Red Cross volunteer Joey Kraus says he’s done a lot in the past two weeks, such as working in donation warehouses to driving supply vans.
The new volunteers will go to Florida’s hardest-hit areas to give support to the people now trying to rebuild their lives.
County officials say staff and school buildings are still struggling with power outages, sewage backups and repairs.
The first 911 call from the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills didn’t sound ominous: A nursing home patient had an abnormal heartbeat.
“Unfathomable,” Gov. Rick Scott said of the nursing home deaths. “Inexcusable,” U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson added.
Donations of new, unopened diapers are being collected until Sept. 25 at the Cranston police headquarters, located at 5 Garfield Ave.
The Rhode Island Air National Guard has sent five more missions down to areas where Hurricane Irma caused severe damage.
Eyewitness News analyst Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio joins us in studio to discuss the National Guard’s response to Irma.
Gov. Rick Scott called on Florida emergency workers to immediately check on nursing homes and assisted living facilities to make sure the pa…
Organizers of the the “Hand in Hand” telethon said more than $44 million was raised and donations are still being accepted.
Police responded on the post and said, “We are dying with the comments. You’ve actually made our chief blush with some of them.”
A South Florida nun decided to forego divine intervention and picked up a chainsaw, instead.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do, but everybody’s going to come together,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott said.
Finding a flight home has been hard for many across the entire nation because of Hurricane Irma’s impact.
Despite the cleanup they’ll face when they arrive at home, the Garrs are grateful it wasn’t worse for them.
The Cutter Oak set sail from Newport Sunday and is now in Virginia preparing to sail further south to Florida, which was devastated by Hurri…
Congestion. Lane closures. Fender benders. Shuttered restaurants. Gas stations without fuel.
The number of people without electricity in the steamy late-summer heat dropped to 9.5 million — just under half of Florida’s population.
Portsmouth native Alan Pinchook works in construction and said he plans to spend the next few weeks helping people affected by the storm.
Preparation is the key, according to RISPCA Director Dr. E.J. Finocchio.
The Red Cross in Providence says dozens signed up to be volunteers after seeing the devastation in Texas.
Video recorded before and after Irma passed through shows the effect the storm had on Tampa Bay.
Police in Florida have arrested several people who were caught on TV cameras looting sneakers and other goods from a sporting goods store an…
As Florida and the Carribean deal with the impact of Irma, Southern New Englanders are gearing up to help.
Six deaths in Florida have been blamed on Irma, along with three in Georgia and one in South Carolina. At least 35 people were killed in the…