September 1, 2021
Hurricane Ida Leaves Some Residents With Nowhere To Turn
Days after the storm, displaced residents are now frustrated with what they say is a lack of help.
First tropical storm forms as hurricane season gets underway
The National Hurricane Center said the tropical storm should begin to weaken by Saturday and dissipate over the weekend.
Paradise in the dark: Where Americans endure continuous power outages
Scripps National Correspondent Amber Strong looks into climate change's impact on the Caribbean islands and the race to find a solution.
Forecasters working to reduce unnecessary hurricane evacuations
Atlantic hurricane season begins Thursday with more people than ever living in hurricane-prone Florida.
Florida woman's car catches fire with kids inside while she shoplifts
The 24-year-old mom shoplifted for about an hour, then dropped the stolen items when she saw her car engulfed in flames upon exiting the store.
Tennessee federal judge rules 'drag ban' is unconstitutional
The ruling was determined based on the First Amendment and freedom of speech.
Kroger paid employee bonuses in March, asked for money back in April
"It feels like a slap in the face," said a Kroger employee.