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Tornado Sirens Failed to Sound Warnings

Posted: 05/03/2008 - Early morning storms blasted into parts of Kansas without warning because tornado sirens were not functioning properly.

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Haysville, Kansas Tornado Anniversary

Posted: 05/03/2008 - As one Kansas town continues it's struggle to recover from a deadly tornado, another community knows all too well what it's like.

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9 Tornadoes In Virginia

Posted: 05/03/2008 - Nine tornadoes have been confirmed following an outbreak of severe weather in Virginia this past Monday.

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Two Dead From Cold In South Africa

Updated: 05/03/2008 - Two people sleeping outside at the top of a mountain in South Africa died when they froze to death.

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Chilean Volcano Town Nearly Deserted

Posted: 05/03/2008 - The Chaiten volcano spewed light ash on a nearly deserted village Saturday, two days after its first eruption in thousands of years.

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Survivors Search For Belongings Amid Arkansas Tornado Wreckage

Posted: 05/03/2008 - Smoke rose from burning heaps of wreckage Saturday as residents of rural Arkansas cleaned up what was left of their homes after deadly tornadoes scoured a state that has been plagued by severe weather this year.

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Cyclone Knocks Out Electricity In Much of Yangon

Posted: 05/03/2008 - A tropical cyclone packing 120-mile per hour winds ripped through Yangon early Saturday, tearing off roofs, uprooting trees and knocking out electricity in much of the country's commercial capital.

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China Puts Nation On Alert To Try To Stop Deadly Virus

Posted: 05/03/2008 - China's Health Ministry issued a nationwide alert Saturday calling for heightened efforts to control a virus that has caused the deaths of 22 children in one city and shows signs of spreading.

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South Korea Begins Imports Of Biotech Corn

Posted: 05/02/2008 - Major South Korean corn processors have begun importing genetically modified varieties of the crop because of shortages of conventional corn on the world market since China began limiting its exports.

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Federal Agency Declares West Coast Salmon Fishery A Disaster

Posted: 05/02/2008 - Federal authorities have declared the West Coast ocean salmon fishery a failure, opening the way for Congress to appropriate economic disaster assistance for coastal communities in California, Oregon and Washington.

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Mechanical Squirrels, Robot Lizards Jump Into Research

Posted: 05/02/2008 - One gray squirrel, its bushy tail twitching, barked a warning as another scrounged for food nearby. It was an ordinary spring day at Hampshire College, except that the rodent issuing the warning was powered by amps, not acorns.

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Scientists To Capture DNA of Trees Worldwide For Database

Posted: 05/02/2008 - The New York Botanical Garden may be best known for its orchid shows and colorful blossoms, but its researchers are about to lead a global effort to capture DNA from thousands of tree species from around the world.

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