At least 30 people were confirmed dead Saturday as rescuers continue to search for survivors among the ruins of Florida's flooded homes from Hurricane Ian.
As Florida tries to recover from devastating flooding and damage after Hurricane Ian, Governor Ron DeSantis is issuing a warning to those looking to take advantage of the situation by looting homes.
On the first day of October, it will feel like fall in Central Florida thanks to a dry, north wind being pulled around by Ian's remnants.
Nearly two dozen deaths had been reported across the state, three of which have been confirmed in Central Florida, officials said.
Hurricane Ian causes devastating damage and flooding across Central Florida after making landfall in the state as a Category 4 storm on Wednesday.
Publix stores in Florida closed on Wednesday at noon due to Hurricane Ian and many stores remained closed Thursday as the storm passed through the state.
A South Atlantic avenue Daytona Beach plaza was nearly torn to shreds after Hurricane Ian ripped through the coastal city Thursday morning. Gov. Ron DeSantis will give an update at 8:45 a.m. Friday on recovery efforts in Florida. You can watch in the live player above.
A Central Florida mother said she was dealing with "her own mental hurricane" when she and her family drove to a Melbourne hospital through Hurricane Ian's gusty winds and heavy rain to safely deliver their baby girl Wednesday – the same day the category 4 storm made landfall in Florida.
Staff and rescuers lined up the residents at The Bridge Assisted Living, then brought them out to boats with Orange County Fire, or to trucks with the Army National Guard.
After leaving a trail of damage and devastation across Florida and downgrading to a tropical storm, Ian re-strengthened and became Hurricane Ian, a category 1 storm, Thursday afternoon, taking aim at the Carolinas and Georgia with life-threatening flooding, storm surge, and winds.
Hurricane Ian left many areas of Florida underwater after making landfall on Wednesday afternoon.
T-Mobile customers in areas of Florida and Georgia who are impacted by Hurricane Ian and are not already on unlimited plans will not pay overage charges, the company said in a news release Thursday morning.
Flooding from Hurricane Ian didn't stop one Florida man from getting where he needed to be.
Firefighters in Naples waded through deep floodwater Wednesday to rescue a woman trapped in her car as Hurricane Ian pounded Florida’s west coast.
Hurricane Ian was downgraded to a tropical storm early Thursday morning. Central Florida was met with hours of torrential rain and powerful winds leading to downed trees, power outages, and flooded streets and homes.
Hurricane Ian is now a powerful Category 3 hurricane as the system makes its way toward Florida.
An evacuation order was issued for non-mission-essential individuals at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. Meanwhile, U.S. 4th Fleet ships are departing from Mayport Naval Air Station in Jacksonville.
Officials of schools, colleges and universities in Florida and the Orlando metro area are beginning to announce their plans for the week ahead of Hurricane Ian's potential impacts on the state.
As Floridians prepare for Hurricane Ian's impact, there is one go-to "safety" measure many people do: taping their windows. However, experts say it's a bad, and potentially dangerous, idea.
Floridians are keeping a close eye on Tropical Storm Ian as it is expected to rapidly intensify into a hurricane on Sunday as the system heads for Florida, according to the National Hurricane Center.