Hurricane Ian: How to apply for flood insurance
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is urging residents affected by Hurricane Ian to begin the process of filing a claim even if they haven't returned home.
Hurricane Ian: 500K Floridians still out of power
Just under 600,000 homes and businesses throughout Florida were without power as of midday Monday as restoration crews worked around the clock to help recovery efforts after Hurricane Ian.
Federal program offers cash to cover COVID-19 funeral costs
When Wanda Olson’s son-in-law died in March after contracting COVID-19, she and her daughter had to grapple with more than just their sudden grief. They had to come up with money for a cremation. She and her daughter then learned of a federal program that reimburses families up to $9,000 for funeral costs for loved ones who died of COVID-19.
Mayfield candle factory owner speaks out about FEMA rescue mission for workers after building collapse
Troy Propes, CEO of Kentucky factory Mayfield Consumer Products speaks about the unfolding tragedy on 'Sunday Night in America.'
Lake Charles business owner pleads for help for her community devastated by Hurricane Laura
People don't realize how bad things are here, says Victoria Huber, owner of Vows By Victoria.
Hurricane Maria aftermath: Puerto Rico faces months without power
Hurricane Maria slams into Puerto Rico leaving the entire U.S. territory without power.