NASHVILLE, Tenn.–The National Weather Service confirms an EF-1 tornado touched down in Wilson County Saturday evening. Surveyors examining the damage estimate the Gladeville community was hit with 100 mph winds. The community suffered damage to structures, including the Glade Church on Stewarts Ferry Pike, which suffered damage to the exterior of the building.
Curt La Haise knows what it’s like to be caught in an emergency without a plan. “I was evacuated from a wildfire,” La Haise said. That was 35 years ago while he was living in California. As a former police officer, he had helped people evacuate during emergencies but now he was the one who had to evacuate.
WASHINGTON, Ill. – Washington Mayor Gary Manier can take you to the very place where on November 17, of 2013, it entered his city on the southwest side of town. Today, there is normalcy. Four years after a devastating EF4 tornado, and after millions of dollars in damage to over a thousand homes, there’s nothing to remind you of what happened, except one vacant lot.
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FLA. (WSVN) – The Department of Homeland Security is warning U.S. residents about the threat to Americans from terrorists who, officials said, are using weaponized drones as a possible tactic to target commercial airliners in the U.S.
An elite North Korean soldier stationed at the heavily guarded Demilitarized Zone made a bold bolt for freedom Monday, defecting to South Korea despite getting shot twice, the South’s military said. North Korean soldiers shot at the unidentified North Korean soldier when he ran from the guard post at the northern side of the village, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement.
There are several weather patterns that capture the full attention of meteorologists in winter. These weather patterns can result in major snow and ice storms and also usher in the most frigid air of the season. Extreme winter weather conditions, including crippling snow and ice storms and deadly cold waves, affect parts of the United States every winter.
For decades, the wail of the nuclear bomb warning siren was ubiquitous in U.S. cities. Public service commercials drilled the “duck and cover” mantra into the minds of Americans, and the possibility of a Soviet attack was always around the corner. But after the Cold War, most places abandoned their sirens.
As President Trump continues on his tour of Asia – during which he has often warned North Korea about its nuclear weapons program – Pyongyang threatened “tragic doom.” “The U.S. must oust the lunatic old man from power and withdraw the hostile policy towards [North Korea] at once in order to get rid of the abyss of doom,” the state-run Korean Central News Agency said Wednesday.
A top Iranian military commander has threatened to launch ballistic missile attacks on U.S. forces in the region amid a public effort by the Islamic Republic to show off its advanced missile capabilities, according to U.S. officials and regional reports.
The gunman suspected of opening fire at a church in Texas on Sunday has been identified to Fox News as 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley. Kelley, according to officials, killed at least 26 people and wounded approximately 20 after he unleashed a hail of bullets in the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, in the deadliest church shooting in modern U.S.