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Michigan Man Drives 1,200 Miles to Evacuate His Aunt Before Hurricane

Michigan Man Drives 1,200 Miles to Evacuate His Aunt Before Hurricane

Ed Kondrat set out Thursday night, on no sleep, for a long road trip down Interstate 75 to Florida to get his 99-year-old aunt out of the Hurricane Irma’s path—and found she didn’t want to leave.

Published 9 months ago

Miami’s Hurricane Holdouts Gather With Friends, Family

Miami’s Hurricane Holdouts Gather With Friends, Family

As Hurricane Irma neared Florida, some Miami residents were busy preparing their homes for giant slumber parties and shared meals with friends and family.

Published 9 months ago

Mexico Rushes In Relief Supplies to Quake-Devastated Areas

Mexico Rushes In Relief Supplies to Quake-Devastated Areas

Mexico declared three days of mourning for the scores of people killed in Mexico’s strongest earthquake in decades as troops rushed in relief supplies and residents cleared rubble in poor communities that took the worst of it.

Published 9 months ago

Irma Slams Cuba as the Storm Cuts Through the Caribbean

Irma Slams Cuba as the Storm Cuts Through the Caribbean

Powerful Hurricane Irma made landfall in Cuba early Saturday morning as it plows northwest toward the Florida Keys, whipping the central city of Camagüey with 155-mile-per-hour winds, damaging property and knocking out communications in some parts of the island nation.

Published 9 months ago

Irma’s Approach Shifts to Gulf Coast, Keeps Florida on Edge

Irma’s Approach Shifts to Gulf Coast, Keeps Florida on Edge

The hurricane is expected to bring life-threatening winds and storm surges to Florida’s Gulf Coast and inland. Gov. Rick Scott called for nursing volunteers, while further evacuations were ordered and more shelters opened.

Published 9 months ago

GasBuddy App Scores Big During Florida Fuel Shortage

GasBuddy App Scores Big During Florida Fuel Shortage

Hurricane Irma is becoming a defining moment for 17-year-old GasBuddy, as desperate drivers trying to leave Florida ahead of the storm are counting on the firm’s real-time data to locate gas stations that haven’t been depleted.

Published 9 months ago

Nestled in House Spending Bill: Campaign Finance Deregulation

Nestled in House Spending Bill: Campaign Finance Deregulation

House Republicans are backing several provisions that could reshape campaign finance rules ahead of next year’s midterm elections as spending negotiations continue this fall.

Published 9 months ago

Florida Nursing Homes Prepare for Hurricane Irma

Florida Nursing Homes Prepare for Hurricane Irma

Roughly 200 nurisng homes and assisted-living facilities in Florida have announced evacuations, but many residents are too frail to be moved easily.

Published 9 months ago

Mobile Banking Apps Help Customers Carry on Amid Hurricanes

Mobile Banking Apps Help Customers Carry on Amid Hurricanes

Past hurricanes have crippled bank customers, but mobile technology increasingly helps people and businesses get back on their feet quicker.

Published 9 months ago

Why Amazon’s Growth Ambitions Don’t Fit in Seattle

Why Amazon’s Growth Ambitions Don’t Fit in Seattle

Amazon needs to hire thousands more software developers, and that will almost certainly be cheaper and easier in a city other than Seattle.

Published 9 months ago

Thousands Evacuate as Irma Approaches Florida: What You Need to Know

Thousands Evacuate as Irma Approaches Florida: What You Need to Know

Evacuations are underway in Florida and have been ordered in Georgia as Hurricane Irma barrels through the West Indies. Here's what you need to know. Photo: NOAA

Published 9 months ago

Irma’s Devastating Trail

Irma’s Devastating Trail

Hurricane Irma, which killed at least 19 people in the Caribbean, took aim at Florida, prompting thousands of people to evacuate coastal parts of the state. Gov. Rick Scott warned Irma, one of the most powerful hurricanes on record, could be worse than Hurricane Andrew, the Category 5 storm that devastated South Florida 25 years ago.

Published 1 year ago

Disney, Universal to Close Orlando Theme Parks as Irma Nears

Disney, Universal to Close Orlando Theme Parks as Irma Nears

Walt Disney Co. and Comcast Corp. are closing their Florida theme parks for at least two days in anticipation of Hurricane Irma, the companies said Friday.

Published 9 months ago

What Homeowners Insurance Won’t Cover If a Hurricane Hits

What Homeowners Insurance Won’t Cover If a Hurricane Hits

Having homeowners insurance is no guarantee against major losses for those who live in Hurricane Irma’s path.

Published 9 months ago

Florida Evacuees Find Few Hotel Rooms as Thousands Seek Shelter From Irma

Florida Evacuees Find Few Hotel Rooms as Thousands Seek Shelter From Irma

As evacuees flee coastal Florida and other parts of the South, hotel rooms are becoming a scarce commodity throughout inland Florida and hundreds of miles farther north.

Published 9 months ago