1,200 are gone. A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions. Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay scattered... [Read More]
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Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore. From a helicopter, you can see many of the homes and hotels that populated this beachside town of about 1,200 are gone. A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions. Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay scattered... [Read More]
PANAMA CITY, Fla., Oct 11- Florida's Panhandle took stock on Thursday of the hammering destruction wrought by Hurricane Michael, with homes obliterated or reduced to rubble and power lines and trees ripped up by the third most powerful storm ever to strike the U.S. mainland. Michael, now weakened to a tropical storm as it doused Georgia and the Carolinas with... [Read More]
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Mexico Beach, Florida, is not just destroyed. For the most part, it's not there anymore. From a helicopter, you can see many of the homes and hotels that populated this beachside town of about 1,200 are gone. A few houses and other structures remain standing, but they're the exceptions. Hurricane Michael's wind and storm surge ripped up buildings like posies and carried them inland. Where homes once stood, offering premium views of the Gulf of Mexico, a few boards lay... [Read More]
We started walking uphill and south from Tuolumne Meadows toward Budd Lake about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. To the east we could already see snow on the flanks of 13,050-foot Mount Dana, second-highest point in the Tuolumne River watershed and in Tuolumne County. Sunshine and blue sky were breaking through ripped-up,... [Read More]
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UNAI EMERY has ripped up Arsene Wenger's European away game rulebook this season. Emery replaced Wenger in the summer at Arsenal and has made a number of changes to their approach to away mat…... [Read More]
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The Red Wing Fire Department is currently in the process of having the concrete in front of the fire station redone.The concrete had been poured this week, but did not meet Accessible Design regulations due to an incorrect angle of the slope leading up to the firehouse. According to Rick Moskwa of Red... [Read More]
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Search teams made desperate last-ditch efforts Friday to find survivors, a week on from Indonesia's devastating quake-tsunami, as the death toll from the disaster rose above 1,500.The city of Palu on Sulawesi island has been left in ruins after being hit by a 7.5 magnitude quake and a wall of water, which flattened homes, ripped up trees and overturned cars.After days of delays, international aid has finally started to arrive in the disaster zone, where the UN says almost 200,000 people are in need of humanitarian assistance.Survivors have ransacked shops and supply trucks in the hunt for basic... [Read More]
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