Eight members of the Minnesota All Hazards Incident Management Team are headed to Florida to assist with recovery efforts after the damage caused by Hurricane Ian.
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Najahe Sherman reports debris litters the streets, many businesses and homes damaged.
Many Erie residents tend to migrate south for the winter, but Hurricane Ian might cause a change in plans.
Hurricane Ian has left whole neighbourhoods in Florida underwater as it brought torrential rain and stormy weather to the state.Footage from Naples, Key West, Fort Lauderdale and Cape Coral shows the extent of the damage, giving a glimpse into what the rest of the state has experienced.Ian made landfall as a category four hurricane, before later being downgraded to a tropical storm.An estimated 2.4 million homes and businesses in Florida have been left without power, while floodwaters have been surging inland.Click here to sign up for our newsletters.
Adrian Ghobrial reports on people in Newfoundland and Labrador contemplating whether to rebuild homes and businesses after Fionas wrath.
17 electric cooperatives in Arkansas are on standby to provide aid to impacted areas if needed.
An Orlando entrepreneur is trying to protect homes and businesses from hurricanes. John D. Smith is the creator of a window and door covering he calls Storm Stoppers. Its a thick, corrugated plastic meant as an alternative to plywood.
Families that are already getting squeezed by high inflation are going to face another surge in heating bills this winter, according to several experts.
The Rotary Club of Louisville has partnered with community businesses and organizations to raise $5 million to fund homeowners.
An island in Amherstburg, Ont. steeped in history is open for business. Once a landmark amusement park, Boblo Island is ready to triple its current population through a new development. Amico Group originally bought the land in the mid 2000s, and their ultimate goal was to continue developing the land for residential use, while respecting the existing environment.