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Hurricane Ian death toll expected to surpass 50 as rescuers search door-to-door for survivors

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

Sporadic reports of deaths continue to trickle in from across the Sunshine State, and authorities said the toll will continue to climb as recovery efforts progress.
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Florida begins long recovery as death toll from Hurricane Ian rises

Florida begins long recovery as death toll from Hurricane Ian rises

1 month ago   |   By Politico

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The death toll in Florida continued to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian as emergency workers and government officials began the long process of recovering from one of the worst storms in the state's history. As of Saturday, at least 23 people were killed by the storm, which made landfall earlier this week near Fort Myers in Lee County as a Category 4 hurricane, according to reports from the state's medical examiners. Some media reports had the fatality total as high as 50, and the number will surely climb. State officials said more than 1,300 search and rescue...
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Florida Rescue Efforts Continue as Death Toll From Hurricane Ian Rises

1 month ago   |   By Time

PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. - Rescuers searched for survivors among the ruins of Florida's flooded homes from Hurricane Ian while authorities in South Carolina began assessing damage from its strike there as the remnants of one of the strongest and costliest hurricanes to ever hit the U.S. continued to push north.
The powerful storm terrorized millions of people for most of the week, battering western Cuba before raking across Florida from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean, where it mustered enough strength for a final assault on South Carolina. Now weakened to a...
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Dozens of delays plague one of the busiest travel days of the year

Dozens of delays plague one of the busiest travel days of the year

Sunday was busy at RDU, but long TSA lines and dozens of delays meant travelers spent much more time at the airport tonight than expected. Read more ...

Plane caught in power lines after crash in Maryland, 2 occupants unhurt

Plane caught in power lines after crash in Maryland, 2 occupants unhurt

The plane was stuck about 100 feet above the ground, and the transmission lines remained live, complicating rescue efforts. Read more ...

World Cup recap, Day 8: Morocco beats Belgium, Germany still in

Morocco win stuns Belgium, Japan in surprise defeat to Costa Rica, Croatia knocks out Canada, Germany draws with Spain. Read more ...

Cincinnati police: One person in critical condition after shooting in West End

Cincinnati police: One person in critical condition after shooting in West End

One person is in critical condition after two people were shot in the West End on Sunday evening Read more ...

BWI-Marshall anticipates 34K travelers departing after Thanksgiving

BWI-Marshall anticipates 34K travelers departing after Thanksgiving

Millions of Americans are traveling home from the Thanksgiving holiday amid thousands of canceled flights. Read more ...

3 charged in Gold Coast fight over soccer game; CPD officer among 3 hurt

The fight, which started inside Gold Coast Social over a soccer game, spilled into the street, the establishment's owner said. Read more ...

2 suspects wanted in triple stabbing at Harrah's Casino in Atlantic City

Investigators say an altercation led to a physical confrontation which resulted in three people being stabbed. Read more ...

Australia reduces national terrorism threat to 'possible'

The head of Australia's main domestic spy agency says the country has downgraded its terrorism threat level from “probable” to “possible” for the first time since 2014 Read more ...

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"I'm not sure that you ever really get an answer to that," Hollander said. Read more ...

Crowd angered by lockdowns calls for China's Xi to step down

The protests - which began Friday and have spread to cities including the capital, Beijing, and dozens of university campuses - are the most widespread show of opposition to... Read more ...