For Miami-Dade, Hurricane Irma may have been but a dry run for the real thing -- a major hurricane that rakes across the length of the county with the full destructive force of the terrifying Category 5 monster that Irma and its sequel, Hurricane Maria, delivered at their peak.
In the coming days, Puerto Rico is set to ask for several billions of dollars in federal relief from two major hurricanes as officials acknowledge that the months-long recovery may compel more residents to abandon an already distressed economic island.
Three people were killed and 16 others were injured, six of them critically, when a charter bus struck a New York City bus in Flushing, Queens, New York.
Throwing a wrench into everybody's weekend plans, Saturday, Sept. 23 is predicted (by one man) to begin a chain of events that will lead to Earth's destruction.
A recent study found that FEMA failed to capture 75 percent of flood damages within their flood maps between 1999 and 2009.
More bad news for the islands of the Caribbean that recently rode out devastating Hurricane Irma: Hurricane Maria is getting stronger and it also seems interested in paying a visit.
Tropical Storm Jose, which has been lingering in the Atlantic Ocean, could lumber up toward Connecticut, predictions show, but it is still too early to tell its exact impact.
In a recent TV news interview, EDM Digest founder Dr. Chris Reynolds describes how his local Tampa emergency management officials tackled Hurricane Irma.