Nearly 30,000 homes in Puerto Rico still have temporary roofs, almost two years after Hurricane Maria.
60% of the housing stock around Panama City, Florida, was damaged or destroyed in Hurricane Michael. It may never be rebuilt.
“People just need to know that we’re not going to be OK, we’re not OK.”
Many residents still don't have cell service, or they lost their vehicles and can't evacuate.
"I think leadership is 51 percent empathy. With empathy, you can gain the hearts of anybody, if you mean business."
Even veteran storm chasers are saying they're shocked by the extreme devastation
“We’re at a standstill,” said Rory Parker, whose home was destroyed in Matthew. “We’re done, tapped out of money.”
Officials said roughly 75 percent of cell phones in the United States got pinged.
The Integrated Public Alert and Warning System will issue a test of the Presidential Alert, used for major, nationwide emergencies.
Puerto Ricans tell us what it's like a year after Maria
The hurricane response efforts took shape in North Carolina’s counties and towns, largely independent of federal authorities.