Tuesday, April 15 2014 4:45 PM EDT2014-04-15 20:45:08 GMT
A Moselle man is at risk of losing his home after last week's flooding. Bruce Frazier's home on Turtle Bluff Road was 15 feet from the Leaf River until what he described as an eddy hole washed away aMore >>
A Moselle man is at risk of losing his home after last week's flooding.More >>
Tuesday, April 15 2014 1:07 PM EDT2014-04-15 17:07:30 GMT
Many Mid-Michigan waterways and streets are flooded after the weekend's strong storms. Several counties are now under flood watches. In Midland and Saginaw counties, the National Weather Service has issuedMore >>
Many Mid-Michigan waterways and streets are flooded after the weekend's strong storms. More >>
Tuesday, April 15 2014 6:54 AM EDT2014-04-15 10:54:09 GMT
Rain continues to cause the Pascagoula River to rise, pushing water onto roadways and underneath houses in the Cumbest Bluff Community.More >>
Rain continues to cause the Pascagoula River to rise, pushing water onto roadways and underneath houses in the Cumbest Bluff Community. The National Weather Service is predicting the river could rise another half of a foot by Wednesday.More >>
Tuesday, April 8 2014 5:25 PM EDT2014-04-08 21:25:48 GMT
All lanes Highway 49 are closed down right now due to flooding. Water is covering the road around Dabbs Creek in Simpson County. We'll update this story and alert when ever we get new information. CopyrightMore >>
If you travel Highway 49 in the Mendenhall area, you need to find another route. The highway is once again closed in both directions due to flooding. Additionally, Highway 13 three miles north of Mendenhall is closed due to flooding.More >>
Tuesday, April 8 2014 12:50 PM EDT2014-04-08 16:50:10 GMT
The 9-year-old Yazoo City Girl, missing since Sunday night. has been found. Her body was discovered at an apartment complex on seventh street around seven Monday evening, just a few blocks from where sheMore >>
The 9-year-old Yazoo City Girl, missing since Sunday night. has been found. Her body was discovered at an apartment complex on seventh street around seven Monday evening, just a few blocks from where she lived and disappeared from.More >>
(RNN/KENS/CNN) - Firefighters in San Antonio are still looking for two missing people after heavy rain and flooding swamped the area and left thousands without power.
Police confirmed earlier Saturday the body of a 29-year-old woman was found on the north side of the city behind a store. Firefighters were working to recover the body of another woman in a separate incident.
"We had firefighters actually in the water on a boat trying to save a 60-year-old lady in Leon Creek," San Antonio Fire Department Chief Charles Hood said. "[They] broke the window. One of the firefighters ended up cutting his hand. They were in the midst of trying to get her out, the currents changed, washed that vehicle away. So, we are in the process right now of a body recovery in the Leon Creek area."
More than 200 people have been rescued across the city, including some people who were pulled from rooftops.
However, the vast amount of water in the area is making rescue efforts difficult.
The Associated Press reported one of the two missing people authorities are searching for is a teenage boy who tried to cross a suburban creek where the water was high.
A flash flood watch is still in effect for many counties in south Texas. Officials are urging people to stay off the roads, especially if they see standing water.
"Our officers and firefighters are doing a great job of monitoring the various closures and keeping the public safe," San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said. "I've been kept abreast of literally hundreds of high water rescues and at least one tragic death due to swift water."
Torrential rains across south Texas overnight and early Saturday morning triggered flash flooding.
Flood waters inundated streets, making travel impossible in some areas.
The National Weather Service estimated as much as 9" of rain may have fallen near downtown San Antonio, and nearly all rivers and streams in Bexar County have had high flooding.
Olmos Creek, which runs through San Antonio, received as much as 15.5" of rain since Friday night, and the San Antonio International Airport had received almost 10".
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Thursday, April 24 2014 9:36 AM EDT2014-04-24 13:36:50 GMT
It has been slow start to the severe weather season across the United States and that translates into lower weather-related deaths. So far in 2014, there have been zero deaths as a direct result from aMore >>
A quiet tornado season, social media may be responsible for lower tornado deaths in recent years.More >>
Tuesday, April 22 2014 8:04 PM EDT2014-04-23 00:04:01 GMT
President Barack Obama plans a brief visit to the Seattle area to survey damage from a mudslide that killed more than three dozen people.More >>
Swooping over a landscape of unspeakable sadness and death, President Barack Obama took an aerial tour Tuesday of the place where more than three dozen people perished in a mudslide last month. He pledged a nation's...More >>
Saturday, April 19 2014 5:52 PM EDT2014-04-19 21:52:46 GMT
A sudden lurch in a creeping landslide in the northwest Wyoming resort town of Jackson split a house in two and forced workers to abandon efforts to stabilize the hillside.More >>
No one can say precisely when the mountainside collapsing into this Wyoming resort town will give way. But it appears increasingly likely that when it does, it's going to take a piece of Jackson with it.More >>