Dust Storm News
Coming to a movie theater near you: Dubai destroyed, again
Coming to a movie theater near you: Dubai destroyed, again, in a major Hollywood film
At least 9 swimmers confirmed dead from flash flood in Arizona
There was no warning as the flash flood was triggered by torrential rain; the search continues for missing swimmers.
Police dashcam video shows aftermath of fatal 25-car pileup on New Mexico highway
Newly released police dashcam video shows the aftermath from a dust storm on a New Mexico highway that sparked a deadly 25-car pile up. Police, firefighters and EMTs responded to the scene where witnesses reported numerous collisions and injuries around 5:15 p.m. on June 19 near Lordsberg, New
Police video shows 25-car pileup due to dust storm
Six people were killed and several others were injured in a 25-car pileup on Interstate 10 near Lordsburg, New Mexico.
Parents and newborn among 6 killed in 25-car pileup in New Mexico
A Phoenix couple and their newborn daughter were among six people killed in a massive pileup near the border of Arizona and New Mexico on Monday, according to police. Jose Elias Caraveo-Serrano, 30, Susana Caraveo, 29, and their 6-month-old daughter, Julissa, were killed in a 25-car pileup on
Record heat and severe weather sweeps the nation
A fast-moving storm created treacherous conditions on the East Coast while staggering heat was an obstacle for firefighters in New Mexico, Utah and southern California.
Dust storm leads to fatal 25-car pileup near AZ, NM border
Several people were killed in a massive pileup near the border of Arizona and New Mexico on Monday, according to authorities, who attributed the crash to a dust storm. The New Mexico State Police Department said 25 vehicles -- including 18 commercial motor vehicles and seven passengers vehicles --
Dust storm rolls into Sudan
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A grown-ups guide to Coachella
World News Now's original anchor turned "Corres-mom-dent," Lisa McRee, gets the low-down on how to survive at this year's mega music festival in California.
Astronaut Gene Cernan Didn't Just Go to the Moon, He Took Us All With Him
One bright moonlit night in Florida, as we headed back to the ABC News workspace at the Kennedy Space Canter, astronaut Gene Cernan turned to me and pointed up to the big yellow ball in the sky. "You see that spot just by the 'eye he asked me, referring to the unmistakable face of the Man in the