Hurricane Ike News
Dangerous Weather on the Move Including Tornadoes, Blast of Winter and Unrelenting Floods
Midwest pummeled by winter weather as twisters rip up trees and neighborhoods with a never-ending flood emergency in the South.
Houston Flooding: At Least 5 Dead as Still More Rain Expected
Floodwaters that inundated Houston, bringing the city to a standstill, were blamed today for at least five deaths, and statewide the disaster claimed at least 12 lives, authorities said today. Houston Mayor Annalise Parker did not identify the fatalities, but said that two were found inside
Sandy's Scope and Obama's Reaction Set Storm Apart Historically
Hurricane Sandy blew the best laid plans of the campaigns to the wind this week, but her bad timing in an election year isn't what makes her unique. It's Sandy's scope -- and the candidates' reactions -- that set this storm apart from the rest. In the past 10 elections, 23 states received
5 Records Set By Sandy, And What They Mean
It's official, Sandy will go down in the record books as one of the worst storms to ever hit the East Coast. Here are a few records set by the super storm and what they actually mean: 1. The Biggest Challenge in the History of New York's Subway System The New York subway system has been around for
Shot in His Own Driveway
Part 1: Raul Rodriguez shot Kelly Danaher at Danaher's daughter's birthday party.
State Farm Faces Criminal Investigation Over Hurricane Claims
State Farm Insurance, the nation's largest home insurer, faces a new criminal investigation in Texas related to how it handled potentially tens of thousands of hurricane claims there, ABC News has learned exclusively. Gregg Cox, who leads the public integrity unit of the Travis County District
Mystery of Shipwreck Uncovered by Hurricane Isaac Solved
Hurricane Isaac has uncovered the remains of an old sailing ship on an Alabama beach, prompting questions about when the ship wrecked and where it came from. The remains of the large wooden ship have been seen before: The wreckage is normally covered by sand, but the beach erosion caused by big
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Hurricane Ike Destroys Home, Owner Faces Foreclosure on Nonexistent House
Bank of America Apologizes for Forced Homeowner's Insurance on Home Lost in Hurricane Ike
Sept. 13, 2008: Hurricane Ike
President Bush addresses Ike's impact along the Texas Gulf coast and Louisiana.