MID-TERM FEVER ‘ SELF PROCLAIMED CLINTON OBAMACRAT’S TURN ON CHARM OFFENSIVE ‘

#AceBreakingNews – UNITED STATES – October 19 – Self-proclaimed Clinton Democrats are struggling this election cycle, and not even their powerful namesakes may be enough to save them.

Both Bill and Hillary Clinton have tried to turn on their charms to help centrist Democrats in Kentucky and Arkansas.

But as candidates in both states are slipping, help from the party’s pre-eminent power couple is falling short.

By Peter Sullivan and Bernie Becker @The Hill 

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ARKANSAS: ‘ LITTLE ROCK AS POWERFUL STORM SWEEPS ACROSS STATE KILLING SEVENTEEN PEOPLE AND INJURING MANY MORE ‘

#AceWorldNews – UNITED STATES (Arkansas) – October 13 – At least seventeen people killed and many injured in south-western Arkansas as a powerful storm system swept across the state, as well as Texas and Oklahoma, emergency officials said.

NOAA - Little Rock at 20.24 GMT - Arkansas

NOAA – Little Rock at 20.24 GMT – Arkansas

The death and injuries occurred early Monday when the storms destroyed a home near Ashdown, about 150 miles south-west of Little Rock, according to Arkansas Department of Emergency Management.

More than 36 million people are in the path of damaging winds, possible tornadoes and heavy rainfall Monday, AP said, citing the Storm Prediction Centre.

The greatest risk is along the Mississippi River from extreme southern Illinois to northern Louisiana.

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` Tornado hits US States of Oklahoma and Arkansas Leaving Devastation in its Quake '

#AceWorldNews – UNITED STATES – April 28 – A powerful tornado storm system has ripped through several US states, killing one person in Oklahoma and at least 16 others in central Arkansas while causing major damage in the Great Plains, Midwest and Southern states.

A tornado killed one person in Quapaw, a small residence in Oklahoma, on the border of Kansas and Missouri, authorities announced, saying the storm struck the town around 5:30pm local time.

Twitter Reports:

My hometown sustained a direct #tornado hit. Pray for those in Quapaw, Oklahoma and neighboring communities affected. pic.twitter.com/B8deCqBKaP
— Mr. Saturday Night (@MSN_Barry) April 28, 2014
The authorities are still trying to access the scene which has allegedly suffered damage to half of the community.

2 dead after tornado strikes Quapaw, Oklahoma. @cbsnewspath: Aerials of storm damage. Via @tomcbs4 pic.twitter.com/fNcAxfhn2r
— Brendon Geoffrion (@tvbrendon) April 28, 2014
“Looks like about half of the town got extensive damage as well as the fire department,” Ottawa County Emergency Management director Joe Dan Morgan announced.

From Katie Elizabeth: Damage earlier today in Baxter Springs, KS from a tornado. #KSWXpic.twitter.com/e7XLflnwdd
— Nathan Young (@nvyoung) April 28, 2014
The tornado then continued towards, Baxter, where authorities say the twister injured several people and caused extensive damage. Emergency service responders are now checking the roughly 4,200 residents.

Tornado earlier in Baxter Springs, photo by Trevor Burrows pic.twitter.com/D5TMIyLGUg
— William Lynch (@WilliamLynchMO) April 27, 2014
Tornado warnings are also in effect in for parts of Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee. More twisters were also recorded in parts of Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri, but no injuries were reported there.

“The greatest risk for a few intense tornadoes will exist across much of Arkansas perhaps into western and central Missouri,” a weather service advisory said.

Pray for Mayflower, guys. It’s needed right now. #arwxpic.twitter.com/NGLO5lxb9v
— Jesse (@WhistlePig11) April 28, 2014
Television footage showed damaged and overturned vehicles after a massive tornado struck about 10 miles (16km) west of Little Rock, Arkansas moving north-eastward for 30 miles (48km).

The twister ripped through along Interstate 40 between the suburbs of Maumelle and Mayflower, causing damage there. There were no immediate reports of causalities there. But a “mass casualty situation” was reported in the town of Vilonia, Arkansas, a spokesman for the Faulkner County Sheriff’s office said.

The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management confirmed late Sunday that at least eleven people had died after a tornado tore through central Arkansas.

According to the Storm Prediction Center of the national weather service, affected areas that remain under threat of “severe potential” tornadoes with “95 percent probability of watch issuance” are Arkansas, far eastern Oklahoma, and far north-east Texas.

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