Here is a look at an unusual temblor epicentered IN Texoma. The earthquake was epicentered near the border of Palo Pinto, Jack and Parker Counties or about 17km NNE of Mineral Wells, Texas. The quake was registered at 3:23am on Monday, December 9, 2013. Earthquakes in Oklahoma are not uncommon, especially this decade. However earthquakes epicentered in North Texas and
Here is a look at the past weather recorded at KFDX and the National Weather Service site at the airport for the month of November 2013. NOVEMBER 2013 High Low Precipitation Airport/KFDX3 Precipitation Type 1. 74 43 0.00 -- 2. 67 42 0.00 -- 3. 68 40 0.00 -- 4. 71 53 0.00 -- 5. 72 55 0.16/0.13 Rain 6. 58 42 0.00 -- 7. 63 35 0.00 -- 8. 67 37 0.00 -- 9. 71 45 0.00 -- 10. 67 47 0.00 -- 11. 66 47 0.00 -- 12. 48 24 0.00 -- 13. 52 22 0.00 -- 14. 55 31 T Rain 15. 71 38 0.00 -- 16. 84R 31 0.01/T Rain 17. 79 62 0.00 -- 18. 68 43 0.00 -- 19. 68 53 0.00 -- 20. 74 53 0.00 -- 21. 74 34 0.01/0.11 Rain 22. 34 29 0.00/0.21 ... Read the complete story on
If you thought you felt something at 12:10pm, you did, it was an earthquake. The magnitude 4.5 earthquake was quickly confirmed after its occurrence at 12:10pm Central Standard Time. The epicenter of the quake was in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan area nearly underneath Edmond, Oklahoma. To report to the United States Geological Survey that you felt the quake click this
People across Texoma signed a pledge Sunday to be safe and sober on the roads this holiday season. TxDot workers traveled to different locations educating people about the importance of finding a sober ride home. Organizers of the campaign hope their holiday decorated limo will get peoples' attention and remind them to have a plan to stay safe this month.
The Blood Institute of Texas and Oklahoma has declared a blood emergency, and they say recent weather is to blame. They only have one day worth of blood left. Executive director Daren Coats says they do not declare an emergency unless they are really concerned about their supply, so he's hoping as the roads clear up that more donors will
A man who dozed off during a connecting flight Friday was not dreaming when he woke to find himself alone and locked in a darkened cabin. Tom Wagner, a Louisiana boat captain, nodded off on a flight from Lafayette, La., to Los Angeles on United Airlines with a stop in Houston when he got a different kind of layover. “I
(KARE) Most of the sidewalks near the Dinkytown neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota are now covered in snow. But that doesn't erase the bad taste left in Myles Thomas' mouth. "I was walking to get some pizza with some buddies," Thomas said. The 21-year-old said he was getting over an illness and he spit as he was walking. He quickly learned
(KETK) A Texas man takes off on a mission across America. Bearing the cold, and bearing a cross. His name is Terry Pollard and he is nothing short of an inspiration. His mission? To carry a cross across all 50 states. He says this journey will take him nearly a decade, but he plans to keep going, no matter what.
(NBC News) Highchairs are safe places to contain young kids while they eat. But increasingly, children are getting hurt while in highchairs, sometimes severely. Three-year-old Harper has outgrown a highchair but about a year ago, she was strapped into her highchair seat ready to eat lunch. That's when her mother, Kelli, turned her back for a second and heard a
(NBC News) If you didn't completely empty your credit card on Cyber Monday, and you're searching online for holiday gifts, you may want to take some precautions to make sure kids, or your significant other, aren't doing the cyber equivalent of poking around in closets, under beds or in the attic. Searching a browsing history or recommendation history can reveal