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Texas Floods: More Rain on the Way as 13 People Remain Missing

The storm may have passed, but the full scope of the tragedy is just starting to emerge.

As flood waters slowly recede in Texas, more bodies surface — many found in vehicles swept away by raging currents. 1,181 more words

National/World News

Southern storms leave death, destruction in wake

WIMBERLEY, Texas (CNN) – The deadly storms that ripped through the nation’s south are moving east.

The storm has claimed at least 31-lives since the weekend. 240 more words


Claremore, OK: City moves to take leading role in resolving crossing problems

Claremore is bisected by Union Pacific Railroad (UP) and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF) which cross at-grade and 19 level crossings across which BNSF and UP trains sometimes stop as they wait their turn to cross their competitors tracks. 85 more words

Level Crossing

Deadly Weather in Texas Destroys/ Damages Thousands of Homes

States of Disaster declared for 46 Texas counties

Deadly weather has killed at least 20 people in Texas and Oklahoma and left more than a dozen missing, said reports. 420 more words

News Alert

Wren Sturm

I met one of the most kick-ass Millennials yet at a Barnes & Noble in my hometown. Her name is Wren Sturm.

Wren is a server at River Spirit Casino with a damn interesting story to tell. 66 more words


Major Disaster Declared for Oklahoma

Oklahoma Declared Federal Disaster Area

Oklahoma Severe Storms, Tornadoes, Straight-line Winds, and Flooding (DR-4222)

The Disaster President has declared a major disaster exists in the State of Oklahoma and in the areas affected by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding during the period of May 5-10, 2015. 77 more words

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Heavy Rains in Texas, Oklahoma Fuel Hope For California Drought Relief

May 25th, 2015

Los Angeles Times

Summary: Continued rains and flooding throughout Texas and Oklahoma have left some Californian’s wondering if a coming El Nino could prove the solution to four years of drought. 80 more words