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|New aerial imagery from NOAA shows many beach cottages that lined the shores of Sanibel Island, Florida, were wiped away by storm surge
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POSTED SEPTEMBER 30, 2022 9:14 PM
|Aftermath: As Ian continues to weaken farther inland, recovery efforts are underway in Florida and South Carolina
As post-tropical cyclone Ian moves inland across North Carolina early Saturday, communities in Florida and South Carolina are recovering after the deadly storm brought torrential rain, powerful winds and cataclysmic flooding over the course of three terrifying days.
POSTED OCTOBER 01, 2022 9:38 AM
|'We are facing a tragedy': Charlotte County official says much more assistance is needed
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|'Not ready to go': Civilians resist rescue groups amid flood
CNN's chief climate correspondent Bill Weir rides with civilian volunteers known as the "Cajun Navy" and "Project Dynamo" in efforts to save stranded civilians from the devastation left by Hurricane Ian on Sanibel Island.
POSTED SEPTEMBER 30, 2022 3:19 PM
|Opinion: The hurricane problem Florida could have avoided
After hours of battling Hurricane Ian's high winds, torrential rain and storm surges nearing 12 feet in some locations, residents are left to pick up the pieces. In the hours and days after Ian, the true destruction will be revealed, shedding light on the hardest hit areas.
POSTED SEPTEMBER 30, 2022 3:29 AM
|Election: Hurricane-slammed Florida election offices scramble to meet Thursday deadline to send vote-by-mail ballots
Elections officials in portions of Florida hard hit by Hurricane Ian are scrambling to meet a fast-approaching deadline to begin sending out absentee ballots and are working to develop contingency plans for November's general election.
POSTED SEPTEMBER 30, 2022 11:55 PM
|Florida farms: Underwater and without power
About 15% of Nick Wishnatzki's 650-acre family strawberry farm sustained damage from Hurricane Ian. His fields in Duette, Florida, are underwater, and plastic used to protect the carefully prepped fields for planting season in November, were ripped off by Ian's 100-mph winds. That's sent Wishnatzki scrambling to get back on track.
POSTED SEPTEMBER 30, 2022 9:39 PM
|In pictures: Hurricane Ian slams the Southeast
Hurricane Ian left coast-to-coast damage in Florida, and it's now begun lashing South Carolina, where it made landfall on Friday afternoon and threatened more lethal flooding.
POSTED OCTOBER 01, 2022 3:22 AM
|Ukraine encircles Russian forces near Donetsk, overshadowing Moscow's annexation of the region
• Opinion: The most likely nuclear scenario
• US imposing 'swift and severe costs' on Russia
• How Russia's territory control has shifted
• Erin Burnett: 'Ukraine's story will define the world we all live in'
POSTED OCTOBER 01, 2022 11:13 AM
|There are more electric vehicles on the road than ever. See where charging gaps are on US highways.
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POSTED SEPTEMBER 30, 2022 12:51 PM