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Weather, Costs Could Cause Record Texas Ag Losses

Posted: 06/17/2008 - In the past month, the world's largest contiguous cotton patch has endured blast furnace-like conditions as unseasonably high temperatures and strong winds have sucked moisture from soil and whipped plants with blowing sand.

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Tuesday River Stages

Posted: 06/17/2008 - Here are the river stages available Tuesday morning.

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Group Seeks Emergency Protection For 32 Species

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Environmentalists are seeking emergency protection for nearly three dozens rare plants, animals and insects under the Endangered Species Act, saying all are at risk due to habitat destruction and other threats.

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Astronomers Find 'Super Earths' Circling A Star

Posted: 06/16/2008 - European astronomers have found a trio of "super-Earths" closely circling a star that astronomers once figured had nothing orbiting it, demonstrating that planets keep popping up in unexpected places.

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Scientists Reverse Vasectomy On Endangered Horse

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Scientists at the Smithsonian Institution's National Zoo revealed Monday that they have reversed a vasectomy on an endangered horse to allow it to reproduce naturally.

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American Red Cross: Disaster Funds Are Depleted

Posted: 06/16/2008 - The American Red Cross said on Monday that its Disaster Relief Fund is wiped out and it's being forced to borrow money to help flood victims throughout the Midwest.

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Feds: 26 Levees Could Overflow If Sandbags Fail

Posted: 06/16/2008 - The federal government predicts that 26 levees could potentially overflow along the Mississippi River if the weather forecast is on the mark and a massive sandbagging effort fails to raise the level of the levees.

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Flood Victims Worry: What's In The Water?

Posted: 06/16/2008 - The floodwaters that deluged much of Iowa have done more than knock out drinking water and destroy homes. They have also spread a noxious brew of sewage, farm chemicals and fuel that could sicken anyone who wades in.

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NASA Close To Nailing Down Launch Pad Repairs

Posted: 06/16/2008 - More than two weeks after Discovery's blastoff battered the launch pad, NASA is close to nailing down its repair strategy and insists the damage can be mended in time for the next space shuttle flight.

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Dinosaur Mummy Holds Many Secrets

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Parts of a rare mummified dinosaur that has attracted worldwide interest went on display in North Dakota's state museum.

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Iowa Residents Not Allowed To Return Home

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Many Cedar Rapids, Iowa residents are not being allowed to return to their homes, and they do not know when they will be able to.

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Southern China Flooding Kills 57

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Flooding across parts of China has killed several dozen people and forced over a million to evacuate.

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Hiker Sacrificed Himself To Save Wife, Pal

Posted: 06/16/2008 - A Romanian hiker who lost his life high on Mount Rainier lay down in the snow and used his body's warmth to save his wife and a friend from the 70-mph winds of a freak June blizzard.

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