Maine father, Kevin Howell, tragically drowned after rescuing his 4-year-old son from icy waters. The pair fell through the ice while walking on Etna Pond. Howell managed to get his son onto a sheet of ice before succumbing to the cold.
Body cam footage released by the Jonesboro Police Department showed the officer crawling on top of the ice to reach the child, who was clinging to the edge with his body submerged.
The arctic air has moved out and the rain has moved in. And there are several rain chances this week.
In Imperial, Missouri, first responders faced an unexpected challenge when their fire truck spun out of control on an icy road, crashing in a driveway.
With a possibility of freezing rain in some parts of North Texas overnight, TxDOT is taking no chances. Brine trucks were out again pretreating highways and bridges to the north and northwest of the DFW Metroplex.
Another round of freezing rain could affect some North Texans later this weekend. It's expected to come in Sunday night, into Monday morning, but it isn't expected to be as bad as last week.
Forecast models show temperatures next week could reach 10-20 degrees above average.
In the midst of a severe snowstorm in Nebraska, rancher Kelly Rowley took an unconventional approach to keep her horses, Rip and Diamond, warm. Concerned about their well-being during the harsh weather conditions, Rowley decided to bring the horses inside her home.
A record-breaking storm surge from winter storms in Maine recently uncovered a shipwreck known as the "Tay" in Acadia National Park.
The arctic air has returned to North Texas! You'll definitely want to grab your big jacket before you head out the door and you need to think about your pipes and plants again.
Three people were killed after a power line fell on a vehicle during a damaging ice storm in Portland, Oregon. Here's what officials say to do if it happens to you.
The nearly four-day-long arctic blast was enough to do a lot of damage to pipes in North Texas. And while it may feel over right now, you will need to drip those faucets yet again.
Four new peak usage records were set during the most recent bitter cold, but the state's gas, coal and nuclear power plants performed.
The schools worked feverishly in hopes of getting damaged campuses dried out and back open in time for kids to return to school on Thursday.
Repair crews are trying to fix dozens of water main breaks caused by the extremely cold weather. Plumbers are also working overtime to help homeowners whose pipes burst.
Members of the homeless ministry Our Calling spent the day on the street of Dallas trying to get folks to come inside.
Having schools closed when the streets were clear and most employers operating with business as usual created a challenge for working parents. School district leaders explained what was behind their decision.
The biggest impact was seen in Tarrant County. Crews in Fort Worth alone responded to more than 20 water main breaks. Officials expect the problem to continue until the end of the week.
When temperatures drop below freezing, homeowners need to take action in order to prevent pipes from freezing, which could lead to costly repairs if the pipes end up bursting.
The lowest temperature ever recorded in the U.S. was negative 80 degrees in Prospect Creek, Alaska.