STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Deep Cold
A week ago today, Fargo Moorhead recorded a high temperature of 53 degrees. Although chilly, it was a huge improvement over the previous day, May 1, when the high temperature reached only 36 degrees. ... Posted on 5/9/11 at 12:28 PM
AUSTIN, Texas - The National Weather Service issued a new flash flood watch on Thursday for large parts of Texas, where severe weather this week has left at least 16 people dead, damaged thousands of structures and flooded cities such as Houston and Austin.
AUSTIN, Texas - Storms dumped rain on parts of Texas on Wednesday, bringing more runoff to swollen waterways that spilled their banks this week in places such as Houston, where floods have killed six people and caused chaos in the fourth most-populous U.S. city.
AUSTIN - The National Weather Service issued a new flash flood warning on Wednesday for Houston where storms have left five people dead and turned neighborhoods into lakes in the fourth most-populous U.S. city.
VAN, Texas/LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The governors of Texas and Arkansas declared disasters on Monday in parts of their states hit by tornadoes and floods in a storm series that slammed central states, leaving at least five people dead, injuring more than 50 and reducing buildings to splinters.
Lisa Maria Garza and Steve Barnes
May 12, 2015
DALLAS - Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries announced on Monday a voluntary recall of all its ice cream and frozen treat products from store shelves due to continuing problems with the Listeria bacteria.
SAN ANTONIO - Three cases of Listeria linked to tainted Blue Bell ice cream have been found in Texas, U.S. health authorities said on Thursday, with the recently discovered infections related to a strain thought to be a factor in three deaths in Kansas.
FARGO, N.D. — The far-flung case of Grafton, N.D., farmer Tom Grabanski rolls on — his many enterprises and legal challenges from North Dakota to Colorado to Texas continue, with legal filings revealing ongoing frustration by all parties.
Sunflower acreage this year in North Dakota, the nation’s dominant producer of the crop, is projected to sink to its second-lowest rate since 1976. But the executive director of the National Sunflower Association says there’s reason to be optimistic about his crop’s future, both in and outside the state.
Most farmers in southeastern Minnesota are nearly finished harvesting corn, but Bill Beckman of rural Zumbrota has been done for months. As an alternative to yellow corn, he’s been developing an 85-day white corn hybrid using classic Mendelian genetics.
A Lake County, S.D., man this month shot a feral pig, an animal usually found in the southern United States. Chad Aker said the animal was first sighted about six weeks ago by farmers chopping corn for silage. Aker found the pig on his property Nov. 2 about 14 miles northwest of Madison, S.D., and brought down the animal with a rifle.
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