Hurricane Michael Live Updates: Much of Florida Panhandle Is Left in Ruins

New York Times PANAMA CITY, Fla. — A vast search-and-rescue operation was underway on Thursday after Hurricane Michael cut a brutal path through the Florida Panhandle, leaving communities in its wake to confront splintered homes, twisted metal and flooding that ...
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Hurricane Michael made landfall Wednesday about 20 miles southeast of here with historic, 155-mph sustained winds, violent waves and sideways rain. Seven people were reported killed from the storm: five in Florida, one in Georgia and one in North ...

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Hurricane Michael weakened to tropical storm Thursday but remained a menace as it rolled across the Southeast, leaving two dead after tearing a path of devastation through the Florida Panhandle and parts of Georgia. The storm was the third strongest to ...

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Michael updates: Violent storm claims second life, a child in mobile home, on ...

The remnants of Hurricane Michael continued to batter the Southeast, pummeling states with powerful rain, wind and flooding, even after being downgraded to a tropical storm. Michael made landfall in the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday as a “potentially ...

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Hurricane Michael weakened to a Category 1 storm late Wednesday as it moved across south-central Georgia with maximum sustained winds of about 75 mph. Hours earlier, it made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane near Mexico Beach, Florida.

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'Monstrous' Hurricane Michael plows into Florida

President Donald Trump (L) discusses the potential impact of Hurricane Michael with Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen (C) and FEMA Administrator Brock Long (R) in the Oval Office of the White House on Oct. 10, 2018 in Washington, DC.

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