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April 12, 2021: Data firm Planalytics estimates apparel retailers have lost over 00 million in sales due to the recent string of warm weather. But other businesses are booming thanks to the wacky temperatures. Anna Werner reports.
April 12, 2021: Dozens of storms tore through the a large swath of middle America, including the first-ever tornado recorded in December in Michigan. The storms forced officials to declare a state of emergency in several states. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
April 12, 2021: The death toll continues to climb in Mississippi after a tornado touched down in the northern region of the state. Gov. Phil Bryant gave an emotional update after he declared a state of emergency. CBSN's DeMarco Morgan has more.
April 12, 2021: At least 14 people died in violent weather across the Midwest and Southeast, with at least 34 tornadoes in a massive storm system. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Chulahoma, Mississippi.
April 12, 2021: Pope Francis leads the faithful in Christmas day celebrations. Also, emergency declarations are in place in three Southern states rocked by violent weather. Vinita Nair reports on those and other top stories.
April 12, 2021: The Caribbean island of St Vincent has been blanketed in ash after the La Soufrière volcano erupted.
April 12, 2021: Severe weather across the nation's midsection is expected throughout the weekend. Mary Kay from our Chicago station has more.
April 12, 2021: Warm weather storms sparked a series of tornadoes. Flooding is a big problem and power was knocked out for about 10,000 customers. Mark Strassman reports
April 12, 2021: The weather the past few weeks has not produced what most would call normal conditions. Balmy temperatures in the Northeast, heavy flooding out West, and deadly twisters in the South and Midwest have many Americans wondering why Spring-like conditions are turning up in December. Mark Strassmann has a report on the c...
April 12, 2021: Violent weather is being blamed for the deaths of at least 17 people across the South this week, as tornadoes and flood-causing rains have wreaked havoc in several states; troops in Fort Hood, Texas, are mourning the loss of Elizabeth Laird
April 12, 2021: About 600 firefighters are battling an fire that has spreading across more than 1,200 acres. Flames first erupted in Friday night in Solimar Beach and quickly spread to residential areas. Dozens of home are under evacuation orders. Miyerera Villarreal is live in Ventura County with more.
April 12, 2021: Last night tornadoes killed 8 people in Texas, bringing the death toll due to severe weather on this holiday weekend to at least 26. CBS News Correspondent Mark Strassmann reports from Holly Springs, Mississippi.
April 12, 2021: Three men are in custody after making a break for Cuba in a stolen boat, only to be cut off by the Coast Guard. CBS News correspondent Julianna Goldman has the story.
April 12, 2021: A wildfire that's been burning since Christmas Eve in Southern California is now 70 percent contained. With that, nearly 100 residents are being allowed back in their homes. CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal has a look at what they've faced so far and what they'll find when they come back home.
April 12, 2021: More severe weather is ahead for the U.S. Chief meteorologist Eric Fisher of CBS Boston has the weather forecast for the entire nation.
April 12, 2021: The record low number of tornado deaths for 2015 has come to an abrupt end. At least 28 people died from the strong tornadoes of recent days. Dan Haggerty of CBS Dallas has the stories of some of the survivors.
April 12, 2021: A pilot is under way to harness forecasts to predict where conditions that fuel cases are likely to developA weather-based surveillance system that could offer advanced warning of outbreaks of meningitis is being piloted across sub-Saharan Africa in a bid to save lives, researchers have revealed.According to the Men...
April 12, 2021: Overfishing and smuggling of this crucial animal are affecting biodiversity and the livelihood of local fishers in Sri LankaIt’s after sunset in Jaffna when Anthony Vigrado dives into the waters of Palk Bay, scanning the seafloor to collect what seems to be prized treasure. What he comes back with are sea cucumber...
April 12, 2021: A Cleveland grand jury declined to bring criminal charges against two police officers a year after they shot and killed a 12-year-old playing with a toy gun; a slow-motion environmental disaster is playing out in a small town north of Los Angeles
April 12, 2021: People affected by the deadly storm system have begun the painful process of assessing what was lost. Tornadoes damaged or destroyed more than 1,400 homes. Areas in Texas were the hardest-hit. David Begnaud reports from the city of Garland.
April 12, 2021: The wintry weather could ruin travel plans for thousands of people. So far, more than 770 flights have been canceled Tuesday, and more than a thousand are delayed. Adriana Diaz reports from Chicago O’Hare International Airport, where travelers are looking for new ways to get to their destinations.
April 12, 2021: A man pulls one of his two dogs from tornado debris in Texas. CBSN's Jamie Yuccas has more on the emotional rescue caught on cell phone video.
April 12, 2021: Nearly 800 flights were either delayed or canceled Tuesday, a day after severe weather forced the cancellation of nearly 1,400 flights; just four percent of classical American symphony musicians are black; but that's not for lack of talent
April 12, 2021: Texans are beginning the clean-up process after tornadoes damaged or destroyed nearly 800 homes. David Begnaud has the story of one family that lost much more than property.
April 12, 2021: As a week of extreme weather reaches its midway point, Eric Fisher, chief meteorologist at CBS Boston, takes a look at the upcoming forecast.