Joplin Tornado News
Triplets born before Joplin tornado head to kindergarten
Triplets born prematurely just five days before a deadly tornado slammed Joplin have started school
David Muir is an Emmy-award winning journalist for ABC News. Muir is the anchor and managing editor of ABC World News Tonight with David Muir and co-anchor of ABC’s “ 20/20 .” For more than a decade, Muir has reported from international hotspots around the world including Tehran, Tahrir Square,
Another Round of Rain Brings More Flooding to Texas
An already swamped Texas gets hit with another round of dousing downpours triggering more devastating flooding.
Severe Flooding and Tornado Watch Across Several States With 10 Reported Twisters
Deadly flood waters with 160 rescues, at least two people missing; sirens blaring with tornado warnings, with roofs ripped off and neighborhoods destroyed.
Massive Flooding, Severe Storms Across Heartland
ABC News meteorologist Ginger Zee reports the latest weather news sweeping the country.
First Spurt of Severe Spring Weather Hits
We turn to that extreme spring weather striking across the country, severe thunderstorms impacting tens of millions from Missouri to Kansas on the commute dropping dangerous hail just incredible pictures coming in so, of course, ginger is tracking it all. Brand-new picture, David, this morning in
Austin Hatch is an uncommon man
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Be an uncommon man, Aus, that's what Stephen Hatch used to say to his son. Uncommon men live their lives with integrity; they always do the best they can; and they don't just say they will practice hard and love harder, they do it. Be that man, Aus. Be uncommon. He'd elaborate
Michael Corn Named Senior EP of GMA; Almin Karamehmedovic Named EP of World News
ABC News President James Goldston sent the following note to the news division this morning announcing that Michael Corn will become the new senior executive producer of “Good Morning America” and Almin Karamehmedovic will become executive producer of “World News.” Team, I have exciting ...
At Least 12 Dead as Tornadoes Rip Through Central, Southern US
A powerful storm system rumbled through the central and southern United States on Sunday, spawning several tornadoes that left communities devastated and at least 12 people dead. Brandon Morris, Deputy PIO with the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management, said 11 Arkansas residents have died –
President George W. Bush Fights to Take 'Disorder' Out of PTSD
President Bush is front and center in the news this week, a position he hasn’t frequently occupied since leaving office five years ago, stepping back into the spotlight to shine a spotlight of his own on post-9/11 veterans and his fight to take the “Disorder”...