Puerto Rico: 1,427 More Deaths 'Than Normal' In The Wake Of HurricanesMost deaths took place not during Hurricane Maria, but after it, when emergency services were stretched and power outages and road blockages made it hard to get around.
Lobster Fishermen Fear Trade War Amid Irma RecoveryLobsters are among the seafood and other U.S. goods hit by Chinese tariffs in early July.
Florida Officers Punished For Drinking Beer During Hurricane IrmaSix officers admitted to violating a policy of drinking on the job. They received letters of reprimand and forfeited accrued time.
Google Reveals The 'Most Googled' Topics Of 2017Hurricane Irma, the category 5 storm which battered Florida and the Caribbean in September, was the "most Googled" search term in the U.S. and around the world this year.
PAWS Chicago Still Seeks Homes For Hurricane Rescue Animalsore Chicago-area homes are needed for abandoned pets from areas affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Lawyers, First Responders Host Benefit For Victims Of Hurricanes, EarthquakePuerto Rican lawyers and first responders are asking Chicagoans to turn out for a benefit on the Northwest Side on Thursday night for Puerto Rican hurricane and Mexican earthquake victims.
ComEd Crews Return From Helping Those Affected By IrmaChicago's ComEd crews have helped to restore power to two million people in the Daytona Beach area following Hurricane Irma.
Daddy Yankee Seeks Donations For Mexico and Puerto Rico at ConcertThe Puerto Rican artist is asking fans to contribute to the relief efforts for the destruction caused by hurricanes Maria and Irma and the earthquake that has killed over 270 people in central Mexico.
Puerto Rico Braces For Category 5 Hurricane MariaHurricane Irma, and now Maria, are dealing a brutal one-two punch to the island of Puerto Rico.
PAWS Chicago Rescues 34 Sick Kittens From Florida Shelters After Hurricane IrmaPAWS Chicago rescued 34 kittens from several Florida shelters impacted by Hurricane Irma.
8 Die At Florida Nursing Home In Irma's Sweltering AftermathEight patients at a sweltering nursing home died after Hurricane Irma knocked out the air conditioning, raising fears Wednesday about the safety of Florida's 4 million senior citizens amid power outages that could go on for days.
Woman Flees Irma, Has Her Car, Belongings Stolen In Chicago SuburbEvie Lafferty ended up with family in west suburban Oak Brook, an area she thought would be safe. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.