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By Julie Watson, Doug Glass, Associated Press
Storm-battered California got more wind, rain and snow on Saturday, raising flooding concerns, causing power outages and making travel dangerous.
By John Antczak, Associated Press
Thursday’s storm inflicted heavy damage on Selma, cutting a wide path through the downtown area, where brick buildings collapsed, oak trees were uprooted, cars were tossed onto their sides and power lines were left dangling.
By Aaron Morrison, Associated Press
Rescue crews in Alabama and Georgia spent the day looking for survivors and victims after tornadoes ravaged the region Thursday evening. After a long night, the damage began coming into sharper focus after daybreak. At least nine people died, with…
By Amna Nawaz, Shoshana Dubnow, Dorothy Hastings
Rescuers raced Friday to find any survivors trapped in debris after tornadoes barreled across parts of the South in a system that killed at least nine people in Alabama and Georgia and inflicted heavy damage on Selma, a flashpoint of…
By Kim Chandler, Jeff Martin, Associated Press
By Christopher Weber, Brian Melley, Associated Press
Sinkholes swallowed cars and floodwaters swamped towns and swept away a small boy as California was wracked by more wild winter while the next system in a powerful string of storms loomed on the horizon Tuesday.
By Associated Press
California was hit with more turbulent weather Sunday as thunderstorms, snow and damaging winds swept into the northern part the state, preceding another series of incoming storms and raising the potential for road flooding, rising rivers and mudslides on soils…
By Olga R. Rodriguez, Associated Press
Officials in California ordered evacuations in a high-risk coastal area where mudslides killed 23 people in 2018 as a huge storm barreled into the state Wednesday, bringing high winds and rain that threatened widespread flooding and knocked out power to…
Evacuation warnings were in place in rural Northern California on New Year's Day after a powerful storm brought drenching rain or heavy snowfall to much of the state, breaching levees, snarling traffic and closing major highways.
By Corey Williams, Associated Press
A battering winter storm left nearly 2 million homes and businesses without power across the United States on Saturday, as millions more people were left to worry how the prospect of further outages would effect holiday and travel plans.
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