Mississippi Declares State of Emergency After Storm Restricts Drinkable Water
Jackson, Mississippi, has declared a state of emergency after rain and flooding disrupted the city’s water system.
3 Dead After Apparent Lightning Strike Injures 4 Near White House
Two of the four people who were apparently struck by lightning Thursday near the White House have died, Washington D.C. police said.
4 Critically Hurt During Apparent Lightning Strike Near White House
Two of the victims have died, police said in an update Friday morning. Go here for updates. Four people have life-threatening injuries after they were apparently struck by lightning near the White House in Washington, D.C., Thursday evening, fire officials said. U.S. Secret Service and U.S. Park Police officers rushed to help the two women and two men when...
Damage, Power Outages Caused by Intense Winds
Ferocious wind gusts, some in excess of 60 mph, knocked out power for thousands and caused damage all over the Chicago area. NBC 5’s Natalie Martinez reports.
Storms Batter Aging US Power Grid as Climate Disasters Spread, Costs Rise
Maine, California and Louisia each experienced at least a 50% increase in outage duration even as residents endured mounting interruption costs over the past several years.
Overnight Storms Bring Damage to Parts of US South
A line of severe storms damaged homes, knocked out power and downed trees in parts of the southern United States late Saturday into Sunday morning
Over 70 People and Counting Were Killed From Deadly Tornadoes in Multiple States
Tornadoes and severe weather caused catastrophic damage across multiple states late Friday, killing at least six people overnight as a storm system tore through a candle factory in Kentucky, an Amazon facility in Illinois and a nursing home in Arkansas. The Kentucky governor said he feared dozens more could be dead.
Northwest Storm: ‘Devastating' Flood Damage, 1 Dead in BC
As parts of western Washington began drying out after an atmospheric river dumped days of rain, waters in some areas continued rising, more people were urged to evacuate and crews worked to restore power and reopen roads