Lawmakers Ask FEMA For More Housing For Storm SurvivorsTwo U.S. senators and three congressmen are asking federal officials to bring recreational vehicles and mobile homes to the Florida Panhandle to help residents who lost their homes to Hurricane Michael.
Hurricane Michael Caused Heavy Losses For Panhandle FarmersHurricane Michael will cost Florida farmers an estimated $158 million because of damaged crops, including major damage sustained by cotton farmers.
Hurricane Michael Killed At Least 35 In Florida, 45 TotalThe death toll from historic Hurricane Michael continues to climb.
Pence Says Storm-Damaged Base Will Be RebuiltVice President Mike Pence on Thursday vowed reconstruction of Tyndall Air Force Base in Northwest Florida, after the facility took a direct hit from Hurricane Michael just over two weeks ago.
DUI Crash Kills 3 Men Repairing Power Lines Downed By HurricaneA drunk driver killed three utility workers on Wednesday evening in the Florida panhandle.
Miami-Dade Collecting Hurricane Relief Donations For Florida PanhandleMiami-Dade County still accepting hurricane relief donations for victims of Hurricane Michael in the Florida Panhandle.
Hurricane Michael Insurance Losses Climb To $1.25 BillionThe number of insurance claims stemming from Hurricane Michael has increased to nearly 100,000, with an estimated $1.25 billion in insured losses, according to data posted on the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation website.
Officials: Power In Florida Panhandle To Be Restored By Early NovemberThe recovery efforts following Hurricane Michael continue in Florida.
Toll Collections Resume After Hurricane MichaelToll collections returned to bridges and roads in Northwest Florida during the weekend after being temporarily halted because of Hurricane Michael.
FSU Panama City Campus To Reopen Next Week With electricity restored to all buildings, Florida State University said Monday it expects to reopen its hurricane-damaged Panama City campus next week.
Officials In Panhandle Make Changes To Voting After Hurricane MichaelHurricane Michael has altered previous election plans in the Florida panhandle. But officials are working around the impacts to preserve the integrity of the election. 
Candles, Flashlights, No AC In Florida's Hurricane ZoneWhen it comes to enduring a hurricane, surviving the actual storm is only part of the battle.
Florida Seeks To Bolster Tourism After Storm DamageVisit Florida is moving forward with a $9 million marketing plan to combat media reports and negative public perceptions about how much of the state remains in ruins from Hurricane Michael.
Missing Panhandle Woman's Body Recovered Amid Hurricane Michael RubbleA family can begin to grieve after officials confirmed Friday the death of a 79-year-old Florida woman who had been missing since Hurricane Michael left her Mexico Beach home in rubble.
Miami, Miami-Dade First Responders Return Home From PanhandleIt's a big day for families of some of South Florida's elite first responders.