Tag: Kansas

M5.6 Earthquake – 14km NW of Pawnee, Oklahoma

M5.6 – 14km NW of Pawnee, Oklahoma Review Status REVIEWED Magnitude 5.6 mb Depth 6.6 km Time 2016-09-03 12:02:44.790 (UTC) Source: USGS —————————- M 5.8 – OKLAHOMA – 2016-09-03 12:02:43 UTC (EMSC) Magnitude M 5.8 Region OKLAHOMA Date time 2016-09-03 12:02:43.4 UTC Location 36.40 N ; 96.93 W Depth 2 km Distances 401 km N…

Kansas Wildfire Burns, Severe Storms Strike Indiana, Florida [VIDEO]

About one inch of snow fell on parts of Kansas and Oklahoma on Easter Sunday and officials say the precipitation provided a boost to their efforts to contain a wildfire described as the largest in Kansas history. The fire began last week in Oklahoma and spread north to Kansas. Oklahoma Forestry Services, a division of…

Plane crash kills three in flight simulator [VIDEO]

Three people in a flight simulator have died after a real plane crashed into the building in the United States. The pilot of the twin-engine aircraft also died when the aircraft lost power after takeoff, and smashed into a Kansas Flight Safety centre. The crash injured at least five others and ignited a fire that…

Kansas Jewish Center Shootings Likely Hate Crime By Ku Klux Klan Member

update The third victim in this weekend’s shootings in eastern Kansas was Terri LaManno, according to a statement on her employer’s website. Investigators have determined that the shootings were a hate crime, Overland Park’s police chief says. A man with a history of spouting anti-Semitic rhetoric is suspected of shooting to death a boy and…

Multiple Tornadoes In Oklahoma Leave 5 Dead

Multiple tornadoes in the Oklahoma City area killed at least 5 people and left around 98 others injured on Friday night. A mother and her baby are among the dead. The latest outbreak of tornadoes in the area last night hit just 11 days after a tornado slammed the suburb of Moore, Okla., leaving 24…

Storm Promises Messy, Dangerous Commute In Midwest

A major snow storm that shuttered airports in Missouri, stranded truckers in Illinois and buried parts of Kansas in knee-deep powder was promising a messy and possibly dangerous commute Friday morning as it crawled northeast. Wind gusts of 30 mph were expected to churn-up snow that fell overnight in southern Wisconsin, where forecasters were warning…