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by lilhurricane 11:38PM Sunday Aug 26 2012
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Gulf coast states are preparing to be hit by Tropical Storm Isaac after the U.S. National Hurricane Center issued hurricane warnings for an area stretching from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle on Sunday.

Isaac is expected to hit somewhere between southeastern Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle either late Tuesday or early Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center said. The warnings stretched from east of Morgan City, La. -- which includes the New Orleans area -- to Destin, Fla.

As Isaac passed over the Florida keys, preparations began farther north as forecasters warned that the storm could be a strong Category 2 hurricane by the time it reaches the Gulf Coast..

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal declared a state of emergency for Louisiana on Sunday afternoon, while New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu took the same action for his city.

"Now is not the time to panic; it's a time to prepare," Landrieu said in a statement.

»www.foxnews.com/weather/2012/08/···-sunday/

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by lilhurricane 08:18PM Thursday Aug 09 2012
By Alexandra Ludka / Aug 9, 2012
Image credit: NOAA.

Hurricane Ernesto approaching the Yucatan Peninsula.
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by lilhurricane 11:53AM Sunday Mar 04 2012
By Lisa J. Huriash, Sun Sentinel

4:44 p.m.
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by lilhurricane 11:33PM Monday Jan 30 2012
By Darryl Fears, Monday, January 30, 7:37 PM

Every child learns this sad and basic truth about nature: The snake eats the rabbit.

But in the southernmost part of the Florida Everglades, things have taken a really wild turn.
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by lilhurricane 11:38PM Saturday Jan 07 2012
There are new laws and other changes that go into effect Sunday.

MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE: The Florida minimum wage goes up to $7.67 per hour.
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by lilhurricane 04:05PM Thursday Dec 22 2011
By Terry Dickson

An anonymous man bought $500 in gift cards at a Waycross McDonald’s Monday morning and handed them right back to the shift manager asking that they be used for the hungry and homeless, the restaurant’s owner said.

“No name.
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by lilhurricane 12:40PM Friday Sep 23 2011
September 23, 2011 at 10:26 AM

Updated today at 12:22 PM

Applications will be accepted online-only from 6:30 a.m. on September 28 through 4 p.m. on Friday September 30 – or until a total of 6,000 new applications have been received.

»www.whas11.com/video?id=130420323&sec=553497

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by lilhurricane 07:18AM Wednesday Aug 24 2011
By Andrew Restuccia - 08/24/11 05:20 AM ET

Virginia's largest earthquake in more than a century shook the East Coast on Tuesday and is likely to revive a long-standing debate about the safety of the country's nuclear power plants.

The 5.8 magnitude earthquake caused the shutdown of two nuclear reactors at the North Anna Power Station in Louisa County, Va.
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by lilhurricane 11:38PM Saturday Aug 20 2011
»www.liberty2010.org/realid/index.php

What is the REAL ID Act?

The REAL ID Act is a law passed by Congress in 2005. It makes the States change the way they issue ID cards and driver licenses.
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by 93388818 08:34PM Thursday May 12 2011
By Mike Snider, USA TODAY

Consumers will get emergency alerts for hurricanes, tornadoes and other disasters on their cellphones as part of a new alert network to be announced Tuesday by the Federal Communications Commission.

The Personal Localized Alerting Network (PLAN) will allow emergency officials to send geographically targeted text messages to cellphones in areas where danger threatens.
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by lilhurricane 07:14AM Thursday May 12 2011
By Brian K. Sullivan and David Mildenberg -

Residents of Louisiana and Mississippi should be ready for flooding along tributaries, bayous and spillways as the swollen Mississippi River pushes record amounts of water south to the Gulf of Mexico, the states’ governors said.
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by lilhurricane 07:44AM Friday May 06 2011
(Reuters) - The rising Mississippi river lapped over downtown Memphis streets on Thursday as a massive wall of water threatened to unleash near record flooding all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.

Water lapped over Riverside Drive and onto Beale Street in Memphis, and threatened some homes on Mud Island, a community of about 5,000 residents with a river theme park.
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by lilhurricane 01:30PM Saturday Apr 09 2011
By BOB JOHNSON

More than a thousand students from colleges across Alabama rallied in front of the Alabama Statehouse Thursday seeking additional funding for Alabama colleges and universities.

Several of the students said they also want legislators to do something about rapidly increasing tuition on Alabama campuses.

After listening to politicians including Gov. Robert Bentley and several legislators speak at the football-style pep rally, Jacksonville State University freshman Chase Brisendine said he didn't hear any of the speakers talk about the rising cost of tuition, which he said is making a college education unaffordable for many students.

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by lilhurricane 01:29PM Saturday Apr 09 2011
By LUCAS L. JOHNSON II

Small businesses in Tennessee oppose any kind of health care mandate, including one approved in the House on Thursday that would require insurance companies to include hearing aids for individuals up to 18 years of age in their policies, said the state director for the National Federation of Independent Business.
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by lilhurricane 01:28PM Saturday Apr 09 2011
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) The severe storms that rumbled across North Carolina and South Carolina are long gone, but their effects are lingering.
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by lilhurricane 01:26PM Saturday Apr 09 2011
By Amanda Evans

News of the budget deal has many in Central Florida breathing a sigh of relief.
It means military families will keep getting paid and some national parks will remain open.
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by lilhurricane 01:24PM Saturday Apr 09 2011
JEFF HARRINGTON
ST. PETERSBURG TIMES
Regulators have approved an average rate hike of 18.8 percent for Florida homeowners covered by State Farm, according to state documents filed Friday.
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by lilhurricane 08:20AM Monday Mar 21 2011
(Reuters) - The 2011 Atlantic hurricane season will be nearly as busy as the one that just ended, Colorado State University meteorologists predicted on Wednesday.

The forecasting team anticipates 17 tropical storms, with nine of those strengthening into hurricanes during the season that runs from June 1 to November 30.
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by lilhurricane 10:02PM Tuesday Jan 11 2011
The Associated Press
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.

A Senate committee is looking for ways to help slow down Florida's runaway home foreclosures problem that is hampering the state's growth and prosperity.

Officials from the attorney general's office told the Senate Banking and Insurance Committee on Tuesday that nearly all of Florida is considered to be in a high state of foreclosure and that not a lot of folks are doing much about it.

They said the foreclosure process in Florida is in total disarray.

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by lilhurricane 12:28AM Sunday Dec 05 2010
CELEBRATION, FL (CNN) - Tragedy strikes in a Florida town built by Disney. Authorities in Celebration said they're dealing with the first homicide in the 14-year-old picture-perfect town.
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