2 skiers killed in large Colorado avalanches only days apart
These incidents come amid other close calls with large avalanches.
Earthquake in Ecuador kills at least 15, causes widespread damage
The magnitude 6.8 quake hit about 50 miles south of Guayaquil, an area with over 3 million people.
Hawaii's Kilauea volcano not erupting, scientists say, reversing warning
Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanos, erupted from September 2021 to last December.
Earthquake swarms at two Alaska volcanoes raise fears of possible eruption
Earthquake activity is occurring at the volcanoes about every minute or two, researchers say.
Washington avalanche: Body of 1 climber recovered; 2 others still buried in the snow
One of the three climbers killed in an avalanche near Leavenworth last weekend has been recovered by rescuers.
Death toll rises to 8 from new Turkey-Syria earthquake
Turkish officials urged people not to enter the remains of their homes, as some have done so to gather their belongings. Officials said three people killed Monday were inside a damaged building when the new earthquake hit.
Newborn baby rescued from rubble in Syria after earthquake adopted by aunt
A baby girl who was born under the rubble of her family’s earthquake-shattered home has left the hospital and gone to her new home.
Georgia couple says family in Turkey hit hard by devastating earthquake
Even thousands of miles away, the Konus family says they are feeling every bit of the pain many are dealing with after that deadly 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck their hometown of Kahramanmaras.
Watch: Security cameras record heroic nurses saving newborns during Turkey earthquake
More than 35,000 people were killed in Turkey and Syria after a series of catastrophic earthquakes last week.
Natural disasters displaced millions of Americans in 2022, data reveals
“The number of people displaced from their homes for months at a time, or even permanently, is alarming,” Michael Gerrard, the director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law told FOX TV Stations.
Baby Aya update: Newborn saved from rubble in quake-hit Syria in good health
Buried under the concrete, the baby still was connected by her umbilical cord to her dead mother. She's been named Aya — Arabic for “a sign from God" — by hospital workers.
Turkey arrests building contractors for shoddy construction after deadly earthquake
The death toll from the quakes that hit southeastern Turkey and northern Syria stood at 28,191 — with another 80,000-plus injured.
Turkey, Syria earthquake death toll tops 25,000
Rescue crews on Saturday pulled more survivors -- including entire families.
Earthquake that devastated Turkey, Syria created massive ruptures in the Earth’s surface, photos show
One of the longest ruptures discovered by scientists in the Mediterranean is nearly 200 miles long.
Survivors of Turkey, Syria earthquake struggle to stay warm and fed
Turkish authorities said the death toll had risen to more than 16,100 in the country, with more than 64,000 injured. Survivors gathered around campfires and clamored for food and water in the cold temperatures.
How long can people survive under rubble after an earthquake?
A devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria has raised questions about how long people can survive in the rubble.
What are the largest earthquakes to strike the US?
There have only been a handful of notable earthquakes to strike the U.S. greater than the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that recently struck Turkey and Syria. The earliest dates back to 1700.
How winter's atmospheric river storms could supercharge California’s wildfire season
The danger of the deadly asmospheric river storms hasn’t passed yet. All that rain helped sprout a carpet of lush vegetation across the state which will dry out in spring and become wildfire fuel.
Ghana soccer player pulled out alive from Turkey earthquake rubble
As of Tuesday, more than 8,000 people have been pulled from the debris in Turkey alone.
Wreckage, rescue and hope in Turkey's earthquake epicenter
Crowds gathered at wreckage sites throughout Turkey, vapor showing the air as people breathed in and out in anticipation of reaching more survivors of Monday's magnitude-7.8 earthquake.