In our news wrap Monday, New York state will now require all health care workers, including staff at long-term care facilities, to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by September 27. Tropical Storm Fred regained strength with winds up to 65 miles…
By Haleluya Hadero, Glenn Gamboa, Associated Press
Experts say the assassination of President Moise, as well as accusations that some money raised following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti never reached those in need, will make fundraising for the nation even tougher.
In our news wrap: Regions in Italy saw temperatures soar to 120 this week, fueling destructive wildfires across the south. Meanwhile in the US, nearly 175 million Americans are under severe heat advisories. A new analysis of the sweltering June…
In our news wrap Friday, vaccinated teachers and students will no longer need to wear masks inside school buildings, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Police in Haiti have arrested 17 men in connection with Wednesday's assassination…
By Russ Bynum, Curt Anderson, Associated Press
Elsa's winds weakened, but it was dropping torrential rains over the Carolinas as it made its way through South Carolina early Thursday.
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
A weakened Tropical Storm Elsa dumped rain across Florida's Gulf Coast early Wednesday but appears to have spared the state significant damage and widespread power outages.
By Adriana Gomez Licon, Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
Bands of heavy rain were expected in Surfside as Elsa strengthened on Tuesday, possibly becoming a hurricane again before making landfall somewhere between Tampa Bay and Florida's Big Bend and crossing northern Florida.
By Curt Anderson, Freida Frisaro, Associated Press
The weather was getting worse in southern Florida early Tuesday as Tropical Storm Elsa began lashing the Florida Keys, complicating the search for survivors in the condo collapse and prompting a hurricane watch for the peninsula's upper Gulf Coast.
By Jeff Amy, Amy Forliti, Associated Press
Claudette regained tropical storm status Monday morning as it neared the coast of the Carolinas less than two days after 13 people died due to the storm in Alabama.
By Russ Bynum, Kevin McGill, Associated Press
Forecasters warned of life-threatening flash flooding in parts of the Deep South, particularly across central Alabama, as Tropical Depression Claudette traveled over coastal states early Sunday.
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