Dead Fish Found On North Carolina Highways In Hurricane Florence AftermathFlooding pushed the fish from their natural habitat and stranded them on the interstate.
Atlantic City-Based Coast Guard Member Saves 2 People, Several Dogs From Flooded NC Home Following FlorenceThe video shows Fitzpatrick helping load the man and woman, along with several dogs, into the basket to airlift them to safety.
Philadelphia Man Helping In Animal Rescue Efforts In North Carolina A local man is helping rescue animals in North Carolina after Hurricane Florence ravaged the Carolinas.
Delaware Firefighters Return After Week-long Assignment In Storm-Ravaged Carolinas A team of firefighters returns to Delaware after a week-long assignment in the storm-ravaged Carolinas.
Michael Jordan Donates $2 Million For Florence Relief And Recovery AidJordan is donating $1 million each to the American Red Cross and Foundation For The Carolinas' Hurricane Florence Response Fund.
1.7 Million Chickens Drown In Flooding From FlorenceRoughly 1.7 million chickens were killed when Hurricane Florence swept through the Carolinas.
Brandywine Valley SPCA To Open Rescue Center For Hurricane Florence Shelter AnimalsThe Brandywine Valley SPCA says more than a 100 adoptable dogs and cats are being picked up from a flooded shelter in Fayetteville, North Carolina. 
Black Hawk Departs New Jersey To Assist In Hurricane Florence Rescue EffortThe National Guard's main focus will be to help rescue trapped residents and move supplies.
Chicago 4-Year-Old Named Florence Called To Help Hurricane Florence VictimsFlorence Wizniewski has been hearing 'Florence' over and over for the past week or so due to Hurricane Florence
14 Delaware Firefighters Aiding In Hurricane Relief In North CarolinaFourteen firefighters in total from Sussex County, Delaware make up two task forces helping with hurricane relief in North Carolina.
Dozens Of Pets Evacuated Before Hurricane Florence Find New HomesWith a million people under evacuation orders before Florence hit, dozens of dogs and cats were either left at shelters or let behind.