Take a look at this!
A tree believed to be the oldest pond cypress in the world was reduced to a stump in a fire Monday morning.
Known as "The Senator," the tree sat in a park in Seminole county, Florida. It was believed to be 35-hundred years old.
At 118-feet high, it was also considered the tallest cypress in the US.
More than a dozen fire fighters tried to save "The Senator."
The cause of the blaze is still unknown, but authorities have ruled out arson.
A bout of winter weather blanketed Washington's Mount Hood with snow.
Though driving up the mountain can be a challenge, skiers and snowboarders are welcoming the white stuff.
They're making up for lost time following a lackluster December.
"I changed my plans because, hey, we've been waiting all year for this."
They're expecting several more inches of snow in the coming days.
The GOP presidential hopefuls seem to be everywhere in South Carolina, ahead of the state's primary -- they're even showing up in the sand on Myrtle Beach.
"Mount Myrtle" was sponsored by the city's chamber of commerce and the convention and visitor's bureau.
It took five sculptors 525 tons of sand, and six days to finish the project.
They probably wish Jon Huntsman had said something about dropping out before they included his likeness.