Hundreds of utility workers from Michigan are in Florida, working to restore power to a staggering number of people affected by Irma.
Both of Florida’s coasts were pounded by storm surges from Irma, which engulfed most of the Florida peninsula.
A flyover of the hurricane-battered Florida Keys yielded what the governor said were scenes of devastation.
Shawn Ginter and his family were in Fort Pierce Sunday, trying to stay safe as their street turned into a river.
As Irma closes in on Tampa Bay, residents fear what it will do to an area that hasn’t taken a direct hit from a major hurricane since 1921.
The 400-mile-wide storm blew ashore in the mostly cleared-out Florida Keys, then began a slow trek up the state’s west coast.
Miami International Airport has announced it will be closed Monday and begin only limited flights on Tuesday.
Kelsey Van Eyl-Godin is among the local Red Cross volunteers heading south to help in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
As the Grand Rapids Fire Department’s training chief, Lee Finlayson is no stranger to disaster.
Diehard Northern Lights lovers might want to pack up the car and head north to catch Friday night’s display.
The fearsome storm continued a rampage through the Caribbean that has killed at least 11 people, with Florida in its sights.
Hurricane Irma is leading to chaos at many airports.
The “Big One” has long been the stuff of Florida’s nightmares. And it appears Hurricane Irma could be it.
Heavy rain and 185 mph winds lashed the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico’s northeast coast Wednesday as Hurricane Irma roared through.
If you’re heading to the lakeshore on Monday, pay attention to the beach warning flags that will be posted.