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  July 21: Nightly News Sunday broadcast

Target 3 Water Woes: Part 3

Wichita Falls, TX. -- Even though we're all very thankful for the recent rain,  it isn't enough to be considered a "drought buster"  by any stretch of the imagination, and whether our lakes get much benefit remains to be seen.Community conservation efforts have helped push off stage four restriction Full story

Extreme and dangerous weather

  Wild and dangerous  weather is gripping many regions of the country. Wind, rain, fire, and floods are threatening communities from east to west.  Meteorologist say there's no particular reason - no phenomena behind most of the weather systems - just mother nature at work.  NBC’s Miguel Almaguer repo

Colo. wildfire kills two, only 5 percent contained

  The Black Forest Fire raging in Colorado is now the state’s most destructive wildfire ever. At least 360 homes have been destroyed so far and two people have been killed. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports and El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa discusses the attempts to contain the blaze.

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Eco-friendly green burials catching on in the U.S.

Fur flying in Florida as cat lovers push law to protect strays

Even scientists see purpose in nature

Bright foliage expected after disappointing 2011

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  First Buzz: Manhattenhenge, Harlem Shake, and interspecies friends

Mara Schiavocampo, Bill Karins, and Richard Lui discuss a few things in the news to start Thursday morning, from the Mother Nature phenomenom known as Manhattenhenge, Lui's commencement speech that involved some dancing, and a lion and a dachshund who've become best friends.

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Americans throughout the Midwest are working furiously to fight off Mother Nature as the spring flooding season arrives.
Americans throughout the Midwest are working furiously to fight off Mother Nature as the spring flooding season arrives.

Americans throughout the Midwest are working furiously to fight off Mother Nature as the spring flooding season arrives

A feral cat looks out from the underbrush in this undated handout photo
A feral cat looks out from the underbrush in this undated handout photo

A feral cat looks out from the underbrush in this undated handout photo. Cat lovers are pushing the Florida legislature to pass a law protecting strays, over the objection of environmental lobbyists who say the furry creatures are a murderous menace to Mother Nature. REUTERS/Alley Cat Allies/Handout