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Trump to Mexico: U.S. 'will be there for you' after quake
-The Hill - Tue Sep 19 14:00:59 EDT 2017
Trump was criticized for his slow response to the last quake; it took him six days to phone Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to offer condolences and assistance.  Mexico h...
Scallop season finally opens at St. Joe Bay | AL.com
-AL.Com - Thu Sep 21 08:00:45 EDT 2017
And, finally, Gulf County, Fla. -- including St. Joseph Bay -- will have its 2017 scallop season. The Gulf County bay is a popular spot to snorkel or wade for scallops. The se...
Shares of energy producers rose slightly as oil prices held near the psychologically significant $50-per-barrel level. BP said its Thunder Horse platform in the Gulf of Mexico near...
Hurricane Harvey pummeled the country’s energy infrastructure, and there are few incentives in place to promote renewables. During this year’s record-breaking hurricane season, oil...
Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Rick Johnson pauses to listen for people's voices as they search for people in a neighborhood inundated by water from the Addicks Reservoir, Wednesda...
Trump's border wall: A look at the numbers
-Fox News - Thu Sep 21 12:08:38 EDT 2017
One of President Trump’s biggest campaign promises was his vow to build a wall along the country’s southernmost border. Read on for a closer look at Trump’s proposed border wall by...
Why some hurricanes linger while other storms die quickly
-The Seattle Times - Mon Sep 18 14:06:07 EDT 2017
WASHINGTON (AP) — This hurricane season is showing how wild and varied storms’ life cycles can be. Most storms seem to be tracked for days while others appear to pop out of nowhere...
Trump offers condolences to Mexican president after quake, storm
-Fox News - Thu Sep 14 23:45:56 EDT 2017
The White House issued a statement late Thursday, confirming that President Donald Trump has spoken with his Mexican counterpart regarding last week’s back-to-back natural disaster...
Chevron terminates Gulf of Mexico rig contract early
-UPI - Thu Sep 21 05:06:33 EDT 2017
Sept. 21 (UPI) -- A subsidiary of Chevron terminated a contract for a rig working in deep U.S. waters in the Gulf of Mexico nearly a year early, Transocean announced. "A subsidiary...
Though J Balvin has spent much of the last year in motion thanks to revving collaborations and his own smash of the summer, "Mi Gente," he spent a rare, still moment with MTV News ...
Relocated Lone Star Flight Museum in Houston opens Saturday
-ABC-13 - Thu Sep 14 20:02:56 EDT 2017
A vintage military aircraft museum in Galveston that was swamped by Hurricane Ike in 2008 and survived Harvey after recently moving to Houston is set to open. Officials with the Lo...
Hurricane Maria and Jose will impact millions over the next week from the Caribbean to the East Coast. Jose is expected to bring tropical storm conditions to the portions of the Mi...
AKRON, Ohio - Not only are temperatures staying unseasonably warm Tuesday in Akron, but the humidity is expected to jump as well, ushering in a feeling of mid-summer. While the mor...
Mexico offered rescuers, little long-term aid after quake
-The Seattle Times - Wed Sep 20 14:07:01 EDT 2017
Governments and civilians around the world expressed condolences and promises of aid on Wednesday to help Mexico cope with a magnitude 7.1 earthquake that levelled buildings and ki...
Perry rejects calls to sell off emergency oil reserve
-The Hill - Fri Sep 15 14:01:13 EDT 2017
Energy Secretary says the United States shouldn’t sell off its emergency crude oil supply to boost the federal budget, breaking with the White House. Perry was asked at a Friday pr...
Hurricane Harvey Was a Major Test for the Texas Power Grid
-Scientific American - Mon Sep 18 08:18:40 EDT 2017
The widespread flooding and high winds that blew in with Hurricane Harvey took hundreds of electricity lines and more than 10,000 Megawatts (MW) of electricity generating capacity ...
* U.S. WTI crude near $50 per barrel * U.S. Gulf refineries restarting after Hurricane Harvey * U.S. rig count falls to lowest since June By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE, Sept 18 (R...
How Harvey and Irma Have Ruined Texas and Florida Real Estate
-24/7 Wall St. - Sat Sep 16 05:07:52 EDT 2017
The combined damage of hurricanes Harvey and Irma has been pegged above $100 billion, which makes them among the most expensive disasters in American history. Most of the damage wa...
Why some hurricanes linger while other storms die quickly
-mySanAntonio.com - Mon Sep 18 14:00:24 EDT 2017
This Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, GOES East satellite image provided by NASA taken at 7:45 p.m EDT, shows Hurricane Maria as it approaches the Lesser Antilles. Maria swiftly grew into a...
Disaster Geology: A Tale of Two Mexican Earthquakes
-Scientific American - Wed Sep 20 23:55:59 EDT 2017
The disasters keep on coming. This summer has seen massive mudslides, catastrophic monsoon flooding, and hurricane rain intense enough to depress an entire landmass, to note just a...
How to help victims of the Mexico City earthquake
-CBS News - Wed Sep 20 14:11:07 EDT 2017
Rescue crews are still sorting through the remnants of collapsed buildings after the deadliest earthquake to strike Mexico City in decades. At least 223 people died in the 7.1-magn...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Things are heating up today in Cleveland, marking the first day of a warm September week ahead. Between plenty of daytime heating from the very sunny skies with l...
The Atlantic is bubbling with tropical activity
-ABC-13 - Fri Sep 15 05:15:35 EDT 2017
Lee and Maria may soon join Jose as storms spinning over the Atlantic. Meteorologist Travis Herzog says none of these tropical systems pose an immediate threat to the Gulf, but we'...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - The forecast is in: Northeast Ohio is looking at a steamy week ahead with highs in the 80s nearly every day. Normally this time of year, high temperatures typical...
Captain's Corner: Spearfishing clouded by poor visibility caused by Irma
-Tampa Bay Times - Mon Sep 18 14:07:56 EDT 2017
Spearfishing in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) has been hampered by the lack of underwater visibility due to Hurricane Irma. The winds of Irma pulled up sediment from the bottom and susp...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Temperature predictions for the weekend in Northeast Ohio won't stop increasing, with highs in the low 80s now expected for Friday through Sunday - that's over 10...
AKRON, Ohio - Get ready for another taste of summer Monday in Akron, with hot temperatures setting the stage for a warm week ahead. Very sunny skies coupled with southwesterly wind...
North Dakota students raise funds to help Texas community
-mySanAntonio.com - Tue Sep 19 20:00:30 EDT 2017
DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) — High school students in the western part of North Dakota are raising money to help their "sister city" in Texas damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Dickinson Nation...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Northeast Ohio's hot week ahead will leak into the weekend, with warm, summer-like temperatures and plenty of sun. Friday, 80-degree temperatures are back, with r...
CLEVELAND, Ohio - Today's steamy-hot weather is inching Cleveland closer to its all-time record high of 90 degrees set back in 1931. Temperatures in the morning will still feel coo...
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