Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Tod Hileman posted this dashcam video of wildfires near Wilson in north-central Kansas on Monday. He was directing cars and semis on Interstate 70 to turn around. One semi became high-centered in the median, so he urged the driver to get out. They both made it out safety.
California is trying to avert disaster at the tallest dam in the United States. With the possibility of more rain on the way, engineers are working as quickly as possible while evacuees are uncertain when they will be able to return home.
Approximately 188,000 people were evacuated due to the threat of the emergency spillway of the Oroville Dam, the United States' tallest dam, failing and unleashing flood waters. Here's drone footage from the California Department of Water Resources taken on Feb. 11, 2017 at 4 PM.
Mass evacuations are still in effect near the tallest U.S. dam. Over 188,000 people in northern California have been ordered or urged to evacutate due to possibility 30-foot wall of water could be unleashed from the Oroville Dam north of Sacremento.
Quinn Schneider, one of the top high school cross-country runners in N.C., didn't let last week's snow stop him from running. He took his snow shovel along to his high school track near Charlotte and went to work. After an hour, he had one lane cleared. He then put in about 10 miles on the track calling his shoveling "the workout before the workout'. Schneider will run cross-country and track for the U.S. Naval Academy after graduating this spring.