Sanibel Island was almost totally underwater during the storm and it will take years to rebuild.
A New York City councilman proposed a bill rewarding locals cash for telling on bike lane parking violations.
“If not for the right to shelter, where would those 60,000 people be tonight?” one advocate said. “The right to shelter has been a bulwark of survival.”
Democrat John Fetterman’s lead over Republican Mehmet Oz is narrowing in Pennsylvania’s Senate race, according to a new survey.
Florida State Senator Janet Cruz says climate change will trigger stronger and more deadly hurricanes.
Veteran storm watchers wonder if Ian’s trajectory will perpetuate an idea that hurricanes don’t come ashore in Tampa Bay.
Several neighborhoods in Chicago have hired private security to quell crime, and San Francisco and Baltimore have followed suit.
Three children were transported to trauma centers after a crash caused a school bus to fall on its side.
The strategy mirrors the approach used by relatives of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school killings.
Fletcher was running on the University of Memphis campus when she was forced into a vehicle after a struggle about 4 a.m. Sept 2.
An active shooter was reported at a hospital outside Little Rock, Arkansas, police confirmed Wednesday.
With a huge new investment, Ford is making a commitment to build trucks in Kentucky.
“We still have search crews out there today looking for any signs of anyone in the mangroves, hulled somewhere, holding onto something floating.”
High speed car chases through rural towns near the U.S.-Mexico border have become increasingly common, and have often turned fatal, over the last year.
It is still unknown what the exact death toll from Hurricane Ian will be. These are some of the deadliest storms in American history.
Researchers have discovered a new type of prehistoric sea creature whose name translates to “snakey crocodile-face.”
May escaped from the Federal Correctional Institution in Englewood on Dec. 21, 2018. He allegedly stole a Bureau of Prisons work truck and drove off the prison grounds …
The memories don’t fade, they sharpen, William “Bill” Henning said as he prepared for ceremonies in Las Vegas marking the date of the Oct. 1, 2017, massacre.