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Coastal North Carolina hit by flooding as Tropical Storm Ophelia travels north
Climate change could bring more monster storms like Hurricane Lee to New England
Scientists said the arrival of storms like Hurricane Lee could become more common in the region as the planet warms, including in places such as the Gulf of Maine.
Death toll soars to 11,300 in flooding in Libya's coastal city of Derna, Libyan Red Crescent says
The Secretary General of the group says a further 10,100 are reported missing in the coastal city.
Searchers race to recover bodies in Libya as death toll from flooding hits 5,100
The city of Derna was swamped by 23-foot waves, leaving scores of people dead and buildings damaged or destroyed.
Libyan flood killing at least 5,000 people, about 10,000 still missing
Thousands dead and more missing after heavy flooding in Libya. During September at least eight major flooding events have occurred globally.
Flash flooding in New Hampshire trapping many in place
A storm system in the east is pounding New Hampshire, forcing people to evacuate to higher ground.
Over 2,000 dead in Morocco after 6.8 magnitude earthquake
The search for people continues as the death toll climbs in Morocco. First responders across the globe joining the effort to bring closure to families.
How to help victims of the earthquake in Morocco
Efforts to provide aid are just beginning, but several international groups have already set up funds to support their work in the country.
Hurricane Lee barrels through open Atlantic waters after becoming season's first Category 5 storm
Lee's projected path takes it near the northeast Caribbean but not making landfall, although severe conditions are possible for some islands.
Hurricane Lee barreling towards US, strengthening to category five
Hurricane Lee has strengthened to a category five, and is continuing to make its way closer to the US shore.
Information theft is on the rise. People are particularly vulnerable after natural disasters
Scammers might pretend to be from the utility company or FEMA and ask to “verify information.”
Pennsylvanian farmers combating drought with help from heavy machinery
Whether it's corn or soybeans, farmers have been battling the regional drought. Here in the Quad Cities we're 10 inches under our normal level.
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