A year after a massive tornado tore through Joplin, thousands of survivors and others touched by the storm's fury made a somber march through some of the
One year after a deadly tornado devastated their city, President Barack Obama praised the residents of Joplin, Mo., for a spirit of perseverance and resiliency
For the 428 members of Joplin High School's Class of 2012, Monday night's graduation— featuring a commencement speech by President Barack Obama —caps a senior
President Barack Obama will speak at the high school graduation ceremony in Joplin, the Missouri city slowly recovering after being struck by a devastating
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration added two disasters to the list Wednesday, bringing the total to 12.
The tornado that struck in May swept away homes and businesses, friends and families, killing more than 150 people and leaving billions of dollars in damage.
The federal government has frozen future aid to tornado-ravaged Joplin and other disaster sites as it focuses on immediate help for victims of Hurricane Irene.
The United Arab Emirates has pledged to give up to $1 million to help equip high school students in the tornado-ravaged Joplin, Mo., with laptop computers for
The U.S. set a record for the most tornadoes within a month with April's deadly storms.
Several hundred thousand acres of rich Midwestern farmland and even some urban areas near the Missouri River are at risk of flooding this summer during months
Fast-flowing water has overtopped dikes and risen to the first level on several homes.
Mayor Curt Zimbelman said city leaders expect more than 4,000 homes will have significant water damage by day's end.
The city of Minot, N.D., hasn't given up in its battle against flooding from the rising Souris River.
Thousands of fans watching a College World Series game evacuated an Omaha stadium when tornado sirens blared and ominous black clouds roiled above, as violent
The Missouri River rose to within 18 inches of forcing the shutdown of a nuclear power plant in southeast Nebraska but stopped and ebbed slightly, a plant
The death toll in Joplin has risen to 154 people with the death of a man injured in last month's tornado.