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First Hurricane Michael hammered the Panhandle. Now survivors fear fires, floods.

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Meet Rodney Andreasen, Jackson County emergency management director and one of the many victims who still suffers from the consequences Hurricane Michael has had on Florida’s northwest. Due to the wreckage and debris left behind after the hurricane, Panhandle has suffered from other natural disasters such as flooding, wildfires and even the fear of their… Read More »

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Study Affirms Callahan Prime For Flooding

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On May 21, 2019, more than 30 residents of Nassau County attended a meeting to look at area and floods maps as well as review a study that predicts that areas in and around Callahan are vulnerable for flooding even in the event of a category one hurricane. The Nassau County record covered the… Read More »

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Panama City, Mexico Beach struggle to recover from Hurricane Michael

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One year after Hurricane Michael and in the eve of the 2019 hurricane season, cities of Panhandle still struggle to recover from last year’s season consequences. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported on the destruction on Panama City and the hardships that still persist for its residents. The newspaper reported that, Bay County Commissioner Philip “Griff”… Read More »

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‘Water is what’s killing people:’ Hurricanes could drench Florida in catastrophic flooding

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After flooding caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Florence, experts fear this year’s hurricane season could have the same catastrophic consequences in Florida. During this year’s Governor’s Hurricane Conference, Ken Graham, National Hurricane Center Director, pointed out the statistics surrounding the dangers of flooding caused by hurricanes. He also spoke about how these are influenced… Read More »

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FEMA Sending Almost $120 Million to Miami-Dade for Hurricane Irma Debris Removal

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According to the Florida Daily, U.S. Rep Debbie Mucarsel-Powell announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was sending $119,063,620 to Miami-Dade County to help remove debris left behind from Hurricane Irma. The congresswomen and representative of the district specified different areas where the funding was necessary, like the Florida Keys Electric Cooperative and… Read More »

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Hurricane officials warn Floridians to prepare in advance of the upcoming storm season

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Palm Beach County Emergency Management Director, Bill Johnson, spoke during the Governor’s Hurricane Conference about the necessary precautions Floridians have to take for this year’s hurricane season. Johnson addressed the lack of preparedness of Florida residents, something that was apparent after last year’s season. “Recent studies also show that as many as 74 percent… Read More »

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5 tips to help protect your home, belongings during flood

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One of the biggest concerns and hazards during hurricane season is flooding caused by the amount of rain that occurs during such a short period of time. Because of this, News 6 Orlando has come up with 5 measures that homeowners can take to protect their homes from flooding this year: Check to see… Read More »


Hurricane Michael Victims left out of President’s National Emergency Declaration which diverts $3.6 billion from military construction accounts

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The need is there for Hurricane Michael victims, but the four months after the storm hit, still no federal funding has been included in congressional bills or President Trump’s Emergency Declaration nor has it been a part of the Compromise Funding bill known as the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2019. As of Feb. 15,… Read More »


Preparing for an Active Hurricane Season

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The 2017 hurricane season is officially under way, and forecasters predict that warm ocean temperatures this summer will produce more storm activity than usual. That’s important news for Floridians, who live in a hurricane-prone state and who should ensure that their insurance policies cover hurricane-related damage (including flooding). The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration… Read More »

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