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Helping flood-ravaged Colorado recover

Cleanup and rebuilding from the epic Colorado floods will take years, but there are ways to help organizations making a difference now.

Biggest aerial response since Katrina: Helicopters to search for 1,200 missing in Colo.

Rescue crews in Colorado, mounting what was called the largest civilian helicopter mission since Hurricane Katrina, waited for clear weather Monday in hopes of reaching hundreds of people trapped by catastrophic floods.

Suspected death toll rises from Colorado floods as nearly 500 unaccounted for

Rain was still coming down Sunday in Colorado, preventing aerial efforts to search for those missing in a devastating flood, authorities said. The National Guard grounded all helicopters in the state.

Hurricane Ingrid, Tropical Storm Manuel hit Mexico, killing 15

Rivers overflowed their banks, mudslides buried houses and roadways flooded as fierce tropical storm systems hit opposite sides of Mexico, killing at least 15 people, state media reported.

Flood-weary Colorado awaits more rain; more than 270 'unaccounted for'

The mission for emergency responders in northern Colorado Saturday: "To bring order to a chaotic situation," as an incident commander put it.

Tropical Storm Ingrid forms in the Bay of Campeche, poses flooding threat to eastern Mexico

Tropical Storm Ingrid formed in the Bay of Campeche Friday morning. It will track into the western Gulf of Mexico as a tropical storm through the weekend, and make landfall north of Tampico, Mexico early Monday morning.

Hurricane Humberto ruins shot at a 2013 record

Missed it by that much!

Tropical Storm Humberto forms, could become first hurricane of 2013

Tropical Storm Humberto formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean Monday morning. The National Hurricane Center predicts it could become the first hurricane of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season on Tuesday.

Tropical Depression Nine forms; forecast to strengthen into the first hurricane of the year

Tropical Depression Nine formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean Sunday afternoon and could become Hurricane Humberto by midweek.

Tropical Depression Seven strengthens into Tropical Storm Gabrielle, no threat to Gulf

Tropical Storm Gabrielle formed south of Puerto Rico hours after the National Hurricane Center began issuing advisories for Tropical Depression Seven.

Tropical Depression Seven forms in Caribbean, no impact to Gulf

The National Hurricane Center named Tropical Depression Seven in the northern Caribbean Sea on Wednesday. Impacts are forecast to stay minimal in the continental United States, especially in the Gulf of Mexico.

10 months later, Hurricane Sandy's 'blessing': Treasures wash ashore

Professed "Jersey girl" Christeena Hockin-Minopetros began collecting sea glass from the New Jersey shore when she was 5.

Tropical waves in the tropics, not likely to affect the U.S.

The National Hurricane Center has their eye on three tropical waves in the tropics.

Tropical Storm Fernand forms in the southern Gulf of Mexico

Tropical Storm Fernand formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico Sunday evening. The National Hurricane Center forecasts Fernand will head westward into Mexico over the next, few days and pose no threat to south Louisiana.

Coalition established in response to effects of latest FEMA flood mapping; insurance premiums set to skyrocket

The Coalition for Sustainable Flood Insurance has been established in order to combat the anticipated effect of FEMA’s latest flood mapping.