A native Chicagoan is going above and beyond to help a community nearly wiped off the map by Hurricane Ian.
Hurricane Fiona caused catastrophic flooding, tore apart roads and bridges, and unleashed more than 100 landslides in Puerto Rico. Biden plans to also visit Florida on Wednesday.
The death toll from Hurricane Ian climbed over the weekend as fatalities in North Carolina, Florida, and Cuba brought the total to at least 65 people.
Three teens found an easy vehicle to steal when they discovered an unlocked Maserati with the keys inside in a driveway in northeast Pinellas County early Sunday morning, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
The pets will be given medical care, vaccinations, and microchips as needed. Once they are cleared, they will be ready for adoption.
Flights to Florida from Chicago are limited as many airports in the Sunshine State are operating for emergency workers or humanitarian purposes only.
Volunteers with PAWS Chicago is readying transport vehicles on Friday as they prepare to drive 21 hours to Naples, Florida to help shelters there make room for more rescued pets.
Orlando theme parks that temporarily shut their doors in the face of Hurricane Ian are beginning to reopen.
The National Hurricane Center placed Ian about 145 miles southeast of Charleston, South Carolina and forecast a “life-threatening storm surge” and hurricane conditions along the Carolina coastal area later Friday.
On Thursday, FOX 32 Chicago spoke over the phone with a Punta Gorda resident who decided to hunker down in his home.
It’s one of several barrier islands in southwest Florida that were hit hardest by Ian’s wrath.
At least 10 volunteers from the Illinois region are on their way to Florida to join the more than 900 volunteers already providing aid.
Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwestern Florida near Cayo Costa just after 3 p.m. ET, bringing catastrophic storm surge and winds to the state.
A Chicago family is thinking twice about moving to Florida.
Hundreds of Red Cross volunteers are already in Florida to help displaced residents, and hundreds more — including some from Illinois — will be on the way very soon.
Where’s Jim Cantore? It’s a popular question anytime bad weather is in the forecast. Turns out he’s dodging Hurricane Ian storm debris in Punta Gorda, Florida – with mixed results.
Travelers from Florida are filled with emotions and relieve to be out of the hurricane zone as they arrive at O'Hare.
Have you ever wondered why meteorologists say that the eastern side of the storm is the most dangerous? Or call it the "dirty side" of a hurricane?
If Hurricane Ian follows a track near the center of the forecast cone, it would be nearly a worst-case scenario for the Tampa Bay area because the powerful winds in Ian's eyewall would plow through the cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater.
Surveillance video shows the man walk into the Florida convenience store armed with a shotgun, and then he tells the clerk he's "from Chicago, bro." Here's what happened next: