A winter storm has brought about 9 inches of snow to the Southeast and is now heading to north. Powerful winds and heavy rain is expected. Vanessa Murdock has the forecast.
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KPIX CBS team coverage of the Tonga volcano eruption and subsequent tsunami which sent waves across the Pacific Ocean on Saturday.
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Authorities have confirmed three people are missing and feared dead after a devastating fire outside Boulder, Colorado destroyed nearly a thousand homes over the holiday weekend, Today reported.
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