California is in the middle of its worst drought in 100 years. It seems like any rain would be good news right now. But the storm hitting bone-dry areas of Southern California is creating flash floods and mudslides. Kyung Lah has the latest.
Illinois' Kankakee river is so jammed with ice that it could create a massive flood once the warm weather returns. Ice levels are already starting to go down. But will nearby residents be ready if the water rises? Gary Tuchman has the latest.
The deep freeze has left an Illinois river looking more like a glacier. But it is not the cold weather that has nearby residents frightened. When temperatures start to rise and the river begins to flow, the ice may cause catastrophic flooding. Gary Tuchman has the latest.
For much of the country there is no end in sight to the wicked winter weather. The latest arctic blast turned an Illinois river into something that looks more like a glacier. Gary Tuchman spoke to local residents who fear the real danger may come with the warmer weather.
Despite warnings to stay off the roads, there are plenty of accidents along one of the nation's busiest highways. While plows are busy clearing snow from I-95, crews are also busy clearing accidents. Brian Todd has the latest.
The storm forced airlines to cancel more than 6,500 flights today. More than 850 more are already canceled for tomorrow and that number is only expected to increase. With so much snow falling, what does it take to get the runways open? Aviation Correspondent Rene Marsh got a first hand look.
A trip to the grocery store during the storm turned to tragedy in Brooklyn. A snowplow hit 36-year-old Min Lin who was eight months pregnant. She was pronounced dead at a hospital, but doctors managed to save the life of her baby. Randi Kaye has the latest.
In the last 24 hours, more than a foot of snow fell on Washington D.C. area. Residents there will likely wake to even more. Cities up and down the East Coast are dealing with more snow than they can handle. John Berman has the latest on the storm.
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The storm that's hitting the southeast isn't just treacherous for the people who are out driving. Today just before dawn a woman in Atlanta found out the hard way that the dangers of nasty weather can come right into your own home. Gary Tuchman has her story.
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