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Watch: Friends welcome three-year-old back to school after Hurricane Dorian

Makai Simmons was welcomed by his classmates with warm hugs after he and his mother were stuck in the Bahamas due to Hurricane Dorian.

Hurricane survivors struggle to start new life in Bahamas

Dorian slammed into Great Abaco and Grand Bahama islands a week ago as one of the strongest Atlantic hurricanes ever, killing at least 44 people, with emergency workers saying they expect to find more victims.

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Hurricane Dorian: India extends $1 million relief package to Bahamas

The United Nations estimated 70,000 people were in immediate need of food, water and shelter on the islands.

As desperation rises, thousands in Bahamas flee Dorian's devastation

Aid groups rushed emergency help to the storm-ravaged islands, and officials warned a death toll of 43 was likely to spike higher as the number of missing among the archipelago nation's 400,000 residents becomes clear.

Hurricane Dorian: Death toll reaches 30, Bahamas survivors tell of children swept away

The death toll from Dorian stood at 30 on Thursday evening, officials told CNN, The final toll is expected to be much higher.

Hurricane Dorian: Florida man parks Smart car in kitchen so it won't blow away

Patrick Eldridge parked his smart car in his kitchen to protect it from Hurricane Dorian because he didn't want it to 'blow away' and to prove that he can park his car there.

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Hurricane Dorian could swamp the coast from Florida to Virginia

Hurricane Dorian, which caused widespread devastation in the Bahamas earlier in the week, was churning off the Florida coast on Wednesday, with residents along hundreds of miles of coastline warned of its potential for life-threatening storm surges and dangerous winds.

Hurricane Dorian: Massive evacuation on US East Coast as storm heads toward Florida

Nine counties in Florida have issued mandatory evacuation orders. They included parts of Duval County, which includes Jacksonville, one of Florida's two biggest cities, and some areas in Palm Beach County.

LiveHurricane Dorian LIVE UPDATES: 13,000 houses damaged as Category 5 storm batters Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian 2019 Live News Latest Updates: After days of nerve-wracking uncertainty surrounding the storm's path, the southeastern US states of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina finally ordered coastal residents to evacuate in a mass exodus set to affect hundreds of thousands of people, Reuters reported.

Tropical Storm Erick likely to grow into hurricane en route toward Hawaii

The latest advisory from the US National Hurricane Center put Erick's center at about 1,200 miles (1,945 km) east-southeast of Hawaii's Big Island, the easternmost edge of the US archipelago state, still too far away to pose any threat to land.

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Hurricane Michael: Aerial photos show destruction in Florida

The death toll from Michael’s destructive march from Florida to Virginia stood at 17, with just one confirmed death so far in this town of about 1,000 people that took a direct hit from the hurricane and its 155 mph (250 kph) winds last week

Hurricane Florence weakens to Category 1 storm

A view of Hurricane Florence is shown churning in the Atlantic Ocean in a west, north-westerly direction heading for the eastern coastline of the United States taken by cameras outside the International Space Station

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Hurricane Nate makes landfall in US after wrecking havoc in Central America

Hurricane Nate slammed into the Mississippi coast on Sunday with powerful winds and torrential rains that flooded streets and highways. Hurricane Nate killed at least 30 people in Central America before entering the US, reports Reuters.

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina: Then and Now

Hurricane Katrina’s wrath and rebuilding marked on 10th anniversary.

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Meet the residents of a small town who stay back as Hurricane Florence comes their way

Carolina Beach in North California is a small oceanfront town that could be right in the hurricane’s path. Many residents left under a mandatory evacuation order. The New York Times met the few who stayed behind.

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