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Save Some Green This St. Patricks Day

Save Some Green This St. Patricks Day

Cities such as Boston, Chicago, and New York City make it easy for some of the 56% of Americans who celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. While Boston is home to the most Irish-Americans and earns the title as the most Irish U.S. city with Irish authenticity, Chicago pours in 45 pounds of dye to turn the Chicago River green, and New York City hosts the oldest and largest St. Patrick’s Day parade in the world. For those across the nation who can’t partake in these famous festivities, there are other ways to celebrate: wear green, make a special corned beef and cabbage dinner, or grab a pint of Guinness.
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When is Daylight Savings this month and how does it affect us?

When is Daylight Savings this month and how does it affect us?

This year marks the 100th year anniversary of daylight saving time (DST) -- Happy Birthday! On March 21, 1918, this act of springing forward and falling back was implemented as a war effort, for WWI, to redirect the nation’s coal. Creating more daylight hours allowed households to reduce the amount of lighting and electricity needed. Soon after the war ended, DST was ceased in many countries. The effort was implemented and ceased once more for WWII. Due to “a chaos of clocks”, the standardization of DST became a federal law in 1966.
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Magnitude 6.7 Aftershock Strikes After Last Week's 7.5 Magnitude Earthquake

Magnitude 6.7 Aftershock Strikes After Last Week's 7.5 Magnitude Earthquake

Last week, Papua New Guinea was shaken by a violent 7.5 magnitude earthquake, generating landslides and floods. The quake killed at least 15 people and injuring dozens more.

As Papua New Guinea was beginning to recover, another earthquake hit the small island today, measuring at magnitude 6.7  -- that’s the equivalent to California’s Northridge earthquake in 1994. Two more aftershocks followed -- 5.0 and 5.1. Bringing the death toll to at least 67 people killed from the earthquakes in Papua New Guinea. Around 150,000 people require aid after these earthquakes and aftershocks.

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Tornado Season Has Already Started: What To Do During A Tornado

Tornado Season Has Already Started: What To Do During A Tornado

Tornado season started over the weekend, touching ground in multiple states.

Tennessee’s Robertson County witnessed multiple snapped and uprooted trees from an EF-1 tornado (winds between 86-110 miles per hour). The EF-1 later strengthened to an EF-2 (winds between 111-135 miles per hour) after crossing the state line into Kentucky causing damage and completely destroying one home in Logan County where at least one person died.

These 2 tornadoes were part of the severe thunderstorms and flooding that reached across the central United States, taking the lives of 5 individuals and injuring others.

What to do during a tornado attack:

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Homes and Cars: What To Do After Flooding Occurs

Homes and Cars: What To Do After Flooding Occurs

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

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

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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