From Monday to Wednesday, central U.S. cities witnessed massive rain storms, receiving a month’s worth of rain within 48 hours. Cities in Texas, Michigan, Oklahoma, and everywhere between are experiencing flooding as rivers rise. Reaching major flood levels will be an easy feat for some rivers. Indiana towns, Elkhart and Goshen, were hit hard, declaring a state of emergency, forcing citizens to evacuate.
If you have to abandon your home and car to escape the dangerous floods, what should you do once you return home?
We’re all familiar with myths, legends, and old wives’ tales, and they’re usually fun to hear. But it’s all fun and games until you apply them to real life situations. We have a list of common survival tips that are more fiction than fact.
Sunday, February 4th, the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will go head to head in Minneapolis for the games of all games, the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl creates friendships and rivals, as well as salsa stained clothes, crushed chip carpeting, and beer soaked sofas. Whether you’re watching the game from home, a bar, even the stadium, you gotta have FOOD.
The Sunday spectacle is the second-largest food consumption event after Thanksgiving, bringing in consumption numbers such as...
Winter Storm Jaxon starts today in the West of the US: hitting parts of California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming.
Heavy, wind-driven snow is expected tomorrow from Winter Storm Jaxon.