Now that Irma's devastating run through the Florida Keys is over, residents return to check the destructive storm's effects on their property.
Gas lines hours so long people sleep in their cars for hours, go prowling desperately for the next station, or follow people who seem to know where gas is. Power outages have created a fuel crisis.
This rural town is inhabited by hundreds of migrant farmworkers, and it was among the hardest hit when Hurricane Irma blew through. Few whose homes were destroyed have any idea what comes next.
Hurricane Irma was one of the fiercest storms to ever emerge out of the Atlantic Ocean. So why didn't it kill more people when it slammed into Florida?
It would be hard to imagine an odder assortment of bedfellows than those gathered in this sturdy hotel in Naples, its chief advantage being its availability as a refuge against Irma.
It has been nearly a century since the Tampa Bay area was in the bull’s-eye of a major hurricane. That changed Sunday, when Hurricane Irma veered north.
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After blazing a path of destruction through the Caribbean, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida on Sunday, bringing chaos as it moved north through the nation’s third most populous state.
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Tropical Storm Irma has unleashed some of Jacksonville’s worst floods in 100 years, inundated parts of coastal Georgia and produced heavy storm surges in Charleston, S.C. Here's the latest: Irma has been downgraded to a tropical storm, but dangers linger for communities in its path The storm took a parting swipe at north Florida this morning before it started battering Georgia and South Carolina More than 155,000 people in Florida are still in shelters; more than 6 million Floridians lack power Irma has devastated several Caribbean islands What happens when the sea rises up during a hurricane?
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Royal Caribbean International, Carnival Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line are among the cruise lines that have started humanitarian aid in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma ripped roofs off houses, collapsed buildings and flooded hundreds of miles of coastline as it raked Cuba after cutting a trail of destruction across the Caribbean.
Relief efforts in the Caribbean islands hard hit by Irma this week continued Saturday even as Hurricane Jose, a Category 4 storm, dumped more rain on the beleaguered region.
Miami police have made a decision to force homeless people off the streets for their own safety as Hurricane Irma approaches.
Hurricane Irma's turn westward on its path to Florida left Naples vulnerable. With only one highway out of town, officials urged residents to head to emergency shelters.
Patience in short supply as desperation sets in among South Florida residents still in Hurricane Irma's path
Residents of South Florida who have chosen to remain and ride out Hurricane Irma are struggling to find supplies and keep their cool.
Hurricane Irma back to a Category 5 storm as it sweeps into Cuba and continues a path toward Florida
Hurricane Irma continued its deadly sweep through the Caribbean on Friday morning, as residents of Florida remain on razor edge waiting to find out when it will hit.
President Trump's Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Fla., was ordered to evacuate Friday as Hurricane Irma draws a bead on South Florida.
Hurricane Irma has Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld setting plans to close their parks as the storm passes through Central Florida
Passengers on cruise ships who were dropped off in Miami Wednesday and Thursday are rushing to leave as Hurricane Irma approaches
Some Miami residents stay put and brace for Hurricane Irma — including many who lack the money to flee
Residents of Miami Beach prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Irma. What do you do with a monkey?
As Hurricane Irma slammed through the tiny island nation of Barbuda, its prime minister described the damage: "Barbuda is basically uninhabitable," he said. "Barbuda now is literally a rubble."
On small, devastated Caribbean islands, "houses underwater, cars floating, people sitting in the dark."
The deadly and powerful Hurricane Irma has caused cruise lines to cancel trips, modify itineraries or cut short cruises. Here's what you need to know.
Howling winds and torrential rains pummel small islands, with larger and more populated ones in Hurricane Irma's path
As Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands brace for Hurricane Irma's wrath, it's been named as one of the most powerful storms recorded in the Atlantic. We break down what that means.
The Miami Dolphins' season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has been postponed until Nov. 19 because of Hurricane Irma.
Less than two weeks after Hurricane Harvey devastated parts of Texas and Louisiana, another “potentially catastrophic” storm was bearing down on the Caribbean and could threaten Florida.
The Miami Dolphins' season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not be played in Miami this week, but may be moved to a neutral site because of Hurricane Irma.
Hurricane Irma, a Category 3 storm that grew stronger Monday and was forecast to begin buffeting the region the following day.