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In space, no one can hear you scream — but everyone can hear the classical music loud and clear. Science-fiction movies have had a long affinity for classical music, and the relationship is a fascinating and complex one. In "Prometheus," Ridley...
Could South Florida become the Saudi Arabia of ocean energy? Just as the desert nation rests on vast pools of oil, South Florida sits next to the Gulf Stream, a wind-driven current of immense power. Florida Atlantic University on Tuesday moved a step...
Web ReporterGet ready for heavy rains and possible flooding this weekend. Flood watches and warnings are in effect for parts of Western Washington. Crews are bracing for the heavy rainfall and they're keeping an eye on possible flooded rivers and street flooding...
Web ReporterIn downtown Kent, there is a facility that focuses on the most fragile among us. At Pediatric Interim Care Center, nurses take care of babies who have been exposed to drugs taken by their mothers during pregnancy. While there is always concern about...
Q13 FOX NewsDo we have enough body bags? That's just one of the tough questions the King County Council is asking in preparation for what could be massive flooding this winter. The council met with state emergency managers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency...
Web ReporterScientists have begun monitoring an abutment at Howard Hanson Dam around the clock as the annual spring storage of water in the reservoir gets underway. The reservoir at the dam has reached 1,147 feet above sea level, the point at which the U.S. Army...
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Web ReporterAuburn city leaders are outraged that vandals would even think of tearing up a massive flood wall designed to protect several cities from the Green River. Sarah Miller, who is the emergency preparedness manager for the city of Auburn, says they've seen...
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Web ReporterThe Army Corps of Engineers said Thursday that hurried repairs this summer at the Howard Hanson Dam have lessened the chances the Green River will flood this winter to 1-in-25. Previously, the corps has said there was a 1-in-4 chance that a flood would...
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ReporterThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working side-by-side with the National Weather Service to predict flooding and reduce flood risks in Western Washington. Ted Buehner of the National Weather Service says, "It's all about protecting lives and property...
Tags: U.S. Army, Floods, Defense, Gaming, Armed Forces
Web ReporterAuthorities are on high alert as heavy rains continue to pour onto Western Washington. The King County Flood Warning Center has opened. They are watching the waters rise on the Tolt and Snoqualmie Rivers which are now on flood alert. As of 9 a.m....
ReporterRenton's South Treatment Plant is taking precautions in case there's major flooding caused by the weakened Howard Hanson Dam. King County employees tested flood walls on Thursday that'll surround most the property. They're giant inflatable tubes made...
Tags: Disasters, Floods, Natural Disasters, Energy Saving
Web ReporterHeavy rain Friday and Saturday will cause rivers to rise, but homes and businesses near the Green River and the Howard Hanson Dam are expected to be safe. Forecasters say the rain will come in two systems - Friday afternoon and evening, and then Saturday...
Tags: Bodies of Water, Floods, Business, 2016 Olympic Games, Rivers
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