Tropical Storm Cindy Whipping Up Trouble Along Gulf CoastTropical Storm Cindy isn't expected to make landfall for another 24 hours but the storm is already drenching the Gulf Coast and whipping up winds.
Reports Suggest Summer's Hottest Toy Could Pose Choking HazardFidget spinners are one of this summer's hottest toys -- but now there are reports of children choking on pieces of the popular plaything.
Texas Town Mourns After 13 Killed In Church Bus CrashThe Texas Department of Public Safety reports the lone bus survivor remains hospitalized in critical condition, and the pickup truck driver is in stable condition.
Elian Gonzalez Praises Fidel Castro: 'Make Him Omnipresent'Elian Gonzalez, the center of an international custody battle waged by Fidel Castro nearly two decades ago, returned to the public eye Sunday to praise the leader who fought to return him to Cuba.
Rivers Continue To Rise In North Carolina; Rescues Efforts UnderwayAt least 15 people died in North Carolina as a result of Hurricane Matthew, and 31 counties have been categorized as federal disaster areas.
Street Vendors Hawking Water, Cigarettes In Wake Of Hurricane Matthew In North CarolinaWith floodwaters from Hurricane Matthew on the rise, at least one North Carolina city appeared near chaos Monday, its police station shuttered and sporadic gunfire in the air, and authorities worried that more communities could end up the same way.
Hurricane Matthew Aims At Georgia, South Carolina; Leaves Disaster In FloridaMatthew's howling wind and driving rain slammed Florida early Friday, starting what's expected to be a ruinous, dayslong battering of the Southeast coast.
Curfew Lifted In Charlotte After Days Of ProtestsA curfew that had been in effect for three days was lifted Sunday, amid days of protests following a deadly police shooting.
Prosecutor Asks State To Probe Charlotte Police ShootingDistrict Attorney R. Andrew Murray said in a statement Thursday that he was making the request for a state investigation at the request of the family of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott.
Hermine Pounds Carolinas, Storm Blamed For Death Of Homeless Florida ManFlorida Gov. Rick Scott said a homeless man died when a tree fell on him as winds from Hermine whipped across the state.
Hurricane Hermine Batters Florida As Tri-State Area PreparesFlorida residents are being told to expect up to 20 inches of rain and possible tornadoes. Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in more than 50 counties.
Death Toll In Louisiana Floods Climbs As Many Find Themselves Living In SheltersThe death toll in the Louisiana flooding has climbed to ten, and more than 11,000 people are in shelters. While floodwaters have started to subside in some places, they are moving south now.