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Govt Officials Warn Cities Could Be Destroyed By Hurricanes

Future hurricanes around the United States could cause extreme flooding, oil spills, and other natural disasters that could render an area uninhabitable for several years. Torrential rain and wind frequently cause catastrophic damage in Houston, Miami, New Orleans, and several other places during a hurricane. And while those cities have always recovered in the past, that might not be the case in the future. The reason? Many experts are concerned about future hurricanes having enough power to render cities uninhabitable.
HOUSTON, TX
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Mel Tucker explains Spartans dragged Hurricanes ‘into the deep water’

The Michigan State Spartans improved their record to a perfect 3-0 for the first time since 2015 on Saturday afternoon, taking down the No. 24 ranked Miami Hurricanes in Florida by a 38-17 final score. Quarterback Payton Thorne was 18-for-31 for 261 yards, with TD passes to Kenneth Walker III, Jayden Reed and twice to Jalen Nailor.
MICHIGAN STATE
travelblog.org

The Florida Panhandle Beaches

This morning, at 9:30 AM and 83 degrees (and it seemed like 100% humidity), we put Satellite Beach in our rear view mirror and headed for the panhandle of Florida. For anyone who has made this trip, you know well that it is less than interesting and largely boring. We crossed the state to I-75 and drove up to I-10 and west to Panama City Beach. We had expected to hit a lot of rain, remnants of Nicholas, but the rain was sparce and the trip was uneventful. The only thing we saw that was of interest was the banner across the road in Blountstown that read “Goat Day Oct 16”. I wonder what that is all about. No worry, we were not inclined to stick around and find out. We checked into our hotel an hour later than we had anticipated. We did not realize when we planned this day that Panama City Beach is in the central time zone. We should have known. If I recall, we got bitten by the same bug last time we went through here.
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL
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18-Wheeler rolls out with hundreds of supplies for Hurricane Ida victims

Mobile, Ala. (WALA)-- The Port City continues to step up to help Louisiana still struggling to recover from Hurricane Ida. "Right now, we are in the process of helping New Orleans, and we know they would do the same if it was us that was in a disaster,” said event organizer and Prichard councilman Lorenzo Martin.
MOBILE, AL
WPMI

Community packs truck full of donations for Louisiana Hurricane Ida victims

MOBILE, AL. (WPMI) — The community gathered supplies all day Saturday in front of Ladd-Peebles Stadium to send off to Louisiana to help those affected by Hurricane Ida. Organizer Lorenzo Martin says they wanted to hold this hurricane relief drive to help our Mardi Gras neighbors in New Orleans who are still struggling weeks after the storm.
LOUISIANA STATE
spacecoastdaily.com

No. 24 Miami Hurricanes Get Blown Out by Michigan State 38-17 at Hard Rock Stadium

ABOVE VIDEO: The Miami Hurricanes fell to the Michigan State Spartans, 38-17. Miami WR Charleston Rambo had a big game in the loss, with 12 catches for 156 yards and 2 TD’s. Michigan State’s defense forced two D’Eriq King interceptions however, and the Hurricanes defense failed to secure any turnovers. King threw for 388 yards and 2 touchdowns in the game. The Miami rushing attack yielded just 52 yards.
MICHIGAN STATE
Texarkana Gazette

Ten years later, Bear Creek still Northeast Texas' largest wildfire | 'That weekend we had wind from the backside of a hurricane and that is what fueled it'

LINDEN, Texas — Ten years after the devastating Bear Creek Fire raged through parts of Cass and Marion counties, the fire still remains the largest wildfire in Northeast Texas history. Those who worked it and those who had homes in its path will never forget it. "It's still the biggest...
TEXAS STATE
247Sports

VIDEO: Instant reaction to Miami's loss to Michigan State

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Watch an instant reaction immediately following the conclusion of the 24th-ranked Hurricanes 38-17 to Michigan State on Saturday night. Miami (1-2) were outgained by the Spartans (3-0) 454-440 in total yards. Christopher Stock has covered the Miami Hurricanes since 2003 and can be reached by e-mail...
MICHIGAN STATE
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