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Can NY Infrastructure Handle Floods, Intense Heat?

Posted: 08/12/2008 - The Climate Change Adaptation Task Force met Tuesday for the first time as part of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to address global warming in New York City, which already includes orders to switch the city's taxi fleet to hybrids by 2012 and to retrofit city buildings to meet greener standards.

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More Than 360 Animals Found At Filthy Mo. Property

Posted: 08/12/2008 - More than 360 domestic and farm animals, many of them emaciated, injured and suffering from mange and parasites, were rescued Tuesday from a filthy southwest Missouri property where they were hoarded and bred, authorities said.

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Tornado Watch In Effect

Updated: 08/12/2008 - The Tornado Watch has been discontinued for the WTOK viewing area.

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Tue AM Tropical Weather Outlook

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Here is the Tuesday morning Tropical Weather Outlook from the National Hurricane Center.

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Severe Weather Possible Tuesday

Updated: 08/12/2008 - Showers and thunderstorms will move across east Mississippi Tuesday, and some of those storms have the potential to become severe.

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Air Quality Outlook

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Here is the national Air Quality Outlook for Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Monday High/Low Temps

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Here are high and low temperatures for some selected locations around the Newscenter 11 viewing area for Monday.

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Plaquemines Parish Battles Citrus Pest

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Louisiana officials are expected to announce their plans for combating the bug that could devastate the parish's lucrative citrus industry.

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Officers Shoot, Kill Protected Bear In Alabama

Posted: 08/12/2008 - State wildlife officials are defending a decision to shoot and kill a 250-pound black bear that was roaming a neighborhood near Athens in north Alabama.

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Plants Move Up Mountain As Temps Rise

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Striking new research in the Southern California mountains suggests recent warming is behind a massive die-off and rapid migration to higher ground by nine different plants - from desert shrubs to white firs.

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Some Like It Hot, but Not Fungi

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Chiliheads who savor the kick of hot peppers are sampling one of the earliest examples of chemical warfare. In this case, it's a battle between the peppers and a type of microbial fungus that destroys their seeds, researchers report in Tuesday's edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. They studied wild peppers growing in Bolivia.

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Need Antarctic Data: Send In The Seals

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Bitter cold and floating sea ice long frustrated scientists seeking to study the ocean around Antarctica in winter.

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Bush Wants Some Endangered Species Rules Extinct

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Just months before President Bush leaves office, his administration is antagonizing environmentalists by proposing changes that would allow federal agencies to decide for themselves whether subdivisions, dams, highways and other projects have the potential to harm endangered animals and plants.

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NASA Safety Panel Worries About Moon Ship Design

Posted: 08/12/2008 - NASA is not properly emphasizing safety in its design of a new spaceship and its return-to-the-moon program faces money, morale and leadership problems, an agency safety panel found Monday.

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