Hurricane Michael

The deadly Hurricane Michael upended residents' lives, but they're not blaming the president for the long delay in federal aid.
The president told supporters at his rally that Puerto Rico received more hurricane disaster relief than states like Florida.
"When you don’t have a home, you have no sense of safety, no sense of belonging, no security."
The storms created a toxic soup that may have overwhelmed nearly 650,000 wells in the Southeast.
“We need to do a better of job of making sure that the safety net reaches everybody that’s been impacted."
Electric, water and sewer service is still lacking in some areas more than two weeks after the hurricane passed through.
Most Americans don't have enough money in the bank to afford even a minor emergency.
The storm plowed into the state's panhandle more than a week ago.
Thousands of Floridians are living in primitive conditions without water and power.
Most of those missing are from Panama City and many are elderly, disabled, impoverished, or live alone, officials said.
The FCC head called the failure of wireless carriers to restore service "completely unacceptable."
More than 200,000 people remained without power in the U.S. Southeast.
The recovery process is expected to be challenging for thousands of Floridians, many of whom were already struggling with hardships before the storm.
Tempers are flaring in the Florida Panhandle, where power could be out for weeks.
ABC meteorologist Rob Marciano played a critical role in getting the young cats to safety.
We take media coverage of natural disasters for granted ― until reporters don’t show up.
Blocks and blocks of homes were reduced to splintered lumber or mere concrete slabs.
Florida cities continue to rebuild after Hurricane Michael’s destruction.
“So many lives have been changed forever. So many families have lost everything,” said Florida Gov. Rick Scott.