- An upside to Hurricane Matthew: Bigger shrimp being caught
25 Oct. 20168:58 AM ET
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Hurricane Matthew flooded roads and homes and tore branches from trees, but there has been one upside to the storm: bigger shrimp.
- Seymour becomes a major Category 3 hurricane in the Pacific
25 Oct. 20165:21 AM ET
MIAMI (AP) — Seymour has become a major Category 3 hurricane in the Pacific, far from Mexico's coast.
- Tropical Storm Seymour forecast to become a hurricane
23 Oct. 201611:24 PM ET
MIAMI (AP) — Tropical Storm Seymour is strengthening not far from Mexico's coast and forecast to become a hurricane on Monday.
- Over 50,000 evacuated in typhoon's path in southern China
21 Oct. 201611:39 PM ET
BEIJING (AP) — Typhoon Haima forced the evacuations of more than 50,000 people in southern China after hammering the northern Philippines with ferocious wind and rain, triggering flooding, landslides and power outages and killing at least 13 people.
- In Haiti, hopes dim for missing victims of Hurricane Matthew
21 Oct. 20168:52 AM ET
PORT-A-PIMENT, Haiti (AP) — Nobody has seen or heard from Edma Desravine, a 71-year-old grandfather known for his sly sense of humor and bad luck at cock fights, in the roughly 2 ½ weeks since Hurricane Matthew sent floodwaters and debris crashing into his riverside shantytown.
- Magnitude 6.6 earthquake shakes western Japan, no tsunami
21 Oct. 20163:02 AM ET
TOKYO (AP) — A powerful earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.6 struck western Japan on Friday, toppling shelves and knocking out power to thousands of homes. There was no risk of a tsunami.
- Typhoon Haima leaves at least 7 dead in northern Philippines
20 Oct. 201610:48 AM ET
VIGAN, Philippines (AP) — Super Typhoon Haima weakened and blew out to sea Thursday after smashing into the northern Philippines with ferocious wind and rain overnight. Flooding, landslides and power outages were evident, but large casualties appeared to have been averted after nearly 100,000 people fled to safer ground.
- Typhoon Haima leaves at least4 dead in northern Philippines
19 Oct. 201610:57 PM ET
NARVACAN, Philippines (AP) — At least four people were killed after Super Typhoon Haima smashed into the northern Philippines with ferocious wind and rains, flooding towns and forcing thousands to flee although it slightly weakened Thursday after slamming into a mountain range on its way to the South China Sea, officials said.
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