A homeless person starting a fire to keep warm is thought to be the likely cause of a fire that destroyed a vacant warehouse in the industrial district near downtown last week.
Dry, cold weather across the southeastern U.S. is prompting forecasters to issue multiple hazard warnings for the state.
Frozen sprinklers and pipes burst and flooded hallways, units, and lobbies at apartment complexes and businesses — usually accompanied by blaring fire alarms — after the frigid Christmas weekend.
Extremely cold temperatures are expected to spill across Georgia later this week. In some areas, highs may struggle to get out of the 20s and low 30s. So what does that mean for those looking to travel this holiday season, both inside Georgia and through Georgia? For insight, we turn to Dave Hennen, senior executive producer of CNN weather and meteorologist.
Homes and businesses across New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania were without power as a dangerous storm brought heavy snow, strong thunderstorms and blustery winds.
Staying warm is a skill, says adventurer Blair Braverman. Even if you're not about to dogsled across Alaska, she has some suggestions for staying comfortable during lower-stakes outdoor fun.