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Hurricane Ike Blamed For Gas Price Hike

Updated: 09/17/2008 - Hurricane Ike is blamed for sending crude oil and gasoline prices higher today. The massive storm has caused companies along the Texas coast to shut down refining and drilling operations.

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El Dorado Flooding Closes Roads, Calls For Evacuation

Updated: 09/17/2008 - El Dorado City Manager Herb Llewellyn said Friday that the West Branch of Walnut Creek is causing some street flooding. He said the city is placing reverse 911 calls and going door-to-door urging residents to evacuate immediately. It is not a forced evacuation.

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Road Closures In Sedgwick County

Updated: 09/17/2008 - Drivers are strongly requested not to drive through water covered roads and to limit driving while flooding is occurring. Cars stalling on roadways create additional problems for emergency personnel attempting to respond to emergencies.

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Sandbags Available From City, County

Updated: 09/17/2008 - A limited number of sandbags are being made available to the public Friday, Sept. 12, by the public works departments of the City of Wichita and Sedgwick County.

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Gas Price Jumps In Wichita

Updated: 09/17/2008 - Despite the price of crude oil falling $1.71 a barrel Thursday, the price of gas in Wichita jumped 14 cents a gallon.

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Local Firefighters Remember Bryan Johnson

Updated: 09/17/2008 - As firefighters across the country honor the men and women killed on 9/11, thoughts inside Sedgwick County Station 34 turn to the upcoming anniversary of the day they lost one of their own.

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Augusta Water Problems Resolved

Updated: 09/17/2008 - The boil water advisory has now been lifted for the city of Augusta and RWD #4 in Butler County.

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Wichita Prepares For Possible Flood

Updated: 10/19/2008 - City of Wichita officials held a news conference Thursday to brief reporters on how they are preparing for the possibility of 12 inches of rain over the next few days.

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Ike Nears Texas Coast; Galveston Evacuated

Updated: 10/19/2008 - The huge storm now takes up nearly 40% of the entire Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters say Ike should remain a strong Category 3 storm as it comes ashore sometime late Friday or early Saturday.

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