A winter storm has brought about 9 inches of snow to the Southeast and is now heading to north. Powerful winds and heavy rain is expected. Vanessa Murdock has the forecast.
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KPIX CBS team coverage of the Tonga volcano eruption and subsequent tsunami which sent waves across the Pacific Ocean on Saturday.
NBC News reported, on Sunday morning, a fire ripped through a Bronx high-rise. Flames shot out of windows on the second and third floors and smoke spread quickly throughout the building.
Spot, the Boston Dynamics' robot, visited Skanska's Lippulaiva shopping mall construction site on December 16, 2021, AE Partners reported.
Authorities have confirmed three people are missing and feared dead after a devastating fire outside Boulder, Colorado destroyed nearly a thousand homes over the holiday weekend, Today reported.
Could the wild swings in the price of wood over the past two years be a sign of inflation continuing to go up? NPR economics correspondent Paul Solman explores.
Catastrophe models are not just for hurricanes. They are also not just for insurance carriers. Ming Lee, president and CEO of catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, discusses how insurance brokers and governments are increasingly using cat models and how cat models are expanding into other risks and expanding geographically.