The Federal Emergency Management Agency is now helping people recover after severe storms and flooding back in mid-September.
People in southwest Iceland remained on edge Saturday, waiting to see whether a volcano rumbling under the Reykjanes Peninsula will erupt.
A 3.6-magnitude earthquake hit Illinois Wednesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Residents of a fishing town in southwestern Iceland left their homes Saturday after increasing concern about a potential volcanic eruption caused civil defense authorities to declare a state of emergency in the region.
With the death toll expected to rise in the state of Guerrero, Mexico following Hurricane Otis, the Mexican consulate in Chicago is helping connect relatives and drive donations to the Mexican Red Cross.
Dramatic video shows several in Lahaina, Hawaii jumping into the ocean to escape the wildfire.
Officials said relief is needed immediately, and more will be required later as the islands recover from the impacts.
Only a few more weeks left of summer but this is no time to let our guard down when it comes to severe weather in the Chicago area.
More than a dozen tornadoes tore a path through northern Illinois on July 12. The National Weather Service now has all the details about this historic event.
The Prairie State could soon be known as the tornado state. So far this year, Illinois has seen the most tornadoes in the United States, and the most severe weather events.
Army veteran and Booker, Texas, Fire Chief Andrew Skipper stopped to retrieve an American flag from the debris after the deadly tornado outbreak in Perryton.
Some experts believe extreme weather triggered by America’s unique geography creates dangers explaining that it takes people to turn those hazards into disasters.
Last week's tornado destroyed roughly 300 homes and businesses in Rolling Fork and the nearby town of Silver City. The death toll in Mississippi stood at 21. One person died in Alabama, as well.
Several tornadoes, destructive wind gusts and large hail are all significant threats from Friday afternoon into the overnight hours. According to the FOX Forecast Center, some twisters could be long-track, EF-2 or stronger tornadoes.
The storms killed more than two dozen people and left hundreds of people homeless.
The father shielded his two children, one of which was one-week-old, as the tornado hit their Winona, Mississippi, home. The father says that this home has been within their family for four decades.
The tornado was the strongest to hit the LA Metro area in 40 years.
A wide range of needs will require donations for months, or even years, after the rescue and recovery missions end.
The 7.8 magnitude quake and its powerful aftershocks were so immense — and spread so wide, including in areas isolated by Syria’s ongoing civil war — that many are still waiting for help.
Rescuers are hoping to pull survivors from the rubble before they succumb to the cold two days after an earthquake tore through southern Turkey and war-ravaged northern Syria.