Rep. Gutierrez Heading To Puerto Rico To Survey Damage From MariaGutierrez has said the government response has been too slow so far to send federal aid to the island.
Florida Evacuees Anxiously Await Storm's End To Begin Assessing DamageThe Reda family evacuated to Frank Reda’s former home in Bridgeport, and weren’t planning to return to Miami anytime soon.
Civil Air Patrol Illinois Wing To Help Survey Damage From Hurricane HarveyCapt. Dave Hooper and two other men left from Lake in the Hills on Friday, and will stay in the Houston area for up to two weeks.
Itasca Still Cleaning Up From Powerful Weekend StormLandscapers said they were booked solid with cleanup jobs in Itasca until further notice.
Repairs To Begin At Flood-Damaged School In Round Lake ParkOne day after a visit from Gov. Bruce Rauner, repairs and cleanup begin at the flood-ravaged Murphy Elementary School in Round Lake Park.
Round Lake Schools Face Up To $6 Million In Repairs From Storms, FloodingThree Round Lake schools actually took in floodwater – Beach, Ellis, and Murphy elementary schools.
Fox River Cresting Nearly A Week After StormsResidents in Fox Lake have been hit hard by significant flooding after last week’s storms.
Fox Lake Residents Face Repairs, Cleanup As Flooding RecedesFlooding on Fox Lake and the Fox River began to recede over the weekend, but the water could take several days to go down to normal levels.
Gov. Rauner Delcares Disaster Status For Lake, McHenry And Kane CountiesGov. Bruce Rauner made a state disaster declaration for Lake, McHenry, and Kane counties, as a result of major flooding.
Storm-Chasing Scammers "Come Out Of The Woodwork" To Prey On Flood Victims“They take advantage of the consumers who are in dire need of getting their houses fixed,” Better Business Bureau CEO Steve Bernas said.
Evanston Cleaning Up Major Storm Damage After Apparent MicroburstThe storm lasted only about 30 minutes, but toppled dozens of trees, uprooting portions of a sidewalk and damaging a playground.
CTA Trains Running Normally Again After Storm Damage Delays Blue, Red, Brown LinesNormal service on the CTA’s Blue, Red, and Brown lines has resumed Monday morning, hours after trains were temporarily suspended due to storm damage, including a canopy that fell onto the tracks.