Some of the most memorable World Series moments were weather-related.
A natural disaster's threats don't end once the severe weather dissipates.
In the event of an impending natural disaster, those facing a direct threat will have to consider the options of evacuating to a safer location versus sheltering in place.
As the air gets cooler and the leaves begin to change, it's one of the best times of year to head outdoors.
If you had to evacuate ahead of a storm, experts recommend holding off on heading back into your area right away.
There are laws in every state, including Washington, D.C., to help protect people from legal repercussions in case things go wrong while assisting others during emergencies.
Everyone looks to social media ahead of a major natural disaster. It is the quickest, most condensed way for information to travel. However, it is also a platform that can contain false stories and claims that overshadow what is actually happening.
Most people head straight to the shelves of milk, eggs and bread, but experts say those are terrible choices.