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Hurricane Sandy Leaves Path of Destruction on the East Coast [VIDEO]

Hurricane Sandy carved a path of destruction through the East Coast on Monday evening, battering Atlantic City.

Sandy is one of the most damaging hurricanes ever to hit the Northeast, spreading from from North Carolina to New England.

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Photos of Hurricane Sandy Flood Social Media Sites

Photos of Hurricane Sandy flooded social media sites throughout the day Monday, with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter users in the storm's path posting dramatic photos of waves, flooding and downed trees. (Some are fake, by the way.)

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Frankenstorm Is Coming: Latest Updates and Some Helpful Tips

Frankenstorm—a nickname for the potential combination of current Category 1 Hurricane Sandy and other storm systems in the North Atlantic and over the continental United States—is almost here, and for much of the East Coast, that means it’s time to get ready for lots and lots of rain, wind, snow and general meteorological mayhem.

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Will There Be a Snowstorm in Shreveport Bossier This Year? [PICTURES]

It doesn't snow in Shreveport Bossier very often, but when it does both cities and the surrounding area pretty much shuts down. The first thing that closes is I-220 because it is mostly made of bridges which freeze over first with snow and ice.

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Storms Lead to Flooding in Midland & Odessa

Heavy rain in West Texas has led to street flooding and a day off from school for some students. The Midland Independent School District canceled classes Friday due to weather.

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Jewella Evacuee Shelter Set to Close Today As South Louisiana Residents Head Home

They're going home...but is it a good thing?  South Louisiana residents staying at our local shelter on Jewella Avenue now have to face the damage Hurricane Isaac caused to their homes. 

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Shreveport Isaac Evacuees Say They Weren’t Warned in Time

Isaac flood victims staying in Shreveport told KEEL News they weren't warned by local authorities to evacuate until they were waist deep in water. And one man, who looked to be at least six feet tall, said the water was up to his chest before they were evacuated.

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Isaac Sends Shreveporters After Sandbags

Shreveport motorists jammed Mansfield Road Thursday in a mad dash to get sandbags ahead of Isaac's stormy floods.

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Shreveport Evacuation Center’s Population Swells

Evacuees have been pouring into the state-run critical needs shelter in the old Sam's Club store on Jewella because of flooding in south Louisiana. They're being bussed in -- many with nothing but the clothes on their backs.

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State Police Provide Tips for Evacuees Headed to Shreveport-Bossier Shelters

LSP Troop G Spokesman Matt Harris tells me there are numerous things folks need to remember if they're headed to our area in their own vehicles.  First and foremost, slow it down.  He says the high water, combined with oil on the roadways, acts just like a sheet of ice

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