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FOX News - The National Weather Service is warning of new flooding across much of Oklahoma, where creeks, rivers and lakes remain swollen from spring showers. Meteorologist Michael Scotten, in Norman, says two bouts of bad weather should hit the state Thursday. Morning rainfall will likely dwindle before noon, but a system moving in after 2 p.m. could spawn thunderstorms, hail and tornadoes. Some parts of the state could see as much as 3 inches of rain. The greatest threat for severe weather this afternoon is in western Oklahoma, where tennis ball sized hail and tornadoes are possible.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
 
FOX 5 NY - An SUV driven by an elderly woman crashed into a supermarket in Queens Tuesday evening, injuring several people, authorities said. Five people were hurt, the FDNY said. Three were taken to New York Hospital-Queens and two to Elmhurst Hospital. All were listed in serious but stable condition. The accident happened at the Pathmark store on 31-06 Farringdon Street in Flushing just after 6 p.m. The NYPD did not identify the 72-year-old driver but said no charges would be filed, reported the NY Post.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
 
FOX News - New York City transit officials say the massive theft of copper cable along subway train tracks has caused major disruptions in service for hundreds of thousands of commuters. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the crime disrupted service along the entire length of the A and C lines on Wednesday morning. At least 500 feet of cable was discovered stolen from roughly 12 locations along the A train tracks near Howard Beach, Queens. It halted A train service between the Rockaway Boulevard and Broad Channel stations in Queens.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
 
ABC News - Authorities have ordered the evacuation of about 350 homes west of Fort Worth because the swollen Brazos River is expected to flood the area. Parker County officials said Wednesday that residents need to clear out of the homes by 8 p.m. The evacuation order primarily affects homes in the communities of Horseshoe Bend, Lazy Bend and Soda Springs. The Brazos River Authority has opened several flood gates at Possum Kingdom Lake, about 70 miles west of Fort Worth, and the Brazos continues to rise due to the heavy rain of recent days.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
Insurance Business America - The aviation industry is fast becoming one of the hottest areas of interest amongst the cyber community, particularly insurers, as the risk profile to both airplanes and carriers increases. Over the past few months there have been a number of incidents involving cyber within the aviation industry, ranging from industry ‘standard’ breaches of bank accounts, all the way up to supposed incidents of hacking into on-board airline controls. The Irish aircraft carrier Ryanair suffered a breach of its bank accounts in April, with hackers reportedly making off with £3m in funds, which was believed to originate from a Chinese source.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
NBC DFW - Dallas firefighters said two dogs died during a fire caused by a lightning strike at a condominium near Dallas Love Field Tuesday night. Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to a call for a structure fire at a row of condominiums in the 7300 block of Inwood Road at 8:49 p.m. and found fire coming from the roof. After extinguishing the fire, firefighters found two dogs inside. Authorities said they pulled at least one dog out and tried to resucitate it, but both dogs died. No one was home when the fire began.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
WDTN - The National Weather Service confirms that a tornado tossed cars and trucks like toys in a Beavercreek store parking lot Tuesday afternoon. Several cars were overturned at the Kmart at 4480 Indian Ripple Road. The Fitworks was evacuated after a possible gas leak. We also received a photo from an eyewitness that shows the Books & Co. sign off the side of a building at The Greene.Beavercreek Police Captain Eric Grile says two people in the parking lot received minor injuries. One was inside a pickup that was picked up from an adjacent Waffle House restaurant and tossed into the store parking lot.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
KTVU - A one-alarm house fire in Cupertino early Monday morning caused an estimated $75,000 in damage, a Santa Clara County fire spokeswoman said Tuesday. The blaze caused damage estimated at $50,000 to the property and $25,000 to contents, fire spokeswoman Stephanie Stuehler said. Firefighters had responded to a report of fire at 12:06 a.m. Monday in the 19000 block of Meiggs Lane, Stuehler said. The blaze started in the side yard of the home and spread into the garage.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
FOX 4 - Police in Midlothian are warning residents that the dam on Padera Lake, often referred to as Texas Lake, will soon give way. The chief said he expects it to fail sometime Wednesday morning. When that happens, a flood wave will go down Newton Branch into Cottonwood Creek, along Highway 287. The highway has been shut down as a precaution. West and northbound traffic is being diverted to Highway 67 and east and southbound traffic is being detoured to Old Fort Worth Road. There are about 25 homes downstream. Those people were asked to evacuate.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
FOX News - The death toll in the flooding that hit central Texas and parts of surrounding states reached 17 Wednesday morning as more rain threatened to linger in the region for the remainder of the week. The historic storms over Memorial Day weekend, which dumped up to 10 inches in the span of hours in some areas, has prompted new scrutiny for Texas’ storm warning system as officials continue to search for 11 missing from the Texas town of Wimberley. The victims included a 14-year-old who was found with his dog in a storm drain; a high school senior who died after her car was caught in high water; and a man whose mobile home was destroyed by a reported tornado.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
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