Hot Weather Dangers
Hot Weather Dangers
If you're 55 or older, have a disability or an income under $26,000.. you'll qualify for a free fan under the City's Project Neighborhood Relief program.
The victory - long awaited by weary residents along the coast - is the most significant milestone yet in BP's effort to control one of the worst environmental disasters in U.S. history.
The rain has been a constant the past couple of days but with the rain... came the storm.
Alex is packing winds of 105 milies per hour, and is hampering the oil spill cleanup. The storm has already flooded roads and forced thousands of people to evacuate fishing villages along the coast, by the border.
Top winds for Hurricane Alex have increased to 85 mph and the storm has picked up speed as it moves northwest, the National Hurricane Center reported Wednesday.
Texas emergency managers say they're "not taking Alex lightly," and are preparing for a worst-case scenario. The 70 mile an hour tropical storm is still moving away from the gigantic Gulf oil spill.
The tropical storm, first of the new season, is chugging along with winds of 60 miles per hour; could make landfill south of Brownsville, Texas by tomorrow.
(CNN) -- Severe thunderstorms in the Detroit area on Friday night left one person dead and several houses damaged, a local official in Michigan told CNN on Saturday. Marc Breckenridge, Washtenaw County emergency service director, told CNN a fallen tree pinned a woman in her car and lightning caused fires at several houses.
Once Westar donates all those free fans this morning, Topekans can apply for them from 10-3 on weekdays, to help cool off their homes in this scorching heat.
Topeka residents continue to clean up what Sunday night's storm left behind
Heavy rains overnight triggered the floods, slamming into two campgrounds, where survivors said they had "no time to get away."
Mom Janet Delaney and her son, Richard Butler, are mourning instead of celebrating the joy his engagement to Bethany Lott would have brought.
Shawnee County Emergency Management used a big anniversary in weather history to sharpen their skills Tuesday.