After the Storm
Tips on how to survive and recover after a storm
Many hurricane-related deaths result from accidents after the storm. Among the dangers: fires from candles and gas canisters; carbon-monoxide poisoning from generators; traumatic injuries from power tools, nails and chainsaws; and heat-related injuries from no air-conditioning.
Radar maps, latest news, videos and more to keep you current on the latest storm developments.
What to do when a storm threatens or is approaching
What to do when a storm is hitting your area.
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A crazed cat is behind bars after it attacked a baby and held an Oregon family hostage in a bedroom, forcing them to call 911.
Authorities in Alabama say a 78-year-old Decatur woman had been living with the body of her deceased husband for at least a month.
An Oklahoma man says he wound up stuck in a storm drain for two days because he was chasing after a $20 bill.
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