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More Than 2M Expected To Pass Through LAX During Holiday Season

More than 2 million people will reportedly pass through Los Angeles International Airport during the holiday travel season, which starts Friday.

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NOAA: Drought Conditions May Be Headed For West Coast

A prolonged drought that has wreaked havoc on crops throughout much of America’s breadbasket may soon move closer to the Southland.


A helicopter from KCRA in Sacramento captures a tornado forming near Durham, Calif.  (credit: KCRA.com)

Not In Kansas Anymore: Tornado Sweeps Through Northern California

California Highway Patrol officials say three twisters hit a sparsely populated area of dairy land south of Chico, startling residents but causing only minor damage.


Maddie Meek, 9, (L) and her mother Dina Meek salvage what they can from her sister-in-law's home after it was destroyed when massive tornado passed through the town killing at least 116 people on May 24, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. Authorities were prepared to find more bodies in the town of 50,000 people. (credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

JPL Official: Climate Change Not Behind Deadliest US Tornado In 60 Years

A JPL climatologist says that the rise in frequency of tornadoes in the Midwest may be historic, but it’s not entirely uncharacteristic for the region


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Violent Snowstorm Prompts Dozens Of Cancellations At LAX

A violent storm unleashing its fury on the Midwest and Northeast prompted the cancellations of dozens of flights from Los Angeles Wednesday.