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In this 2010 file photo, participants in the 20th Annual Cocos Crossing begin their 2.5-mile swim from Cocos Island to Merizo Pier. Baseball: In this 2009 file photo, Tokyo Big 6 University League second baseman Masafumi Hasui (4) drops the ball as
We've been busy, busy, said Debbie Lane, who described herself as a fixture at Abel's Apple Acres in Placerville...Everyone wants to get out in the sunshine and get apple pies for picnics. A lot of people don't want to come up here when it's raining.
Late autumn 'to bring bumper fruit crop' for wildlife Blackberries could be a beneficiary of the recent warm weather A late autumn is set to bring a bumper crop of fruits and berries for wildlife in the UK countryside, experts say. Fruiting is
Warm weather sees boom in UK jellyfish blooms Environment correspondent, BBC News Blue jellyfish have been seen in many parts of the UK but especially in the South West of England Researchers say that the recent spell of warm weather has seen a rapid
Alaska About 1,100 king salmon died returning to a hatchery in Southeast, and officials suspect the cause was warm weather. KosCYh) the fish died sometime last week at the Blind River rapids on southern Mitkof Island, south of Petersburg...Alaska
Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 15° Min 7° Christchurch man missing for more than a fortnight Shani Annand-Baron, Newstalk ZB July 2, 2013, 10:55 am Christchurch police are becoming more concerned for the well-being of a 55-year-old man who has
It does not get as warm for as long as warmer regions of Arizona do, nor does it get nearly as cold as even the mildest climates of Alaska. Furthermore, minimal humidity makes the warm and cool weather more tolerable, at least for us. Ironically, it
3 May 2013 A combination of sunshine, warm weather and a Bank Holiday should be the perfect mix for a happy weekend. But the long-awaited warm weather could spell disaster for the many families hoping to capitalise on the long weekend by hitting the
Sacramento has seen a series of shootings within 30 hours, the hottest day the city has seen in months. Now, some are taking a closer look at the possible link between warm weather and violent crime. It was broad daylight Wednesday when sheriff's
This week, Frederick County residents are enjoying temperatures usually reserved for summer, but the sudden blast of heat has some asking, what happened to spring? "It's kind of a squeeze job," said Calvin Meadows, National Weather Service technician.