A tornado outbreak has killed dozens of people across the southern states over the past two days, and the threat of severe weather continues for many others on Tuesday.
The small Arkansas town of Vilonia was hit hard by the tornado on Sunday. Three years ago this same week, a twister devastated Vilonia, killing four people.
The American Red Cross is moving its disaster supply center from Mississippi to Dallas, partly as a cost-saving maneuver to be “good stewards of the donor dollar.”
The five states that border the Gulf of Mexico are getting $113 million to improve the environment.
The chancellor of one of the country’s largest community college districts shares insight on the role of education in finding the right job for you.
A baby born with AIDS appears to have been cured, scientists announced Sunday, describing the case of a child who has now been off medication for about a year with no signs of infection.
A Mississippi judge will hear a motion Dec. 18 to dismiss the case against John Langworthy, a former school teacher and church music director accused of molesting young boys several years ago.
Days after Isaac hammered Louisiana and Mississippi with winds and rain, much of a parish southeast of New Orleans was still flooded and thousand were without power.
Already swollen and powerful, the Tangipahoa River threatened to flood anyone living within a half mile of its banks on Thursday.
Hurricane Isaac pushed water over a rural levee, knocked out power and flooded beach-front roads before dawn in Louisiana and Mississippi as it began a slow, drenching slog inland.
Although the damage from Hurricane Isaac does not look too bad as of Wednesday morning, relief groups across North Texas are still prepared to help those hit by the storm.
Hurricane Isaac struck the Gulf Coast on Tuesday, and has brought severe flooding to parts of Louisiana and Mississippi. But folks in North Texas won’t see much from the storm.