Cindy could create 3-foot storm surge near Gulf

Cindy could create 3-foot storm surge near Gulf

Forecasters are advising those in the watch area to prepare for winds as high as almost 60 miles per hour and areas of locally heavy rain and flooding. "All arms of the state's emergency preparedness and response apparatus are taking Tropical Storm Cindy seriously, and we are calling on all Louisianans throughout the state to do so as well", Louisiana Gov.

Ohio city makes plans for North Korea-held student's funeral

Trump. "I think we should strongly consider it", Corker said, per the AP. About 1,000 Americans a year visit North Korea despite State Department travel warnings. White House press secretary Sean Spice said the U.S. has been very forceful in its political and economic pressure that has been applied on North Korea .

For some rookies, NBA draft isn't the start of a pro career

Five athletic big men who would need to develop their shooting range but are considered to have plenty of upside include 6-10 Ike Anigbogu of UCLA, 6-11 Harry Giles of Duke, 6-11 Jarrett Allen of Texas, 6-10 Bam Adebayo of Kentucky and 6-11 Ivan Rabb of Cal.

Long stretch of Gulf Coast braces for Tropical Storm Cindy

East Baton Rouge and surrounding parishes are included in the flood watch through Thursday , and the National Weather Service warns the storm could bring heavy, sustained rainfall and flash flooding . Stephen Arthur told the Associated Press . On Wednesday morning, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards declared a state of emergency for the entire state .

Why Was Nabra Hassanen Killed?

The girl's father, Mohmoud Hassanen Aboras of Reston, said he doesn't understand how this could have happened because his daughter was a friend to everyone. Nabra's death has shaken the local Muslim community. Nonetheless, the killing has come amid a number of violent attacks on Muslims, leaving many deeply suspicious that Hassan had been targeted for her religion .