People are preparing for risky search and cleanup efforts in southwestern Japan, where several days of heavy rainfall has set off flooding and landslides in a widespread area.
A top Turkish official says 24 people were killed in the derailment of a passenger train in northwestern Turkey.
Ford Motor Co. defended its decision to keep operating its Kentucky Truck Plant as normal on Tuesday afternoon even as an EF-1 tornado touched down just north of the plant in eastern Jefferson County.
Survey crews will continue to work on Wednesday to update any further damage.
Any hot summer day will leave a person sweating, but it is even hotter on freshly poured asphalt.
Temperatures topped 90 degrees Tuesday with the heat index in the mid to upper-90s, making simple things like walking potentially dangerous.
Starting July 1, all school and intramural coaches will have to pass a "heat preparedness" course.
Heat indexes are expected to reach 100 degrees or more in the next several days and it was already having an impact on those outside Saturday.
Photos shared by WDRB viewers on social media show downed trees over many parts of the area from strong winds.
Flooding victims are encouraged to visit the center for federal assistance.
The concerns by the sheep farmer for the rest of the herd.
After preliminary surveys, the National Weather Service says the damage appears to have been caused by straight-line winds.
It happened in Kenton County, near Cincinnati.