• In Hurricane Florence Aftermath, The Luxury Of A Hot Meal

    1 month ago - By NPR

    New Bern, N.C., is dealing with flooding and clean-up from Hurricane Florence. Many homes and businesses have no power, but one business is open: a favorite local restaurant, and people are flocking in.
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  • 'We just don't want people to think this is over': North Carolina's governor gives a stark warning as Hurricane Florence continues ravaging the state

    'We just don't want people to think this is over': North Carolina's governor gives a stark warning as Hurricane Florence continues ravaging the state

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Hurricane Florence is tearing through the Carolinas with disastrous flooding and record-setting rainfall.
    "We just don't want people to think this is over because it's not. It's not anywhere," North Carolina governor Roy Cooper said on Saturday.
    The storm has killed five so far, and officials expect the death toll to rise.
    Hurricane Florence , now a tropical storm, is tearing through the Carolinas with heavy rainfall and 50 mph wind.
    North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper warned in a briefing Saturday morning that more people in the state are in danger now than when Florence made landfall...
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