|Typhoon spares Manila, leaves 7 dead elsewhere
Officials in the Philippines say hundreds of thousands of people evacuated dangerous areas ahead of Typhoon Rammasun but the storm still left at least seven people dead and knocked out power in many areas today.
|Hundreds of thousands flee from Philippine typhoon
Still haunted by a deadly typhoon that struck last year, hundreds of thousands of villagers fled from disaster-prone areas Tuesday as a typhoon blew closer toward the northeastern Philippines, where it was expected to hit land at nightfall before barreling across densely populated regions toward the capital.
|Philippines braces for floods from tropical storm
The Philippines was bracing for possible floods and landslides as a tropical storm continued to strengthen Monday as it moved closer to the country's eastern seaboard.
|Thailand Native In Lexington Organizing Fundraiser For Typhoon Victims
Thailand native Nat Yuttayong, owner of Thai Nat's Restaurant in Lexington, is organizing a fundraiser for typhoon victims that will include free food at McCarthy's Irish Pub.
|Donate to Help With Typhoon Relief
Links to the Red Cross, UNICEF, Save the Children and more
|Local Priest’s Family OK in Typhoon
Father Noel Zamora is the pastor of Saint Andrew Catholic Church in Harrodsburg. He has family in the typhoon-ravaged Philippines. Video
|US Organizes Aid Shipments
The U.S. government is organizing emergency shipments of materials to provide shelter to hundreds of thousands of displaced Filipinos, in the aftermath of a typhoon that may have killed thousands.