Hurricane Florence is still wearing out the Carolinas, where residents have endured an agonizing week of violent winds, torrential rain, widespread flooding, power outages and death.
Food and water handouts are beginning in the North Carolina city of Wilmington, which is still mostly cut off by floodwaters from Hurricane Florence.
A Maryland man is accused of stealing hurricane victim's identities as part what the Secret Service describes as an $8 million effort to scam a Federal Emergency Management Agency program.
About 1.7 million chickens have been killed in flooding from Florence as rising North Carolina rivers swamped at least 60 farm buildings where the animals were being raised for market, according to a major poultry producer.
The team is in Fayetteville and before that they were helping in Greenville, North Carolina to help repair power outages caused by Florence.
Catastrophic flooding from Florence spreads across the Carolinas with one city virtually cut off by the deluge and the vast storm system now over several states.
As of Monday morning, nine evacuees from North Carolina are staying at the local Red Cross shelter at the Brainerd Youth and Family Development Center.
A rescue team flew over Lenoir County in a search-and-rescue mission as floodwaters continued to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.
The National Hurricane Center says that "catastrophic" freshwater flooding is expected over portions of the Carolinas as Hurricane Florence inches closer to the U.S. East Coast.
Time nearly up to get out of the way of Hurricane Florence, a monster of a storm that has a region of more than 10 million people in its sights.
Georgia is now under a state of emergency after Governor Nathan Deal issued an emergency declaration for all 159 counties ahead of Hurricane Florence.
Some of the Southerners escaping Hurricane Florence have found refuge in makeshift shelters, including campgrounds at three of the nation's largest motor speedways.
Local churches are setting up pop-up shelters for evacuees and one of Erlanger's Life Force teams is ready to take off when needed.
Apps such as "What's App" and "Twitter" can be good for communicating with loved ones, but there's a walkie-talkie app called Zello that's a better solution during emergency situations.
Residents of North Carolina and South Carolina counties under evacuation orders may claim tickets for themselves and their immediate families beginning at 8:30 a.m. ET on Saturday, Sept. 15.
"You’re damned if you do and you’re damned if you don’t," said a researcher who found evacuating increases the likelihood of death 90 days after a storm.
Federal officials said about 1.7 million people in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia have been warned to evacuate ahead of the hurricane.