Natural disasters seem to bond many people together. In the wake of the tornadoes that have violently swept across many of the Southern states, many Southern Coloradans are wondering how they can help.
Jaici Murcia of the Pikes Peak American Red Cross Chapter advises, "We are not able to... more »
There's little doubt that Hurricane Katrina changed the face of the United States forever. Many died, and a city was demolished. At the tine Ray Nagin was Mayor. On Wednesday night he spoke to a crowd at CSU-Pueblo.
Nagin says he and others in the city thought they were... more »
Gooey blobs of oil tar are washing ashore in growing numbers on the white-sand beaches of Gulf Islands National Seashore as a slick from the BP spill approaches the Florida Panhandle.
County emergency officials reported that spotters who had been seeing a few tar balls in recent days found... more »
It's the 89th anniversary of the worst natural disaster in the history of Pueblo. We're talking about the Great Flood of 1921. "It was so devastating," said Deborah Espinosa, Director of El Pueblo Museum. It happened on June 3, 1921. Streets in downtown Pueblo were flooded. The Arkansas River overflowed,... more »
Compassion International member Tim Glenn left Colorado Spring this week, and is walking through the streets of Haiti trying help earthquake victims. In an already impoverished country, the people must start over from scratch. "It's just absolute devastation. You can't walk anywhere in Port Au Prince without passing buildings that... more »
Hundreds of people in western Australia have fled ahead of a wildfire that has destroyed nearly 40 homes. At least three people were injured as two major blazes burned out of control after breaking out Tuesday in a wheat and sheep farming district north of the coastal city of Perth.... more »
Samoans searched flattened homes and debris-filled swamps Thursday as more military ships and planes began arriving on the disaster-stricken Pacific islands after an earthquake and tsunami that killed at least 150 people.
The day after the disaster struck, officials were expecting the death toll to rise as more areas... more »