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More Volcano Victims Found as Typhoon Takes Aim at Japan

Seismic activity and toxic gases have been hampering the efforts of search crews on Mt. Ontake, which is located 120 miles west of Tokyo.

35,000 Walrus Gather Ashore in Alaska

Pacific walrus that can't find sea ice for resting in Arctic waters are coming ashore in record numbers on a beach in northwest Alaska.

35,000 Walrus Gather Ashore in Alaska

Pacific walrus that can't find sea ice for resting in Arctic waters are coming ashore in record numbers on a beach in northwest Alaska.

October Brings Forecast for More Drought in the West

Drought will persist over most of the U.S. West and could develop along the Pacific Northwest coast in October, according to a new assessment.

Weather Service Goes Local With New Forecast Model

The next time nasty storms are heading your way, the National Weather Service says it will have a better forecast of just how close they'll come.

Ticking Time Bomb: Japan's Volcano As It Happened

As Mount Ontake continues to block rescue efforts in Japan, Now This News takes a look at how people have sent their sympathies to the victims of the explosion.

Protesters Defiant as Lightning Strikes Hong Kong

Crowds swelled Tuesday night, and a brief cloudburst cooled the air, seeming to energize the protesters.

Protesters Defiant as Lightning Strikes Hong Kong

Crowds swelled Tuesday night, and a brief cloudburst cooled the air, seeming to energize the protesters.

Wild Weather: Which Events Can Humans Be Blamed For?

A global collection of studies says extreme heat waves can be linked to human-caused climate change, but effects on other events are much less clear.

Extreme Weather: Human Influence Found in Some Events

A global collection of studies says extreme heat waves can be linked to human-caused climate change, but effects on other events are much less clear.

Six Industries at Big Risk in California's Drought

The persistent lack of water in the Golden State is hurting rice growers, brewers, ski areas and a variety of other businesses.

These Dogs Can All Surf Better Than You

The 6th annual Surf City Surf Dog competition was held on Sunday in Huntington Beach, Calif.

Rescuers Battle Erupting Volcano for Stranded Hikers

Rescue workers finally reached the ash-covered summit of a still-erupting volcano in central Japan, only to make a grim discovery on Sunday.

Storms Soak Arizona, Knock Out Power to Thousands

Thousands across Arizona were left without power or road visibility Saturday, due to severe thunderstorms.

Swimming Stunts and Syria: The Week in Pictures

Swimming stunts stagger, autumn arrives, California docks go dry, police mourn one of their own, a polar bear pickets and more.

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Ancient Records Reveal Scary Sea-Level Scenarios

A new study says sediment cores bolster climate experts' beliefs: A three-foot sea level rise in a century is by no means extreme.

New Mexico Floods Floods Force Evacuations

Rising waters force residents of Carlsbad, New Mexico to flee to safety. KOB's Lauren Hansard reports.

India's Northeast Ravaged by Floods

Massive monsoons hit India's northeastern regions causing flooding that displaced over 200,000 people.

Last Shot at El Nino? New Kelvin Waves Cross Pacific

Look out, Ecuador: Two Kelvin waves are comin’ at ya. And those waves raise at least the hope of drought relief in parched California.

Glacier Melts Likely Triggered Shasta Mudslide

The U.S. Forest Service's Steve Bachmann discusses the clean-up effort after a glacier melt caused a mudslide that diverted the water flow of the creek and closed a bridge.

Glacier Melts Likely Triggered Mudslide

The US Forest Service' Steve Bachmann discusses the clean-up effort after a glacier melt caused a mudslide which diverted the water flow of the creek and closed a bridge.

Odile Remnants Flood New Mexico

Remnants of Hurricane Odile flooded and washed out intersections and roadways in Southeast New Mexico, with emergency shelters established to accommodate dislocated residents.

News Photographer Helps Free Woman From Canal

Good Samaritans help free a woman who was trapped between her car and a wall during Texas floods.

Crews Battling Huge Wildfire Brace for Weather Shift

Crews battling a huge California wildfire threatening thousands of homes braced for hotter temperatures and erratic winds.

Notoriously Soggy Seattle Savors Steamy Summer

Seattle experienced a record-breaking 27 days this summer with temperatures of 83 degrees or above, according to the National Weather Service.

Massive Blaze Engulfs Dozens of Structures

Light rain and cooler temperatures helped firefighters makes advances Sunday against a huge Northern California wildfire.

Global Goal: Thousands March for Climate Change

Demonstrators made their way through the streets of cities around the world of a series of global marches over climate change.

Massive California Wildfire Keeps Thousands From Homes

The King fire, burning 60 miles east of Sacramento in the town of El Dorado, has ballooned to nearly 130 square miles.

Global Goal: Thousands March for Climate Change

Demonstrators are making their way through the streets of cities around the world of a series of global marches over climate change.


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