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KVAL - Judy Magana arrived early Tuesday morning to see for herself. "Oh my God. I mean, it’s gone," she said of the clubhouse at Mallard Creek Golf Course. "Everything is gone in there."Firefighters say an electrical malfunction late Monday night ignited the blaze that ripped through the building, doing an estimated $1.3 million in damage. A call reporting a fire in the dining room came in to 911 at 11:27 p.m., the Lebanon Fire Department said. The first crews on scene found flames through the roof of the building. Firefighters worked to supply enough water to battle the fire.
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
 
East Idaho News - Vandals are being blamed for a massive flood that destroyed the basement of a medical clinic early Monday morning. Tens of thousands of gallons of water from a nearby canal poured into the Idaho Foot and Ankle Center on Elk Creek Drive around midnight. At one point, the water filled the basement and inched toward the top of the stairs. “The force of the water was so great it literally burst the deadbolts and all the locks on the basement doors,” Dr. Kylin Kovac said. “There was a waterfall down the back staircase. I’ve never seen anything like it.”
Wednesday, September 02, 2015
 
Business Insider - There are some storms a-brewin’ ... and although none of them have made landfall, they’re making part of the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii resemble a Van Gogh painting. Here’s a photo showing Hurricanes Kilo, Ignacio, and Jimena from left to right. This is the first time three Category 4 storms have been seen in the central and eastern Pacific Ocean at one time, according to The Weather Channel. Category 4 hurricanes have wind speeds anywhere from 130 to 156 mph. Hurricanes are categorized primarily by wind speeds: The higher the sustained wind speed, the stronger the hurricane.
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
 
NBC 10 - Police and firefighters are on the scene of a building collapse at Bryant University Tuesday morning. Campus police say the collapse occurred at a domed structure under construction near the baseball field and not far from the Chace Athletic Center on the Smithfield campus. Officials said six construction workers were injured, some falling as far at 30 feet. All have what is described as non life-threatening injuries. The cause for the steel beam collapse has not been determined. The building under construction was an indoor practice facility.
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
 
Canadian Underwriter - Ten years after Hurricane Katrina – the most costly natural disaster ever faced by the insurance industry and one of the most powerful storms to strike the United States Gulf Coast – the risk of catastrophic storm surge remains, according to a new report from catastrophe modelling firm AIR Worldwide. The Katrina 2015 report models two scenarios for Hurricane Katrina’s landfalls along the Gulf Coast with today’s exposure: the first with catastrophic failure in the flood defence system, the second with the new flood defences holding.
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
 
NBC New York - A large fire that sent flames and smoke shooting into the sky displaced 16 residents early Tuesday in the Bronx. The fire started around 4 a.m. at Bryant Avenue and 172nd Street, according to the FDNY. The blaze, which started in a garage, quickly spread up to the building’s upper floors and caused the ceiling to collapse, authorities said. Neighbors said the smoke spread into their buildings, forcing them out of their homes.“I thought there was a fire in [my] building,” neighbor Orlando Gonzalez said. Fire officials said no injuries had been reported.
Tuesday, September 01, 2015
 
Live Insurance News - More than 10 years have passed since Hurricane Katrina hit the United States, and many homeowners are still reeling from the damage caused by the catastrophe. Homeowners faced one of the most expensive disasters in the history of the country and its insurance industry, with some $80 billion in losses, with another $16.1 billion in flood insurance claims. The hurricane, as well as other storms that hit the country between 2008 and 2012, caused serious problems to the National Flood Insurance Program that it has not yet recovered from.
Monday, August 31, 2015
 
WCSC - The flash flood warning for parts of Charleston and Berkeley Counties is over, but the flood advisory is up through 11:30 and the coastal flood advisory for Charleston, coastal Colleton, Beaufort and coastal Jasper Counties remains until noon Monday, the 5th wettest day ever recorded in Charleston. The city of Charleston saw 6.43 inches in 6 hours Monday. At 8:56 a.m., minutes before a flash flood warning was set to expire, Charleston County Consolidated Dispatch reported several road closures and water entering homes in parts of North Charleston.
Monday, August 31, 2015
 
KIRO 7 - High winds and rain cuased widespread outages and damage in the Seattle area. On Sunday, most power outages had been restored -- and the windstorm had passed. Some areas remained without power. Seattle City Light reported over 6,500 customers were still affected.Puget Sound Energy said Sunday evening that some residents may remain without power through Tuesday. Spotty showers persisted in some areas of the Puget Sound. Sunday, Washington did not experience the damaging winds of Saturday’s storm; instead, winds were breezy.
Monday, August 31, 2015
 
Hawaii News Now - Hurricane Ignacio has maintained its speed in the Central Pacific as its track takes the storm near the Hawaiian islands. The National Hurricane Center said at 5 a.m. Friday, Ignacio was located approximately 840 miles east-southeast of Hilo. It had maximum sustained winds of 90 miles per hour with higher gusts. Additional strengthening is forecast during the next 48 hours, and Ignacio could become a Category 3 hurricane by Friday. Hurricane force winds extend outward up to 25 miles from the center, and Tropical Storm force winds extend 80 miles.
Friday, August 28, 2015
 
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