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Scattered storms overnight and again Saturday

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – All the risks of severe weather will remain isolated through the rest of the night with the strongest storms now moving into Missouri. Further scattered thunderstorms could be developed during the overnight hours. If storms develop, isolated hail cannot be excluded. Any activity can be on Saturday morning. More storms are expected on Saturday, especially in …

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Judge blocks Trump from building parts of the boundary wall

FILE – In this Friday, April 5, 2019, file photo, President Donald Trump speaks as he visits a new part of the border wall with Mexico in Calexico, California. A federal judge in California has blocked Trump from building blocks of his coveted money wall secured under his assurance of a national emergency. US District Judge Haywood Gilliam Jr Friday, …

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Indiana boy, 4, is swept away by floodwaters while playing

Catastrophic storms through the central US this week, unleashed flooding and tornadoes, and devastating parts of the region. Owen Jones was playing with his friends near Deer Creek in Delphi on Thursday when the incident happened. A group of kids – between ages 12 and 16 – who were with Owen called 911 and tried to follow him, but lost …

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Trump's Public Enemies List Is an Impeachable Offense

L uh before becoming president, Donald Trump called for the jailing of his adversaries. Aided by Attorney General William Barr, he may now actually be training the full force of federal law enforcement against his enemies, real or perceived. Unlike Richard Nixon, who acted in secret, Trump is corrupting the justice system openly and publicly. The seriousness of such a …

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Bodies in submerged Missouri vehicles give storm tax to 9

A pickup truck evacuates from an area in northern Jefferson City Missouri as rivers from the Missouri River rise across the road on Friday, May 24, 2019. The floods came as residents still clean up from a powerful tornado hit the state capital on May 22. (AP Photo / David A. Lieb) OKLAHOMA CITY – A man's and a woman's …

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