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  • Sochi Olympic organizers prepare for a rainy — and sunny — day

    Sochi Olympic organizers prepare for a rainy — and sunny — day
    SOCHI, Russia — The sun shines brightly as a gentle breeze rustles palm trees along the shore. The forecast calls for a mostly clear sky with mild temperatures through the week.
  • Entire town of Milford, Texas, evacuated after fiery pipeline explosion

    Entire town of Milford, Texas, evacuated after fiery pipeline explosion
    A small town about 50 miles south of Dallas was evacuated out of caution Thursday after officials said a 10-inch pipeline exploded and sent flames and a plume of smoke into the air visible for miles around. No injuries have been reported, Milford Fire...

    Rain or shine, top 5 weather apps worth having

    Rain or shine, top 5 weather apps worth having
    Need help surviving the summer heat? Turn to your smartphone. While some are more useful than others, weather apps are now becoming a fixture on smartphones and tablets. The problem is that weather apps tend to fall into two main categories --...

    Thunder, lightning, rain rattle parts of Southern California

    Some coastal sections of Los Angeles and Orange counties got quite a show early Friday as a thunder and lightning storm moved onto land, bringing heavy showers. National Weather Service radar showed pockets of thunderstorms moving northwest on the ocean...

    Putting an Okie spin on twisters

    Putting an Okie spin on twisters
    OKLAHOMA CITY — Two days before the tornado hit, Gary England had an uneasy feeling. The wind patterns emerging over the weekend reminded him of the conditions that unleashed deadly storms in the region on May 3, 1999. He began warning that...