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Hurricane Katrina in Black and White

Excerpt of an article from WXXV25: A decade after Hurricane Katrina, one photographer is showing the pictures she took right after the disaster at Hancock County libraries. Continue reading

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Don’t Let Quiet Hurricane Season Fool You

Excerpt of an article from KTRH: So far, hurricane season has been quiet on the Gulf Coast; but we’re just about to enter the most dangerous months, and it may not stay that way. Continue reading

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Poll: Most Floridians Don’t Fear a Hurricane Hit This Year

Excerpt of an article from the SunSentinel: Coconut Creek residents won’t see an increase in their property taxes next year, according to the rate tentatively set last week. Continue reading

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Hurricane Forecasters Watching Tropical Wave in Atlantic

Excerpt of an article from the Palm Beach Post: The National Hurricane Center is tracking a tropical wave that has developed a couple hundred miles southeast of the Cape Verde Islands. Continue reading

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1,000 Days After Hurricane Sandy

Excerpt of an article from the Long Beach Patch: A message from Long Beach City Council President Len Torres: Last Saturday, July 25 marked exactly 1,000 days since Superstorm Sandy struck our barrier island. And together, we have all been through so much. Continue reading

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What’s Killing Atlantic Hurricanes This Year?

Excerpt of an article from the Palm Beach Post: Plumes of Saharan dust wafting off the west coast of Africa this summer have been some of the strongest in a decade, sending a dry, sandy blast through a prime birthplace for tropical cyclones. Continue reading

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Governor Stresses Hurricane Preparedness

Excerpt of an article from CapeCod.com: Even though the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted a below average hurricane season, Governor Charlie Baker is stressing the importance of being prepared. Continue reading

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Latest Victim of Hurricane Sandy? Historic Delaware Bridge

Excerpt of an article from News Works: Nearly three years after being damaged by Hurricane Sandy, the Rocky Run Bridge in Brandywine Creek State Park will be torn down. Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Ana Jumpstarts Hurricane Season

Excerpt of an article from CBS San Francisco: Three Bay Area cities saw record high temperatures Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Continue reading

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St. Bernard Parish Rebuilds Itself from Utter Devastation After Hurricane Katrina

Excerpt of an article from the New Orleans Advocate: Hurricane Katrina left St. Bernard Parish a ruin. Nowhere else did the monster storm leave so few seeds of hope, so little foundation to build on. Continue reading

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