WEATHER BLOG: Heavy Winds Can Make For Hazardous TravelWinds like we are dealing with Sunday can make driving very difficult, especially for high-profile vehicles.
Trump On Puerto Rico: 'I Will Always Be With Them!'Trump tweeted Friday, "The wonderful people of Puerto Rico, with their unmatched spirit, know how bad things were before the H's. I will always be with them!"
Hurricane Nate Weakens To Tropical DepressionNate made its second US landfall near Biloxi, Mississippi, shortly after midnight local time Sunday as a Category 1 hurricane.
New Orleans Preparing For Tropical Storm NateThe storm has already dumped torrential rain in Central America, and now it has its sights set on the Gulf Coast.
'My Family Didn't Know If I Was Alive Or Dead': Man Stranded In Puerto Rico Trying To Get Back Home To PhillyAngel Medina chopped through wood for five days to get his jeep from the easternmost point of the island to San Juan.
NJ Beaches With Lifeguards Weekend Of September 23-24The first weekend of Fall is shaping up to feel more like summer.
How To Reach Family In Puerto Rico Looking for find family in Puerto Rico who are without power?
Summer Heat To Start Fall, While Jose Stills Churns Out To SeaIt will be a warm start to the Fall season as we look for temperatures at times this weekend to push up near 90 degrees!
Jose Weakens To Tropical Storm, Dangerous Surf Will Continue For Several DaysLarge swells from Jose are sending water over barriers and into streets.
Hurricane Jose Continues Path NorthHurricane Jose, a Category 1 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Scale, continues its trek to the north in the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
Stars Turn Out To Push For Donations For Hurricane ReliefUrged on by dozens of stars who turned out to sing, tell stories and plead for support for hurricane victims in a one-hour televised benefit, organizers said more than $44 million was raised Tuesday and donations are still being accepted.
Chainsaw-Wielding Nun Clears Debris From IrmaAcross the state of Florida, and up into Georgia and South Carolina, images of first responders have become a welcome sight amid the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.