WJZ 13 News reported on over a billion dollars spent on a new U.S. Cyber Command center at Fort Meade.
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This EarthCam video shows progress from June 2016 to October 2018.
Dallas News reported that a townhome under construction in West Dallas collapsed, killing a construction worker.
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ABC News reports on Hurricane Michael’s destructive path.
Russ Dimmitt of the Chimney Safety Institute of America goes over the top four types of chimney defects.
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