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Survey: States Spent Heavily to Clear Winter Snow and Ice

Updated: 05/04/2015 - A harsh winter in much of the country exhausted state snow removal budgets and pushed the resources of transportation agencies to their limits as they fought to keep highways safe and passable.

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Judge: US Government Liable for Some Katrina Flooding

Posted: 05/01/2015 - A judge in Washington has ruled that federal authorities are liable for some of the catastrophic flooding that followed Hurricane Katrina and other storms - flooding blamed on a now-closed navigation channel.

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Ducks Get Relief with Irrigation Water

Updated: 04/30/2015 - The Gilman ponds now have irrigation water flowing through the Martin Slough and the ponds have refilled, providing relief to the wild ducks in the area.

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Death Toll Rises in Everest Avalanche

Posted: 04/29/2015 - Mountaineering officials say the death toll from an avalanche on Mount Everest triggered by last weekend's massive earthquake in Nepal has risen to 19, including two climbers from the United States and one each from China, Australia and Japan.

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Boater Found Safe After Deadly Storm at Sea

Posted: 04/27/2015 - Coast Guard officers say one of five boaters believed missing after a deadly storm off the Alabama coast has turned up safe at home, but four others remain unaccounted for.

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Storm Bringing Snow To The Sierra, Lake Tahoe

Updated: 04/25/2015 - A late season storm blowing in from the north has triggered a winter weather advisory in the Sierra, where several inches of snow is expected at Lake Tahoe Saturday and up to a foot in the upper elevations.

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Unseasonal Rainstorm Kills at Least 30 in Eastern India

Posted: 04/23/2015 - Government officials say an unseasonal storm with heavy rain and hail has killed at least 30 people, injured more than a hundred and caused heavy damage to the winter wheat crop in eastern India.

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Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation

Updated: 04/22/2015 - Nevada is one of 36 states facing a water shortage this summer. Reno is one of 3600 cities taking part in the "National Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation"-- all in hopes of getting more of us to think about and conserve water.

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Beverly Hills Approves New Water Restrictions

Posted: 04/22/2015 - Beverly Hills residents and business owners could be fined up to $1,000 for violating new water restrictions passed by the city following an order from the governor to limit water use amid California's drought.

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