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January 17, 2017 12:31 AM The Latest: Kasich: Fix social problems ‘bottom up’ like MLK

Ohio’s governor says Americans shouldn’t focus so much on the highest-level people when there are ways to tackle many societal problems at the local and individual levels. Republican Gov. John Kasich (KAY’-sik) spoke Monday in Atlanta at the King Center on the holiday honoring its namesake, Martin Luther King Jr. Kasich says King got the attention of people 12

January 15, 2017 4:00 PM Death toll rises to six in unrelenting ice storms

Damaging ice storms continued their deadly march Sunday through much of Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa as winter storm watches and warnings stretched across much of the nation's storm-weary midsection. At least six deaths have been blamed on a three-day siege of ice, sleet and freezing rain that has hobbled much of the Midwest. "Expansive" ice storm 11

January 15, 2017 4:43 AM Deadly ice storm, perhaps worst in a decade, batters nation’s midsection

The national weather forecast for Saturday, January 14th calls for a major ice storm to continue across the Plains. Rain and snow hits the 4 corners with more rain in the South. With Kansas and Missouri in the bull's eye, a winter storm descended on the nation's midsection Saturday, bringing thick ice, dangerous driving conditions and power outages as it stretched 19

January 14, 2017 12:27 PM Second Death Reported On Icy Missouri Roads: Winter Storm Jupiter Knocks Out Power, Glazes Roads in Plains, Midwest

A 33-year-old Missouri woman died in a crash on icy roads Friday morning. States of emergency have been declared in Oklahoma and Missouri as ice arrives. Heavy snow closed interstates and damaged buildings in the West earlier in the week. Winter Storm Jupiter has claimed a second victim in Missouri as the powerful storm treks east. Freezing rain and ice created 3

January 13, 2017 9:30 PM Head of D.C. National Guard to be removed from post in middle of inauguration

The Army general who heads the D.C. National Guard and has an integral part in overseeing the inauguration said Friday that he will be removed from command effective at 12:01 p.m. Jan. 20, just as Donald Trump is sworn in as president. Maj. Gen. Errol R. Schwartz’s departure will come in the middle of the presidential ceremony — classified as a national 6

January 13, 2017 4:26 PM What could be the 'worst ice storm in 10 years' begins in central U.S

What's the safest way to walk in a snow storm? USA TODAY's Carly Mallenbaum and USA TODAY graphics editor Jeff Dionise show you how to avoid slipping on ice, if you need to leave the house. What could be the worst ice storm in 10 years has begun in the central U.S., one that forecasters say will unload freezing rain on a 1,000-mile swath from the central 23

January 13, 2017 12:32 PM Tracking late weekend ice storm

Much of the state is already under a winter storm watch from Sunday morning through Monday morning for a potential ice storm. For your Friday, expect clouds and a high around 45. Clouds remain tonight, with a low around 20. Saturday will start with clouds and transition over to sunshine in the afternoon. Expect a high of 31. Look for icy conditions to develop 13

January 12, 2017 9:33 PM Driver of school bus that crashed with reckless driving

Police say the driver of a school bus that overturned with 32 students on board in Virginia has been charged with reckless driving. Virginia State Police say the bus ran off the side of the road in Dinwiddie County and struck a snow embankment before overturning onto its side in a ditch on Thursday. Police say the driver, Linda Moss, has been charged 15

January 12, 2017 8:54 PM Oregon man finds year-old $1 million lotto ticket eight days before deadline

SALEM, Mass., Jan. 12 (UPI) -- An Oregon man's snow day cleaning session wound up producing a million-dollar prize when he uncovered a nearly year-old lottery ticket. Joemel Panisa found the unclaimed winning ticket just eight days before the final deadline while cleaning his office on a snowy day, according to the Oregon Lottery. Panisa said he bought 15

January 12, 2017 8:02 PM As Rains Soak California, Farmers Test How To Store Water Underground

Helen Dahlke, a scientist from the University of California, Davis, stands in an almond orchard outside Modesto that's being deliberately flooded. This experiment is examining how flooding farmland in the winter can help replenish the state's depleted aquifers. Six years ago, Don Cameron, the general manager of Terranova Ranch, southwest of Fresno, Calif 12