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‘It was a really brutal, grueling experience’: A reporter describes what it was like on the ground at the height of Hurricane FlorenceR...

Our reporters describe what it was like covering Hurricane Florence from the ground in Jacksonville, North Carolina as the flood waters rose around them — after spending 10 hours embedded with a Marine unit.

‘It was a really brutal, grueling experience’: A reporter describes what it was like on the ground at the height of Hurricane FlorenceR...

Our reporters describe what it was like covering Hurricane Florence from the ground in Jacksonville, North Carolina as the flood waters rose around them — after spending 10 hours embedded with a Marine unit.

‘We just don’t want people to think this is over’: Florence continues ravaging the Carolinas as the death toll climbs, rivers overfl...

As Hurricane Florence tears through the Carolinas, the danger associated with heavy rainfall and storm surge flooding continue to rise. The storm has killed a reported 17 so far, and officials expect the death toll to rise.

Officials rescued 455 people from this small North Carolina town after Florence’s floodwaters stranded people in their homes

Residents were rescued from the coastal town of New Bern, North Carolina after massive flooding and damage from Hurricane Florence stranded hundreds. Officials said operations were functional because the storm had weakened, but warned rising flood waters meant the threat isn't over.
A composite image shows a gas station canopy being dismantled by high winds in Topsail Beach, North Carolina, and residents wading through flooded streets in New Bern, North Carolina.

Photos and videos show the flooding and devastation as Hurricane Florence hits the Carolinas

Almost 300,000 people in North Carolina and South Carolina have lost power, with power companies expecting millions more to do so.
WILMINGTON, NC - SEPTEMBER 14: Firefighters try to gain access to 3 people in a home that a large tree fell on after Hurricane Florence hit the area on September 14, 2018 in Wilmington, North Carolina. One man was taken out in critical condition, and the condition of two others is unknown.

Firefighters knelt and prayed outside a North Carolina home where a mother and her baby were killed as Hurricane Florence made landfall

Firefighters gathered to pray outside the North Carolina home where a mother and her baby were killed after a tree crashed through its roof during Hurricane Florence on Friday.
A house in New Bern, North Carolina, with flooding from Neuse River on September 13.

More than 1.2 million homes in North and South Carolina sit outside government-designated flood zones, and that could lead to vast uninsured losses du...

While some homeowners living in official floodplains are required to have flood insurance, others — including those who own the more than 1.2 million homes that sit outside the flood zone — are not, and that could lead to vast uninsured losses as Florence inundates the region.
People walk on a local street as water from Neuse River starts flooding houses upon Hurricane Florence coming ashore in New Bern, North Carolina, U.S., September 13, 2018

A North Carolina newsroom was evacuated while reporters were live on air covering Hurricane Florence

A local news station in New Bern was evacuated while reporters were live on air covering Hurricane Florence. The town — which was under evacuation orders — is contending with rising floodwaters from rainfall and storm surge.

A third of all US bank branches could feel tropical storm force winds from Hurricane Florence

As Hurricane Florence approaches the US mainland, more than 30,000 US bank branches could feel its tropical storm force winds.

A terrifying visualization shows how Hurricane Florence could cause up to 13 feet of storm surge in parts of the East Coast

Hurricane Florence has started to hit the North Carolina coast, and the National Hurricane Center predicts the hurricane will cause up to 13 feet of storm surge on the East Coast. A new augmented reality tool created by the NHC shows how devastating the storm surge could be.