Concert Will Raise Money For Hurricane Florence VictimsA 10-hour Hurricane Florence Benefit Concert is set Nov. 11 in Myrtle Beach.
Storm-Ravaged Carolinas Brace For Even More Florence FloodingWater appears to have receded in some areas of the Carolinas, but more flooding from Hurricane Florence could arrive through the weekend, officials say.
Hurricane Florence Makes Landfall In North Carolina, With Plenty Of Destruction And Suffering AheadHurricane Florence has made landfall in North Carolina, but its crawling pace and overwhelming storm surges are setting up hours and hours of destruction and human suffering -- with dozens desperately awaiting rescue in one flooded city alone.
Report: How Hurricane Florence Could Hurt The Area EconomyPorts are closing. Farmers are moving hogs to high ground. Dealers are parking cars in service bays for refuge. And up to 3 million energy customers in North and South Carolina could lose power for weeks.
Latest: Hurricane Florence Is Shaping Up To Deliver Disaster For DaysHurricane Florence is forecast to crawl up to the North Carolina coast late this week and turn slowly left -- a development that would smash the Tar Heel State with life-threatening storm surge.
4 Reasons Why Hurricane Florence Is Extremely DangerousA perfect storm of unfortunate circumstances means Florence could deal a devastating blow to the Southeast. Here's why this hurricane is especially dangerous:
Why North Carolina Is Vulnerable To HurricanesAs Hurricane Florence churns toward the East Coast with catastrophic power, it's targeting a particularly vulnerable North Carolina coast where vast amounts of new development now stand on the shifting sands of barrier islands amid the rising waters of climate change.
American Humane Rescue Team Rushing To Evacuate Animals Caught In Path Of Hurricane FlorenceAs Hurricane Florence barrels toward the United States, bringing with it torrential rains, dangerous winds, and potential flooding, the famed American Humane Rescue team, which has been saving animals in disasters for more than 100 years.
Surge, Wind, Rain, Floods: Hurricane Florence Could Hit HardHurricane Florence churned Tuesday toward the Eastern Seaboard as a storm of "staggering" size, forcing a million people to evacuate the coast.