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Saturday marks ten years since Hurricane Katrina struck the gulf coast.
Saturday was a day to remember what “all the other people” went through.
Authorities in Dominica had said at least four people were killed and about 20 were missing after Erika drenched the land.
The storm continues to look like a disorganized area of thunderstorms in the Caribbean, but it will cause a lot of problems the next few day…
Ten years ago, all most people could do was sit and stare as Hurricane Katrina attacked the Gulf Coast.
This week’s winning Pic of the Day came from Eddy Bernardo. He won with this picture of Providence WaterFire.
Branches were still hanging from trees Thursday – and the cleanup is costing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Connie Salpietro won Thursday’s Pic of the Day with this picture of the sunset by Sandy Beach.
Eyewitness News analyst Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio discusses the plans being made for hurricane season.
As the storm dubbed Erica churns toward the U.S., Rhode Island emergency responders are meeting to get ready for the storm season.
Michael Lecht won Wednesday’s Pic of the Day with this picture of the capital city by the river.
Eddy Bernardo won Tuesday’s Pic of the Day with this picture of Providence WaterFire.