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At least 2 people have died in massive floods swallowing eastern Nebraska. Photos show what the damage looks like on the ground.
Flooding originated from the rivers in the eastern part of the state caused evacuations as crews work to rescue residents from the waters.
A bomb cyclone has impacted 25 US states, causing flooding, white-out conditions, and power outages — here’s what that is
The recent bomb cyclone moving across the US grounded 1,300 flights, left 84,000 homes without power, and killed at least one person.
A Native American tribe hand delivered a hefty check to cover the funerals of all of the Alabama tornado victims
A Native American tribe in Alabama donated a hefty check to cover the funeral costs of the 23 victims killed by a deadly tornado that hit the state.
How to keep your pets safe from hypothermia and frostbite, according to an Iditarod sled-dog veterinarian
Dogs and other pets are vulnerable to hypothermia and frostbite. Here are some tips from an Iditarod sled dog veterinarian.
Two anonymous corporations will pay for the funerals of the victims killed by the devastating tornado that ripped through Alabama.
Lee County Coroner Bill Harris released the names of the 23 victims of the tornado that ripped through Beauregard, Alabama, on Sunday.
A tornado outbreak that killed 23 people confirms scientists’ fears: Tornadoes in the Southeastern US are getting worse
One study found that the average number of tornadoes in tornado outbreaks has increased since 1954, from 10 to 15.
‘It sounded like a freight train’: Alabama resident describes the moment a tornado that killed at least 23 people ripped through his prope...
Filmmaker Scott Fillmer posted a series of videos to Twitter showing damage to Lee County, Alabama, where people died following a tornado on Sunday.
California’s wine country is facing its worst flood since 1995. Photos show some areas under 8 feet of water.
Sonoma County's Russian River crested to 45 feet on Wednesday — the highest it's been since 1995. It flooded nearby towns, forcing evacuations.
The world’s largest drain called ‘The Glory Hole’ was only expected to be in action every 50 years, but extreme weather has ramped u...
The Morning Glory Spillway, colloquially known as 'The Glory Hole,' can swallow water at a rate of 48,800 cubic feet per second.