(NEW YORK) -- Nicholas is stalling over the Gulf Coast, dropping dangerous amounts of rain over areas still recovering from previous storms. Flash flood watches are in effect through Friday in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Ten to 11 inches of rain has already inundated Alabama... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Nicholas, now slamming Louisiana with heavy rain, is expected to stall over the state through Friday, bringing more destruction as residents still recover from deadly Hurricane Ida. Six to 14 inches of rain has already inundated Texas and Louisiana, with more on... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Tropical Storm Nicholas is pounding the South with rain after roaring ashore in Texas early Tuesday as a Category 1 hurricane. In the Houston area, 410,000 customers were without power Tuesday morning. In Harris County, all public health testing and vaccination sites... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Nicholas made landfall in Texas early Tuesday as a Category 1 hurricane before weakening to a tropical storm. The storm had been riding on the water, parallel to the Texas coast, causing it to strengthen from a tropical storm into a hurricane... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Tropical Storm Nicholas is closing in on Texas where a hurricane watch has been issued along the coast. Nicholas, now churning with 60 mph winds, could strengthen to a hurricane when it makes landfall Monday (hurricanes have 74 mph or higher winds). Nicholas... Read More.
(NEW ORLEANS) -- Tropical Storm Nicholas has set a course toward the Gulf Coast and is expected to bring drenching rains to some regions still recovering from Hurricane Ida. The system strengthened from a tropical depression late Sunday morning in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico,... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- As more Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel alums speak out against the alleged misconduct disgraced director Joss Whedon displayed on set, one voice was noticeably absent -- Nicholas Brendon. Brendon, who played the affable Xander and was a critical member of the "Scooby Gang,"... Read More.