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Hard weather bells dropped for central Pa.

All difficult weather bells and warnings in central Pennsylvania have been dropped, according to the National Weather Service at State College. No big winds, thunderstorms, lightning or hail are expected to move through the area for the rest of the evening, according to Aaron Tyburski, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. Parts of the area had been during a …

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Flood Advisory replaces Tornado Watch issued for Southern Jersey

A tornado watch that was in effect Saturday for all of South New Jersey has been interrupted. The clock in force has been replaced by a flood adviser in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem County, National Weather Service reports. The thunderstorms that passed through central and southern New Jersey on Saturday night have moved offshore and …

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Lava spatter activity begins from a new crack

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM Lava spewed from a crack that broke this morning between Highway 132 (Kapoho Rd.) And Pohoiki Rd. outside of Pahoa. A new crack is reported to be about 100 meters below this. <! – ~~ -> <! – ~ ~ -> UPDATE: 7:15 pm The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reports that a 17th split has been …

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Michael Bloomberg Slams & # 39; Epidemic & # 39; Too Political Lies To Go To Democracy

Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared Saturday at the "epidemic of abomination" in politics, which he said is "one of the most serious dangers" of American democracy. During an introductory speech at Rice University in Texas, Bloomberg struck "the endless barrier of lies" and "alternative realities" in national politics. "People are entitled to their own opinions, …

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The tornado bell leaves Berks, Tri-County areas undamaged, but rains the road

Berks and the surrounding areas can expect splendid thunderstorms on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Written by Reading Eagle The National Weather Service issued a tornado watch on Saturday afternoon for Berks County and its surroundings, but due to the difficult weather, Berks missed, according to Meteorologist Alan Reppert, with AccuWeather near State College. York, Lancaster, and Coatesville …

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Senior centers have a surprising number of bullying

The unwanted were turned away from the cafeteria tables. Fistfights broke out at karaoke. Dancer became cultivation places for gossip and cruelty. It became clear that this place had a bullying problem on its hands. What many found surprisingly were that the perpetrators and victims were all older. Care homes, elderly and residential buildings for the elderly have introduced programs, …

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Eastern Washington flood reaches emergency levels

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee proclaimed an emergency Saturday for counties in the eastern part of the state who experience severe floods. Flooding affects communities in Ferry, Okanogan and Pend Oreille counties and may get worse next week. The proclamation covers these three plus the 17 other eastern Washington counties facing an increased threat of floods over …

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