Lincoln firefighter Joesph Amaral traveled to Estero, Florida on Friday, just two days before Hurricane Irma was set to hit the sunshine sta…
Hurricane Irma is set to hit Florida. Watch live webcams as residents brace themselves for the storm.
The final flight departing from Florida was scheduled to land at T.F. Green at 9:15 p.m. Saturday, but that flight was one of many canceled …
Massachusetts native living on St. John speaks out about state of island after Hurricane Irma made landfall.
The wild isolation that made St. Barts, St. Martin, Anguilla and the Virgin Islands vacation paradises has turned them into cutoff, chaotic …
One woman’s anxiety rises with the number of hours she doesn’t hear from her family.
Eyewitness News analyst Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio joins us in studio to discuss how the state can become storm ready.
The head of the state’s emergency management agency said a major storm would trigger the mandatory evacuation of 21 Rhode Island communities…
Members of the Rhode Island National Guard will leave on a recovery mission to the Virgin Islands Friday afternoon.
Jose strengthened to a Category 4 hurricane on Friday with winds up to 150 mph.
Ang Cai won $100 to hunt’s Photo and Video.
The massive flight from the tropics continued Thursday, literally by way of flight.
Among those bracing for the storm are countless New England natives, including Kari Lyke who grew up in Portsmouth.
Thursday’s Pic of the Day shows the moonrise by Point Judith Light.
Over 300 flights from Tampa have already been cancelled.
The death toll has risen to at least 11 people.
With all eyes on Hurricanes in Texas and Florida, officials in Rhode Island want to make sure people are prepared for disaster.
For many people in the Houston area, the real takeaway from Harvey has not been misery, but kindness.
“It’s not what I expected when I moved down to south Florida, but I’m glad I’m here for now,” Finnely Arends said.
The Garr’s have high-impact windows at their home in Vero Beach that can withstand wind speeds up to 140 miles-per-hour. Irma has 185 mph wi…
Kathryn Greenfield submitted this photo of her son posing like a superhero.
A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 6 a.m. Thursday.
Florida rushed to prepare for a possible direct hit on the Miami area by the Category 5 storm with potentially catastrophic 185 mph winds.
Throughout South Florida, officials readied evacuation orders and people raided store shelves, buying up water and other hurricane supplies.
Tuesday’s Pic of the Day shows a rainbow at URI.