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Danville, KY, United States

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Past articles by Pam:

Utah Flash Flooding Triggers Evacuations; Mudslides Close Canyon Roads

Thunderstorms triggered flash flooding and mudslides in northern Utah. → Read More

50,000 Lose Power as Barry Batters Louisiana Coast

Here are the latest impacts from Tropical Storm Barry as it moves toward the Louisiana coast. → Read More

#noplant19: Crop Delays Reach Historic Levels Because of Unrelenting Rain

It’s been a challenging spring for Illinois farmer Tory Wentworth. With the planting season drawing to a close in the United States, Wentworth and farmers across America’s heartland are facing the reality that they may not get this year’s crops planted in time because of ongoing rains, flooding, melting snow, tornadoes and saturated fields. “It’s just been a brutal year,” Wentworth told… → Read More

One Person Killed by Falling Roof in Kentucky As Severe Storms Continue

Severe weather continued its assault on the U.S. Wednesday → Read More

'Precarious Situation': Tulsa Levees Stressed as Midwest Flood Threat Forces Residents From Homes

Flooding along the Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois and Arkansas rivers is forcing residents to evacuate. Here's the latest. → Read More

Notre Dame Fire Reconstruction Ideas Include a Rooftop Swimming Pool

A Stockholm-based architectural firm has a unique proposal for the restoration of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral. → Read More

Flash Flooding Inundates Houston Area as Storms Spawn Heavy Rain, Tornadoes Across Plains

Severe weather is targeting the Plains and Midwest, bringing flash flooding to the Houston metro area. Here are the latest impacts from these storms. → Read More

In Mozambique, Torrential Rain Keeps Food, Other Aid from Reaching Cyclone Kenneth Victims

Tropical Cyclone Kenneth has destroyed hundreds of homes and killed at least 42 people in Mozambique and Comoros. Here's the latest. → Read More

Climate Change Driving Tuna From Regular Habitats Towards Cooler Waters

Climate change is driving tuna stocks to cooler water, impacting the fishing industry. → Read More

And the Award for the Climate Change Denial Goes to...

The long campaign to sow doubt on the overwhelming scientific consensus about climate change has a one strange component — awards handed out for successfully denying the reality of climate change. → Read More

Montana, North Dakota Homes Evacuated Amid Flooding From Rapid Snow Melt

Dozens of Montana, North Dakota homes were evacuated along the Yellowstone River. → Read More

Winter Storm Ulmer Strands Over 1,000 In Colorado; National Guard Asked to Help with Rescues

Here are the latest impacts from Winter Storm Ulmer. → Read More

Flu Research Once Banned Because It Was Deemed Too Dangerous is Set to Resume

For years, controversy has surrounded testing of a deadly strain of the bird flu. Now, the research is set to resume after being halted twice. → Read More

Winter Storm Nadia Shuts Down Highways, Triggers Crashes in Missouri; 1 Dead

Here's the latest as Winter Storm Nadia pushes into the Plains. → Read More

Europe Snow: Avalanche Hits Swiss Hotel

Here's the latest on the winter storms in Europe. → Read More

Texas Flooding Triggers Bridge Collapse; Evacuations, Water Rescues Underway

Here's the latest on the flooding situation in central Texas. → Read More

Florence Could Knock Out Power to Up to 3 Million and It Could Be Out for Weeks

The Charlotte, North Carolina-based company said it could take weeks to fully restore power. → Read More

Hurricane Florence Could Knock Out Power, Vital Infrastructure for Weeks, FEMA Warns

FEMA officials say damage from high winds and flooding will leave areas without power for an extended period. → Read More

Residents in Carolinas Warned: Now is Time to Prepare for Hurricane Florence

As the likelihood of an East Coast strike of Hurricane Florence increases, authorities are making preparations. → Read More

Arctic Greening Confirmed by 30 Years of Satellite Data

Researchers say the greening is consistent with the recent warming of the planet. → Read More