Hidden in the haze of the petrochemical plants and beyond the seemingly endless traffic jams, a Texas city has grown so large that it is poised to pass Chicago as the third biggest in the United States in the next decade. Houston has been one of the fastest-growing U.S. cities for years, fueled by an energy industry that provided the backbone of the economy, low taxes and prospects of employment that have attracted job seekers. Houston's move is also indicative of demographic shifts unfolding in the United States that will increase the population and political clout of the Lone Star State over the next several decades.
The video posted on Youtube shows an apocalyptic landscape with an eerie red sky and brightly burning trees.
A man injured in an accident involving a vehicle striking a horse and buggy has died in Pontotoc County, Mississippi.