After The Storm
Mickey Daniels buys and sells crab part-time at his family's dock in Wanchese, but it wasn't always this way. For more than half a century, the Daniels family had Daniels Crab House.
More than a dozen people in Moore County returned to their homes Monday to check out damage from weekend flooding caused by Tropical Storm Andrea.
Four women who had to be rescued when they steered their work van into rising flood waters in Raleigh last week said a split-second decision left them soaking and submerged.
Busy roads were closed and at least half a dozen homes were evacuated Saturday after Tropical Storm Andrea's heavy rains lead to significant flooding in parts of Moore County.
When a severe thunderstorm or hurricane knocks out your power, a portable generator can help keep the essentials running. But if used improperly, it can also be dangerous.
Most hurricane deaths and injuries occur after the storm, when people head out onto flooded roads to check out the damage.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Flood Insurance Program offered these tips on what to do after a flood.
Beware fly-by-night charities and home repair services in the wake of a natural diaster.
The North Carolina Department of Insurance gives advice on how to avoid potential fraud and to handle insurance after a storm strikes.
The danger does not pass when a hurricane moves away from North Carolina. If the power is out, portable generators can help, but they must be used with caution.
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