(Reuters) - U.S. forecasters on Monday cut their predictions for peak flooding on the Red River in Fargo, North Dakota, welcome news for weary residents who are expected to see the river reach its highest levels of the season within two days. Full story
It has been a water-logged week throughout much of the Midwest. Chicago saw the wettest April on records that caused extensive flooding, and in Michigan dozens of homes were damaged by high waters on a major river. The weather continues as residents in the hardest hit areas guard their properties wi
Many living in the Northern part of the country tonight are saying enough is enough as heavy snow and strong winds are producing blizzard like conditions and it's not over yet. The Weather Channel’s Janel Klein reports.
The Red River Women's Clinic is pictured in downtown Fargo, North Dakota in this file photo taken July 2, 2013. A federal judge on Monday temporarily blocked North Dakota's new abortion law, which bans procedures to end pregnancy once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks. The ru
Tammi Kromenaker, director of the Red River Women's Clinic, poses for a photograph in Fargo, North Dakota July 2, 2013. Unless pending legal challenges lead the courts to intervene, clinic officials say, the Fargo clinic will be forced to close next month, leaving a more than 800-mile swath of the u