KSTU: Utah's Great Salt Lake Drops To Record-Tying Historic Low
On Tuesday morning, the Great Salt Lake was confirmed to have dropped to an elevation daily average of 4,191.4 feet.
Tornado Outbreak Leaves Trail Of Destruction Across Southern U.S.
A 39-year-old Alabama woman and her 8-year-old son were killed by one of dozens of tornadoes that swept across the Deep South over the past two days.By Butch Dill / AP
Massive Snowfall Buries Cars, Keeps Falling In Western N.Y.
The snowfall in some spots ranked among the highest ever recorded in the area.By Libby March /The Buffalo News via AP
Lake-Effect Snow Paralyzes Parts Of Western, Northern New York
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul declared a state of emergency Thursday for parts of western New York.By Joshua Bessex / AP
President Biden Visits Arizona Computer Chip Site, Highlights Jobs
The Democratic president has staked his legacy in large part on major investments in technology and infrastructure that were approved by Congress.By Patrick Semansky / AP
Trump Organization Convicted Of Tax Fraud In Executive's Scheme
Trump's company was convicted of tax fraud for a scheme by top executives to avoid paying personal income taxes on perks like apartments and cars.By Julia Nikhinson / AP
Steph Curry Clears Air On Fake Viral Video Of 5 Full-Court Shots
Curry confirmed the viral video of him making five full-court shots in a row was fake but called it the "ultimate compliment" that fans believed it.By David Zalubowski / AP