Following disasters like Hurricane Harvey, Maria and Irma, millions of people are still in need of help.
An organizational community meeting to bring everyone together is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday.
WKBN First News looked into how 2017’s hurricane season measures up to other years.
Hundreds of people from the area chipped in to help fill the truck, bringing things like water, bleach, and canned food.
WKBN 27 First News is sponsoring this year’s race.
Though the Floridians originally from the Youngstown area escaped the brunt of the storm, they say it’ll take a while to bounce back.
People in the Mahoning Valley are volunteering their time and money to help hurricane victims in Texas and Florida.
Several local volunteers are in Texas and Florida, helping hurricane victims.
The water had reached the kid’s car seats in the submerged vehicle.
It seems the atmospheric pressure from Hurricane Irma created some circumstances that are impossible to stop.
Lauren Durham got married just hours before she would rush into a hurricane to try to save her fellow Floridians.
Marco Roarty says the vicious weather has trapped him, his brother and parents near St. Petersburg.
A utility that services much of south Florida says more than 845,000 of those customers are in Miami-Dade County.
Videos posted to social media appear to show no water in the ocean on Long Island in the Bahamas.
Red Cross shelter coordinator Steve Bayer said most people at shelters are grateful and happy.
Melika Garcia’s two daughters went on their dream vacation to a Caribbean island, only to get caught in the path of two hurricanes.
Fred Anderson says if emergency vehicles for first responders or electric company trucks get stuck, he’ll be there to help.
WKBN talked to two Youngstown families who hail from Puerto Rico and have family still living on the island.
After using metal sheets to cover his windows from Irma, Don Corbett drove from Florida to Tennessee.
Here are current radar updates and Irma’s projected path.
As Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, Valley natives living there prepare to evacuate.
The warmer Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico have had four hurricanes with the same speed in recorded history.