Lost Wedding Ring Found in Brush Pile After Hurricane Ian – NBC4 Washington

Lost Wedding Ring Found in Brush Pile After Hurricane Ian – NBC4 Washington

Ashley Garner had given up on ever seeing her wedding ring again. She lost it outside her Fort Myers home just days before Hurricane Ian crashed into the coast of southwest Florida last Wednesday. Despite enlisting her husband and three young children to help search around their yard and garage for two days, there was … Read more

The Countdown: NYC’s final salute to slain EMS lieutenant; Biden visits Florida

The Countdown: NYC’s final salute to slain EMS lieutenant; Biden visits Florida

NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — In this edition of ‘The Countdown,’ we begin with the final salute to FDNY EMS lieutenant Alison Russo-Elling who was brutally murdered in the line of duty. Family, friends, and colleagues said their final goodbyes on Wednesday. The 9/11 first responder, mother, and grandmother dedicated her life to helping others, … Read more

Biden to focus on hurricane victims in Florida, not politics

Biden to focus on hurricane victims in Florida, not politics

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is headed to hurricane-ravaged Florida on Wednesday with a pledge that federal, state and local governments will work as one to help rebuild homes, businesses and lives — putting politics on mute for now to focus on those in need. Hurricane Ian has resulted in at least 84 people … Read more

Looting in Florida after Hurricane Ian will get ‘progressively worse,’ cops warn

Looting in Florida after Hurricane Ian will get ‘progressively worse,’ cops warn

Parts of Florida have been left in chaos in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, and even while rescue operations are still ongoing with disaster crews on the ground, people have been looting. “It was very early and some of the looting was starting already, but it will get progressively worse, I think as people become … Read more

Homeowners Should File Insurance Claims for Hurricane Ian Now – NBC4 Washington

Homeowners Should File Insurance Claims for Hurricane Ian Now – NBC4 Washington

Florida residents whose homes were flooded by Hurricane Ian, and who have federal flood insurance, should file a claim now, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.  That also applies to those who evacuated and have not returned home. They should begin the process, even if they only suspect damage from flooding, FEMA says. They … Read more

Hurricane Ian death toll rises to at least 103

Hurricane Ian death toll rises to at least 103

More than 100 people have been reported dead in Florida and North Carolina five days after Hurricane Ian slammed into the west coast of Florida as a powerful Category 4 storm and then continued up the East Coast. Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno announced Monday that 54 deaths have now been confirmed in that county, … Read more

Four Florida alleged looters arrested in Lee County following Hurricane Ian

Four Florida alleged looters arrested in Lee County following Hurricane Ian

Four Floridians have been arrested and charged for allegedly looting in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian as hundreds of thousands of residents and business owners in the Sunshine State look to recover from the crippling storm. Omar Mejia Ortiz, 33, Valerie Celeste Salcedo Mena, 26, Brandon Mauricio Araya, 20, and Steve Eduardo Sanchez Araya, also … Read more

Art Industry News: A Vanity Fair Editor Is Penning an Unauthorized Biography of Larry Gagosian + Other Stories

Art Industry News: A Vanity Fair Editor Is Penning an Unauthorized Biography of Larry Gagosian + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Monday, October 3. NEED TO READ Biden Restarts Arts Committee Disbanded Under Trump – President Biden signed an executive order reestablishing the President’s Committee on the Arts … Read more

FEMA head said Hurricane Ian aid will go to ‘all communities’

FEMA head said Hurricane Ian aid will go to ‘all communities’

​The chief of the Federal Emergency Management Agency insisted Sunday that Hurricane Ian aid will be provided to “all communities” — dismissing Vice President Kamala Harris‘ earlier claim that the assistance should be “based on equity.” ​”​We’re going to support all communities. I committed that to the governor, I commit to you right here that … Read more

'It's pretty much gone': Ft. Myers residents return home – Washington Post

'It's pretty much gone': Ft. Myers residents return home – Washington Post

‘It’s pretty much gone’: Ft. Myers residents return home  Washington Post This Week in South Florida: Spencer Roach  WPLG Local 10 Minnesota Twins: Spring training base serves as emergency staging area  News-Press View Full Coverage on Google News