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Two Found Dead In Louisiana Flooded Home

Posted: 08/31/2012 - Authorities say the bodies of a man and a woman have been found in a home in the flood-ravaged Louisiana community of Braithwaite.

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Isaac Weakens To Tropical Depression

Updated: 08/30/2012 - Crews are breaching a levee stressed by Isaac's floodwaters in southeast Louisiana's hard-hit Plaquemines Parish.

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Rescues As Isaac Floods Outside New Orleans

Posted: 08/30/2012 - Isaac's whistling winds lashed this city and the storm dumped nearly a foot of rain on its desolate streets, but the system of levee pumps, walls and gates appeared to withstand one of the stiffest challenges yet. To the north and south, though, people had to be evacuated or rescued as Isaac lingered over Louisiana.

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Isaac Losing Steam But Still Drenching La., Miss.

Posted: 08/30/2012 - Isaac is drenching Louisiana and Mississippi but is weakening as it trudges roughly north over land and should lose its tropical storm status by Thursday night.

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Isaac Loses Strength, Downgraded To Tropical Storm

Updated: 08/29/2012 - Hurricane Isaac pushed water over a rural levee to flood some homes, knocked out power and immersed beach-front roads in Louisiana and Mississippi early Wednesday as it began a drenching slog inland from the Gulf of Mexico with a newly fortified New Orleans in its path.

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Heavy Rain And Some Flooding In Wichita

Updated: 08/26/2012 - More than two and half inches of rain has fallen in the metro since this morning. Localized flooding is being reported in some locations across Wichita.

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Isaac Poses Potential Problems For RNC

Posted: 08/22/2012 - All Isaac needs to do is come close to Tampa to bring a lot of problems to the Republican National Convention. Even during an average summer thunderstorm in this area, major roads can flood.

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USDA: Rain, Cooler Weather Helping Corn, Soybeans

Posted: 08/13/2012 - A new crop condition report shows cooler weather and spotty rainfall in the middle of the country has slowed the deterioration of the nation's corn and soybean crop.

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USGS Study Says Algae Toxins In Kansas River

Posted: 07/31/2012 - A federal study shows that toxins from a large algae bloom in a Kansas reservoir wound up in the Kansas River, a major drinking water source for about 800,000 residents in eastern Kansas.

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Northeast Cleans Up From Deadly Intense Storms

Posted: 07/27/2012 - Communities around the Northeast are cleaning up after strong thunderstorms swept from Ohio into upstate New York, knocking out power to tens of thousands and leaving at least two people dead.

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Pregnant Woman, Baby Killed By Lightning

Posted: 07/24/2012 - State police say 36-year-old Mary H. Yoder was outside with her husband and two children late Tuesday morning in Garrett when a storm moved in.

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