Two people were injured when Mount Cameroon sent ashes and flames into the air in a brief explosion that lasted a couple of seconds.
c The homeless population has borned the brunt of the suffering with many freezing to death in unheated areas. Sunday, French authorities found the body of a homeless man, bringing the death toll of cold-related deaths to 306. Hospitals are working overtime to treat the multitude of people with more »
More than 120 people have died and thousands more are still trapped in their homes as cold and icy weather has brought parts of Europe to a standstill. In Serbia, at least 11,000 villagers are reported stranded in their homes by heavy snow and blizzards which have hit remote more »
For a few hours this weekend, it looked like the weather monitoring station at Jim River Maintenance Camp in north-central Alaska might have broken the record low temperature for the whole United States. The thermometer Saturday on the unmanned device read 79 degrees below zero — just one degree more »
Tanker trucks loaded with water were delivered to a Texas lakefront town that came close to becoming the state's first community to run out of drinking water during a historic drought. Spicewood received its first delivery of water Monday. The 8,000-gallon water delivery arrived after it became clear the more »
Officials are monitoring a remote Alaska volcano that could launch an ash cloud, potentially threatening intercontinental flights. "Eruptive activity" of Cleveland Volcano was detected in satellite data, according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory. The volcano, also known as Mount Cleveland, is on the Aleutian Islands, southwest of mainland Alaska. more »