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peterson wins hotdish event among minnesotans in congress


minneapolis — rep. collin peterson is the winner of this year's minnesota congressional "hotdish off," with the help of a key ingredient from a neighboring state.peterson won the seventh annual competition among minnesota's congressional delegation with his "right to bear arms hotdish." one of peterson's staffers, mike stranz, shot the bear on a hunting trip.peterson says it's an honor to win with a hotdish that recognizes the great outdoors. he also admitted that the bear was shot in wisconsin.sen. al franken started the contest as a way to blend bipartisanship and minnesota traditions.the contest was judged by ed ehlinger, commissioner of the minnesota department of health; mee moua, president and executive director of asian americans advancing justice; and norm ornstein, a resident scho






undocumented asian americans struggle in silence | usa


los angeles, united states - what differentiates undocumented americans of asian and pacific islander origin from other undocumented communities are also the reasons for their resounding silence as they're faced with an administration increasingly hostile to migrants, activists say.in recent weeks, undocumented americans of latin origin who have spoken publicly appear to have been targeted by immigration authorities. many in the broader undocumented community say they are now frightened to speak to the press.the undocumented asian american pacific islanders' (aapi) silence is enforced not just by fears of deportation - separation from one's family and a jolting return to societies that, after decades for some, have grown dauntingly unfamiliar - their silence also owes itself to what many a






mls debut gives soccer a new stage in minnesota


all it takes is a good look down from about 10,000 feet in the air.“it used to be you’d land in chicago, and all i would see is the softball [fields] when i looked down,” said tim carter, minnesota united fc’s youth development academy director. “now, you count the number of soccer fields.”beyond this brick-and-mortar investment in soccer facilities, the sport’s emergence in minnesota now counts 60,000 youth players and a burgeoning flow of local talent into major league soccer.fed by expanded tv coverage of soccer worldwide, local fans by the tens of thousands have flocked to matches between european teams at tcf bank stadium and filled u.s. bank stadium’s 64,000 seats last summer.against that backdrop comes minnesota united, on the precipice of its inaugural season in america’s top socce






mls soccer finds its moment in minnesota debut


all it takes is a good look down from about 10,000 feet in the air.“it used to be you’d land in chicago, and all i would see is the softball [fields] when i looked down,” said tim carter, minnesota united fc’s youth development academy director. “now, you count the number of soccer fields.”beyond this brick-and-mortar investment in soccer facilities, the sport’s emergence in minnesota now counts 60,000 youth players and a burgeoning flow of local talent into major league soccer.fed by expanded tv coverage of soccer worldwide, local fans by the tens of thousands have flocked to matches between european teams at tcf bank stadium and filled u.s. bank stadium’s 64,000 seats last summer.against that backdrop comes minnesota united, on the precipice of its inaugural season in america’s top socce






supporters of convicted fraudster who promised new hmong homeland demand their m


the federal government is unlawfully keeping about $1.2 million from hundreds of people who donated the money to create a new country for hmong people, according to a lawsuit that was expected to be filed monday.the u.s. attorney's office for the district of minnesota asked that the money be forfeited to the federal government after maplewood resident seng xiong was convicted last year of soliciting the funds, said st. paul attorney paul applebaum, who is filing the suit.the government should return the money to about 200 people who each gave xiong between $2,000 to $5,000, applebaum said."they did nothing wrong," said applebaum, adding that paper trails easily identify the victims and their donations.the u.s. attorney's office for the district of minnesota did not return messages seeking






$11m jury award upheld in st. paul toyota crash that killed 3


a three-judge panel of the 8th u.s. circuit court of appeals on friday upheld the verdict against the toyota motor corp. in the case of a 2006 fatal crash in st. paul.the panel ruled unanimously in favor of koua fong lee, the st. paul man who said his toyota camry malfunctioned, leading to a crash that caused the deaths of three people and his imprisonment for vehicular homicide.in a 2015 trial, a jury found lee 40 percent at fault and toyota 60 percent at fault for the collision and awarded lee and other crash victims $11.4 million.the judges unanimously ruled friday that the evidence and testimony presented at trial gave a plausible explanation for lee's contention that his 1996 camry accelerated while he tried to apply the brakes as he exited eastbound interstate 94 at the snelling aven






oroville a reminder of st. francis dam tragedy


rich gray, of the placer county sheriff's department, monitors the oroville dam's main spillway from a lookout point on feb. 14, 2017, in oroville, calif. crews working around the clock atop the crippled oroville dam have made progress repairing the damaged spillway, state officials said.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen evacuees listen to an announcement lifting the evacuation of the oroville dam communities on feb. 14, 2017, in chico, calif. authorities lifted an evacuation order for thousands of california residents who live below the nation's tallest dam after declaring that the risk of catastrophic collapse of a damaged spillway had been significantly reduced.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen a worker stands in the middle of the road, to monitor a road closure, atop the orovill






oroville a reminder of st. francis dam tragedy


rich gray, of the placer county sheriff dept., monitors the oroville dam's main spillway from a lookout point on feb. 14, 2017, in oroville, calif. crews working around the clock atop the crippled oroville dam have made progress repairing the damaged spillway, state officials said.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen evacuees listen to an announcement lifting the evacuation of the oroville dam communities on feb. 14, 2017, in chico, calif. authorities lifted an evacuation order for thousands of california residents who live below the nation's tallest dam after declaring that the risk of catastrophic collapse of a damaged spillway had been significantly reduced.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen a worker stands in the middle of the road, to monitor a road closure, atop the oroville dam o






oroville a reminder of st. francis dam tragedy


rich gray, of the placer county sheriff dept., monitors the oroville dam's main spillway from a lookout point on feb. 14, 2017, in oroville, calif. crews working around the clock atop the crippled oroville dam have made progress repairing the damaged spillway, state officials said.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen evacuees listen to an announcement lifting the evacuation of the oroville dam communities on feb. 14, 2017, in chico, calif. authorities lifted an evacuation order for thousands of california residents who live below the nation's tallest dam after declaring that the risk of catastrophic collapse of a damaged spillway had been significantly reduced.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen a worker stands in the middle of the road, to monitor a road closure, atop the oroville dam o






oroville a reminder of st. francis dam tragedy


rich gray, of the placer county sheriff dept., monitors the oroville dam's main spillway from a lookout point on feb. 14, 2017, in oroville, calif. crews working around the clock atop the crippled oroville dam have made progress repairing the damaged spillway, state officials said.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen evacuees listen to an announcement lifting the evacuation of the oroville dam communities on feb. 14, 2017, in chico, calif. authorities lifted an evacuation order for thousands of california residents who live below the nation's tallest dam after declaring that the risk of catastrophic collapse of a damaged spillway had been significantly reduced.  marcio jose sanchez, apfullscreen a worker stands in the middle of the road, to monitor a road closure, atop the oroville dam o






5 things you need to know thursday


marine gen. joseph dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.(photo: manuel balce ceneta, ap)connectlinkedinemailmoretrump's government is dealing with russia on all levelsas president trump's associates are tapped for inquiries into communications with russian government officials who sought to meddle in the november election, the chairman of the u.s. joint chiefs of staff will meet thursday with his top russian military officials in azerbaijan. marine gen. joseph dunford will discuss “the current state of u.s.-russian military relations and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crises,” according to the pentagon. the meeting comes as the pentagon deals with increasing tensions with russians over their deployment of banned nuclear-tipped






5 things you need to know thursday


marine gen. joseph dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.(photo: manuel balce ceneta, ap) 7 connectlinkedinemailmoretrump's government is dealing with russia on all levelsas president trump's associates are tapped for inquiries into communications with russian government officials who sought to meddle in the november election, the chairman of the u.s. joint chiefs of staff will meet thursday with his top russian military officials in azerbaijan. marine gen. joseph dunford will discuss “the current state of u.s.-russian military relations and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crises,” according to the pentagon. the meeting comes as the pentagon deals with increasing tensions with russians over their deployment of banned nuclear-tip






5 things you need to know thursday


marine gen. joseph dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.(photo: manuel balce ceneta, ap) 11 connect 1 linkedinemailmoretrump's government is dealing with russia on all levelsas president trump's associates are tapped for inquiries into communications with russian government officials who sought to meddle in the november election, the chairman of the u.s. joint chiefs of staff will meet thursday with his top russian military officials in azerbaijan. marine gen. joseph dunford will discuss “the current state of u.s.-russian military relations and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crises,” according to the pentagon. the meeting comes as the pentagon deals with increasing tensions with russians over their deployment of banned nuclear






5 things you need to know thursday


marine gen. joseph dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.(photo: manuel balce ceneta, ap) 24 connect 3 linkedinemailmoretrump's government is dealing with russia on all levelsas president trump's associates are tapped for inquiries into communications with russian government officials who sought to meddle in the november election, the chairman of the u.s. joint chiefs of staff will meet thursday with his top russian military officials in azerbaijan. marine gen. joseph dunford will discuss “the current state of u.s.-russian military relations and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crises,” according to the pentagon. the meeting comes as the pentagon deals with increasing tensions with russians over their deployment of banned nuclear






5 things you need to know thursday


marine gen. joseph dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.(photo: manuel balce ceneta, ap) 20 connect 3 linkedinemailmoretrump's government is dealing with russia on all levelsas president trump's associates are tapped for inquiries into communications with russian government officials who sought to meddle in the november election, the chairman of the u.s. joint chiefs of staff will meet thursday with his top russian military officials in azerbaijan. marine gen. joseph dunford will discuss “the current state of u.s.-russian military relations and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crises,” according to the pentagon. the meeting comes as the pentagon deals with increasing tensions with russians over their deployment of banned nuclear






5 things you need to know thursday


marine gen. joseph dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.(photo: manuel balce ceneta, ap) 32 connect 3 linkedinemailmoretrump's government is dealing with russia on all levelsas president trump's associates are tapped for inquiries into communications with russian government officials who sought to meddle in the november election, the chairman of the u.s. joint chiefs of staff will meet thursday with his top russian military officials in azerbaijan. marine gen. joseph dunford will discuss “the current state of u.s.-russian military relations and clear military-to-military communication to prevent miscalculation and potential crises,” according to the pentagon. the meeting comes as the pentagon deals with increasing tensions with russians over their deployment of banned nuclear






california storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths


a firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 340 connectlinkedinemailmorelos angeles — the latest and one of the most powerful in a string of deadly storms marched through california, killing at least two people, flooding freeways, triggering mudslides and raising new fears whether the oroville dam will hold.unlike some of the past deluges to engulf what had been the drought-parched golden state, the latest was accompanied by winds that whipped upwards of 70 miles per hour in some locales, which caused much of the damage.in the sherman oaks section of los angeles, the winds and rain were blamed for downing power lines along a busy stretch of sepulveda boulevard that fel






california storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths


a firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 3 connectlinkedinemailmorelos angeles — the latest and one of the most powerful in a string of deadly storms marched through california, killing at least two people, flooding freeways, triggering mudslides and raising new fears whether the oroville dam will hold.unlike some of the past deluges to engulf what had been the drought-parched golden state, the latest was accompanied by winds that whipped upwards of 70 miles per hour in some locales, which caused much of the damage.in the sherman oaks section of los angeles, the winds and rain were blamed for downing power lines along a busy stretch of sepulveda boulevard that fell






‘hope is part of the strategy’


closeskip in skipxembedxshare water continues to rush out of a damaged spillway at the oroville dam. evacuations remain in place for residents downriver. usa today networkoroville lake, the emergency spillway, and the damaged main spillway, are seen from the air on february 13, 2017 in oroville, california. the erosion damage seen below the emergency spillway caused officials to issue evacuation orders to more than 188,000 people in downstream areas.(photo: elijah nouvelage, getty images) 23 connectlinkedinemailmoreoroville, calif. — the rock-and-slurry armor workers are applying to a damaged california spillway is a patchwork fix no one wants to test.on tuesday helicopters, trucks and heavy machinery continued efforts to shore up the eroded emergency spillway approximately 80 miles north






‘hope is part of the strategy’


closeskip in skipxembedxshare water continues to rush out of a damaged spillway at the oroville dam. evacuations remain in place for residents downriver. usa today networkoroville lake, the emergency spillway, and the damaged main spillway, are seen from the air on february 13, 2017 in oroville, california. the erosion damage seen below the emergency spillway caused officials to issue evacuation orders to more than 188,000 people in downstream areas.(photo: elijah nouvelage, getty images) 22 connectlinkedinemailmoreoroville, calif. — the rock-and-slurry armor workers are applying to a damaged california spillway is a patchwork fix no one wants to test.on tuesday helicopters, trucks and heavy machinery continued efforts to shore up the eroded emergency spillway approximately 80 miles north






‘hope is part of the strategy’


closeskip in skipxembedxshare water continues to rush out of a damaged spillway at the oroville dam. evacuations remain in place for residents downriver. usa today networkoroville lake, the emergency spillway, and the damaged main spillway, are seen from the air on february 13, 2017 in oroville, california. the erosion damage seen below the emergency spillway caused officials to issue evacuation orders to more than 188,000 people in downstream areas.(photo: elijah nouvelage, getty images) 22 connectlinkedinemailmoreoroville, calif. — the rock-and-slurry armor workers are applying to a damaged california spillway is a patchwork fix no one wants to test.on tuesday helicopters, trucks and heavy machinery continued efforts to shore up the eroded emergency spillway approximately 80 miles north






‘hope is part of the strategy’


closeskip in skipxembedxshare water continues to rush out of a damaged spillway at the oroville dam. evacuations remain in place for residents downriver. usa today networkoroville lake, the emergency spillway, and the damaged main spillway, are seen from the air on february 13, 2017 in oroville, california. the erosion damage seen below the emergency spillway caused officials to issue evacuation orders to more than 188,000 people in downstream areas.(photo: elijah nouvelage, getty images) 23 connectlinkedinemailmoreoroville, calif. — the rock-and-slurry armor workers are applying to a damaged california spillway is a patchwork fix no one wants to test.on tuesday helicopters, trucks and heavy machinery continued efforts to shore up the eroded emergency spillway approximately 80 miles north






‘hope is part of the strategy’


closeskip in skipxembedxshare water continues to rush out of a damaged spillway at the oroville dam. evacuations remain in place for residents downriver. usa today networkoroville lake, the emergency spillway, and the damaged main spillway, are seen from the air on february 13, 2017 in oroville, california. the erosion damage seen below the emergency spillway caused officials to issue evacuation orders to more than 188,000 people in downstream areas.(photo: elijah nouvelage, getty images) 5 connectlinkedinemailmoreoroville, calif. — the rock-and-slurry armor workers are applying to a damaged california spillway is a patchwork fix no one wants to test.on tuesday helicopters, trucks and heavy machinery continued efforts to shore up the eroded emergency spillway approximately 80 miles north o






‘hope is part of the strategy’


closeskip in skipxembedxshare water continues to rush out of a damaged spillway at the oroville dam. evacuations remain in place for residents downriver. usa today networkoroville lake, the emergency spillway, and the damaged main spillway, are seen from the air on february 13, 2017 in oroville, california. the erosion damage seen below the emergency spillway caused officials to issue evacuation orders to more than 188,000 people in downstream areas.(photo: elijah nouvelage, getty images) 1 connectlinkedinemailmoreoroville, calif. — the rock-and-slurry armor workers are applying to a damaged california spillway is a patchwork fix no one wants to test.on tuesday helicopters, trucks and heavy machinery continued efforts to shore up the eroded emergency spillway approximately 80 miles north o






‘hope is part of the strategy’


closeskip in skipxembedxshare water continues to rush out of a damaged spillway at the oroville dam. evacuations remain in place for residents downriver. usa today networkoroville lake, the emergency spillway, and the damaged main spillway, are seen from the air on february 13, 2017 in oroville, california. the erosion damage seen below the emergency spillway caused officials to issue evacuation orders to more than 188,000 people in downstream areas.(photo: elijah nouvelage, getty images) 14 connectlinkedinemailmoreoroville, calif. — the rock-and-slurry armor workers are applying to a damaged california spillway is a patchwork fix no one wants to test.on tuesday helicopters, trucks and heavy machinery continued efforts to shore up the eroded emergency spillway approximately 80 miles north






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 21661 connect 2 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least two deaths showed no signs of easing saturday.the national weather service said much of the state was under flood watches






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 23564 connect 3 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least two deaths showed no signs of easing saturday.the national weather service said much of the state was under flood watches






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 22759 connect 2 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least two deaths showed no signs of easing saturday.the national weather service said much of the state was under flood watches






california storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 6590 connectlinkedinemailmorelos angeles — the latest and one of the most powerful in a string of deadly storms marched through california, killing at least two people, flooding freeways, triggering mudslides and raising new fears whether the oroville dam will hold.unlike some of the past deluges to engulf what had been the drought-parched golden state, the latest w






california storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 3752 connectlinkedinemailmorelos angeles — the latest and one of the most powerful in a string of deadly storms marched through california, killing at least two people, flooding freeways, triggering mudslides and raising new fears whether the oroville dam will hold.unlike some of the past deluges to engulf what had been the drought-parched golden state, the latest w






california storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 16163 connect 1 linkedinemailmorelos angeles — the latest and one of the most powerful in a string of deadly storms marched through california, killing at least two people, flooding freeways, triggering mudslides and raising new fears whether the oroville dam will hold.unlike some of the past deluges to engulf what had been the drought-parched golden state, the late






california storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 13344 connectlinkedinemailmorelos angeles — the latest and one of the most powerful in a string of deadly storms marched through california, killing at least two people, flooding freeways, triggering mudslides and raising new fears whether the oroville dam will hold.unlike some of the past deluges to engulf what had been the drought-parched golden state, the latest






california storm wreaks havoc, causes at least 2 deaths


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 10240 connectlinkedinemailmorelos angeles — the latest and one of the most powerful in a string of deadly storms marched through california, killing at least two people, flooding freeways, triggering mudslides and raising new fears whether the oroville dam will hold.unlike some of the past deluges to engulf what had been the drought-parched golden state, the latest






at least 2 dead from massive storm system lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 17826 connect 1 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least two deaths showed no signs of easing saturday as forecasters said the flooding would persist through the weekend.the national weather service said much of the state was under 






at least 2 dead from massive storm system lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 20665 connect 2 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least two deaths showed no signs of easing saturday as forecasters said the flooding would persist through the weekend.the national weather service said much of the state was under 






at least 2 dead from massive storm system lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 19294 connect 2 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least two deaths showed no signs of easing saturday as forecasters said the flooding would persist through the weekend.the national weather service said much of the state was under 






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 24541 connect 4 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least four deaths showed no signs of easing until saturday afternoon.the national weather service said much of the state was un






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 25127 connect 5 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least four deaths showed no signs of easing until saturday afternoon.the national weather service said much of the state was un






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 26451 connect 7 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least five deaths began to ease saturday.but more more wet weather was expected early in the week.the national weather service






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 26055 connect 7 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least five deaths began to ease saturday.but more more wet weather was expected early in the week.the national weather service






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 25721 connect 6 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least five deaths began to ease saturday.but more more wet weather was expected early in the week.the national weather service






strongest storm in years lashing california


closeskip in skipxembedxshare a powerful pacific storm blew into southern and central california on friday with wind-driven heavy rains, triggering rescues, calls for evacuations, toppling trees and power lines and disrupting travel and outdoor events. (feb. 17) apa firefighter carries a woman from her car after it was caught in street flood as a powerful storm moves across southern california.(photo: david mcnew, getty images) 26260 connect 7 linkedinemailmorelos angeles —  a pacific storm system over southern california — one of the most powerful to hit the area in years —  that has generated high water, fallen trees, mudslides and sinkholes and is blamed for at least five deaths began to ease saturday.but more more wet weather was expected early in the week.the national weather service