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Looking Back at Opal: Evacuations Gone Awry

Posted: 5:44 PM - Twenty years ago, Hurricane Opal had its eye set on the Panhandle and it caught some people off guard. Opal strengthened at the last minute, which forced many people to leave town at the same time.

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Coast Guard Plucks Mom, Infant From Roof in S.C. Floods

A Coast Guard air crew rescued a woman and her 15-month-old daughter from the roof of their flooded home in South Carolina early Sunday.

Brother of Dodgers Pitcher Josh Ravin Shot Five Times

Joel Ravin was shot fives times and was listed as stable after surgery in Los Angeles.

4 California Students Arrested in School Shooting Plot

Four students were arrested Friday in California after police discovered a "detailed" plan to "shoot and kill as many people as possible" at a high school.

Hope Dims for Survivors in Guatemalan Mudslide

At least 131 people died in Thursday's mudslide, and about 300 people may still be missing.

Supercar Flies Off Maltese Track, Injuring 26

The limited-edition Porsche 918 Spyder was being demonstrated at a fundraiser that benefits Malta's Community Chest charity.


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