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Sentinel Staff WritersHurricane Frances battered Florida's east coast on Saturday with 90-mph winds and torrential rains as the slow-moving storm took aim at the heart of the peninsula. Streets were empty, and curfews were in effect along the coast and inland. The National...
Orlando Sentinel Staff WriterHumans test themselves in punishing ways. We run 26.2 miles, climb high peaks, mush sled dogs for days on end. The hardiest of us can survive the tiny bicycle seats of the Tour de France. In Orlando, we are positioned for a unique endurance test. Who...
Orlando Sentinel Staff WritersAlmost from the first day the space shuttle flew in 1981, NASA has reported problems with fuel-tank insulation damaging the crucial ceramic tiles that protect the orbiter during its fiery descent through Earth's atmosphere. While the insulation "foam"...
Tags: Texas, Kennedy Space Center, Tennessee, Weather Reports, NASA
ChicagoSports.comToday's temperature for the Cubs-Expos game in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is 86 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. The Weather Channel says it feels like 93, but I can't confirm this -- I'm two levels below ground in the Tribune Tower. The thermometer here...
Orlando SentinelCentral Florida is storming its way back from years of drought with a record pace of ground-drenching afternoon rain showers. Once-parched areas such as Clermont -- where lakes have dropped to all-time low levels or disappeared altogether -- have had...
Orlando SentinelDELTONA -- Lake Shelby was on the move, and Joyce Stocks felt she had only minutes to get her belongings safely into a moving van. Yet another downpour was boosting the rising waters from her lawn toward her front door on Beechdale Court. By the time...
Sentinel Staff WriterIn Tucson, Ariz., residents risk a fine if their lawn sprinklers water the sidewalk or street. In El Paso, Texas, the city pays residents to rip up their grass and plant water-efficient shrubs and trees. In Seattle, city officials zap big water users...
Tags: Texas, Tampa, Death, Education, Water Supply
Sentinel Staff WriterAt 6 p.m. today, much of Orlando was a ghost town, except for the Parramore neighborhood, where kids played basketball in the streets and neighbors stood talking on a few street corners. Although every business was closed, except for a few convenience...
Sentinel Staff WritersThe high winds and drenching rains promised by Hurricane Frances could black out large sections of Central Florida and keep the power off for even longer than the two-week outage caused by Charley. "We just are planning for the worst. We've told...
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