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Fiery Death, Icy Tomb: Toll Rises After Old Age Home Burns in Quebec Town
As authorities searched the icy rubble of an old-age home that burned nearly to the ground early January 23, looking for as many as 30 missing people, evidence began pointing to an...
Two Alaska Villages Devastated by Fatal Plane Crash as Mother Hailed for Heroism
Investigators are combing the frigid scene outside St. Marys, Alaska, where a small plane carrying 10 people went down on November 29, killing four...
Yup'ik Villages Ravaged by Fierce Alaska Storms
Halfway across the world from the typhoon-ravaged Philippines, several small, remote communities at the northwestern tip of Turtle Island have been declared disaster areas from dam...
Entombed in Snow: Up to 100,000 Cattle Perished Where They Stood in Rogue South Dakota Blizzard
The animals held out as long as they could against the punishing 70-mile-per-hour winds and the blinding snow...
Colorado Floods Changed Landscape, Wrought Environmental Damage
As Colorado residents and businesses clean up from September’s devastating floods and continue to assess damage, one thing is already clear: The waters have left a lasting legacy o...
Colorado Natives Recount Harrowing Escapes as Floods Recede, Head to Nebraska
Boulder, Colorado collectively shouldered the job of cleaning up after flooding from torrential rains that fell for days, overrunning parched fields and inundating homes in a 17-co...
Flash Flooding on Navajo Nation Displaces Scores, Wrecks Homes With Mold and Mud
Parts of the Navajo Nation are recovering after severe flooding caused by heavy rain in the reservation’s Central Agency area, displacing families and affecting people in Chinle, M...
Train Company That Blew Up Quebec Town Files for Bankruptcy
Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Co...
Exploded Quebec Oil Train Was Bringing Crude From North Dakota's Bakken to New Brunswick Refineries
Authorities in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec on Monday July 8 were still attempting to cool down the wreckage of an exploded oil-tanker train enough to search for the 40 people missing in t...
Horses Dying as Navajo Nation Declares Drought Emergency
The horses, desperate for water, had come to drink from a pool of rainwater that had run off a hill and flooded land on the Navajo reservation...
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