North Carolina's official death toll from Hurricane Florence is now 41, after a man whose home was damaged by two hurricanes in the past three years took his own life. FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
The death toll from Hurricane Florence has risen to 51, officials said on Tuesday, more than two weeks after it made landfall in North Carolina as a Category 1 storm and brought devastating floods to.. Reuters - Published Also reported by •SeekingAlpha
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says the state has 26 confirmed deaths caused by Hurricane Florence. In a news conference on Tuesday, he warned that "sunshine doesn't necessarily mean safety". Rough..
The death toll from Florence rose Monday to at least 24, and the governor of North Carolina warns the danger is not over. Floodwaters continue to rise in areas like Fayetteville. CBS News correspondent..
According to the Huffington Post, Hurricane Florence has a death toll of 14. Additionally, around 740,000 homes and businesses have no power in the Carolinas. Forecasters report that rivers continue to..
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The number of deaths in North Carolina from Hurricane Florence has risen by two, bringing the state’s total to 39. Gov. Roy Cooper’s office announced in a statement Tuesday.. Seattle Times - Published
Here are the top stories for Thursday, September 20th: A Rite Aid employee opens fire at work; Judge Brett Kavanaugh's accuser may testify; Hurricane Florence's death toll rises; A man is charged with.. USATODAY.com - Published
U.S. President Donald Trump warned South Carolina on Wednesday "water is coming your way" in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, as the death toll from the massive storm rose to at least 36 after two.. Reuters - Published
WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) - The death toll from Hurricane Florence climbed to at least 37, including two women who drowned when a sheriff's van taking them to a mental health facility was swept away by.. philly.com - Published
The death toll from Florence rose Monday to at least 24, and the governor of North Carolina warns the danger is not over. Floodwaters continue to rise in areas like Fayetteville. CBS News correspondent.. CBS News - Published
A 3-month-old in North Carolina became the latest fatality from Hurricane Florence after a pine tree crashed into a mobile home on Sunday, pushing the death toll to 17, officials said. FOXNews.com - Published
Rivers are swelling toward record levels, forecasters now warn, and thousands of people have been ordered to evacuate for fear that the next few days could bring the most destructive round of flooding.. NJ.com - Published