Homes and Cars: What To Do After Flooding Occurs

Homes and Cars: What To Do After Flooding Occurs

February 23, 2018

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?

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Top 10 Survival Tips You Shouldn't Try

Top 10 Survival Tips You Shouldn't Try

February 15, 2018

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.

  1. Don’t Try: Sucking venom out of a snakebite.
    Try: If someone is bitten with a venomous bite, get to a hospital as soon as possible. In transit, try to keep their heart rate low and hold the affected limb below heart level.
  2. Don’t Try: Playing dead when a bear attacks.
    Try: In the woods, quietly back away. In or around your yard and/or campsite, make yourself large and loud to scare off the bear.
  3. Don’t Try: Punching a shark in the nose.

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Too Cold For The Gold? Winter Olympics 2018

Too Cold For The Gold? Winter Olympics 2018

February 08, 2018

Olympic organizers are taking no chances, after a recent concert held in the 35,000 seat PyeongChang Olympic Stadium left six people with hypothermia, preparations are being made to keep everyone warm. The ceremony will be shortened from it’s usual 4-hour procession to 2-hours. Team USA, will walk out onto the floor in exclusive battery charging heated jackets; and spectators will be handed hats, blankets, and seat warmers.

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Pileup After Pileup: Massive 100-Car Pileup on Sunday

Pileup After Pileup: Massive 100-Car Pileup on Sunday

February 06, 2018

As Winter Storm Liam spreads through the good old U.S.A. A mixture of snow, sleet, ice, and rain can be expected across the Plains,  Midwest and Northeast, heightening the risks for more dangerous large car crashes.

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How Cold Can It Get and Tips To NOT Let It Stop You

How Cold Can It Get and Tips To NOT Let It Stop You

February 01, 2018

An Arctic cold front is expected in February and Minnesota is likely to be below freezing as it hosts Super Bowl LII... Stay chipper, continue reading, and beat the winter blues with the tips below:

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Super Bowl and Super Drunk: How Much Is Consumed On Sunday?

Super Bowl and Super Drunk: How Much Is Consumed On Sunday?

January 30, 2018

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...

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First Time in 150 Years: Blue Moon, Supermoon and Lunar Eclipse All At Once

First Time in 150 Years: Blue Moon, Supermoon and Lunar Eclipse All At Once

January 24, 2018

For the first time in over 150 years in the Western Hemisphere, a blue moon, a supermoon, and a lunar eclipse will converge next week

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Strong Winds to Whip Up Wildfires Tomorrow

Strong Winds to Whip Up Wildfires Tomorrow

January 24, 2018

January has sent wildfires through Texas. On Monday, a 2,500 acre fire broke out due to downed power lines in Parker County, forcing North Texas schools and homes to evacuate. Interstates 20 and 30 were closed down for several hours. Other smaller grassfires burned nearby as well.

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Winter Storm Jaxon Is Here: The Fourth Winter Storm Of The New Year

Winter Storm Jaxon Is Here: The Fourth Winter Storm Of The New Year

January 19, 2018

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. 

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2 False Missile Alarms: What To Do During A Nuclear Attack

2 False Missile Alarms: What To Do During A Nuclear Attack

January 16, 2018

The missile threat alert for Hawaii on Saturday was a false alarm. It took 38 minutes for authorities to declare this alert a mistake, using a second emergency alert.

How terrifying it must have been to get that first alert: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL”.

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Winter Storm Hunter Here To Stay Until Saturday

Winter Storm Hunter Here To Stay Until Saturday

January 11, 2018

Winter Storm Hunter comes a week after Winter Storm Grayson hit the East Coast, bigger and more dangerous than its predecessor.

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Southern California Storm Updates: Rivers of Mud and Flooding

Southern California Storm Updates: Rivers of Mud and Flooding

January 09, 2018

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