02:14 PM EDT 10/04/2015
Originally posted 10/03/2015 06:05PM
A search is underway to locate El Faro, a cargo ship, which lost power and began to take on water near the southeastern Bahamas during Hurricane Joaquin on Thursday, the Associated Press reported.
Originally posted 10/03/2015 02:10PM
Even as Hurricane Joaquin is forecasted to curve outward into the Atlantic Ocean from the Bahamas – instead of moving inland over the United States – the weather system that is pushing it away could create "likely historic" rainfall along the East Coast," the National Weather Service said Saturday.
Originally posted 10/02/2015 11:45AM
While much of the East Coast is hunkering down in preparation for the heavy rain due from Hurricane Joaquin, the Internet is having a field day with the storm's namesake.
Originally posted 09/17/2015 11:30AM
A major earthquake off the coast of Chile has killed at least 10 people and forced more than a million others to evacuate.
Divided Polygamist Towns Come Together to Grieve After Flash Flood Tragedy in Utah: 'It's Heartbreaking to Lose so Many People,' Says Lt. Gov. Cox
Originally posted 09/16/2015 02:05PM
In what is believed to be the deadliest weather event in Utah history, 12 people from the polygamist community of Hildale are now confirmed dead after flash floods Monday night, while another four people from California and Nevada were swept away and killed in Zion National Park on the same day while hiking.
Originally posted 09/16/2015 10:35AM
It was supposed to be a big week for the students of Middletown High School in Lake County, California – plans included a five-day homecoming celebration with a rally, a dance and of course, the big football game against rival El Molino High School.
Originally posted 09/15/2015 10:40AM
Eight people died and five more were still missing after a flash flood triggered by a powerful thunderstorm swept through the polygamous community of Hildale, Utah, on Monday night. The town was once home to polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs.
Originally posted 08/28/2015 12:20PM
In August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina brought devastation and loss to the city of New Orleans, but in the midst of the devastating storm, two suburban 17-year-olds met at a hospital – and fell in love.
The Boatman: 10 Years After Katrina, One Couple Remembers the Storm's Destruction and the Love That Kept Them Together
Originally posted 08/27/2015 05:00AM
Originally posted 06/30/2015 08:45AM
A wildfire in Washington State has burned down nearly 30 homes since Sunday.
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