The Weather Channel recently released a list of the top 10 most windy cities in the US and I thought, "I wonder how high El Paso is." You might be as shocked as I was to find out we didn't make the list at all, but a few other Texas cities did.
It wasn't exactly the 1989 earthquake that rattled San Francisco shortly before a World Series game was scheduled to be played, but a quake did occur early Monday morning in Los Angeles while several local news shows were on the air...
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