Scientists Create Road That Melts Ice & Snow By ItselfCould snow plows become a thing of the past? According to scientists, adding paraffin wax to a road's concrete mix makes the road surface capable of melting a wintry mix of snow and ice much faster than normal roads.
Maria Grows To Category 5 Hurricane, Threatens CaribbeanHurricane Maria grew into a Category 5 storm on Monday as it barreled toward a potentially devastating collision with islands in the eastern Caribbean.
Miami-Area Students Return To School After Hurricane IrmaMiami-area students have returned to school amid ongoing Hurricane Irma cleanups.
New Hurricane Maria A Growing Threat To Irma-Slammed CaribbeanThe hurricane-battered islands of the Caribbean prepared on Sunday to face yet another potential disaster, with forecasters saying that Tropical Storm Maria is likely to hit the Leeward Islands as a strengthening hurricane by Monday night.
Jose Re-Strengthens Into Category 1 HurricaneJose has re-strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane in the Atlantic, but there is no current threat to land.
Family With Newborn Experiences Both Hurricane Harvey & IrmaIn the last month, Bruce and Jessica Coane have welcomed a new baby and experienced Hurricanes Harvey and Irma first-hand.
Harvey Evacuees In N. Texas Shelters, Hotels Prepare For Next StepThat next step is finding a new, permanent place to live.
Aerial Images Show Irma's DestructionThe National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration has released satellite imagery viewers can see for themselves on demand.
Injured Hawk 'Harvey' That Got Famous Online Is ReleasedAfter a week and a half of treatment, the hawk was taken to a center in Plano for exercise before being released.
Florida Nun Dons Habit, Grabs Chain Saw To Help After IrmaA Florida nun is pitching in on the cleanup efforts following Hurricane Irma by taking a chain saw to downed trees while dressed in her full habit.
Mid-Grade, Premium Gas Harder To Find Since HarveyStations are running out of premium and mid-grade gas, as refineries restart and focus on producing the regular grade most drivers buy.
FEMA Estimates 25 Percent Of Florida Keys Homes Are GoneFederal officials estimated one-quarter of all homes in the Keys were destroyed.