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Updated: 2 hours 34 min ago
One of the severe storms that swept across south and central Oklahoma, Sunday, produced a tornado near the town of Central High
The slow-moving system has already been blamed for killing two good Samaritans in Arizona as they tried to assist victims of a rollover crash.
Officials worried the blaze could exceed 1,000 square miles by Sunday, but said it was being held at 621 square miles.
Five people suffered minor injuries after a tornado touched down in Wray, Colo. Severe storms could form Texas and the Plains over the next few days.
More than 25,000 of the 88,000 people who were forced from their houses as the blaze grew uncontrollably throughout the week have to be relocated.
A gigantic multi-fire blaze burning in the Canadian city of Fort McMurray that has forced tens of thousands of people out of their homes was expected to continue its rapid growth, officials said Friday.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety closed Interstate 10 in both directions from Highway 191 to the New Mexico border due to blowing dust.
A gigantic multi-fire blaze burning in the Canadian city of Fort McMurray was expected to continue its rapid growth, officials said Friday.
Cash-strapped ZImbabwe has been battling to reduce its animals whose population is more than twice what the parks can accommodate.
Southern states are still having a rough go of it this morning, and there's more wet weather on tap up and down the East Coast Tuesday.
Six people are dead in Texas and one in Kentucky after heavy rain and flooding, while four million people remain under flash flood watches.
Six people are dead in Texas after heavy rain and flooding, with millions more in several other states under flash flood watches.
Six people are dead in Texas after heavy rain and flooding, with millions more in several states under flash flood watches.
A horseback rider, out for a jaunt near Phoenix, Arizona, is struck by lightning, killing the horse, and sending the rider to the hospital.
Drivers in Louisiana were cautioned to stay off the roads Sunday as heavy rain caused streets and highways to rapidly fill with water.
Five people were killed and another person was missing after rain pummeled east Texas before the storm marched into Louisiana Saturday evening.
April has brought a consistent spate of storms to the South and the Plains, and many areas are already grappling with clean-up from recent floods.
Another 24 million Americans are in the line of fire as storms sweep across the region, which is already dealing with dangerous floods.
Spectacular time-lapse images captured a rotating mesocyclone in Oklahoma on Thursday.
More than a dozen tornadoes swept across the South Wednesday, and the severe weather is expected to continue on Thursday.