Stork Finds Refuge From Hurricane Matthew In Zoo BathroomHumans aren't the only ones hunkering down as Hurricane Matthew batters Florida. A stork has apparently found refuge in a zoo bathroom.
Matthew Hammers Florida, Begins Dayslong Beating Of CoastHurricane Matthew's howling wind and driving rain pummeled Florida early Friday, starting what's expected to be a ruinous, dayslong battering of the Southeast coast.
Candidates Watch For Matthew's Impact On FloridaDonald Trump and Hillary Clinton are steering clear of battleground state Florida, where Hurricane Matthew threatened to wreak havoc on the final stretch of presidential campaigning.
Military Aircraft Arrive In North Texas From East CoastThey are coming from Florida and the Carolina’s seeking a safe haven from the wrath of Hurricane Matthew.
North Texans In Florida Scrambling To Avoid MatthewThe rush to get out of Hurricane Matthew’s way is being felt in North Texas with a mixture of relief and disappointment.
Matthew May Return To Florida In 'Funky Loop' DanceIn what might eventually be more a psychological blow than a meteorological one, there's a decent chance that Hurricane Matthew could loop back full circle for a second, unwelcome visit to South Florida next week, meteorologists says.
Hurricane Forces Airlines To Cancel Florida FlightsAirlines are canceling hundreds of flights as Hurricane Matthew sweeps along the Florida coast. The Fort Lauderdale airport shut down on Thursday morning, and the Orlando airport expected to do the same by nighttime.
ONCOR Sending Crews To East Coast To Help With Hurricane RecoveryAs the East coast prepares for the possible devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew, they'll soon be getting some help from North Texas.
Texas Electrical Workers Headed To Florida, Preparing For Hurricane RecoveryNorth Texas electric workers are making the long drive to Florida to help with outages that are expected when Hurricane Matthew makes landfall.
Officials Worried About Complacency As Hurricane Matthew Nears FloridaHurricane Matthew's march toward South Florida has government officials worried that 11 years of storm avoidance has left many residents complacent and not taking their warnings to make preparations seriously.