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  • Oklahoma tornado video

    Posted by Dan Stone

    At least 5 have been killed in Monday's monster tornado outbreak in Oklahoma

  • Wisconsin guy proposes on national tv game show

    Posted by Dan Stone

    Ace from Milwaukee proposes to his sweetheart on "Minute To Win It" game show..this was a special last man standing episode. Ace didn't win the million but he did walk away with $100,000 

  • Thousand Dollar Thursday

    Posted by Dan Stone

     

     

      Heads up...Randy Allen will play the $1,000 song between 11:30am and 1:00pm! 

     

    Fun while it lasts, we're still giving away the boss's money! Listen for any song from Sugarland today to win a crisp new $100 bill...your $1,000 song is "Settlin'". Check back often, I'll tell you the hour the $1,000 song will play. Good Luck!

  • Winchester tornado video!

    Posted by Dan Stone

    A tornado in Winchester, just west of Appleton, was caught on tape by FOX 11 viewer Scott Riehl.

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  • Flooding in Nashville

    Posted by Dan Stone

    Deadly floods in Nashville, check out this video shot Saturday on I-29!

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Severe storms and flash floods left more than a dozen people dead in Tennessee and Kentucky over the weekend as rising river waters closed portions of interstate highways leading in and out of Nashville.

    The storms lifted levels of the Cumberland River that runs through Nashville as well as smaller tributaries and creeks.

    Nashville Mayor Karl Dean declared a state of emergency for the metropolitan area of Davidson County, where hundreds of people had been rescued from the rising waters, and 45,000 people remained without power on Sunday.

    "All of our major creeks and the Cumberland River are near flood level, if not at flood level. The ground is entirely saturated, and the rain continues to fall. There's nowhere for the water to go," Dean said in a statement.

    The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency said seven people died in raging waters that spanned several counties, while one person was killed when a tornado touched down in Hardeman County.

    In Nashville, four more deaths due to the floods were reported late Sunday. Two bodies were recovered from a flooded house and two were recovered from a vehicle found upside down in standing water, the mayor's Office of Emergency Management said.

    Two young men also were reported missing after the inner tubes they had tied together to form a raft broke apart in the city's Mill Creek. A 19-year-old man who was with them managed to swim to shore.

    In neighboring Kentucky, the state's emergency management office said two people died in flooding as the storms shifted to the southeast.

    The Tennessee agency asked the state's Army National Guard for assistance in rescue operations. Several nursing homes were evacuated and hundreds of people took refuge in emergency shelters in several counties.

    More than 150 roads were closed in the middle of the state alone, the Tennessee Highway Patrol said.

    More thunderstorms were expected in the region, and emergency officials were urging people not to travel unless absolutely necessary.

  • Thousand Dollar Thursday

    Posted by Dan Stone

    All day today ANY song from Tim McGraw on Y100 can win you a crisp new $100 bill. Your $1,000 song is "Don't Take The Girl" Stay on your toes, the song can play more than once today! We have already given away big money, check back often, I'll tell you the hour the $1,000 song will play again today! 4-5pm!