Lacson on exit mode, says electoral bid 'irrelevant'

MANILA - Former Senator Panfilo Lacson said the possibility of running for office again in 2016 has nothing to do with his decision to resign as head of the Office of the Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Recovery.

Ice may have caused AirAsia crash: govt agency

(UPDATE 2) Weather was the "triggering factor" in the crash of AirAsia Flight 8501 with icing likely causing engine damage, Indonesian officials said.

Temperatura sa Baguio City, lalo pang bumaba

Lalo pang lumamig sa Baguio City, kaya mas enjoy ang mga humahabol sa pagba-bakasyon. May ibang turista namang umuwi na para makaiwas sa pagsisikip ng trapiko.

Baguio, Tagaytay temperatures plunge

Bumagsak sa 11.1 degrees Celsius ang temperatura sa Baguio ngayong araw, pero mga turista, enjoy hanggang gabi dahil may night market din. Ma-eenjoy din ang malamig na klima sa Tagaytay.

Storm surge wipes out Zamboanga City coastal homes

A number of houses in a small coastal village in Zamboanga City were wiped out by a New Year's Eve storm surge.

Baguio chills at 11 degrees Celsius

MANILA - The temperature in Baguio City dropped to 11 degrees Celsius on Friday, the second day of 2015, state weather bureau PAGASA said.

'E Samar did not receive advance warning on Seniang'

MANILA, Philippines - The yearend Tropical Storm Seniang that claimed dozens of lives and left hundreds of families homeless in the Visayas and Mindanao could have been avoided had concerned local officials and agencies not been complacent during the holidays.

Where you can donate for typhoon Seniang victims

ABS-CBN's Sagip Kapamilya is accepting donations in kind, preferably rice, easy-to-open canned goods, and noodles for victims displaced by typhoon Seniang.

'Seniang' downgraded to LPA

MANILA – Tropical cyclone ''Seniang'' has been downgraded to a low pressure area (LPA), state weather bureau PAGASA said.

NDRRMC: Preparations for 'Seniang' enough

MANILA – National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) chief Alexander Pama defended his agency from criticisms over the supposed lack of preparation by the government for tropical cyclone ''Seniang''.