Residents drive through a flooded neighborhood Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022, in North Port, Fla.

Floridians Endure Slow Wait For Power Knocked Out By Ian

About 400,000 homes and businesses remained without electricity Tuesday in Florida and it will be the weekend before most power is restored.


3:40A Port Charlotte signed is shown on a tilt.

Port Charlotte Residents Pick Up The Pieces Left By Hurricane Ian

3:21Coast Guard personnel help evacuate residents who rode out the storm, in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian
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Questions Arise On Timing Of Lee County Evacuation Orders

1:39Boats damaged by Hurricane Ian
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One Florida Captain Rode Out Hurricane Ian On His Houseboat

2:42Damaged homes and debris is seen on Sanibel Island, in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian
Steve Helber / AP

Sarasota County Working To Get Power And Water Restored For Residents

2:09A TV news crew works in debris on Sanibel Island
Steve Helber / AP

Sanibel Island, A Popular Tourist Destination, Devastated By Hurricane


Over 2 Million People Experiencing Power Outages From Hurricane Ian

1:52A worker moves a sandbag after a pump was placed to remove water from the Battery as the effects from Hurricane Ian are felt
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Hurricane Ian Makes Landfall Again, This Time In South Carolina

3:41President Biden at FEMA headquarters
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Pres. Biden: 'Our Country Hurts' After Hurricane Ian Slams Florida

3:27Aqua fences in front of the hospital

Hurricane Ian Impacting Hospitals And Health Care In Florida

3:30Operators from the electric company mounted on a crane try to repair broken power lines in the wake of Hurricane Ian.
Ramon Espinosa / AP

More Than 1.5 Million Floridians Without Power Due To Hurricane Ian

6:25Hurricane Ian making landfall in southwest Florida

Ian Swamps Southwest Florida, Trapping People In Homes

2:23Park guests depart from Universal Studios
Janelle Cogan / AP

Disney World Is Closing Its Gates Due To Hurricane Ian

2:30Satellite image released by NASA shows Hurricane Ian growing stronger as it barreled toward Cuba.
NASA Worldview / Earth Observing System Data and Information System

Some Florida Transplants Are Preparing For Their First Hurricane

10:57People board up a business in Florida
Phelan M. Ebenhack / AP

Hurricane Ian Strikes Cuba, Florida Braces For Winds, Floods

4:33A phone displays the Federal Emergency Management Agency application
Gregory Bull / AP

How Can We Prepare For Deadly Floods?

7:04A satellite image of Tropical Storm Ian over the central Caribbean on Monday, Sept. 26, 2022

Vulnerable Tampa Bay Braces For Storm Not Seen In A Century

1:11Satellite image of Tropical Storm Ian.

DeSantis Declares State Of Emergency As Storm Expected To Hit Florida

0:33The NASA moon rocket stands on Pad 39B before a launch attempt for the Artemis 1 mission to orbit the moon.
Brynn Anderson / AP

NASA Delays Moon Rocket Launch Due To Potential Hurricane

1:39Three people inside a house await rescue from the floods caused by Hurricane Fiona.
Stephanie Rojas / AP

Hurricane Fiona Rips Through Powerless Puerto Rico

Satellite image of Tropical Storm Fiona.

Puerto Rico Under Hurricane Warning As Tropical Storm Fiona Approaches

3:03The Colorado River flows at Horseshoe Bend in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
Brittany Peterson / AP

Why Is The U.S. West Experiencing A Megadrought?

Firefighter Matthew Gerzin of Alaska's Pioneer Peak Interagency Hotshot crew rubs his eye while battling the Mosquito Fire.
Noah Berger / AP

Weather Helping, But Threat From Western Fires Persists

4:58Farmworkers pick and pack melons.
Terry Chea / AP

California Heat Threatens Agriculture With 8th Day Of Triple Digits

3:28A firefighter takes a hose to a burning property while battling the Fairview Fire Monday
Ethan Swope / AP

California Officials Warn Of Possible Blackouts Due To Extreme Heat

3:49People on the Manhattan Beach Pier in Manhattan Beach, California
John Antczak / AP

Record-Breaking Temperatures Continue Across The West

1:13Cal Fire firefighters work a flare up.
Gregory Bull / AP

Southern California Fire Forces Evacuations, Shuts Down Some Roads

2:01A bulldozer works to build a fire line on wildfire in Castaic, California.
Ringo H.W. Chiu / AP

Firefighters Face Heat Wave As They Battle California Wildfires

3:52A homeless encampment in Phoenix is shown.

Phoenix Appoints First City Funded Heat Office; Goal: Saving Lives

3:27A helicopter drops water on the advancing Route Fire over emergency vehicles
Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

55 Million People Under Heat Alerts In Western U.S.

3:43A person sits in a lake.

Tens Of Millions Of People Under Heat Alerts In The West