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Hurricane Michael hit land early Wednesday afternoon, potentially effecting the algae that produces red tide. However, experts are uncertain if it will make it better or worse.
The category 4 storm wreaked havoc on the Florida Panhandle Wednesday, hitting the state as the third most powerful ever to make landfall on the mainland. At least two people were killed and the storm caused billions of dollars worth of property damage. Florida Governor Rick Scott described the devastation.
The devastating Category 4 storm leveled trees and homes on Wednesday.
Airlines canceled more than 300 flights in the Carolinas and Georgia on Thursday as a downgraded Tropical Storm Michael headed northeast. Charlotte had the most cancellations, according to FlightAware.com, a flight-tracking site.
Southern Company CEO Tom Fanning discusses how the electric company is working to help people in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.
As Hurricane Michael moves from Florida to Geogia and beyond, Poulton Associates CEO Craig Poulton discusses the potential insured and uninsured losses in the aftermath of the storm.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports from Panama City Beach, Florida on how the area is faring in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.
Hurricane Michael made landfall on Wednesday and left a path of destruction in its wake.
Farmers in northern Florida have been working overtime to protect crops and livestock as Hurricane Michael hits the coast near Panama City in what could be the most powerful storm ever recorded to strike the state's Panhandle region.
Victims of the massive hurricane are about to get a little more time to file their taxes. Here's what you should know.
Hurricane Michael's relatively steady path passes by the U.S. Gulf Coast refining hub and makes it easier for fuel distributors to plan for the aftermath.
NBC News's Jay Gray reports on Hurricane Michael making landfall from Panama City, Florida.
WMAQ's Kalee Dionne reports on Hurricane Michael's progression towards the coast.
WMAQ's Kalee Dionne reports on Hurricane Michael officially making landfall. The storm is in the top three of the most powerful storms to hit the continental United States.
Sandra Knight, former FEMA deputy administrator who was responsible for tracking floodplain mapping and hurricane damage, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss how she's tracking Hurricane Michael.
As Hurricane Michael rapidly approaches western Florida as a Category 4 storm, some of the nation's largest publicly traded hospital operators are working to mitigate the impact.