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With the community's generous help, Jiffy Lube in Lewes De hopes to help raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association .
A new U.S. Geological Survey study confirms what Wasatch Front residents already knew: they're in a high-risk area for earthquakes.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 2.5 struck near Concord this afternoon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Arnold Engineering Development Complex engineers recently joined researchers with Sandia National Laboratories to perform a wind tunnel test on a full-scale mock-up B61.
The natural DNA bases that form the letters of DNA are usually referred to as G, C, A, and T. Those are only the first letters of the chemical names.
A new report finds that visitors to national parks in South Carolina spent almost $80 million and the parks supported 1,100 jobs last year.
Don't miss gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino when he presents the keynote address at RealShare NEW YORK on October 9 at the Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan.
It was warm and muggy in the East Bay on Sunday afternoon, a feeling that some refer to as "earthquake weather."
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 2.5 struck an area near the unincorporated community of Blackhawk in Contra Costa County Sunday afternoon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck off Japan's northeast coast early Sunday morning, the US Geological Survey said - by Frederick Florin The agency said the quake struck at 02:32am in the Pacific Ocean at a depth of 60 kilometres north east of Japan's Hokkaido island, close to the disputed Russian administered Kuril Islands.
TOKYO: A 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck off Japan's northeast coast early Monday morning, the US Geological Survey said.
At first glance, most fish caught in the Delaware River look perfectly normal. But scientists who investigated further discovered something very unusual.
After the water table below Stratford dropped an astounding 100 feet in the past two years, it set off a slow-motion collapse of the ground underfoot, crushing part of a town well.
A new online portal created by the U.S. Geological Survey offers a detailed look at the state of the nation's coastlines - allowing the public to see how much the shorelines have been and continue to be shaped.
It happened near the intersection of NE 50th Ave and NE 50 Road at around 7:25 p.m. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake measured 3.0 on the Richter Scale.
The fund raising campaign brought in hundreds of people from across the state to compete in a mud volleyball tournament.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:17 am
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