Sen. Iris Martinez Among Those Rescued From St. Martin After IrmaSeveral people from the Chicago area were on the island of St. Martin during Hurricane Irma -- and lived to tell their tale.
Northwest Illinois Storm Chaser In Eye Of IrmaWhen everyone else is driving away from severe weather, an Illinois man is driving toward it.
Medical Students Who Survived Irma's Wrath On St. Martin Arrive In ChicagoIrma hit the island as a Category 5 storm last week, destroying buildings, and leaving hundreds of Americans stranded.
For Some Chicagoans In Florida, Surviving Irma "Makes Us A Little Bit Stronger"Former Chicagoan Roger Germann, who moved to Tampa a month ago, joked the experience was a “rude welcoming” to Florida.
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.
ComEd Crews Head To Florida To Help With Irma Recovery EffortsCaravans of ComEd crews are headed to Florida to provide assistance and power restoration to those impacted by Hurricane Irma.
Salvation Army Offering Emergency Disaster Training for Harvey, IrmaThe Salvation Army is offering volunteer Emergency Disaster Training for those interested in helping relief efforts for Harvey and Irma.
Hurricane Preparedness ChecklistAre you prepared to evacuate in an emergency?
Hurricane Irma: Five Things We Know TodayHere are five things we know about Irma, as of Sunday morning.
Illinois Offers Assistance To Current, Future Irma VictimsGov. Bruce Rauner says 800 National Guard personnel are being dispatched to Florida.
Hurricane Irma: Five Things We Know TodayHere are five things we know about Irma, as of Saturday morning.
Chicago Man To Host Hurricane Irma Relief DriveMany Floridians are feeling helpless in Chicago as they watch Hurricane Irma approach their home state in full force.
Chicago's Latino Community Concerned About Both Natural DisastersThe devastation from Hurricane Irma is part of a one-two punch being felt by Chicago's Latino community.
Evacuees Flood Airports To Escape Irma, But Some Still Flying Into Storm ZoneTime is ticking for travel between Chicago and Florida before Hurricane Irma hits the U.S.
Hurricane Irma: Five Things We Know TodayIrma is one of the strongest hurricanes ever in the Atlantic and is on a collision course with South Florida.