Latest Hurricane Hanna Stories
In 2008, residents of Hispaniola experienced one of their worst hurricane seasons in recent memory.
The Associated Press RALEIGH Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Hanna appear to have helped some central and southern North Carolina counties struggling with water shortages and drought, according to a federal drought map released Thursday.
The U.S. Army has ordered a clampdown on water consumption at Fort Bragg in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Hanna's march through North Carolina.
By Jonathan M. Katz Associated Press GONAIVES, Haiti -- Cemetery workers trudge through the water with a wooden cart, fetching dozens of bloated corpses from the muck and carting them off for burial.
By KRISTIN DAVIS By Kristin Davis and Catherine Kozak The Virginian-Pilot Tropical Storm Hanna dumped some needed rain on the two fires that have smoldered in the region for months, but officials are not ready to say the fires are out just yet.
By CATHERINE KOZAK, JEFF HAMPTON, KRISTIN DAVIS AND LAUREN KING By Catherine Kozak, Jeff Hampton, Kristin Davis and Lauren King The Virginian-Pilot Tropical Storm Hanna paid a quick visit to the Outer Banks and checked out before noon Saturday, leaving a stiff breeze and rough surf behind.
The Associated Press KEY WEST, Fla. The "extremely dangerous" Hurricane Ike grew to fierce Category 4 strength Saturday as it roared on an uncertain path that forced millions from the Caribbean to Florida and Louisiana to Mexico to wonder where it would eventually come ashore.
RICHMOND, Va., Sept. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Dominion Virginia Power crews worked through the night to restore electric service to all but 2,000 of the 200,000 customers affected by tropical storm Hanna.
By Ben Fox Associated Press PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos -- Hurricane Ike lashed homes with howling winds Saturday as it neared this low-lying island chain as an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm, prompting thousands of people to evacuate or scramble for shelter.
By Jeffrey Collins and Mike Baker Associated Press MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.
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