Though Hurricane Sandy has yet to officially make landfall on the East Coast, the U.S. stock market is already feeling the impact. The U.S. Stock and Options Exchange is closed on Monday and Tuesday.
Hurricane Sandy is continuing to churn slowly toward the New England coastline. It is expected to slam into the U.S. on Monday night.
President Obama has now cancelled a pair of planned campaign appearances in Florida and Wisconsin in order to return to Washington to oversee the federal government’s response to Hurricane Sandy.
North Texas energy provider Oncor sent work crews to the east coast on Monday morning to help restore power to areas about to be slammed by Hurricane Sandy, when the storm makes landfall on Monday night.
Hurricane Sandy hasn’t made landfall yet but the storm is already having an impact on travelers.
As the eastern seaboard prepares for landfall of Hurricane Sandy, many people in North Texas are making preparations to help out.
A group of Dallas high school students are having to make the best of an extended trip, all because of Hurricane Sandy.
Hurricane Sandy is a massive storm with tropical force winds spreading out almost 1,000 miles from end to end. It is now the second largest Atlantic hurricane on record.
CBS 11′s Jack Fink is in New Jersey to help our sister station WCBS-TV and CBSNewYork.com with coverage of Hurricane Sandy.
Some U.S. airlines are giving travelers a way out if they want to scrap their plans due to a massive storm expected to hit the East Coast.