As Harvey Finally Fizzles, A Look At What Made It So Nasty

Sep 3, 2017 |
As Harvey Finally Fizzles, A Look At What Made It So Nasty

WASHINGTON (AP) The slow-moving, super-wet and especially devastating storm named Harvey is finally fizzling. Since first hitting shore near Corpus Christi, Texas, more than a week ago, the storm dumped 27 trillion gallons of rain on Texas and Louisiana — enough to cover all of Manhattan a mile (1.6 kilometers) deep. It set a record for rainfall from a tropical system in the continental U.S., dropping 51.88 inches (1.3 meters) just outside Houston. That’s only an eighth of an inch (3.2 mill
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Authorities Release Name Of Man Who Was Killed In Motorcycle Crash

The South Dakota Highway Patrol has released the name the person who died in a crashThursday morning. Joel Penny, 65, of Decatur, NE was driving a 2012 Harley Davidson northbound on South Dakota Highway 1804 when his motorcycle collided with a deer northeast of Pierre. Penny was pronounced dead at the scene. He was not wearing a helmet. © 2017 KELOLAND TV. All Rights Reserved. …
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