Homeowner Lori Tarver says she's lived on her Apopka property for almost 20 years and has never seen flooding on her lawn like this year.
Two women whose homes were damaged in Hurricane Ian are thankful to be alive and for the community's support. But, picking up the pieces and rebuilding is a slow process. They share their stories with FOX 35.
Margaret Vazquez-Patterson has lived in Port Orange for 25 years, but now it's a shell of what it used to be after flooding from Hurricane Ian. She recalls banging on the window as flood waters rose to get the attention of a sheriff's deputy, who helped her.
Flooding concerns continue to rise among some Central Florida residents as they worry about rising flood waters around their homes
Cars were wrecked and homes destroyed from floodwaters left by Hurricane Ian. Weeks later, Sanford residents are struggling to recover and they said the city needs to do more to improve drainage.
Some residents are seeing their home insurance rates increase as high as 114% due to inflation and hurricane damage
Following Hurricane Ian, the threat of flesh eating bacteria has risen dramatically in Florida
A New Smyrna Beach nurse helped save the life of a lineman who was shocked while restoring power after Hurricane Ian
As Seminole County dumps pick up storm debris, here's a look at where it ends up
Seminole, Orange, Brevard, and Flagler to start aerial spraying for mosquitos after Hurricane Ian left pools of standing water across the state
Hurricane Ian left many cars across Florida with water damage, here's what to do if you've experienced this
Families in Volusia County are growing anxious as they await trash and debris pick-up after having to throw their belongings out after Hurricane Ian passed through the state.
FEMA urging Florida residents affected by Hurricane Ian to keep appealing if denied after a 76-year-old woman who is disabled told FOX 35 News her story of struggling to find assistance
Data from the Medical Examiners Commission also shows that most people who died in the Category 4 hurricane were 70 or older.
Residents staying in Central Florida shelters are worried as more and more shelters close, while hotels remain fully booked. Many are asking themselves "What's next"?
Residents waited in line to get help from local and state residencies after Hurricane Ian left many homeless
Volunteers helped to clean up the Orlo Vista neighborhood after residents lost everything they own
Residents at Cypress Landing Apartments in Orlando are demanding more help from FEMA after some have lost all of their belongings, including their homes
Hurricane Ian made landfall Wednesday in Florida as a catastrophic Category 4 storm with 150-mph winds.
Daytona Beach is preparing for its 30th year of Biketoberfest as the city cleans up the mess left behind Hurricane Ian