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OKLAHOMA CITY - A wintry storm caked the center of the nation with a thick layer of ice Monday, blacking out more than 600,000 homes and businesses, and more icy weather was on the way. At least 17 deaths in Oklahoma and Missouri were blamed on the conditions, with 15 of them killed on slick highways.
ATLANTA — The Big Chill turned into the Big Dig on Saturday for many Southerners — the Americans who least expect to open their doors to see up to a foot of snow.
Using her mother's childhood sled, Hannah Conroy, 8, right, and friend Sarah Novak, 7, left, tumble into the snow as they sled down a hill in Charleston, S.C. Feb. 13, 2010.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Tree limbs snapped with a sound like gunshots, blacking out thousands of homes and businesses, and schools and government offices were closed Tuesday as a major storm spread a glaze of ice and snow from the southern Plains to the East Coast.
A disabled auto sits stranded along I-71 near Glencoe, Ky., Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009. Gov. Steve Beshear declared a statewide emergency as a powerful winter storm barrels through Kentucky.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Lights came back on for some lucky people Wednesday as utility crews struggled to repair power lines snapped by the ice storm that had blacked out as much as a million homes and businesses across the nation's midsection.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - As Sgt. Michael Franks pulled up to a shack resting among the ice-coated limbs of a forest in northeast Arkansas, he said he couldn't believe that anyone was living on the property located miles from any major road - let alone a 92-year-old woman waiting for something to eat.
Southwestern Electric Power Company worker Sam Collier, right, and Kyle Pemberton, left, discuss removing tree limbs from power lines in Fayetteville, Ark., Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009.
CONCORD, N.H. - An ice storm to compare with some of the Northeast's worst made a mess of the region Friday, leaving 1.25 million homes and businesses in seven states without power as it forced schools to close and toppled ice-laden trees and power lines onto slippery roads.
A chain link fence and the trees behind it are covered with a thick coat of ice in the aftermath of an ice storm along a highway in Boylston, Mass., Friday morning, Dec. 12, 2008.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The ice storms that have been blamed for at least 21 deaths continued to lash much of the nation Sunday, as crews tried to restore power to hundreds of thousands and slick roads spawned accidents.
Tim Curry uses a rope to pull down icy branches hanging low over the roof of his sister\'s home in St. Charles, Mo., Sunday, Jan. 14, 2007. The area was bracing for another round of ice and snow as a series of winter storms pass through the re
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DES MOINES, Iowa - A thick glaze of ice brought down power lines and cut electricity to close to a million homes and businesses, closed schools and canceled flights Tuesday as a major storm blasted the nation's midsection.
A top immigration official who shot himself while driving north of Tucson last year was seen trying to shred a large amount of documents before his death, records show.
A barrage of monsoon microbursts devastated Queen Creek and northern Pinal County on Friday night, snapping 200 power poles like twigs, uprooting hundreds of trees, tearing roofs off homes and impaling livestock with airborne debris.
PUNTA GORDA, Fla. - Rescuers rummaged through a chaotic landscape of pulverized homes and twisted metal Saturday, racing to tally Hurricane Charley’s ‘‘significant loss of life’’ and help thousands left homeless by its vicious winds and rain. Thirteen people were confirmed dead.
CHICAGO -- Hundreds of holiday travelers spent the night in the nation's second busiest airport and others faced delayed or canceled flights and highways choked by snow and ice as storms kept up their assault on northern states.
Cars maneuver around a fallen tree and power line in Temple, N.H., Sunday, Dec. 14, 2008. Crews are still trying to restore power and clear roads after Friday's ice storm.
A horse breaks up the icy ground cover for food in Hillsborough, N.H., Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008. More than 1 million homes and business in the Northeast lost power following an ice storm Friday.