Snowstorm leaves 250K in dark in Maine

A late-season storm dumped heavy, wet snow across Maine, knocking out power to more than a quarter-million homes and businesses at the peak Friday.

Booze deaths down in warmer Russian winter

Winter has been unusually mild in much of Russia this season and the number of deaths from alcohol consumption declined. An alcohol policy group says the two developments are connected.

3 dead in 100 vehicle crash on Wyoming highway

At least three people died and dozens were injured in a pileup involving more than 100 vehicles amid blowing snow that closed part of Interstate 80 in Wyoming, officials said Monday.

Parts of New York brace for 4-feet of snow

Areas of upstate New York braced Thursday for high winds and up to 4 feet of snow that already had closed schools and led to calls for drivers to stay off roads.

Monster blizzard paralyzes eastern Canada

The federal government is working on mobilizing the Armed Forces to help Newfoundland and Labrador dig out from the monster blizzard that paralyzed eastern regions of the province with record breaking amounts of snow.