Typhoon Rammasun knocked out power in many areas of the Philippines on July 16, 2014, but it spared the capital, Manila, and densely-populated northern provinces from being directly battered Wednesday when its fierce wind shifted slightly away, officials said.
The National Weather Service has confirmed that a tornado destroyed the homes in upstate New York where four people were killed Tuesday, July 8, 2104.
Arthur strengthened to a Category 2 hurricane Thursday nigh before it made landfall near the southern end of the Outer Banks.
Tropical Storm Arthur is expected to grow into a hurricane by the fourth of July.
Photos from the town of Pilger, Nebraska, where massive tornadoes swept through the northeast Nebraska town, killing at least two people and critically injuring at least 19 others on Monday, June 16, 2014. The tornadoes destroyed more than half of the town of Pilger, hospital and emergency officials said. Emergency crews and residents spent the [...]
A Friday the 13th torrential downpour caused havoc around New Haven in the early afternoon. Photos by Peter Casolino
A rare North Dakota tornado that critically injured a 15-year-old girl and hurt eight other people at a workers’ camp in the heart of the state’s booming oil patch packed winds that peaked at 120 mph
A mudslide that occured Sunday evening in Grand Mesa, Colorado is estimated to be 2-to-3 miles long and about 250 feet deep.
In all, 24 people died in the May 20, 2013, storm, among them seven children killed inside a school that didn’t have a shelter. A year later, The Associated Press spent a day in Moore, returning to some of the people and places photographed in the days after the storm.
Record flooding in the Balkans has left least 20 people dead in Serbia and Bosnia and is forcing tens of thousands to flee their homes.
School improvement grants are announced by Connecticut Commissioner of Education Stefan Pryor at a press conference
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A hundred years ago, on July 18th, 1914 Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia, marking the the start of the First