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In the small town of Simonton about 50 miles west of Houston, most of the 800 residents living near the raging Brazos River had been evacuated by mid-afternoon Monday, many by airboats, high water vehicles and dump trucks.
In Simonton, the parking lot at city hall had become an impromptu staging area for law enforcement and fire fighters, some from as far away as Austin, to bring in residents stranded by the quickly rising waters.
From a veranda overlooking Avalon harbor, real estate broker Mark Malan gazed at oceanfront cottages, a curved promenade and passing sailboats with brightly colored pennants. To tourists, it was a place to bask in sun and surf just an hour from the California coast. But that’s not what the Long
The weather was warm and sunny with a soft breeze, a perfect day to head to the beach, fire up the grill or hit the outlet sales. But for Rafael Vila, the only destination that made sense Monday was the flag-dappled lawn of Los Angeles National Cemetery. “I don’t know if there’s any place else
STOCKTON — In a week Californians will be going to the polls for the California primary. They’ll vote for their party’s candidate for president, will narrow the 34 candidates for senator to the top two, decide on a proposition to allow the state government to suspend without pay any of its members if malfeasance is suspected and decide a number of local races.