Two tornadoes were confirmed by the National Weather Service after surveys on Monday, and for one Hancock County family, it was a very close call. Thankfully the tornado that hit southeast Hancock County wasn't stronger. It was an EF-0 with 80mph winds.
A new study finds regular walking, even for just two hours a week lowered the risk of early death, compared to inactivity. Walking was especially effective in reducing deaths from respiratory and cardiovascular disease.
A Dutch startup is working to train crows to pick up cigarette butts, according to Popular Mechanics. Crows are highly intelligent and are able to make and use tools. Cigarette butts are the most littered item on the planet.
12 years ago was when Hurricane Wilma broke the record for the most intense storm by air pressure in the Atlantic going all the way down to 882 millbars. At its peak, the storm produced destructive 185 mile per hour winds.
A new crash test program from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety aims to ensure that manufacturers pay attention to the safety of front passengers as well as drivers.
A mobile service office made a trip to Enterprise Wednesday to help disabled veterans receive the claims they deserve.