Tremendous snowfall and rainfall eased California’s drought worries, but groundwater dryness is still a concern.
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More than 35,000 people have died in Turkey as a result of last week’s earthquake.
Rescuers worked through the night to find survivors of the 7.9 earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria on Monday.
Officials in the state realized they had enough National Guard units available and sent the crews that had come from Indiana home.
East Coast beaches could see rough surf over the weekend as the storm turns north.
Hurricane Sally caused major flooding and damage to the south, and more heavy rain is coming on Friday.
As wildfires fires spread, firefighters and money are stretched to the limit for Cal Fire, which fights fires from the Mexico border all the way north to Oregon state line.
College and K-12 students continue to report in person for classes in Lexington and Rockbridge, while nearby universities move instruction online.
Rain, flooding and strong winds leave over 260,000 without power throughout the region.
Pacific Gas and Electric is in bankruptcy as it attempts to prevent further accidents.